Kat dana and sitara work is very popular art on bridal wear. It is complementing the beautiful attire and makes the attire look richer. Kat dana is slender pipes of glass cut into minute bits. They are used to high light a design or a pattern crafted on the attire.
This is generally seen on the outline of a motif with an embossed look. Various colors are preferred in this art gold, silver, bronze, copper and transparent are the popular ones.
This designer bridal lehenga choli is an awesome wear. It is perfect for your big day. This is reddish pink and rust shade lehenga choli. It is heavily embellished lehenga is accentuated with bold multicolored peacock and floral motifs, embellished with stones, sequins, beads, appliqué work, zardosi and fancy thread work. Team it up with a contrast backless choli to complete your bridal look.
Katdana work requires the cloth to be fixed on a frame before it is fastened on the fabric. Embroidery is done on the fabric when the fabric is tightly stretched in a frame. Dabka, gotapatti, mirror, moti dana, stones are other form of poplar work done on bridal fabrics to make them look pretty and richer.
This lehenga choli is in rich maroon is so luscious and lovely in pretty floral embroideries in zari, sequins and stones. Border is accentuated with the same designs and patterns as lehenga body along with green patch embroidered floral motif. It is in georgette which makes the fall well over your body and helps to accentuate your feminine curves well.