Our Top 10 South-Indian Brides and Their Gorgeous Bridal Wear!
Every state in our country has its own culture and tradition and hence, also has its own way of celebrating a wedding. One of those weddings that happen to capture our interests a lot are South Indian weddings. After we recently put up a blog on all you need to know about South Indian temple jewellery, we thought that simply wasn’t enough to do justice to all the gorgeous elements of a wedding held in the Southern parts of our land. All the beautiful Kanjeevaram sarees, hair that puts Garnier’s Long and Strong to shame and all the intricate decoration on it really need a place of their own! So we put together a list of our top 10 South-Indian bridal looks for you to delve into for all the wedding inspo that you may need.
Keep scrolling to have your breaths taken away, just like ours!
Her choice of rust orange and blue compliments the gold in her minimal bridal jewellery perfectly. What steals the show is her gorgeous muthu jadai and the floral arrangement on her hair!
This bride had two changes during the course of her wedding ceremonies and she pulled off both of them effortlessly. Our favourite is the green and red Kanjeevaram saree and that statement temple jewellery neckpiece that goes along with it. Her second bridal look has her in a simple yellow saree and a pink embroidered blouse. Once again, her jewellery does the talking!
Nirosha’s orange polka dotted Kanjeevaram saree with a gold border goes perfectly with her fusion of temple and Kundan jewellery. Also, we don’t which one’s more captivating: her intense eyes or her gorgeous Kundan maang-tikka!
This blushing bride takes hair décor to another level! The winding style of her mogu-jadai is definitely something to take cues from. We also love how the thin blue line under her eyes matches the exact shade of her bridal saree, giving them some lovely definition!
Achala knows how to rock the minimal look the right way. Her classic red Kanjeevaram saree with a gold border matches her maang-tikka and earrings as well as the adornment on her plait. Though the coin temple jewellery on her neck is a completely different design, it blends perfectly with her entire attire. This is how you do melange!
This bride defines beautiful! You can never go wrong in a good Kanjeevaram. We love how the stone in her maang-tikka exactly matches her shade of lipstick. Plus, her gold hair adornment combined with the jasmines delivers a stunningly traditional look.
Pavithra chose a lovely rani pink and cream Kanjeevaram saree with beautifully done embroidery on the blouse to balance out the light tone. Her layered necklaces certainly make a statement, standing out against the cream silk background.
Happy brides are the prettiest. This bride wore a maroon saree with all-over prints. The stone on her maang-tikka matches matches her saree beautifully and the minimal gold hints give the saree a festive look.
Bridal swag level 6000! This bride shows us exactly why red and gold are the most used colours in Indian weddings. Again, apart from her trendy pose and sunglasses, her hair looks fabulous in that winding mogu-jadai!
Pretty in pink! Once again, this south Indian bride has her bridal look on point. Check out the intricacy on her gold temple jewellery set.