Wedding Saree 2012
The Wedding Saree 2012 or Bridal saree is given a lot of importance in India. Indian Saris come in different fabrics from cotton to silk, from georgettes to crapes. Jewellery obviously highlights the look of the bride but the Wedding Saree 2012 is given a lot of emphasis. In India, Pakistan and Bangladesh there is no greater event in a family than a wedding.
Bridal sarees can range from a few thousand to a few lac rupees. There is no limit as far as variety in Indian bridal sarees is concerned. Sarees are very much in fashion especially during a traditional Indian wedding. Nowadays, during wedding ceremonies women prefer to wear sarees in various styles. Designers have advanced with new ways to drape Wedding Saree 2012s, which have become quite popular among today’s women. It also gives a luxurious and graceful look at the same time. The bridal Wedding Saree 2012 is very important in India. Indian Sarees come in different fabrics ranging from cotton to silk, from georgettes to crapes, from traditional like Banarasi to Kanjeevaram or a silk. Wedding Saree 2012s are the most gorgeous items that Indian women yearn to own.
The artisans of India showcase their proficiency in embellishing these particular type of sarees. These Wedding Saree are created by employing embroideries like kundan, sequins, dabka, zari, gotta patti, zardouzi work. The artisans while creating the sarees keep in mind the culture, religion, tradition and the intensity of the occasion. The fabric and color of the sarees vary according to the regional culture. As per the difference in culture and tradition, separate regions have their distinct style of wearing sarees like the Gujaratis` wear sarees with the “pallu” at the front while Punjabi and the women of east India mainly West Bengal, wear the sarees that allows the “pallu” to fall backwards. Wedding Saree 2012 from India are basically created on silk with zari motifs at pallus and sometimes in the entire body. Though most Wedding Saree 2012 is traditional Indian sarees, the artisans have also amalgamated modern trends into them.
Posted on September 28, 2011, in Saree and tagged Indian Saree 2012, Indian Saree Designs 2012, Latest Indian Saree Designs, Saree 2012, Saree Designs 2012, Traditional Indian Saree, Wedding Saree, Wedding Saree 2012. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.