Satya Jewelry Bridal Collection

Trend Watch: Indian Boho Jewelry – East Meets West

February 27, 2020

H&M is launching a collection with Indian Bridal designer Sabyasachi. You might know him as the designer that dressed Priyanka Chopra for her ceremony. Much like Priyanka Chopra, blended weddings that fuse multiple cultures are on the rise. Each partner wants to bring their background into their wedding and jewelry is one way to do so.

Building upon its heritage of love-infused and Indian-inspired designs, Satya Jewelry announces its first ever Satya Bridal Collection, a homage to the splendor of traditional Vedic weddings of India blended with the beauty of weddings in the West. Rendered in sterling silver and 18k gold plate, each style in the collection seeks to blend both Eastern and Western aesthetics into something at once fresh and timeless. Divine Love is celebrated with a never-seen-before pendant of Radha and Krishna, the feminine and masculine Hindu deities who share a sacred soul connection.

Lotus flowers—symbol of new beginnings—figure prominently throughout, signifying the commencement of a couple’s unified journey. Pearl accents on necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings reflect the stone’s traditional bridal history while celebrating its renown of beauty and foresight. Blue topaz hints at the “something blue” tradition, while white topaz celebrates individuality; rose quartz dangles delicately from traditional jhumka—or bell-shaped—earrings, imparting unconditional love to its wearer. Bangle sets in silver and gold deliver the music of a joyful heart with every flick of the wrist; delicate new designs reminiscent of Art Deco add a decidedly romantic feel. With each piece in the Satya Bridal Collection, a blessed unity is honored; the beauty of devotion is revered. In giving our heart to another, we discover our highest calling: to give love. To receive love. To be love.

Visit the Satya Jewelry website to shop their beautiful jewelry that blends Indian Boho styles to the style we’re seeing in the United States.