Indian bridal sarees have sentimental value. Every Indian very lovingly preserves her wedding saree for the next generation. Indeed, unique designs, exclusive materials and textures form the core of the very special saree. Here, we shall assist you in selecting the best saree for you.
Selecting the Texture
To start with a bride should decide what type of saree she wants to wear. She can select silk, chiffon, georgette, crepe, net embellished with velvet and kantha stitch. All these sarees including the kantha stitch sarees are beautifully decorated with heavy and complex resham embroidery, brocade, colored stones, sequins, zardosi threads, corals and pearls, and diamante. Silk sarees are generally embellished with gold threads. Selecting the texture is the very first step in purchasing the best bridal saree available to you.
Designs and motifs
Nowadays, geometric patterns are quite popular. For brides looking for conventional look on the wedding day can choose designs such as deer, elephants, rabbits, parrots, peacocks, flowers and paisley patterns that are loved in North Indian embroidered wedding sarees and silk sarees. Another popular option comprise of scenes from ancient epics. For the contemporary Indian bride, designs with crystals or diamonds can also be considered.
Changing the color options
Women no longer want to stick to red as the color of the bridal saree. This season the popular options in color comprise of mango, pink, magenta, mauve, blue turquoise, and sea green. Other color combinations comprise of green and red, purple and baby pink, gold and rust, gold and light blue are truly popular and coveted. If the saree is quite heavy, decorated and accessorized well, then the saree is worth wearing on the special day.
Bridal designer saree
With more and more people looking at having a big fat Indian wedding; more and more brides are commissioning designers to better their wedding sarees. There are many reputed fashion designers in India that offers the best possible Indian bridal sarees. The benefits of having a designer for your bridal saree are that they will personalize the saree according to your body type, height and complexion.
Saree Blouse for the bride
The choli or blouse of the saree is as vital as the pallu of the saree. The embellishment, cut and fitting on the blouse declares whether your wedding saree is not up to the mark. Generally, the complex embroidery with zardosi work and stones are done on the bridal blouses. Most of the wedding sarees have a bridal unstitched blouse attached with the saree.