Sunday, October 25, 2009

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ere is no limit as far as variety in Indian bridal dresses are concerned. This is because every part of India manufactures its own peculiar style in terms of the weaves, embroidery and fabric. The most expensive are considered the south silk ones that are woven with pure gold. In fact it is said that if one had to remove the gold threads and melt them then anything from a few grams to almost a kilo of gold can be produced.

Today Indian wedding dresses have a lot of work done on them. Zari, embroidery, organza, zardozi, sequins, cut work, mirror work, patchwork, pearl work, kundan, are all different kinds of work, which beautify the sari. In India some professionals offer Bridal Trousseau Packing services for Indian bridal wedding dresses. Here, wedding dresses & other items of the wedding trousseau are neatly packed into suit cases & decorated.

The traditional style of marriage is followed, it is being totally re-vamped. The traditional colors of the wedding dresses of red and pink are being replaced by peach, wine and burgundy. Colors and fabrics that blend with the skin are given more importance. Stiff silks in wedding dresses are being replace by fabrics like crepe, satin and chiffon.

The ghaghra choli and Lehnga are more commonly used as wedding dresses. The ghaghra is a long skirt and the choli is a short blouse that leaves the naval open. There is a long fabric, rectangular in shape that is tucked in the right hand side of the skirt so that it falls from the right shoulder to cover the choli and to give a nic look and it is called dupatta.

India is amongst the three largest countries in the world and its expanse makes it the most culturally diverse nation too. The way of dressing, the food habits, language, differs from place to place. There is also variety in the way Indian marriages are celebrated. The Indian sari is the national garment of India, which is worn by women. But this is not necessarily what she wears on her wedding day. Amongst the common wedding dresses worn in India is the Ghagra Choli.

Pure gold and wiring is used for those who can afford an extremely expensive Indian wedding dress. Otherwise there is gold and silver washed wires. Irrespective, an Indian wedding dresses invaluable at any budget, still looking as beautiful as the most expensi

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