hindu wedding saree

How do we choose the right Bridal saree for the most important day of your life? All the eyes will be set on the bride and her attire for the various occasions like Sangeet, Mehndi, Engagement Ceremony, Wedding Day and Wedding Reception.  With ever increasing fashion designs and changes of new innovations of Lehangas, Anarkalis and dresses – nothing stands out as much as an elegant and beautiful Bridal Saree. Wedding sarees are also more cost effective and utility value as well.

One needs to take time to do some research and searching and should consider  the season of the year (Hot Summer or Cold Winter etc), time of the ceremony and venue as all these play an important part in deciding the texture, colour and comfort.

For more a traditional Hindu wedding saree, the Queen of Silks Kanchipurams & Banares take the pick. They also shine up as respectful, grandeur and the royal look that they exude. Sarees in Style have a variety of all these traditional Hindu wedding saree styles.  Contact us to view our collection.

The beauty of these sarees are further accentuated with Pure zari works, Swarovski crystal stones, and Gold threadwork. Pure Silk sarees are extremely soft and you can feel the high quality of silk and pure Gold Zari that is used.

Usually brides choose more lighter shades of cream, fuschia pink, mustard or light orange as the first Saree before the tying of the Thali (Sacred Golden necklace given by the Groom as a Symbol of their love and union after the performance of certain rituals) or Mangalya sutram.  Light colours radiate the youthful look of the Bride. Choose a narrow border of 10-15 Cm border with a rich pallu. A Taller Bride can carry a broader border. The work on the body can be intricate which reflects the beautiful weave of the Kanchipurams. The weavers take pride in their creations adding unique designs.

A very rich red, gold, burgandy or similar darker and more richer shades of pure kanchipuram or banares silk saree is gifted by the Groom to the Bride in preparation for the sacred wedding ceremony of tying the Thali or Mangalya Sutram.