A wedding is the most D-day for every bride and groom; they both plan their lot in a dreamy way which makes the moment quite memorable. The bridal sarees, wedding jewellery, footwear, the venue, makeup, each and everything has a lot of importance in their own way. Who doesn’t like to swirl their lehenga like a diva or is there any girl who doesn’t wish to plan the story of their wedding day in the most princess style? Everyone does!
But one need to take some inspiration and the source really confuses them a lot. For the best of your poses and selection of wedding sarees and drapes, I am presenting you 2016s best candid shots of brides and bridal sarees that will definitely give you an idea to frame your clothes and accessories.
Best Candid Shots Of Brides & Bridal Sarees
Let’s decode some fresh and nostalgic looks of brides:
No one can compete with red when the topic is about bridal sarees. Here we go with Banarasi silk red bridal saree with golden zari work. The jewellery makes the shot all the way more candid. They are simple yet lavish because the way they have been worn by the bride. Have you seen the grand jhumkas? They are the one which will steal your heart away. Are planning to buy one?
And if you are a little bit allergic to typical and traditional red sarees then this magenta colored Banarasi saree will definitely tempt you for the moment. The sleek kamarband or waistband is simply accentuating her complete bridal look. The bride is wearing a high band choker and sita haar which is a tradition in Indian weddings which is making her look classic yet unique.
Are you kind of a contemporary bride? If yes, then this can freeze your mind right away!
Choose a dark colored (red or magenta or marsala) with the combination of rustic golden hue and drape them into this style. This Kanjeevaram Saree pose is obviously killing her peers and her ethereal teaming of with traditional matha patti, sita haar and kamar band are making her look more divine. To subtle down view, she complemented her other jewellery with a simple and short jhumka earrings.
Here is another look of Saree from that corner of India where saree is treated as their national apparel- West Bengal. The bong bride looks undoubtedly most beautiful not because of the way she put on her makeup or jewellery but due to that X-factor which deeply resides inside her. A shoulder harness, maatha patti, kamar band and sita haar are the must which enhance her appeal like a magic spell.
Red, magenta, golden or any of the wedding colors; sometimes they confuse us a lot and we tend to choose something more refreshing, subtle and non-dazzling yet memorable. A combination of cream or off white with bright golden and peach colour in a Saree is an eclectic one. To give a contrast, one can wear a differently hued blouse and a broad kamar band.
Light colors inject instant boost to your energy as they seem easy to carry. And any type of jewellery highlights itself even more than over anything else.
Have you spotted any of your faves?