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Bridal Sarees - To turn heads and welcome your fairy tale to reality

One of the most memorable events in a girl's life is their wedding day. On her wedding day, every girl aspires to fulfill her fantasy. There are many alternatives regarding the finest bridal wear, but nothing equals a beautiful saree. One of India's finest and most conventional garments worn by women in India is the saree. A saree is generally viewed to be one of the most exquisite outfits. Many girls daydream of donning a magnificent couture saree for their wedding day. Nothing else can help a bride look more gorgeous than a bridal saree one that has been professionally wrapped and embellished with stunning accessories. Red is the color of preference for wedding sarees in India for a multitude of reasons. Multiple interpretations exist regarding the reasoning behind the selection of the color red for the bridal saree.



Hindu mythology places a great deal of importance on the maa Durga. Her passionate visage is associated with the color red as she murders Mahishasura and offers  global peace. Hindu brides are required to wear red saris, which depict Durga, the deity who symbolizes the strength of character of each and every Indian woman. 


Bridal Sarees in an Indian Woman’s Trousseau


  1. Uppada Silk Saree: Uppada silk sarees are embellished with just authentic zari, which makes them the perfect outfit for traditional flair. Notably, the artisans put a significant amount of effort into manufacturing such varieties of sarees. This could take a couple of months or even one fortnight to conclude the weaving process. When contrasted to certain other variations of handcrafted Banarasi sarees, the Uppada silk handloom sarees are not particularly costly. Having said that, Uppada silk sarees are available in an assortment of hues, designs, and embellishments, enabling anyone to carry the stylish cloth to a diverse range of occasions and celebrations. There are multiple hues to choose from, namely Pista Green, Royal Blue, and Fuchsia.


  1. Banarasi Silk Sarees: The very first Banarasi silk sarees were established when artisans from Gujarat migrated to Banaras under the reign of Emperor Akbar. The Banarasi silk saree was designed with its traditional motifs and is now renowned for its fine standards. Since then, the bride from North India has taken great pride in wearing this saree. There has always been a special bond between an Indian bride and a Banarasi saree. It has become one of the first sartorial options for a bride who desires to dazzle in a traditional manner on her wedding day due to its opulence, intricate embroidery, and the notion that it symbolizes elegance.


  1. Bandhani Printed Sarees: A sort of tie-dyed material called bandhani is accented by selecting the material with the fingernails into multiple small knots that establish a pictorial arrangement. Bandhani, which means "to bound, to fasten," is derived from the Sanskrit word bandh. Yellow, blue, green, and black are the major shades used throughout bandhani, which would be typically made up of organic hues. Gujarat and Rajasthan are renowned for their bandhani sarees. Bandhani saree designs have recently become increasingly popular and are suitable for gala weddings.


FAQS


Q1. Which color is the best for a wedding saree?


Graceful Green, Regal Gold, Ravishing Red, Bright Yellow, and Vibrant Violet are some of the trendy bridal saree colors.


Q2. What is the significance of wearing a saree in an Indian wedding?


A saree depicts a goddess in Indian tradition, and any woman who adorns one feels magnificent and regal.


Q3. Which type of saree is best for marriage?


Banarasi silk sarees, gadwall silk sarees, and Kanjivaram silk sarees are the most popular choices for brides to wear on their wedding day. All three kinds of sarees are constructed from silk. These three kinds of sarees are all made from silk. All three of these variations of the traditional Indian dress are mostly made from silk. These three basic types of sarees provide the basis for the vast majority of wedding sarees.


Q4. How do you keep wedding sarees safe?


Always hang sarees that are lightweight, such as chiffon, georgette, crepe, or even cotton. Hanging is the best option for keeping your saris safe because they get wrinkled if stacked. Sarees made of delicate fabrics like pure pattu/silk, organza, and hand-woven fabric shouldn't be hanging. You should store them in cotton Aprudha saree bag. In addition to hiding away in a closet. Hanging silk or pattu sarees with zari is not recommended since the zari would get loose and worn out after prolonged exposure to air. Do not hang your zari sarees; instead, stack them.


Q5. Which color saree is best for a bride?


As a bold and eye-catching color, red is a great choice for the bride's wedding dress. When it comes to fashion, a red silk saree with a gold border is unrivaled. Golden earrings, deep red lipstick, and a broad grin will do the work. And gold is the color to wear on your wedding day if you want to appear really stunning. Woven with a thick strand of gold, a Kanchipuram silk saree has an ethereal quality. Among many faiths, it is believed that donning a touch of green on one's wedding day is a sign of luck. A woman who has taken the time to properly dress in a green saree is a sight to behold.


Q6. How can I check my saree quality?


Cotton, silk, or synthetic fibers like nylon, rayon, and polyester are the most frequent types of materials used in its creation. Other less prevalent materials include acetate and acrylic. Cotton is a material that everyone enjoys using. On the other hand, sarees made of cotton are not only more comfy but also more luxurious. Sarees are typically made of 100% cotton that has been carefully combed to remove any elasticity.


