4 famous couples who declared their love with incredibly luxurious personalised jewellery
Love that's nothing but bespoke
Flowers? Teddy bears? Love in the 21st century refuses to be moulded into these run-of-the-mill ideas, and if you think your romance is unique, think again. Modern love is turning out to be all about customisation. And no, we’re not talking about DIY cards or photo albums (but if you’re into it, go all out). We’re talking bespoke luxury, where your declarations of love are crystalised in the form of personalised jewellery , symbolic of your passionate relationship that’s like no other.
Take it from Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, who designed her own mangalsutra which incorporates symbols of her and husband Anand’s zodiac signs. New couple Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, too, have committed their love to each other through purity rings, meant to serve as a sign of chastity. Time to put on your thinking caps and get to work, ladies.
4 celebrities who professed their love with personalised jewellery:
Sonam's mangalsutra was designed by the actor herself, and she got fine jewellery designer, Usheeta Rawtani, to create a mangalsutra which incorporated symbols of her and Anand's zodiac signs — hers being Gemini and his, Leo — which are completed by a single solitaire in the centre.
Picture courtesy: @sheeta.devnani.rawtani/Instagram
Nick, along with his brothers Joe and Kevin, made a teenage pact back in 2008 to remain pure till their marriage, symbolised through the trio wearing similar purity rings. So we're guessing it must have been Nick's idea to get matching rings for Priyanka and himself that signified their promise of staying loyal to each other...
Months before Prince Harry popped the question to the now Duchess of Sussex, Meghan was photographed wearing a gold ring emblazoned with the initial 'H' on it. She was once also spotted wearing a designer necklace from Maya Brenner strung with an 'M' and an 'H'. And for the ultimate wedding ring, Prince Harry went all out to design a gold ring that features three special diamonds — one from Botswana, a place where the couple once holidayed, and two from his mother Princess Diana's personal collection.
Picture courtesy: @kensingtonroyal/Instagram
Though it was Ranbir's sister, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, who gave Alia a minimal gold bracelet from her eponymous line of fine jewellery, it was probably Ranbir who prompted his sister to create a bespoke piece for his lover.