A mix of cultural and trendy for the modern bride.
Marriages are solemn yet joyous occasions marked by ostentatious rituals and symbolism. Every woman wants to look beautiful in certain special occasions and the use of latest emerging techniques of dress designing has developed beautifully to give women a vast range to choose from – a variety of new designs which include an amalgamation of culture and tradition.
The latest trendy techniques give the traditional dresses a new look with a classic feel. The collection consists of bold, stylish, netted, brocade, sequenced and heavy zardosi work, in that some of them are fish-tailed lehengas , A-line lehengas ,flared, straight cut lehengas etc.
The colour mixtures used for the bridal wear are set with intense and dazzling, vivid shades, added with red, white, yellow, green, purple and pink. Moreover the cuts and hues used in the dresses are marvellous and spectacular.
The embellishments use stones and motifs with very little embroidery. The bridal saris are embroidered in a royal style with stone studded net, beige crystals, maroon-red appliqué and ‘chumki’ embroidered peach brocade, lace with ‘meenakari’ etc. Pink and red are considered very auspicious and traditional colours for Indian brides.
The velvets and silks are extensively embroidered. Bridal saris are complemented by matching coloured ‘sherwanis’ or ‘kurtas’ for the grooms. Bridal outfits are always very heavy and glamorous in order to make them stand out from the rest.
Nowadays the bridal dresses look contemporary yet royal. Starting from ‘leheriya’ , ‘bandhej’, ‘banarasi’, ‘’, ‘kanjeevaram’, ‘net’ , suede, etc. there are a wide range of materials used exclusively for bridal wear. Experiments are no longer feared when it comes to amalgamating the best of every culture. In reality it is this way exquisite designs are crafted to preserve the ancient crafts.