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Indian Wedding Sarees that will Rock 2020

by Gitika Joseph Eanythingindian

Paithani Sarees

A Paithani Saree is the ethnic wedding outfit of Marathi brides. Paithan is a town from Aurangabad in Maharashtra and is the home to these evergreen luxurious handloom silk designer sarees.

Colorful and striking borders with oblique square designs form the characteristic and most prominent detail of these traditional drapes.

Pattan or Paithani saris have intricate motifs and patterns of birds, butterflies, flora, and fauna. Weavers also create designs of Ajanta caves’. Sculptures and Buddhist paintings with zari yarns to differentiate Paithani sarees from all other types of silks saris sold across the country.

A Paithani Sari is a legendary legacy; it is a priceless heirloom for the Maharashtrian community.

The kaleidoscopic effect of Paithani sarees looks absolutely magical and so does the rich tapestry-like appeal.

Gharchola Sarees

Gharchola Sarees have golden borders all through them. Gharcholas are another wedding staple from Gujarat and the western parts of Rajasthan. Earlier these sarees came for the bride from the groom’s family and would be worn by the bride in the 2nd part of the wedding which showed her movement from one family to the other.


Many Gujarati brides wear Gharchola sari as a drape over their heads, along with the Panetar on their big day. Typically created in the sacred colors of red and green, these sarees are the best in quality. They boast of the vivid Indian culture with ornate motifs inspired by Indian art, sculptures, birds, animals, butterflies, and floral motifs, etc.

At times, these sarees also have the bandhani designs on them.

Pure Mysore Silk Sarees

 

Pure silk sarees are famous for their purity, resilience, and elegance. Mysore silk, Bangalore silk, handloom silk, Tussar silk saree, Mulberry Silk, Raw silk, etc are renowned Indian weaves like Muga Sarees from Assam, Patola Sarees from Rajkot, Sambalpuri silks from Orissa, Pattu Sari from Tamil Nadu and Kasavu Silk from Kerala are quite popular amongst brides as wedding sarees. Mysore Silk is as famous as Mysore Sandalwood. They are available all over India.

 

These sarees are available in deep, jewel tones, intricate woven designs and often have brocade or woven gold/ copper border and pallus.

 

Usually, family heirlooms and heavy silk sarees are every girl’s dream. If you are getting married soon, you can get these sarees added to your wedding trousseau.


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