Indian Bridal Wear
A wedding is a matter of great pride and honor for the families of both the bride and the groom. One of the most important aspects of these wedding preparations is the bridal wear. A traditional Indian wedding is a vibrant and elaborate affair with the blushing bride being the cynosure of the ceremony so the Indian bridal wears are usually very colorful with intricate designs, patterns combining threading, sequins, beads, embroidery and embellishment work like zari, zardozi, cut work, mirror work, pearl, kasab, kundan work etc. Indian brides generally wear red as this color is considered to be associated with good luck and is believed to bring the couple much happiness in future life. They are usually made of a fabric that reflects light well such as satin, silk, net or chiffon. Choosing the bridal wear has been always a big decision. It is not that much easy to choose a bride’s attire as she has various types of Indian bridal wear to choose from. Traditional Indian bridal wear consists of a range of well designed and heavily embellished outfits. From a glamorous saree and blouse to a lehenga-choli or perhaps the mogul inspired anarkali dress and gharara, the options are manifold. The traditional bridal wears are very colorful reflecting the pleasant spirit of marriage. Though red is a universal color for Indian bridal wear, but nowadays designers play with the wide collection of beautiful colors with exquisite embroidery work. Pick up the right outfit and stun everyone who sees you in daily life as a "plain jane" and keep them stunned at your transformation! And at the same time, make your life partner proud of his most priced possession.