1. Make sure you have your wedding outfit first –
it is so important that your jewellery goes with your wedding outfit. Not to
make jewellery seem less important – but the first thing that anyone sees on a
bride is her outfit. So once you have purchased this you can then decide on
jewellery to compliment it. We can provide free advice and consultation for you
2. Neckline – how deep is your neckline of your
outfit top? Is it a round neckline, a square or high neck. This can really
influence your necklace design. Juzba can create customised creations to suit
your neckline – if you have a specific requirement.
3. Hair accessory – This is so on-trend right now
and it is probably the next thing that can be seen from a distance on a bride –
so be sure to select the most suitable hair accessory and there are so many to
choose from – tikka, matha patti, jhoomer, borla, bun jewels, south Indian hair
4. Base metal colour – it is important that this
matches your outfit. So you can choose between silver, gold, antique gold,
vintage silver, bronze.
5. Nose rings – again these are so on-trend. We
give you so much choice whether it’s a mini nose ring (tiny hoop) or a nathni (dangly
nose stud) or a large traditional nath. Go for something you feel comfortable
wearing and select based on what you feel will suit your face. We are more than
happy to provide advice and make recommendations for you.
6. Ready-made or customised? Well – with Juzba you
are lucky enough to choose from readymade jewels or if you can’t find anything
that goes with your outfit/requirement – we can customise. And you’ll really be
pleasantly surprised at the costs as our prices are so competitive. Our
customised creations take 4-5 weeks. We provide you with a design template to
approve first before we proceed production so that you have complete piece of
7. You can choose as many items for your wedding
day as you wish. Sometimes a few statement jewels are best – especially if you
have a very heavily embroidered outfit. If your outfit is more simple you may
wish to jazz it up with lots of jewels. You have the choice of so many pieces from
necklace, earrings, hair accessories, nose rings, hand panjas, waist belt,
armlet, anklets and bangles.
8. Whatever jewellery you choose, make sure that
you will feel content and comfortable wearing it.
9. Traditional or contemporary? This depends purely
upon individual preference and ofcourse the style of your outfit.
10. Kundan, polki, ari…what does it all mean? We can
help you decipher the different types of Indian jewellery available and offer
advice on what would be best for you.