Q7. How to select silk sarees for weddings?


Having a firm spending limit in mind can streamline your search for the perfect wedding saree without breaking the bank. It is crucial to take into account the design of the bridal saree before making a final decision about which option to go with. If you are a bride who would like not to have a lot of ornamentation on her wedding garment, you might want to think about wearing a Mysore Silk Saree or a Soft Silk Saree rather than a saree with a lot of elaboration. If you prefer getting dressed up, you can think about purchasing either a beautiful Banarasi silk saree with brocade or a Kanchipuram silk saree. Both of these options are made of silk.


Q8. How to get ready for an Indian wedding function?


Traditional weddings in the Caribbean, particularly in the North and West, tend to be quite showy and ostentatious affairs. Obscenely elaborate clothing is in style this season; think brocade lehengas with metallic golden buttis and vibrant rani pink silk sarees. The use of crystals and other heavy ornaments are encouraged for these occasions. Traditional South and East Indian marriages are more subdued. Women, on the other hand, are proud to be seen in traditional fabrics like Baluchari sarees, Tussar silks, Kanchipuram silk sarees, Pattu sarees, and various silk and silk mixes. Gold jewelry, sometimes made with a lot of handwork, is also a staple of party clothing.


Q9. How much is a wedding saree?


The price of a traditional Indian wedding saree depends on a lot of things, like what it's made of, how many decorations it has, and how long it takes to make. At weddings, sarees can cost anywhere from a few thousand rupees, with the most elaborate ones costing around 50,000. The materials and embroidery used would also affect the price of a designer embroidered saree. Both are equally enticing and would complement your bridal avatar.


Q10. Which color saree is best for fair skin?


Carrot red, orange, brick red, peach, bottle green, olive green, maroon, orange, mustard, mint green, sky blue, and baby pink are just a few of the colors you need to try. Try draping a saree in a variety of blue, green, and pink hues for your next formal event. Wearing these hues will help you stand out from the crowd.


Q11. How can we protect saree?


It is recommended to keep the cloth in a dry, dark location due to its sensitivity to light. Wrap it up with a clean, dry piece of cotton fabric. Alternate the fold of your sari once a month to keep it from snagging and causing wounds. It's also important to prevent the saris from tangling with one another when hanging them, so make sure to switch up the folds frequently.


Q12. How do you maintain expensive sarees?


To avoid wear and tear from friction, keep saris that are heavily decorated with beads and embroidery in a separate location from saris that are not as ornamented. You don't have to hang them up if you don't want to; you may put them in boxes or canvas bags instead. On the other hand, if the functional part is turned around, it will be protected against harm coming from the other direction.


Q13. Where should sarees be stored?


Your sarees will last longer if you let them air out for a while after each wear instead of immediately folding and storing them. This will give the sarees a chance to dry out completely after being exposed to any moisture (whether from perspiration or storage). It's crucial that they be air dried in the shade. Always remember to avoid putting your sarees in plastic bags or other plastic-lined containers.


Q14. Which color saree is more attractive?


Some of the most appealing color combinations are baby pink, sky blue, mustard yellow, maroon, carrot red, orange, brick red, peach, bottle green, olive green, maroon, orange, and mustard, as well as bottle green, olive green, and maroon. It is a good idea to experiment with various shades of blue, green, and pink while draping a saree for a formal event. This may be done to provide visual interest. You will surely differentiate yourself from the majority of your colleagues by using these hues. It's true that women with dark complexions can pull off any look with grace and beauty, but that's not the goal. You have access to a diverse palette of colors to choose from.


Q15. Which color saree is best for day function?


At any event that takes place during the day, you should stay away from wearing dark colors (other than black) so as not to come across as overdressed. In particular, if you are donning a suit, you should be aware of this. We recommend that women wear lighter-colored sarees when going out in the daytime. Peach, cream, peach, light blue, light green, and light yellow are all examples of such pastel tones.


Q16. Which quality of saree is best?


Weaved in Kanchipuram, India, the Kanchipuram Saree is widely considered to be of the highest quality sarees available. Tamil Nadu, an Indian state, is famous for its weavers and their role in producing this fabric. The wide, contrasting borders of this saree are a telltale sign that it is woven with luxurious silk or gold thread. Celebrations and other joyous events call for its utilization.


Q17. Which saree material is easy?


Cotton is often used to make sarees because of the fact that it is biodegradable, breathable, and durable. Cotton is commonly used to make sarees due to the fabric's softness, durability, and versatility. Cotton's excellent dye-receptivity means it may be printed on or dyed using a wide range of methods. As a result of cotton yarn's durability and adaptability, a wide variety of weave patterns can be created. Because of these designs, the sarees worn in India are known for their rich, textured fabric.