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Article: Must-Have Sarees in Every Bride's Collection: A Timeless Elegance

Must-Have Sarees in Every Bride's Collection: A Timeless Elegance

Must-Have Sarees in Every Bride's Collection: A Timeless Elegance

Sarees are not just garments; they are a piece of art that embodies the rich cultural heritage of India. Every region of India has its unique style of saree, each telling a story of tradition, craftsmanship, and elegance. A bride adorned in a stunning saree is a vision of grace and beauty, and the choice of a saree can make all the difference. Thus, selecting the perfect saree is a crucial decision, as it not only reflects their style but also carries the weight of tradition and symbolism. 

As a bride embarks on this new chapter of her life, she seeks sarees that not only enhance her beauty but also resonate with her soul. The journey of a woman is not just about the wedding day but also about the memories she’ll create as she steps into a new role in her life. Each saree in her collection tells a story that has been passed down through generations. Every mother tells her daughter about these sarees that fit all occasions. From the everyday elegance of Chiffon to the regal charm of Banarasi silk, each saree in this collection is a timeless piece of art that celebrates the rich heritage of Indian craftsmanship.

The collection curated here is a blend of tradition and modernity, offering a range of sarees that are perfect for every occasion. Whether it's a family gathering, a festive celebration, or a casual outing, these sarees are sure to make a statement and leave a lasting impression.

Chiffon Saree

Known for its sheer, lightweight fabric, chiffon sarees are elegant and flowy, making them a perfect choice for special occasions. They drape beautifully and are often embellished with intricate embroidery or sequins for a glamorous look.  Its appearance in Bollywood movies over the years has solidified the urge of every woman to have her own movie moment. Bring the Yash Chopra magic to your everyday life, with this timeless classic.

A)The Chiffon Handwork Saree in Peach
The perfect saree for your Roka ceremony that encapsulates tradition and modernity. Pair this with gold or silver jewelry of your choice but make sure to leave your gorgeous hair down.

B) Gota Patti Pure Chiffon Saree in Yellow
If you’re still looking for the perfect Haldi outfit, then here’s your sign to fulfill your Bollywood fantasy by wearing this chiffon saree. The gota work adds the right amount of charm while making sure to keep you comfortable so that you enjoy the event just as much as the guests.

C)Rajputi Chiffon Saree in Orange
The Mooh-Dikhai ceremony saree that every bride deserves to look drop-dead beautiful in. Tying age-old rituals and colors together with the most lightweight of materials, this saree will pair charmingly with your dulhan chooda’s.

Maheshwari Saree

Originating from the town of Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh, Maheshwari sarees are characterized by their unique borders and pallu designs. They are usually made of silk and cotton, giving them a rich texture and a luxurious feel. A must-have for every bride, the Maheshwari saree exudes tradition and elegance. Thus making it a perfect choice for all-time ethnic looks, whether it's a family gathering or a festive celebration.

A)Maheshwari Silk Saree in Green
The rich fabric and exquisite design of this deep green Maheshwari saree is splendid for your Mehendi ceremony. This is the ideal choice if you're searching for something that will be incredibly comfortable without sacrificing on style.

B)Rich Pink Maheshwari Silk Saree
Maheshwari sarees are a stunning option for timeless ethnic styles. They are a wonderful attire for the first pooja or visiting temples after marriage. The perfect emblem of your newlywed status, pink ensures that you stand out.

Banarasi Heavy Jaal Saree

Banarasi sarees are renowned for their rich silk fabric and intricate zari work. The heavy jaal design, featuring elaborate motifs all over the saree, makes it a timeless classic and a must-have for every bride. For all those special events and ceremonies that happen after marriage, the Banarasi heavy jaal saree is your perfect companion.

A)Banarasi Khaddi Floral Jaal Saree
The Sangeet night at an Indian wedding makes you feel like you’re in the Deewangi Deewangi music video from Om Shanti Om. When that’s the vibe the bride and groom should look no less than the main characters and thats where this elegant Black Banarasi Floral Jaal Saree steps in.

B)Red Full Jaal Banarasi Georgette Saree
What is the one thing you require most in your phera outfit? Comfort. You’ll be sitting at the mandap for a very long time and your jewelry is going to be heavy thus you want a saree that does not weigh you down but still add the traditional charm. Enter the red full jaal banarasi georgette saree, the answer to all your wedding questions.

Satin Saree

The most loved saree by women, young or old, the satin saree makes you feel like you’ve stepped out of a Bollywood movie. Perfect for casual day outings or dinner dates post-marriage, this saree is known for its smooth and lustrous finish. They are often chosen for their elegant drape and luxurious look, making them a popular choice for weddings and formal events.

