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7 Stunning Matha-Pattis for the Indian Bride!

7 Stunning Matha-Pattis for the Indian Bride!

Believe me, the struggle is real – to pick a maang tikka or a matha-patti? It is honestly a personal preference combined with what looks best with your bridal lehenga or your overall look. And personally, I would pick a matha-patti. So, if you are someone like me who loves matha-pattis, here are 7 brides who floored us with breathtaking choices:


Emerald Calling!


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Green will always be a good choice in terms of jewellery when it comes to accessorising your red bridal lehenga. For example, this bride paired her lehenga with a beautiful kundan matha-patti with rice pearls and emerald drops.


Hint of Pink


Image Source: Divine Mantra


In terms of a pink option to adorn your forehead, I would suggest going for a gold matha-patti which has subtle tones of pink. That way, your lehenga/sari will not be overpowered by a piece of jewellery.


Dual Tones


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This is yet another beautiful kundan encrusted matha-patti. The red and green stones with rice pearls add a colourful and traditional touch to the accessory.


Going Silver


Image Source: Prashant Kumar Photography


Wow. Rather than going with the more popular choice of gold for her bridal jewellery, this bride went ahead and stunned everyone in silver. Her matha-patti is studded with intricate kundan work detailing and is definitely making a statement.


The Ruby Drop


Image Source: Jyoti Bhaya


This one is for the pastel-loving br ide. A stunning kundan matha-patti with ruby drops makes its point with its minimalism. 


Making a Statement



Image Source: Nizanta


Another statement matha-patti that took my breath away. It is so elegant and royal-looking with the Borla and chandbali, attached with the patti on either side sporting intricate kundan work. 


Layering It Up


Image Source: Journeys by Vivek


This multi-tiered maatha-tika with Goddess Lakshmi motifs is great when the dupatta does not cover the entire head and lets the accessory stand out.


Hope these matha-pattis help you find the perfect one!

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