Her presence dazzles, her looks mesmerize & the bridal saree completes her beautiful look. As soon as the bride enters the wedding hall, the spotlight turns to her and everyone gasps to catch a glimpse of the bride. It's every bride’s wish to look grand on her D-day. Bridal sarees are specifically embellished & designed for the larger than life look giving brides a royal look.
Every nervous jittery bride has a thousand things occupying her mind before the d-day arrives and pre-wedding shopping is one of those pesky thoughts. Trousseau is a French word that gives many an Indian mother nightmares. Because the eternal question remains what should a wedding trousseau comprise of, for your convenience we are jotting down certain things without which a bride’s trousseau would be incomplete.
We all struggle to find the best ethnic wear for our friend’s wedding because of the Indian ethnic clothes evolving every day. And let’s admit it, girls have this huge problem with wearing what everyone else is also wearing. So, if it’s your friend’s wedding and you don’t want to end up wearing an anarkali or a Pakistani style suit, you should think about wearing an Indian ethnic style gown. This way you will not only look different but also give a style punch to your wardrobe.
Every girl from her childhood dreams about her big day, when she will be looking like a princess. When everyone around us will be watching her and praise her for her wedding day charm, dress, Mehendi, Jewelry, her smile, her makeup etc. To make it reality, these days bride chooses her outfit very carefully such that her wedding outfit enhance her beauty. She must look her best on that day. The major question for brides to be is what to wear on wedding day? A Saree or a Lehenga. From ages, it is a tradition to wear a Saree on wedding day but with time changes, nowadays girls even like to wear Lehenga on Wedding.