A)Lavender Satin Saree
No matter where you’re going for your honeymoon, make sure to add this romantic lavender and violet satin saree to your bag. Make this look more photogenic by adding jewelery of your choice and get your husband to twin with you in a similar shade of purple.

Linen Saree

An anytime, easy-to-wear royal saree that pairs beautifully with the right jewelry. Linen sarees are lightweight and breathable, making them perfect for summer weddings. They are known for their crisp texture and understated elegance, making them a versatile addition to any bridal collection.

A)Off White Printed Linen Saree
Its the kul devi pooja before all the wedding festivities start and you want to wear motif’s but they feel too heavy. Here’s a saree that will not weigh you down and is a versatile piece for your wardrobe.

B)Digital Print Linen Saree in Baby Pink
Another honeymoon addition is this charming baby pink saree with a floral digital print which is an elegant choice you don’t want to miss out on. Pair with simple gold jewlery and complement the saree by adding a purple or pink clutch in a darker shade.

Banarasi Kora Organza Saree

Ideal for poojas and festive occasions, the Banarasi Kora organza sarees are made from a transparent, lightweight fabric that gives them a delicate and ethereal look. The Banarasi touch adds a touch of tradition and sophistication to these sarees.

A)Banarasi Kora Silk Saree in Gold Yellow 
Another Haldi outfit recommendation that makes sure that you as the bride get to retain all the spotlight. The classic zari weaving adds the element of shine and a graceful drape is a guarantee because of its light material.

B)Kora Silk Saree in Mehroon Red
If you want to ditch the trend train and opt for something everlasting, an authentic traditional maroon red saree for your phere is the way to go. Pay homage to your country and culture by wearing this splendid work of art.

C)Kora Silk Saree in Pastel Blue
Picture this you’re going home for the Pag Phera after marriage, you’re wearing your gorgeous red chooda’s and you drape this sky blue saree that has complemented the rest of your jewlery perfectly. What a picture-perfect moment indeed! Go shine in all your new bride glory.

Banarasi Soft Silk Saree

Perfect for family gatherings, poojas, weddings, and celebrations, Soft silk sarees are known for their smooth texture and rich, vibrant colors. The intricate zari work and traditional motifs make them a favorite among brides looking for a traditional yet luxurious saree.

A)Rose Pink Banarasi Soft Silk Saree
If you’re planning to leave an unforgettable first impression on your in-laws, this rose pink saree for your Roka Ceremony is perfect. Also known as semi-georgette sarees, the zari buti work really helps elevate the ensemble to another level.

B)Pista Green Floral Jaal Banarasi Soft Silk Saree
If the theme for your mehendi ceremony is pastels, then you’ve found just the piece for you. The pista green paired with touches of rani pink come together beautifully to help you embody the main character energy for your wedding.

C)Rani Pink Banarasi Zari Soft Silk Saree
An unbeatable choice for both your pag phera or temple visit after marriage, this versatile piece features a beautiful zari detailing. A saree in your wardrobe that will definitiley be worn time and time again, make sure to care for it in the right way.

Bandhej Saree

Perfect for family gatherings, poojas, weddings, and celebrations, Bandhej sarees, also known as Bandhani sarees, are characterized by their tie-dye patterns. They are vibrant and colorful, making them a popular choice for festive occasions.

A)Orange Leheriya Bandhej Saree
A Mooh Dikhai ceremony favourite is the color orange. It provides respite from the heavy colors you’ve been wearing the entire wedding and yet continues to inculcate heritage in your outfit. This leheriya print also is a nod to traditions cherished in our culture for generations now.

Gota Patti Saree

Gota Patti work involves intricate embroidery using applique work and metallic ribbons. It adds a touch of glamour and elegance to the saree, making it a favorite among brides. Every newlywed bride needs to add this work of art to her wardrobe because of its ability to glam up the most ordinary of events.

A)Olive Green Gota Patti Saree
Another mehendi pick you don’t want to miss having a look at is this gorgeous light green saree with gold gota work. An outfit that intertwines royal looks without sacrificing on comfort. Add floral jewlery to complete your outfit and then dance the evening away!

B)Lilac Gota Patti Saree
If you’re looking for something lightweight yet absolutely gorgeous for your honeymoon to wherever in the world, this saree is your best friend. A soft graceful drape because of the chiffon material will make sure you can explore the city without any problem.

