An Indian woman always has more options for her wedding ceremonies because the ritual is not a one-day affair, but rather begins at minimum 4-5 days well before ceremony vow day and ends the evening before the reception party. She would have to choose from a variety of wedding-season costumes, ranging from a light or discreet style to a heavy bridal Pheras lehenga choli.
While planning your wedding, deciding on your ceremony day attire, makeup artist, and designer earrings can take months, if not years. The most intensive, emotionally stirring, and crucial ceremony of a Hindu marriage is "the saat pheras," which symbolises the union of two individuals for the next seven births.
Completing the bridal attire with Phera Dress
A bride from India is a spectacle to behold. She strides in beauty, adorned with a stunning banarasi lehenga or bandhej lehenga and a plethora of stylish jewellery. Brides can be finicky when it refers to their wedding outfit and will go to great lengths to get the right one.
A wedding lehenga with a wedding chunri is a traditional Indian dress worn during weddings. Brides do not wear white in traditional Indian weddings because it is a symbol of sadness. Instead, they choose a vibrant sari that expresses their ethnicity. Colors of red are commonly used because they symbolise joy, happiness and luck to the newlywed pair. Modern brides, on the other hand, prefer to stand out and have chosen colors such as blue, tangerine, green, gold, and coral. These vibrant gota patti lehengas or wedding lehengas are embellished with gems and embroidered with elaborate gold motifs made from 24 carat gold thread. The bride is then wrapped with a significant amount of designer jewels and an ornate head scarf.
The major two sorts of costumes that every bride would prefer to wear during a phera ritual, which would be the primary function of a wedding, are a lehenga and a bridal silk saree. The banarasi silks and velvety lehenga choli is back in fashion, and maroon with bold statement embroidery is a stylish choice. This season, expect more colors like wine, pastels, or cream to be the vogue for women to choose for weddings, according to contemporary aesthetics. Multi-layered styles with ruffles and pleats, as well as asymmetric layer hems, are popular again.