Women love to wear some jewellery which will make them look good as well elegant, especially on the day of their wedding. They want to invest in some timeless pieces of jewellery that they will be able to keep to themselves for many long years and cherish the moments of that day. Kundan is on type of jewellery which can give the bride-to-be an elegant and classy look as well as they can wear them on any occasion they have to attend ahead.

Before you go to jewellery shop to buy the jewellery pieces you may think that why should you invest in kundan jewellery which is not inexpensive? Here are some of the reasons why you should have some classic pieces of kundan jewellery in your wardrobe or why you must wear them on the day of your wedding.

Royal Feel

The ideal way to get the royal look on the special day of your wedding is to get hold of some beautiful pieces of kundan jewellery for the occasion. It will definitely give that extraordinary and royal look which you always wanted to sport on the day. You may also get the princess like feel by wearing the jewellery pieces on the day. Try to buy jewellery pieces which complement your look and goes well with the wedding outfit you have got. You can always buy heavy kundan jewellery pieces which will give you that feel good factor on that day.


You may think that to buy kundan jewellery you have to exceed your budget, but you can still buy them with your set budget. Try to buy small amount of jewellery so that you can afford them or fit into your budget. Try to buy pieces from a reputed store always because then there will be less chance of robbery from you. You can also buy heavy jewellery made of kundan then you can keep the budget fixed for buying classic pieces of jewellery. Buy one necklace, a pair of earrings and a bracelet which will match with the wedding outfit.

Originating in the royal courts of Rajasthan and Gujarat, Kundan jewellery holds an important place in the list of traditional Indian gemstone jewellery. It is one of the most favoured bridal jewellery due to its expansive nature.

The versatile Kundan stones can be used in making elaborate designs as well the delicate articles as well. Kundan is the first choice of many brides. Watch some real brides embrace the shine of Kundan on their wedding day.

Few Different Styles of Bridal Kundan Jewellery:

·   Nothing could look as exquisite as the Kundan jewellery of these brides, courtesy their royal highness.

·   When Kundan is impeccably placed together by the artist, the most beautiful bridal choker is created.

·   A melange of Kundan and colours is all a bride needs to look beautiful on her D-day.

·   Kundan maintains its beauty and adds an element to others when paired with different ornaments.

·   Kundan maintains its beauty and adds an element to others when paired with different ornaments.

·   Kundan can make anything look royal without punching holes in your pockets. When teamed up with different ornaments like the ones made of diamond, polki and gold; Kundan helps them all to look more than just beautiful. 

If you are a bride-to-be and have been hunting for the perfect wedding outfits and jewellery, you surely must have heard about bridal Kundan jewellery. It is not the gold or diamond sets that are ruling the wedding circuit these days, but Kundan jewellery because of how gorgeous these jewellery pieces look.

The major reason for it getting so popular is that it gives you a royal look, which is the most trending look when it comes to weddings these days. Every bride wants to look like a princess on her big day and hence is switching towards Kundan jewellery sets. Moreover, it is the only kind of jewellery that matches with most lehengas and any embroidery, be it gold, silver or white.

An Elaborate Multi-layered Necklace with Emeralds

This example of bridal Kundan jewellery is the right choice for you. Starting as a choker, the necklace continues to have multiple layers with floral patterns. The lateral lines help in the bifurcation of the layers. The bottom layer has an inverted moon-shaped work with emeralds hanging from each one of them.

A Big Necklace with Continuous Kundan Work

A big necklace that works as your main piece of jewellery should be attractive in every sense. People should not be able to take their eyes off it once they see it. For that, a necklace with continuous work on it with no spacing is the best. It looks royal, plush and luxurious.

A Beautiful Choker with Pink Gemstones

Coming back to the elaborate designs, this beautiful choker necklace is designed around the pink gemstone. The pink stone makes the necklace ideal for those who are wearing a pink lehenga as their bridal attire. The multiple-layered finish on this bridal Kundan jewellery also gives you a royal look with its heaviness.

A Beautiful Choker with Green Gemstones

A choker and simple necklace with a tinge of green in the gold shells is enough if you are looking for a mix of a sober and luxurious look. For such a look, always go for smaller Kundan stones as it helps in creating finer designs and details. Smaller the designs are, more beautiful it looks.

A little history about the jewel

Now, what is kundan? Kundan is a distinct style where glass pieces are embedded in precious metal to create marvellous and absolute masterpieces. It gives the wearer a sense of royalty since it was in the royal courts that this style emerged in the beginning. It is believed that the origin of Kundan jewellery must have been in the royal courts of Gujarat and Rajasthan and it is a common belief held that it was promulgated in the courts of the Mughals. Mughals highly regarded the kundan jewellery and the skilled artisans were highly in demand. Kundan production is arduous as it requires various skilled craftsmen at various stages.


The Kundan necklace has been a phenomenon with brides since time immemorial. It is usually styled with another pair of necklaces, mostly with chokers or collar necklaces. Wearing this exquisite necklace not only lends a traditional appearance but a more sophisticated and elegant look.

The jewellery gets its name because of the excellent skilled craftsmanship encasing gemstones and glass in the base of pure metal like brass or copper. It has a difficult production process with involves enameling with various colours on the reverse of the jewellery with the designs on the front.