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  1.  GREY EXCLUSIVE LINEN SILK SAREE  WITH DOBBY WEAVING CUTWORK PALLU
  2. ABALON COLOR COTTON SLUB  SAREE
  3. Black Pure Linen Saree
  4. BLACK PURE TUSSAR GHICCHA SAREE
  5. Blue CP saree (cotton  by polisilk)
  6. BLUE-PINK PURE TUSSAR GHICCHA SAREE
  7. Chanderi handwoven Katan Silk Saree with Nakshi border
  8. COTTON SLUB BLACK BLUE SAREE
  9. COTTON SLUB DARK GREEN SAREE
  10. COTTON SLUB GOLDEN SAREE
  11. COTTON SLUB GREEN-ORANGE SAREE
  12. COTTON SLUB GREY-PINK SAREE
  13. COTTON SLUB LIGHT BLUE SAREE
  14. COTTON SLUB LIGHT GREENISH SAREE
  15. COTTON SLUB LIGHT ORANGE SAREE
  16. COTTON SLUB ORANGE-GREEN SAREE
  17. COTTON SLUB PEACH SAREE
  18. COTTON SLUB PINK SAREE
  19. COTTON SLUB PINK-GOLDEN SAREE
  20. COTTON SLUB SKYBLUE SAREE
  21. COTTON SLUB YELLOW SAREE
  22. CP saree (cotton  by polisilk)
  23. Cream color Linen saree with hand embroidery work
  24. CREME COLOR  COTTON SLUB  SAREE
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WEDDING SAREES ONLINE

 

The wedding sarees have been the go-to traditional attire for Indian women on their wedding day for decades now. From casual daily routines to festive occasions, sarees are an extremely important part of Indian culture. Hence Indian weddings have also been charmed by these majestic stunners. The Indian wedding sarees are traditionally designed with a color combination of red and green along with a golden brocade work. Traditionally silk fabric was used in the manufacturing of wedding sarees whereas with time the range of colors and fabrics used has evolved. Red wedding sarees are the most popular among Indian brides as the red color symbolizes Durga, the goddess of power and valor.

 

Characteristics of a wedding saree

Fabrics: Initially designed using silk fabric, the wedding sarees have also started using fabrics like crepe, georgette, tissue, and satin.

 

Colors: The colors used in a designer wedding saree range from the traditional red and green to gold, pink, orange, maroon, brown, and yellow. 

 

Varieties: A plethora of varieties are available in Indian wedding sarees. Some of them are Kanchipuram wedding saree, Banarasi wedding saree, Sambhalpuri wedding saree, Assam silk saree, Gota saree, Resham saree, Zardosi saree, Paithani saree, Bandhani saree, and Neriyanthum saree.

 

Why the wedding sarees are irreplaceable?

  • The wedding sarees are a synonym for grace and an important part of Indian culture.
  • This truly majestic four to nine meters long saree makes the bride look divine.
  • You just can’t ignore the beauty of intricate designs on the ultra-luxurious wedding sarees.
  • There is a wedding saree for every bride. You can choose yours from a vast variety of wedding sarees available.