Bridal Wedding Sarees
The height of fashion seems to be touching the sky almost every day. Women are opting for many unique colors for their wedding saris. This richness of colors and diversity of product range is only seen in India and among Indian Brides. Undoubtedly every girl goes an edge ahead to look absolutely stunning on her D-day. The traditional yet trendy color still symbols auspiciousness and good look to the new age bride. Wedding saris are available in vibrant colors like red, magenta, yellow and fabrics like silk, crepe, georgette etc. Embellished with lots of Indian embroideries like kundan, sequins, dabka, zari, gota patti, zardozi these wedding saris look amazing on the new brides to be.
A wedding dress is clothing that is worn by a bride during a wedding ceremony. Color, style and ceremonial importance of the attire depends upon the religion and culture of the wedding participants. We have now reaches a new century in which there is no denying to the fact that a wedding dress will carry the same importance but there will be alterations in style, fabric etc. With changing times, people seem to have grown out of the rigid views and conventional beliefs. A 21st century bride is offered infinite options from which she can select her wedding sari. Color such as red, maroon, magenta, pink have from time immemorial been very popular among the brides. Even today these colors have not lost their significance but at the same time many new colors like orange, fusia, turquoise blue etc are largely accepted by the people. These new and innovative color schemes are seen at the time of the weddings. However, within India it is observed that apart from the different styles of draping wedding saris, the colors also vary with cultures. For Instance, Bengali brides wear a sari with a maroon border while Christian brides wear white attire. But the punch line is that many uncommon yet trendy colors have flooded the market.
There are different styles of draping a wedding sari giving them a perfect look. India as we all know is a land of diversities and different cultures and religions has their own specialty in terms of food, language and also dressing habits. A bride from across the country looks absolutely different when she drapes her wedding sari.. Like Gujarati’s wear a sari with the “pallu” at the front while Punjabi’s take the “pallu” falling backwards. Furthermore, various different fabrics are today available for the masses at large. Some of the popular fabrics include Crepe, Chiffon, Georgette, Silk etc. Silk fabric is always found the top place in wedding saris. But these days other designer wedding saris are also available in different fabrics. All these dress materials are highly comfortable and can be worn with great ease. As far as the designs of the wedding saris are concerned, it ranges from mirror work to bandhej in all hues and colors. Heavy sequence work with embroidery on it is equally in style. These days girls even like to go in for a double shaded saree of various color combinations. A wedding sari looks more graceful when worn with accessories ranging from gold to diamond to platinum. In other words, for would be bride everything has to be in alignment with each other. Apart from a wedding Sari even a right blend of jewelry creates a powerful impact on the viewers.