Indian brides are always on the search of the perfect outfit for their wedding day and other ceremonies which are important for her. As per Indian rituals, a bride will have multiple outfits of the same day from morning pujas, pheras and an after party or a wedding reception. A bride will need to find something which is in trend and also that will make a statement for her in her own suitable clothes she decides to wear.
Traditional Silk Bridal Saree Designs
Traditionally women chose saree for bridal wear, and these are still options for Indian brides especially those from the southern part of India. Wearing Traditional bridal saree like Kanjivaram, Banarasi saree, Baluchari bridal saree or a Gujarati Patola saree is still a top trend with a mixture of traditional motifs and new pattern designs of weavings for bridal saree. Whether you are choosing a Gold Banarasi or Gold Kanjeevaram saree for your Bridal wear reception party or choose a traditional heavy work bandhani in silk for your pheras, these are all time favourite designs for a bridal wear for today.
Modern Bridal Saree Designs
Today brides also prefer to dress more simple and elegant, instead of wearing a traditional saree. Sarees like a white bridal saree for brides who choose to dress subtle would find sarees in white silk or white net & georgette embroidered sarees.
The sarees for a modern bride can be different in colors like pastels and tints of hues. Fabrics which are more of party wear are opted for the wedding day making it more of a statement than a traditional look. Pure silk saris with weave motifs scattered around and a border which has embellished concepts is also what today’s brides prefer to wear. The themes of wedding bridal sarees designs also depends on the choices of a modern bride, which may also be in dark hues of wines, pinks, maroon or even bottle green. Bandhani silk bridal sarees are more of a traditional version but the weave patterns and added embroideries make it acceptable for new generations
Traditional Bridal Lehenga Designs
Unlike the saris in this style, traditional lehengas are not worn just in the same way as the previous era. They are more in the reviving and remaking version of wearing your mother’s lehenga or your legendary lehenga passed on from generations. Bridal lehengas in a traditional style are those which are in originating embroidery of those states and depicts the same culture or may have specific colors like white in a Gujarati Bridal lehenga.
Wearing old family tradition lehenga with reviving them just like what recently Isha Ambani had done, using her Mother’s Wedding Saree panel as a part of her lehenga Dupatta. Also seen Kareena Kapoor wearing her Mother-in-law’s sharara for her wedding ceremony which was again revived by the same designer.
Wearing the same styles rich in culture like wearing a Rajasthani heavy ghagra choli in gotta work or a phulkari embellished dupatta for punjabi brides or wearing a sharara style lehenga for a pakistani bride is all about adding a modern twist to traditional outfits for their own marriage functions.
Modern Bridal Lehenga Designs
The modern style in designs for bridal lehenga cholis are not just in fabric and patterns but also some loud and exceptional colors are being now worn like white wedding lehenga or a blue hue. These colors are worn by brides for their receptions or sangeet and mehndi. They are equally stylish and important for an Indian bride to choose as for her big day.
Choose net lehengas and georgette bridal lehenga choli this year, they may be in flared layer style or in pleated flared styles. Minimal work style which may have small motifs all over lehenga and a heavy choli are also in trend. Wearing a Peplum Choli or a embroidered Jacket over your choli for a bride’s look is also what can be chosen this year.
There is no exceptions when it comes to embroideries in trend for a bridal lehenga, but Lucknowi lehenga designs and zardosi work lehenga designs are most trending styles for brides. The Velvet lehenga for a bride is still something you can experiment for the winter weddings and of course the floral printed organza silk lehenga for summer weddings.