Every bride wants to be her loveliest self on her wedding day. She wants to look graceful and regal. The first thing the bride starts to plan for her wedding is her wedding outfit. In maximum parts of India, the brides wear sarees for their wedding. The six-yards of exquisiteness has been the symbol of an Indian woman since time immemorial. On her wedding day, a bride wants to look her finest in her bridal saree.
Stunning woven apparels worn by Indian brides all over the country, adorned in pure and delicate silk, brides from several religions step into their new lives. These sarees are timeless and impeccable for those brides, who hate to lock away their bridal wear in some closet. The class of the saree is so resilient, modest elements like minimal makeup and jewellery make the bride stand out as well.
Colours, anunpretentious way to represent moods, personalities, and any other emotion elevates the look of a bride in no time at all. Just like the day, bright hue sarees prove to be a lovelysupplement for the bride. With the strict norms of wearing particular colours waning away, brides these days either coordinate colours with the groom based on what they love or wear colours that best embody themselves. It sure is a bold move.
Another preference among the Indian brides are the stonework sarees. This can be merged with chiffon or silk sarees to give the desired look. Not only have embroideries like aari work, gota work etc., been an essential part of Indian weddings, they intertwine up to be small and elaborate details that add on to the magnificence of the bride and her saree!
Rajvesh showroom in Jaipur is the perfect place to go wedding shopping. With a plethora of options and designs, you can shop to your hearts content and look like the princess you are.