“The way you dress is an expression of your personality.”
Weddings are always highly energetic & colorful affairs in India. From stylish Indian wedding cards to eye-catching decorations to large varieties in food, every aspect of the wedding is geared to provide a bag full of joy and celebration for the guests. Indian wedding dresses also reflect the atmosphere of joy and enjoyment and are one of the most interesting aspects of the ceremony. From the unique clothing worn by the bride to the royal garment of the groom, from the stylish trends put on by the bridesmaids to the exciting ethnic dresses of the guests, a fashion lover will find a lot to examine and appreciate at an Indian wedding. Of course, India is a country of many cultures, regions, and religions and each has a unique style of conducting a wedding which includes distinctive ceremonial clothes and traditional attire.
Glamorous & Modern Theme in Urban Areas
On the other hand, in urban centers couples and their families are increasingly turning towards more glamorous and modern themes for the decor which also influences the kind of wedding clothes worn. Thus, there is a flood of Indian wedding dresses to choose for men as well as women. Wedding outfits so much differ from other ethnic party dresses as they display a harmonious blend of tradition and glamour. They are beautifully & attractively designed to match the wedding aura. But, at the same time, they also show tradition that may be appropriate for the ceremony.
Indian Cultural Elements Including Regional Art and Embroidery
They are often ornamented with extraordinarily gleaming Indian work including regional embroidery and gilding forms. Indian wedding outfits, usually are very brightly colored or at the very least, contain some eye-catching colors or shades to create an interesting visual contrast. The large varieties of Indian wedding dresses are browsed on the basis of a large number of factors, including color, patterns, designs. The dresses are often one of these three types- sarees, lehenga cholis or salwar kameez. Nowadays, gowns are also in trend as they provide beautiful look along with comfort.
The most elegant and traditional choice is wedding sarees. Sarees are an ancient Indian attire, worn by women across India for many centuries. Of course, the wedding sarees are very different in their look than any other type of saree. Even the simpler varieties such as the plain wedding silk sarees preferred by women in the south are distinguished by the glorious gleam of the fine silk and the elusive but attractive zari designs on the borders and the pallu. Besides silk sarees from south India, women also love wearing distinguish sarees from other parts of India such as the beautifully woven Banarasi wedding saree, Chikankari saree, kalamkari saree, and Bandhani wedding saree.
Designer wedding sarees come in a wider variety of materials, including satin, net, tissue, lace, chiffon, georgette, silk and crepe. These are often more modern in their look. These kinds of wedding saree also incorporate more modern embellishments such as crystal borders, sequins designs, beads patterns, and stone pallu designs.
Wedding Lehenga & Choli
Women who want to look glamorous and different from the crowd often decide to wear a wedding lehenga with a daringly cut choli. Wedding lehenga designs are richly ornamented using zardosi, zari, ek taar, cut dana, gota Patti, booti and other traditional Indian techniques. The richness of the lehenga is balanced out with a choli with a modern corset-like design that emphasizes the figure of the woman. The wedding lehenga silhouette can also vary. The choices include the classic straight cut, traditional circular (ghera) cut, the stylish a-line or the elegant mermaid cut.