Today in Bride’s essentials we are suggesting some fashionable designs of Aravanki/ Vanki or Bajubandh for coming wedding season. Bridal jewellery is never complete without the Vanki adorning the mehendi-clad hands of the stereotypical Indian bride. You can have a look at these beautiful Vanki designs for Telugu brides and get inspired to glam up.
We couldn’t stop from making this picture our first vaki picture ! The picture by Tanishq with caption: Flaming rubies placed upon a throne of solid gold, wrap elegantly around your arm. Isn’t this so true!
Temple jewellery with beautiful carvings make it look very regal .
The detailed work of Goddess Laxmi carvings make it look divine and give it a royal look.
Nothing beats a diamond or precious stones vanki . Adding pearl drops to it and it’s bound to look as beautiful as this.
Vaki with simple yet chic with stone work.
A vanki of the very original traditional design. For all its beauty, the traditional vanki is totally worth owning. A heavy stone embellishment on a traditional vanki can only make it look better.
Antique Vaki .
Lovely delicate designed vakis.
A simple clutch vanki with some colored stone work to match with the colour of your saree is a great choice for pre-wedding events.
Add grandeur to your otherwise simple clutch vanki with heavily studded stones and stone drops to go with the colour of your saree.
If all your jewellery has a lot of pearls in it, you can opt for such vakis.
When it comes to Vankis, peacock designs are our buttt favorite pick. And looking at these beautiful peacock vankis, we just know why.
Salute to these amazing jewellery designers who created this coolest style from the traditional designs. You can set off new fashion trends at weddings sporting these lovely Vanki.