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Floral Jewellery

Embrace Nature’s Elegance with Floral Jewellery

In the past few years, the biggest game-changer has been floral jewellery for women. Who would have thought that flowers could also make the bride look beautiful? Well, almost no brides wear flower jewellery with their mehendi or haldi outfits these days. Not only do flowers smell nice and look beautiful, but they also help to lighten the load of those big wedding earrings and balis. Golekh International, indian jewelry wholesale introduce Floral Jewellery has a necklace set, earrings, rings, and bangles.

 

You can choose any kind of flower to dress up your wedding look, from lilies to orchards to marigolds. Indian wholesale jewelry manufacturers is best for your mehendi or haldi ceremony. You can wear floral jewellery from Golekh International for a pretty, gorgeous, and understandable look.

 

Floral Jewellery Wear Method

 

For the bows:

 

  • Cut the extra stem off some small flower buds to make beads.
  • String these together until you get the length you want for your necklace, maangtika, bracelets, etc. Hold on to the extra string on both sides.
  • You can make these flower buds in any colour you want.

 

To make the necklace:

 

  • Flip the crystal bead over. Put the little buds around it like a flower with a crystal in the middle.
  • Take blooms from a coloured flower and glue them behind the flower buds to make another layer. You can also do this with small leaves.

Make as many as you like to use as pendants, earring posts, or maangtika decorations. You can use crystals, flowers, etc., of different colours.

 

How to put it together

 

  • You can make the necklace as long as you want and add charm.
  • Put the earring hooks on the back of two trinkets, and your earrings are done. You can tie a line of buds to the bottom to make danglers.
  • You could also attach the pendant to the bottom of the string, which could make the string excessively heavy, in which case you’d need to attach multiple strings of buds.
  • Make a mangaka from the pendant and a bit of the string of buds. You can also make bracelets or rings with just a string of buds or a charm in the middle.

Make a finger ring by putting the charm on a simple ring. You can replace the charm with a larger flower, like a marigold or a sunflower.

 

When to wear

 

Some people may think that only brides or soon-to-be brides can wear floral jewellery to a wedding or other event related to a wedding, but this is not true. Anyone can wear floral jewellery. You can wear flower jewellery even if you are a bridesmaid, a friend of the bride, or a family member of the bride. Just make sure to do only a little. Make sure your jewellery designs are easy and that only a few flowers are in them.

The first ornament was made of flowers with names like “Shakuntala” and “Menaka” written on them. Fresh flower jewellery not only looks beautiful, but it is also very cheap and good for your face. New flower jewellery is the best way to look both stylish and beautiful. Try swapping out your usual gold jewellery for this unique, lightweight jewellery to show off your celestial side.

 

Different kinds of jewellery with flowers:

 

Floral jewellery comes in various styles and designs, so you may find exactly what you want. The typical set has a pair of earrings, a collar, a maang tikka, a bracelet, and anklets. But if you want something else, like a bar band, haathphool, or kamarband, you can always ask your necklace seller. You can even choose a floral dupatta if you want to be artistic and different.

Our Floral Range

Whatever the occasion, we've got a beautiful piece of jewellery for you.

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