The Wedding Dress to Remember

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Every bride is the star of the wedding. Not only the groom but also the guests look forward to seeing her in her wedding dress. Even the bride herself knows that all eyes will be on her once she steps in the ballroom or walks towards the mandap. That’s mainly the reason why shopping for bridal outfits tend to become a task more than a fun bonding session with the sister or mother.

As per belief a bride has to be in a red sari on her wedding day however as per fashion a bride can wear whatever she chooses to and still be conforming with society.  Each bride wants to make a statement hence choices have become more trendy and bold. To make it clearer for you girls we have put down few choices that can be very traditionally invogue.

1.)    Two in One

It is quite prevalent for brides to wear lehengas for nearly all of their occasions however with the bridal lehenga, the dupatta/chuni is made in such a way that she has an advantage of wearing it as a sari or lehenga. This option can save you from buying one more outfit for the reception yet look like you had an outfit change.



2.)    Traditonal Comfort

Anarkalis have been every girl’s bestfriend for few years now. It gives you a combination of elegance and class. Wearing an embellished red or pink anarkali can be one of the most comfortable preference while walking around the agni 7x with your husband.


3.)    Queen of the night

A bride is said to be a beauty queen on her special day and what better way to prove this than to wear a gown. Indo western wedding dress or gowns have recently made their way onto India’s fashion scene. You can pair it up with a dupatta for the wedding ceremony and ditch the dupatta when you are prepared to enter as a Mrs. for your reception.


4.)    Classic

Elegant yet Timeless is what makes a sari the first choice for most Indian women. Saris may seem very conventional however with right color and pattern the bride will shine with her sheer beauty.


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