Indian Bridal Sarees – The Dearest Ensemble of Your Life


bridal sareesWearing Indian Bridal Sarees imparts an air of sensuality and sophistication, which best describes the mood it may give to those who wears and beholds them. With the rich array of accessories to underline a saree, the wearer’s splendor will surely radiate from within. Prized moments like uniting in wedlock call for precious Indian sarees that blend together a treasure of inventive designs, faultless artistry, and a varied culture. Marriages are made in heaven, as believed by many. But apparels for marriages are made very much by human beings and the more hand-work is borne by the saree the more wanted it becomes.

Indian Bridal Wear in nearly all parts of India are lavishly embroidered with eminent end stitching, beads and progression work. Full of artistic work, Indian Bridal Saree is more than a saree to women as that moment of love breathes in it. The basic colour of bridal sari is red that gives a different look to the bride that day. Red sari is regarded as propitious because it has numerous emotional, sexual and fertility-related qualities.

The Bridal sari has been beautified with awesome stitching and ornamentation on the fabric like Zari work, embroidery work, organza work, zardosy work, cut work, mirrors, patchwork, sequins work, pearl work, kasab work, kundans, silver aari work, tikki work, coin work, heavy naksh work, antique work and stone work. The blouse worn along with it is equally gorgeous.

Indian Bridal saris come in different fabrics from cotton to silk, from georgettes to crapes. There is no limit as far as variety is concerned in Indian bridal saris. This is because every part of India manufactures its own a typical style in terms of the weaves, embroidery and fabric.

Silk sarees are the favored choice of most Indian brides. Smooth and rich, the silk fabric is the wedding sari that is found in rich colors making them a feast for the eyes. Indian bridal sarees are also made on fabrics like satin, crepe, chiffon etc. the sari can be embroidered on the border and pallav or a particular type of a design can be used to enhance the sari in whole.

Some of the options of Indian bridal saris are:

 Banarasi sarees are the most popular Indian bridal dress. They have fine, hand woven exquisite zari work.
 Rich Mysore silk sarees or pure Kanjivaram sarees can be selected in a variety of color mishmashes and prints. Kanjivaram silk is the classic South-Indian Bridal dress.
 Kashmiri embroidered bridal wear sarees have a very graceful look and get up. Its delicately woven embroidery, very popular with the Marwaari community, gives a charming look.
 Bridal sarees from Rajasthan takes in elaborate embroidered sarees in vivacious shades. Designs can be ethnic or contemporary.

A dazzling variety of tie & dye bridal sarees with the use of rich embroidery and embellishment work are also available. The bandhej sarees give the enchanting color of happiness, Italian crepe block printed sarees, leheriya georgette bridal sari, silk gharchola bridal sari are the other famed designer bridal sarees. The gharchola sarees are mostly in red or maroon. The border-work is wide with heavy needle-work, stones, mirrors, beads, zari and sequins. It bears the heritage of the previous generations when red and maroon were the only auspicious colors. There is also the Panetar sari. These are usually white or beige-based silk with bright red or maroon with light embroidered border.

Any married lady’s most memorable, most treasured and most loved ensemble is her bridal saree, teamed with a perfect blouse! In-fact, more than just being a gorgeous outfit, Indian bridal wear makes moments most special.

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