Must have sarees for an Indian Bride


Indian weddings are all about pomp, glamour, grandeur and splendid displays. And in this display, what plays a major role is what the bride is wearing. Every Indian woman has a dream to look her best on her wedding day. This dream comes true with the gorgeous Indian bridal wear such as lehengas and sarees. Although every woman has a vision of her own, how she would want to look like on the D-day, the trends keep changing.

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But what remains unchanged is the tradition to wear the heavy gold embellished and zardosi crafted sarees and lehengas. If you want to enrich your bridal collection and shop for some traditional Indian bridal sarees as well as a few Indo-western creations, you can try the designer stores that are renowned for offering this.

Choose a good store:

You can choose the many online stores or even visit the popular designers such as Ritu Kumar, Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi. They offer a gorgeous sarees that will make Travel you look glamorous. But, in most cases, Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi and Ritu Kumar’s designs are extremely expensive. In that case, you can choose some other designer such as Ritika Ridhima Bhasin.

This designer duo makes some of the most amazing, elegant and gorgeous sarees.Even if you are looking for some Indo-western dresses that can be worn for the many of your Indian wedding ceremonies, you can have them available at this store.

What to wear?

If you are getting married anytime soon, you must know that it is not just only one wedding lehenga or saree that you need to buy for your wedding. Indian weddings are always in need for a number of exquisite sarees. The ones that are must haves in your collection are –

Banarasi Saree:
Most of the Indian communities celebrate their weddings with a Banarasi saree. Bright colours, gorgeous embroidery, amazing craftsmanship, heavy embellishments in the form of zardozi, finest muga threads, and silk body withzari borders make these sarees absolutely suitable for Indian weddings. But, if you want to add some exclusivity to your wedding Banarasi Saree, you must visit a designer store that makes a perfect blend of tradition and popular trend.

Silk Saree:
Be it a heavy Kanjeevaram or a Paithani Silk, an Assam Silk or a Resham Silk, every community in India has its favourite silk saree. If you want to choose something different, you can have it specially embroidered or teamed up with a heavy blouse to look different on your wedding.

If you want to look different on your wedding day, you need to choose a designer store such as Ritika Ridhima Bhasin. Here you can find bridal wear that you can team up with a number of other dresses such as a dhoti pant, a long jacket, a simpler blouse, to wear them in different other occasions than your wedding. Indo-western and designer bridal sarees and lehengas are unique in this sense that they are wearable on many other occasions in the later years.