Traditional Indian Wedding Dresses: – The wedding is a very special occasion when it comes to celebration and the most appreciative thing about is that the parents invest all his earnings in order to make it memorable. There are different customs and rituals which are followed and praised by the people according to the region and caste.
It is believed that this day is very special for a bride so she should look more attractive than any other female. In order to do so specially designed and patterned saree is selected for her. In olden days red color was every woman favorite but in the course, if the time it has changed into different shades of red as well as different variants too. Rather than designing according to Indian style but now they choose western styles and patterns.
Actually, the colors for the wedding are decided for the good fortune which is always red and it has many intricate patterns, embroidery work, mirror work, and sequences. The fabric used in the dress included cotton, velvet, silk, chiffon etc. Other works Include zardosy, Cutwork, sequence, pearl work, Kundan work etc. She may be not sari lover but the wedding day is with loads of love and blessings and the only day where she is the most special person in the hall for all the people.
There are tones of diversity in wearing for the bride at weddings some of them are salwar kameez which include is a long pant which a dupatta covered across the chest Or on the shoulder. Sari is long lengthy cloth wrapped around the whole body with a blouse with intricate patterns As well as Ghaghara choli includes decorated blouse with a long length Skirt and dupatta. Additionally, there are different jewelry which accompanies the dress like a necklace, earrings, bangles, brackets, etc made up of gold or diamond.
Apart from this as per the eastern styles, brides also go for lehenga cholis as well as different variant shades of red though red is more attractive and gorgeous than any colour. Well, salvaar kameez is very reasonable than the other styles so many females go for it. Instead only using it for a wedding it can be used for party and other family functions.
Lehenga cholis are the one which was initiated by the Mughals and has increased its use in the wedding and other advantage related to it is that it can be used in other usual family function and festivals. No matter what the bride wears but she is indeed the most beautiful women in the hall.