Indian weddings, day by day are getting more and more magnificent and splendorous which has resulted in the growth of the wedding planners and the fashion designers. The fashion designers, instead of arranging for traditional marriage, incorporate different themes and ideas to make the ceremonies traditionally modern. The fashion designers, on the other hand, are creating more and more unique creations of the apparels for the brides to be.
These apparels are extremely special because they enhance the beauty of the brides to make her look eye-catching gorgeous and beautiful for the guests as well as the groom. Gone are the days where a marriage only showcased a bride clad in a million drapes of the heavy traditional silk based sarees. Nowadays, the modern Indian brides are leaving no stones unturned in finding of the best attire to be worn by them on their D-Day.
The attire can be a Saree, a Lehenga or a Sharara. Saree is considered to be the most common attire for the Indian brides. The Lehengas and Shararas are very much juvenile compared to the timeline of the traditional Sarees. So the clever brides are now deciding on wearing each kind of dresses mentioned above during their five-day celebration of the wedding occasion. Below are the details of the best wedding apparels of the brides, along with their detailed aspects:
• Starting with the most popular, the mighty saree; this traditional garment has been enhancing the beauty of the Indian brides since many ages. The bridal version of the saree hails from every regional corner of India. For example, the Banarasi from Kashi, Kanjeevaram or the Kanchipuram hailing from Tamil Nadu. These sarees are popular with the brides for lots of usage of the fine quality silk material. The sarees are intricately designed with golden or silver thread works called the zari. The modern version of the saree contains additional sequins as embellishments.
• Lehengas are based on the lightweight chiffon but since they contain heavy detailed work of embroidery they prove to be heavy for the brides.
• Shararas are common in the community of the Muslims. Sharara has a close resemblance to the common printed salwar kameez but they are heavier because of the bottom wear. The whole suit is very elegant.