10 Must Have Sarees In Your Wedding Trousseau From Across India - Part I

10 Must Have Sarees In Your Wedding Trousseau From Across India - Part I

It’s time to start shopping for your big day and could anything get more exciting? There will be a huge list on your mind when it comes to the trousseau but we are here to help you with the most elegant attire - the saree! Whether it’s special occasions or a party - you would want to drape a saree soon enough and with out list you can pick out the must have sarees for your trousseau from across the country.

India is home to many designs, styles, fabrics and embroidery and each of these elements make every state’s saree a unique one and a must-have! The rich colours or the intricate work make these attires no less than a piece of art and you are sure to rock the elegant look in these sarees!

 

Kasavu from Kerala

Kasavu from Kerala

Classic white with a thick gold border - this saree will never go out of styles!

 

Kanjeevaram from Tamil Nadu

Kanjeevaram from Tamil Nadu

Luxurious colours on silk - Kanjeevaram is all you need for a glamorous look!

 

Bomkai from Odisha

Bomkai from Odisha

Ikat embroidery and thread work on a variety of materials - Bomkai is a must have in your wedding trousseau.

 

Paithani from Maharashtra

Paithani from Maharashtra

This handwoven beauty in silk is something every bride should pack in her wedding trousseau!

 

Bandhani from Gujarat

Bandhani from Gujarat

This tie and dye saree works well as daily wear and doubles as a gorgeous drape for any special occasion!

 

Banarasi from Varanasi

Banarasi from Varanasi

Gold and silver zari work - need we say more on these beauties?

 

Muga from Assam

Muga from Assam

This special type of silk is comfortable and has a glamourous look - what more could you ask for?

 

Chanderi from Madhya Pradesh

Chanderi from Madhya Pradesh

Made from a combination of silk, zari and cotton, these gorgeous weaves are lighter than others and have a royal feel to them!

 

Leheriya from Rajasthan

Leheriya from Rajasthan

This is another form of Bandhani and has its own unique charm.

 

Chikankari from Lucknow

Chikankari from Lucknow

These hand embroidered sarees are as elegant as they get and you should definitely have one in your trousseau!


*Images: Pinterest, Ethnic Photography
 

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