Forget something borrowed, something blue – this bride went all out with diamonds galore!

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Anisha Rosnah had the ultimate fairy-tale wedding – and she had the jewels to match. The stunning bride married Prince Mateen of Brunei in a 10-day extravaganza that left everyone breathless. For the bersanding (or reception), the moment when they officially became husband and wife, Anisha rocked some of the most amazing bling ever seen.

Brunei is one of the wealthiest nations in the world, so you can bet that the royal jewels are nothing short of spectacular. Anisha wore a gorgeous white gown with eye-catching diamond earrings and a rivière diamond necklace. The necklace looked a lot like the one Princess Fadzilah wore for her wedding in 2022, but with a different pendant. Anisha also carried one of the royal family’s diamond bouquets. These are a tradition that dates back to the 1990s, and every bride in the extended family gets to use one.

But the crowning glory of Anisha’s look was the diamond tiara. This was a custom-made masterpiece by Flower Diamond, a Singaporean jeweller that specialises in bespoke creations. The tiara cost a whopping £10 million and took eight months to make. It has 838 diamonds that weigh 132 carats in total, all set in white gold. Flower Diamond was founded by Belinda Chua in 1996, and she was thrilled to be part of the royal wedding. She posted on Instagram: ‘We appreciate the privilege of being part of your special day and sharing in the joyous celebration. It’s truly an honour for us to design and craft the royal tiara worn on this meaningful and commemorative occasion.’

The tiara also has a hidden meaning behind its design. It features ocean waves, which could represent Brunei’s location on the island of Borneo, and a crescent, which is a symbol of Islam.

After the ceremony, Anisha changed into a sparkling Zuhair Murad gown for the banquet. She also swapped her tiara for Queen Saleha’s, the first wife of the Sultan. This tiara is a classic piece that has been worn by many of Brunei’s royal brides, including Princess Fadzilah in 2022.

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