Saree Wearing Ideas for indian wedding
Saree Wearing Ideas for Indian Home Wedding
It is common for every Indian girl to have a dream wedding. While for some it may be a simple wedding at a temple, for others it could be a Priyanka-Nick style wedding. However, with Covid-19 making its mark prominently in our world these days, it is not uncommon for girls to finally settle for a wedding at home like it used to be in India many decades back. Also, while many girls have their ideas of where and how weddings should take place, what remains the same across all of them is their penchant for wearing rich and elegant sarees throughout the event.
As Indian weddings see a lot of traditional wedding outfits, a bride can look differently in different outfits. Here, we are listing a few saree wearing ideas that you may consider for your home wedding.
1. Punjabi Style
In Punjabi weddings, sarees can be worn in different ways; even though the essential structures remain the same – a long piece of fabric, a petticoat, and a blouse. One essential style of draping is to have the pallu from the back and having it draped over the shoulder. In a way, this style imitates the salwar kameez style. The best part about this saree wearing style is that it is feminine and very structured. This style is perfectly suited for formal occasions. While wearing a Punjabi saree for your wedding at your home, make sure to match it up with accessories like jhumkis and churis. Here you have the liberty of choosing different colors and styles matching your taste and other requirements.
2. Nivi Style
How about wearing your wedding saree the Andhra style? The Nivi style that is fast gaining popularity world over requires you to tuck the saree in the underskirt. This has to be done in your waist region from right to left. All you need to ensure is length to be consistent throughout. Once the lower part of the saree is done, you can wrap the saree around. Next up, you need to form pleats for the pallu. This can be done by taking the shorter ends of your saree. For a single pallu, pin your saree to the blouse on your left shoulder. You can now start making pleats using the remaining part of the saree. Once complete, tuck it at the center of your waist.
3. Seedha-Pallu Style
Want to make a style statement during your wedding, in an authentic Gujarati style? Then try wearing your wedding saree the Seedha-Pallu style. First, you need to tuck the non-pallu end of your saree around the waist area in the underskirt. Now, make the pleats and have them tucked in the center of your waist. Pallu then needs to be taken around your waist for making pleats. Once done, they need to be pinned on your right shoulder. As the last step, take the pallu corner to your left end and pin it there. Consider pairing this wedding saree with gold ornaments like Maang tikka, Nath long chain, etc.
4. Nauvari Style
The Nauvari style of wearing your saree for the wedding indicates the courageous side of you. A typical Maratha style of wearing saree, Nauvari requires you to take the inner section and tuck it around the waist from behind. Next up, you need to tie the knot after bringing the ends of the saree to the front side between the legs. 5-6 pleats have to be made and tucked around your waist area. As the last step, the pallu pleats need to be made and pinned to your left shoulder.
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