Jewellery has always fascinated the women and when it comes to their weddings it’s an opportunity to choose nothing but the best. These adornments help them to get the majestic look they have yearned. Bridal Jewellery not only adorns her bridal attire, but it also enhances her beauty. Apart from the normal studs and neckpieces, there are some more stunning styles of jewellery that bride often wear on her wedding day such as haathphool, kamarbandh, anklets, bangles, kaleere etc. Whatever choice of jewellery, brides love to wear, the main thing that has been grabbing our attention these days are the hair embellishments, especially Matha Pattis.
Matha Pattis was a part of Indian Wedding Adornments , for quite a long time until the mang tikkas took over. Matha Pattis have made a major comeback lately and the brides have been very swift in not just adopting but selecting never before seen Matha Patti style.
Here are some brides who wore the most dazzling matha pattis on their wedding.
The Delicate Pearls and Polki One!
This bride looks glamorous in this three-layered matha Patti with a chain embedded in pearls and polki blend. The pearl stringed Matha Patti includes a bit of dramatization and runs well with a thick choker neckband and slick embellishments.
Single string Matha Patti!
This single string Matha Patti with Ajna chakra in the centre and little drops along the length of the chain is simple yet trendy and make for really pretty stunning maang tikka!
The Alluring Matha Patti!
We really wish to sneak peek into this photograph for a while, the beautiful Matha Patti and the bride’s magnificence is grabbing our attention! The broad headband studded with kundan gems and numerous gold dipped leaves on the front with tiny white beads complimenting the look is the Nath in a similar design.
The Ornate Kundans!
We adore this bride for her magnificence as well as that stunning piece of jewellery that she’s picked, looks like the Matha Patti and the bride are made for each other! The pear-shaped centre of the Matha Patti with maroon /red pearl drop just over the bindi gives her face that charming look.
All in Gold!
This gold matha Patti design is a mix of conventional and contemporary aesthetics that will suit with all types of lehengas as a bridal attire!
The Double-Layered Matha Patti!
This double layered golden matha Patti style looks amazingly stylish along with the necklace and earrings. Regardless of whether you are going for a heavily embroidered lehenga or a basic one, these matha Patti are a classic choice.
The Ghungroo Fascination!
Do you love Ghungroos? These are now seen embedded in every adornment whether its Punjabi jutti, kaleeres or latkans in the suit. You can get inspired by this bride who has cunningly tried to embed these small ghungroos in her matha patti which simply suits her face as well her bridal look.
Elaborate matha Patti!
This bride wore a broad Green Kundan work matha Patti and looked very beautiful. Green and Red Stones particularly have caught the attention of Indian Brides and they are surprisingly pairing them with different color lehenga and not just red coloured lehenga.
The Temple Jewellery Matha Patti!
Temple Jewellery has been a big hit with brides. This bride wore it in the smartest way possible. She has opted for a traditional temple Matha Patti and paired it up with the Saath Ladaa and Choker. This twisted combination looked astonishingly beautiful making the bride look like traditional yet modern
The bindi- tasseled elegance!
This tasseled bindi matha Patti will match any hairdo, its intricate design an appreciated adornment. The round bindi in the center is a beautiful point of focus.
The Layered Saga!
This bride looks not as much as a princess in the double matha Patti that has an extensive adjusted component in the center. The colors supplement the pastel tones in her outfit. The pearl chains alongside the fundamental element give the bride that excellent, refined look.
Flora and Fauna Inspired Matha Patti!
Floral matha Pattis has been trending for a long time now, with brides wearing real or artificial flowers in it. They are a perfect choice for your pre-wedding ceremonies like haldi & mehndi. We love this bride’s multi-layered floral tikka with a wide flower in the center and the chains embellished gold leaves with for her pre-wedding function.
360 Degree Headpiece/Matthappati!
This is one of a kind Matha Patti. It’s perfect for a reception look or for the Saree Look on your wedding day. The Beauty of this one is that it works as a hair accessory as well as a matha Patti.
Another style of double-layer!
This golden matha Patti is slightly different from others. As on this bride, it can be seen that the double layering is on the head and it will surely add a uniqueness to your entrance.