Things you missed about Deepika’s Wedding Jewelry! Specially that MASSIVE Ring!

By Ridhima Arora | November 20, 2018



We were totally mesmerized by Deepika Padukone’s traditional bridal look for her both South Indian as well as the North Indian wedding. Even though she got married in Italy but she still maintained her traditional Indian bridal look. The pictures released by them couldn’t give us the look of her entire outfits but her jewelry totally got into spotlight. Here are some details of her beautiful wedding jewels!

Let’s get started with that huge ring on her finger.

This ring has an absolute ability to shine from miles of distance. That ring is a 3-stone or 5-stone Emerald cut solitaire ring set in platinum that must be nearly 1 Cr!

 

First was her Konkani Wedding… being a South Indian bride, Deepika wore traditional heavy temple jewelry.

These breathtaking pieces were by Sabyasachi and Deepika wore with golden dangling jhumkas, layers of necklaces and a beautiful traditional mathapatti that made her look like a goddess!

Her North Indian look was spectacular and the key highlight of her look was her personalized dupatta as it had the words ‘Sada Saubhagyavati Bhavah’ embroidered on the border.

The jewelry for this look was also by Sabyasachi. She wore polki jewelry with an elaborate statement maangtikka and a simple but massive Nath! Deepika also wore traditional red chura and kaleere by Ra Abta by Rahul that made her a typical Sindhi Bride…

This is all we know till now… still awaiting more pictures from the wedding just like you all!


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Ridhima Arora

Ridhima is a wedding planning enthusiast who is obsessed with vibrant colors and decor. She takes keen interest in beautifying spaces and people with her knowledge about latest trends in the fashion world.

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