Searching for your perfect Indian wedding look

Indian wedding is a big fat event which is famous all over the world for its big fat celebration. Everyone wants to look nice, pretty, and stylish but it’s really difficult to make the right choice of attire to achieve perfection in look on that very special occasion. On the wedding night, amongst the crowd of all invitees, the bride should have the heaviest look as everybody’s eye will be at her observing all dresses, jewelry and makeup worn by her.

In other words, your perfect Indian wedding look depends a lot on what clothes you are wearing at the special and auspicious occasion in your life. What are the best wedding attires for an Indian bride is a million dollar question for most of the brides. I have an answer here which you may find satisfactory for your query. In India, for a bride, sarees are the most chosen attire for her wedding occasion.

When a bride selects a Banarasi saree for her wedding she goes through the variety of Banarasi sarees and then makes her selection. There are Katan, georgette, brocade, tissue, korial, tassar and organza Banarasi sarees available in boutiques and prestigious showrooms. Tussar Banarasi is also a chosen one for its unique elegant look that is suitable for all ages. When the bride decides to wear traditional attire she can never go wrong with one age-old handloom of Banarasi. In India it is believed that a bride with Banarasi saree in her wedding trousseau will always rule like a queen in her home.

There are certain things need to be observed while choosing a Banarasi saree for a bride. The time of the ceremony is a very important factor for deciding the color of bride’s Banarasi saree. Normally women opt for red sarees but for morning wedding one can also choose colors like peach, powder blue, lime green on any other pastel shades. For evening ceremony the bride should go for a dark color like red, orange, rust, yellow etc.

A red banarasi is the most esteemed possession of a bride in her wedding. Indian wedding is incomplete without an antique heavy necklace, pretty Kundan earrings, traditional bangles, and maangtika. These are some must-have items that bride has to wear along with her banarasi saree.

Kanjivaram Saree

A marriage in South India can’t take place without a kanjivaram saree. Kanjivaram saree takes the pride of holding a supreme position in any wedding occasion of South India. These are made of traditionally woven silk from the renowned place named Kanchipuram which is in the state of Tamilnadu. Kanjivaram sarees occupy an exclusive presence in the mind of a South Indian bride for their magnificent as well as beautiful look. This type of sarees can also bring a hundred percent perfect Indian look for a bride irrespective of her originating place.