Indian Bridal Wear

The Indian wedding is a vibrant and elaborate affair with the blushing bride being the cynosure of the ceremony.  The Indian bride has a variety of Indian bridal wear options to shimmer, sparkle and glow as she drapes herself in the choicest of embroidered fabrics along with elegant pieces of jewellery. Conventionally, the Indian Bridal Wear is synonymous with the Sari, Ghagra Choli and Lehenga.

Now days, Indian Bridal Wear has a lot of embroidery and embellishments done on them. They come in various varieties and styles. Zari, sequence, embroidery, zardosi, organza, cut work, mirror work, patchwork, pearl work, kasab, kundan, are all diverse kinds of work, which are available in sari. Although the styles and embroidery of Indian Bridal saris have changed, they have become much trendier and light. Earlier much more heavy work was used, while now the style is rich as well as sleek and light in fabric.
India being a country with diverse cultures and region boasts of a unique wedding style replete with their regional specialities and diverse rituals.

Regional Bridal Sarees:


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 combinations and prints. Kanjivaram silk is the typical South-Indian Bridal dress.






Kashmiri embroidered bridal wear sarees have a very elegant look and get up. Its exquisitely woven embroidery, very popular with the Marwaari community, gives a graceful look.






The bridal sari is always beautified with awesome embroidery and embellishment work like zari, organza, zardosy, sequins, cut work, mirror work, pearl work, kasab, kundan work etc.






Bridal sarees from Rajasthan encompass elaborate embroidered sarees in vibrant shades. Designs can be ethnic or modern.






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, and the exquisite mirror, sequins, kundan, zari, gota work etc. add to the charisma.

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