Thursday, January 30, 2014

Traditional Bridal saree




Culture describes the significance and meaning of the color to an outfit.  Chic, bright new and fresh colors can make you look unique as a bride.  Traditional bridal sarees have amazing hand embellishments that are done in an artistic way.

Different kind of embellishments can change the entire look of saree. Zardosi, zari, beaded work; mirror work embroideries are quite popular on bridal sarees.
Color plays a very important role in sarees. Colors signify a lot of things. For example - red is the most accepted color in India when it comes to weddings and weddings functions. Red and shades of red are considered auspicious.


 In some cultures white color with maroon border is considered auspicious. These sarees are popular for their weddings. Red bridal saree looks amazing on almost every would bride and suits everyone. Matching traditional jewelry adds charm to new brides on their D day.  




For Parsi brides white or cream saree with dull gold embroidery work is very popular. They consider this color sari auspicious for wedding.



Yellow color is very popular and considered auspicious for UP or Bihar brides.





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