Ghatchola Saree

Ghatchola or Gharchola sarees are also known for their vibrant colors and intricate patterns. They are traditionally woven using a special technique that creates a raised effect, giving them a unique texture and appearance. Most recently seen on Deepika Padukone at the Ambani pre-wedding festivities, this saree is symbol signifying the bonds of marriage specially among Gujarati’s.

A)White and Red Gharchola Bandhani Saree
Ideal for both kul devi ki pooja and mandir visits after the wedding, this Gharchola saree features an intricate white and red pattern. Come embrace tradition and Indian roots with every outfit you wear.

B)Dark Blue Bandhani Gharchola Saree
Make a statement at your Dwar Rokai ceremony with this beautiful dark blue Gharchola saree. Featuring the traditional blocks that signify ‘togetherness’, the gajji silk material will keep you comfortable throughout the festivities!

Bagru Print Saree:

Bagru print is a form of hand block printing done by natural colours followed by the Chippa's (involved in fabric printing tradition for over 100 years) in Bagru, India. Chanderi sarees are known for their lightweight fabric and luxurious feel. The Bagru touch adds a traditional twist to these sarees, making them a perfect blend of elegance and heritage. While the soft and breathable cotton fabric makes them another great option for casual wear. It is perfect for everyday wear and adds a touch of elegance to any bridal closet.

A)Green Maheshwari Bagru Chanderi Saree
The versatility of a bagru print saree allows you to wear this  either at your at home mehendi ceremony or even at your hill-station honeymoon. This naturally dyed saree features a heavy floral print that enhances its magnificence.

B)Red Bagru Print Cotton Saree
An absolutle must-have in your ethnic wardrobe, this very comfortable and breathable cotton saree with a bagru print fit for the summers. Wear it at your mooh-dikhai or pack it for your pag phera rasam, you’re all set to drop jaw’s.

Tissue Saree

They are a very popular choice among women for their lightweight and sheer texture. These sarees are woven with a combination of silk and other fibers, giving them a delicate and elegant appearance. Especially known for their subtle sheen, tissue sarees are often embellished with intricate designs making them perfect for special occasions and events.

A)Wine Tissue Silk Saree
If you were holding your breath for a reception recommendation, here it is. This shade of wine, stripped of any other embellishments allows you to go crazy with your jewlery and ultimately let your personality shine in the way you want!

B)Golden Tissue Silk Saree
We’re not done yet! If you’re in the mood to shake things up for your reception a little bit then this golden tissue silk saree is the perfect find. Flaunt your bridal chooda’s, put your hair up in a pretty bun and watch the evening unfold with your family and friends.

Chikankari Saree

Ideal for family dinners, casual dinners, and days at ease, the Chikankari saree is known for its delicate embroidery work. Lucknowi Chikankari stood as the highest symbol of royalty during the Mughal era and still carries the same charm.The intricate patterns and motifs created using white thread on lightweight fabrics give it a timeless and elegant look.

A)Yellow Kota Chikankari Saree
Figuring out how to get the best pictures at your honeymoon and recreate your favourite bollywood moments with you husband? This yellow chikankari saree just solved all your problems. The yellow on yellow threadwork really brings the whole ensemble together paired with jewelery of your choice and comfortable heels.

B)Sage Green Lucknowi Tepchi Saree
Your bridal saree wardrobe is incomplete without a very popular stitch in chikankari saree- the lucknowi tepchi. Get your hands on this artwork in sage green to stay on trend for 2024 while making sure to remain comfy. Pair with some light green or opal jewelery for finishing touches if you wear it as a sangeet or pag phera ensemble!

BONUS:

Bandhej and Gharchola Dupatta

Bandhej and Gharchola dupattas are known for their vibrant colors and intricate tie-dye patterns. They are often embellished with mirror work or embroidery, making them popular especially among new brides, for festive occasions. A bandhej or gharchola dupatta can easily add the traditional touch you might require for an outfit! Be it a lehenga, a kurti or a saree, a bandhej dupatta is what you must have in your wardrobe.

Opt for this hot pink gharchola dola silk dupatta, or this red gharchola fit for a bride. If you’re looking for something versatile then make sure to check out this multicolor patola dupatta or this yellow patola dupatta. For the full collection of our dupatta’s: click here!

Each of these sarees is a masterpiece in its own right, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and exquisite

craftsmanship of India. Whether you're a bride-to-be or simply a saree enthusiast, these sarees are a must-have in your collection. They not only elevate your style but also connect you to the rich traditions and artistry of Indian craftsmanship. Choose your saree wisely, and let it be a reflection of your personal style and the timeless elegance of Indian culture.

 

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