5 Different Types Of Indian Bridal Sarees

5 Different Types Of Indian Bridal Sarees

All of us know that Banarasi sarees receive their signature designs from Bengali weavers? Most Bengali brides still prefer donning Banarasi traditional sarees for their wedding. Hailing from the city of Varanasi, the Banarasi saree is one of the finest bridal silk sarees. The saree has beautiful gold and silver brocade designs that include a lot of inspiration from the Mughal era. This makes this gorgeous saree, a must-have for all women. Check out these traditional sarees for weddings a bride must have in her trousseau. From going for the modern silhouette to unique prints a bride can choose from different traditional bridal sarees from all over India.

Kanchipuram Sarees / Kanjivaram Sarees

The Kanjivaram saree is the most exquisite bridal outfit, found in Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. The design and pattern of each saree are uniquely rich and vibrant. Set in gold and silver thread work, these sarees are more like an investment, especially when paired with right blouse and jewelry

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Muga Silk / Assam Silk Sarees

Muga silk is one of the rarest types of silk that is produced only in Assam. The silk is slightly yellow and in Assamese yellow is called MUGA.This saree boasts rich embroidery with flowers and motifs. In modern days this saree is found in different colors and in variety like Mekhola Chadar. It is the traditional bridal outfit of the Assamese Bride.

Paithani Sarees

Marathi brides love flaunting traditional Paithani Sarees on their big day with traditional Marathi bindi, nath, and green glass bangles. Paithani sarees come in vibrant colors like green, yellow, red, magenta with golden thread. The Paithani is famed for weaving nature into its pallu with patterns like trees, flowers, peacocks. It is an expensive buy too.

Bandhej or Bandhani Sarees

The Chic Bandhani sarees are evergreen. The tie and dye design are done on different color combinations, making it easy to sport the same saree at weddings, lunch party or even can attend parties after marriage. With eternal cultural affluence, these sarees are the perfect choice for any wedding or festival.

Georgette Banarasi

If you are a modern bride and want something lightweight yet traditional, this georgette Benarasi is just for you. They are easy to drape and comes in different colors for modern brides from pastel shades to rich colors. Team up with light diamond or gold jewelry.

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