Indian bridal sarees and wedding sarees have changed a lot over time with the changing fashion trends. A few decades back, there were not many choices available in Indian sarees for brides. Back then, they only used to wear the sarees that were embellished with Gota and its variants. If we go back in the ancient times, they say, sarees were made only for the deities in the temple of the queens and princesses. But time evolved and so has the technology and fashion developments. Today saree has become one of the most important apparel in a woman’s wardrobe. Isn’t it?
One of the most special occasion on which a saree is worn by a female is her own wedding. Keeping in mind the importance, our fashion designers have come up with incredible variety of sarees for the brides. There are many different colors, embellishments, fabrics and embroidery and work that sarees come in. This huge diversity, often makes it difficult and confusing for the bride to choose one among them all.
Therefore, today we have come with some important things that you must keep in mind when you go out there in search of that perfect wedding saree.
The prices: Obviously, the first thing to do is to set your budget. Once you have set your budget, it would be easier for you to search the saree for your wedding. With so many different types of sarees in different fabrics, there’s a saree for every budget size. The price of the saree would depend on a number of factors including the fabric it is made of, the embroidery work on it, and also the brand. You should keep all of these things in mind while purchasing a bridal Indian saree.
The color: Colors play a very important role in any attire. Especially when it comes to an event, as grand as the wedding itself, it must be very thought after. Bridal sarees are available in many colors. You can choose the color that you like which equally suits your skin complexion. The most preferred colors for an Indian wedding are beige, red, shades of pink and golden, pastels, maroon, orange and green. They say these colors represent love, prosperity and happiness.
The saree style: Nowadays, Indian sarees are available in many styles. Some of the most popular traditional Indian sarees are the semi-stitched sarees, Bengali sarees, Kota sarees, Silk sarees, Kanjivaram sarees, and lehenga-cum-sarees, etc.
You must choose one as per your preference, region, traditions and customs.