Bridal Mathapatti Designs an Indian Bride Must See for Stunning Look!
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Bridal Mathapatti Designs | Indian Bride Must See for Stunning Look!

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A great Indian wedding consists of a stunning lehenga, intricate jewellery, enchanting decor and a joyful gathering.  For adding more grace to the wedding, the bride can go for the unique headbands called Mathapatti (an ornamented chain worn along the hairline) which come in many different styles. Bridal Mathapatti designs in south India are more popular. And today these Mathapatti traditions become the most exclusive jewellery

Most celebrities use mathapatti for enhancing their bridal look.

Anushka Sharma’s bridal look, with the most elegant Matha Patti

MATHAPATTI DESIGN WITH PEARL

Types of Mathapatti one should choose for a wedding:

1. KUNDAN BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

Kundan is the ideal bridal jewellery in India. For a warm and elegant look, a bride must use Kundan set for their wedding look. Kundan work is Indian gemstone jewellery and in India, this tradition is being worn for ages.

KUNDAN BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

2. GHUNGROO STYLE MATHAPATTI

For a gorgeous look with this ghungroo style, one can add pearls with this. The style majorly goes with the heavy bridal lehenga and enhances the look with the beautiful colours of ghungroo.

GHUNGROO STYLE MATHAPATTI

3. RAJPUTANA DESIGN

If you want to get a proper Rajasthani look use these mathapatti which are made out of a band that wraps around the crown of your head instead of around the hairline.

RAJPUTANA MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

4. FLORAL BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

In recent times, brides are preferring floral jewellery more for their Mehendi or Haldi ceremonies. With the beauty of the flower Matha Patti, the splendour of this ritual is merely multiplied.

FLORAL BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

5. HEAVY GOLDEN BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

The gold mathapatti design complements her dress’s soothing pastel colours and produces a bold bridal aesthetic.

 

HEAVY GOLDEN BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

6. ONE-SIDED MATHAPATTIS

These one-sided mathapatti are currently in trend. They assist in giving one side of your head a heavier, more medieval appearance

ONE SIDED MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

7. DOUBLE LAYERED MATHAPATTI

This double-stranded pearl mathapatti pattern is absolutely stunning and lovely.

DOUBLE LAYERED MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

8. MULTILAYERED MATHAPATTI

This multi-layered mathapattis will give your bridal appearance that extra touch of royalty.

MULTILAYERED MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

9. TAMILIAN STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

This is a very unique type of mathapatti. It is simply made in a way that makes for a lovely bridal jewellery set.

TAMILIAN STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

 

10. SIMPLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

These are the very basic mathapatti a bride can choose who likes to keep their wedding day modest and elegant.

SIMPLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

11. PEARL MATHAPATTI FOR BRIDES

The bride’s beauty is enhanced to the next level with pearl-based  Matha Pattis. Pearl jewellery is eye-catching and adds more grace to your wedding.

PEARL MATHAPATTI

12. AFGHAN-STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

These Afghan-style mathapatti gives the proper eastern look to the bride. The uniqueness about this jewellery is that they are handmade jewellery which adds more grace to the bride’s look.

AFGHAN-STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

 

13. MIX AND MATCH STYLE

With minimum jewellery and strings, this contrasting mathapatti design would add to the beauty of the bride. Kundan’s work and stone stand out unique to the crowd

MIX AND MATCH MATHAPATTI DESIGN

14. SINGLE/THIN CHAIN MATHAPATTI

These thin chain style mathapatti are in trend for the ceremony like Mehendi and Tel, these single-chain give a more elegant look to the bride and it is best for those who have a smaller forehead.

SINGLE/THIN CHAIN MATHAPATTI

15. THICK STYLE MATHAPATTI

For a royal look bride should go for this type of heavy mathapatti. These mathapatti give you a proper traditional look on your D-day. These thick mathapattis are for the bride who loves junk jewellery.

THICK STYLE MATHAPTTI

16. COMBINED LAYERED MATHAPATTI

This style is the combination of the thick and thin layer mathapatti. It gives the heavy look and a decent look at the same time to the bride.

COMBINED LAYERED MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

17. CHANDBALI MATHAPATTI DESIGN

The front part of this design is a moon-like structure which changes the bride’s look in many ways. This chandbali design is preferred by most brides for a stunning look.

CHANDBALI MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

18. TEARDROP STYLE MATHAPATTI

This mathapatti has a teardrop shape at the front part of the head and increases the grace with the dangling emerald. For brides who love their maangtika to belong and cover their mid-forehead part, this is the best suit for them.

TEARDROP STYLE MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

19. CROWN STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

A pattern like this in mathapatti attracts the crowd mostly and makes you the centre of attraction. This Crown style mathapatti is best for the bride who likes their jewellery OTT on their special day.

CROWN STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

 

20. BORLA STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

For a proper Rajasthani look bride use a Borla maangtika this headband consists of three layers which start from the mid of the head and give the stunning look to the bride. This Borla tradition is the best for those brides who wants an elegant ethnic look.

BORLA STYLE BRIDAL MATHAPATTI DESIGNS

Conclusion:-

So here are the top 20 unique designs of mathapatti a bride can wear on her D-day. Hope you have found what you were looking for. Do tell us in the comment section which design will you prefer for your D-day and suggest another topic which you want to be covered by us.

Vrinda Lashkary

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