• Which types of bridal jewellery do I need?
  • How can I give them an exotic feel for my wedding abroad?
  • What should I keep in mind when I buy themed diamonds?

Getting married abroad makes for an unforgettable and once in a lifetime experience. Whether you are only taking the trip to get married or you have moved abroad permanently, incorporating local traditions into your big day ads heaps of charm. How can I pick the right jewellery for my exotic wedding day? Where can I buy diamonds to match my overall theme?

Which types of bridal jewellery do I need?

Depending on where you are getting married, you can either opt to submerge your entire wedding into the local culture or incorporate the exotic atmosphere into the details. Depending on which you choose, your bridal jewellery will look entirely different. For instance, getting married in India means you will not only have to buy diamonds, but a plethora of gold jewellery. Indian jewellery carries great symbolic value and is probably best worn by brides who understand them and want to take part in Indian wedding tradition.

Not only Indian culture adorns brides with auspicious traditional jewellery. Celtic cultures often add mystical and religious markings and symbols to their wedding jewellery. Hawaiian jewellery does not draw from religion, but rather from their reverence of nature. Nature-themed jewellery is a must.

How can I give them an exotic feel for my wedding abroad?

Do you just want the Indian feel without all of the symbolism? Toning it down with the right elements can give you exactly what you need. Buy diamonds set in yellow gold and choose a warm colour dress such as red for the perfect and exotic Indian feel. Celtic jewellery is often intricate with many soft lines and curves, mostly set in white gold or platinum. Find jewellery with intricate details and opt to buy diamonds that serve the whole of the piece, and are not the centre of attention.

Hawaiian jewellery might be slightly easier to incorporate into your wedding since natural elements are the most important part. As with the Celtic feel, make sure the diamond serves the whole instead of stealing the spotlight. Buy diamonds in more abstract flowing natural jewellery or choose more direct interpretations of the sun and nature.

What should I keep in mind when I buy themed diamonds?

As with any piece of jewellery, it is important to try and choose jewellery you will want to wear for the rest of your life. Staying in theme can be very important on your wedding day, but make sure your timeless diamond jewellery is completely after your own taste. Not only will you love wearing them the day of, you will keep loving them. A great option allowing you to match your theme but pick subtle jewellery, is to adapt to the weather at your location wedding. Pick rose gold or yellow gold finishes for a sunny wedding, white gold and platinum for a wintery feel.

Where can I find the perfect jewellery for my exotic wedding? Contact your diamond jewellery experts at BAUNAT for the perfect exotic bridal set.

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