Wedding Sarees are the most integral part of Indian traditional marriage. Be it a South Indian custom wedding or a Bengali traditional marriage or any other part of India the events are spectacular ones every time. However the whole celebrations are incomplete without flaunting the gorgeous side with some heavy work Kanchipuram or a Chiffon saree with zardousi work all over. Indian marriages are the spectacular one and the chain of events and their concepts are added a touch of charisma with the different varieties of wedding sarees.
Selective Ranges for the Engagement Ceremony:
The engagement marks the beginning of grand union of two hearts witnessed by several family members and guests. As two people exchange rings and vows, there is an intense urge to dress up beautifully. Some of the best options for this occasion are materials such as chiffon, georgette, or a South Indian silk saree preferably a Kanchipattu can be a suitable option. For a simple look a pleated Ulta Pallu dressing style can be tried. But if you are ready with a designer blouse with three quarter sleeves or semi transparent full sleeves then the ulta pallu pattern will be the best choice.
The Haldi Ceremony in the Morning:
Haldi is an important event generally followed in the morning on the wedding day. Brides are generally dressed in yellow saree or white dresses. The procedure is followed by women taking part in the ritual and applying a paste of turmeric mixed with several herbal skin care ingredients that is believed to enhance the glow of the skin to make her look more gorgeous than ever. Single pleated Ulta Pallu saree draping can be tried during this occasion.
The Wedding Event Collections:
The brides, dress in heavy work bridal dresses for the wedding event. Red is the prime choice for the majority of people however the other dark color combinations can also be tried. While many wear Ghagra Cholis but the craze for sarees never seems to fade away. Eyeing this fact, the manufacturers are now introducing the lehenga series that are not only easy to wear but are featured with heavy zari work, using zardousi patterns, kundan work, sequins and much more. The zardousi work is done with different materials including chiffon, georgette etc. The South Indian brides mainly dress in white saree having very stunning red borders with exquisite zari embroidery to bestow the best look ever.
The stone studded sarees have fabulous designs and bestow a gorgeous look to the bride. The Kundan works are very heavy and dense in look and are made to match the stone studded jewelry. It involves the use of golden wires and stones for the embroidery purpose. Once the work is completed, the sarees are sent for polishing to provide luster you desire. The zardousi work is done in different patterns with heavy work or simple patch works are also seen having stones, mirrors, sequins etc.
Experimenting Patterns for the Reception Function:
There is enough scope for trying out different types of sarees and color combinations for the reception party. One of the best choices for the brides is the Lehenga sarees. The lehenga sarees are also worn in Gujarati style. The brides who are tall can select from bi color ones. However single color options are readily available.