The bride and the groom are the most important member of any wedding because they are the ones tying the knot or getting hitched to spend their whole life together. Family members, relatives and friends are present on the couple’s big day to witness their love for each other.
Weddings are chaotic filled with fun and happy moments and Indian wedding, in particular, have so many ceremonies before the actual wedding that the engaged couple has to go through. For each of these small ceremonies, dresses are important to match the theme of the rituals.
Since we are talking about dresses, even though each ceremony in a Marathi wedding have their unique dress depending on the occasion. But the wedding dress for the couple is the most necessary element to match the wedding theme and they are usually made of nauvari materials. So, below is the list of some of the beautiful nauvari Marathi wedding dresses for couples. And all the engaged couples about to get married soon should take a glimpse at the below designs.
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Nauvari Marathi Wedding Dress for Couple
1. Pink Theme Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The groom wore a pink turban. He has donned on an Anarkali-type kurta that is essentially divided into two parts, the upper has fine gold round prints over the pink cloth and the down part is just plain white cloth with embroidered pink-gold border. The pant he wore is simply made from white cloth. He also has a pink dupatta material on him with a pink and gold floral embroidered border.
Bride: The wedding saree of the bride is made from pink cloth with thick gold embroidered border and small intricate flower and peacock prints inside. The blouse is beautifully made with leaves and small flowers in gold heavy prints over the pink cloth. She also donned on a blue floral print dupatta and a checkered pink belt around her waist.
2. Green and White Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The Pagdi of the groom is made from green material and has details gold and red border on it. He has worn a plain white kurta and pants. The dupatta material stands out with a thick gold-red border and small round prints in the green part of the dupatta and has beautiful peacock patterns on the down red part. He even has an orange belt around his waist.
Bride: The blouse of the bride is purely red with coin-like materials attached around the neck and the hands have heavy checkered gold detailed prints. The wedding attire is made similar to the groom’s dupatta material with thick red-gold borders on both sides and gold prints on the green part. The dupatta of the bride is deep pink with silver and different shades of pink patterns on it.
3. Orange and Red Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The wedding attire of the groom is made with dark red material and small gold prints on it. The skin colour Pagdi is symmetrically designed and there are pearled jewelled materials attached to it. He wore a skin colour simple voluminous dhoti.
Bride: The nauvari saree of the bride is made from orange cloth with an intricate embroidered red and gold border. The blouse is dark red, have small flower-like patterns on it and has a thick floral border using white-gold threads.
4. White, Pink and Yellow Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The groom here has donned on a plain off-white kurta with some working of knots to attach it and a light gold thin flower border. He wore an off-white dhoti. The turban is made of dark pink cloth similar to the dupatta with a thin gold border.
Bride: The saree of the bride is made from yellow cloth and an intricate detailed gold-pink border. The blouse material is also made of dark pink cloth with a thick gold border on the hands and small patterns inside. The dupatta is violet in colour with a triangular patterned border and small patterns, and the ends have peacock-like paintings on the border.
5. Purple Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The wedding attire of the groom is simple as he wore a simple white kurta and deep pink dhoti with thin gold boundary.
Bride: The nauvari saree of the bride is made of deep pink clothing material and it has flowers and leaf branches on them all around in gold with a thin gold border. The blouse is green with intricate workings in gold on the hands.
6. Violet, Green and Off-White Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: This groom has chosen an off-white plain kurta. Though, he seems to keep the dhoti and the dupatta material the same in violet with think silver border. The turban is completely made of red cloth.
Bride: The nauvari saree material of the bride is made of bottle green in colour and the boundary is violet with thick detailed silver patterns on that part. The dupatta is made from the same material as the groom’s but it has some beautiful silver detailed floral prints on the border and the end of the dupatta.
7. Another Purple Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The white kurta of the groom is simple. He seems to be also wearing a deep pink dhoti with a thin gold border. The dupatta is made of dark pink cloth and a thick floral embroidered gold border with checkered patterns inside. And he has worn a purple Pagdi too with a jewelled headpiece.
Bride: The bride looks absolutely beautiful in her nauvari saree which is made of dark pink cloth. It has a thick gold floral border and small patterns inside. The blouse has checkered patterns and a gold border on the hand. The dupatta is made from dark pink cloth with honey-bee like patterns and a gold-green border at the end.
8. Blue Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The turban of the groom is made of dark blue cloth with round silver patterns. The wedding attire is an Anarkali type kurta with a dark blue and silver border at the end. The waist belt and the dupatta are also made from the same material as the Pagdi.
Bride: The wedding saree is made of dark blue cloth with thick silver boundary and small silver workings inside. The blouse is heavily patterned in silver on the hands and around the neck. The dupatta is a net cloth one with checkered patterns.
9. Blue, Green and White Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The groom wore a simple white kurta and pants. The belt, the dupatta and the turban are made from the same clothing dark blue material which has a thick red-gold border.
Bride: The saree of the bride is in dark blue material with a thick silver border. The blouse and the belt is made from the same dark green materials intricately designed in gold patterns all over. The small prints on the green dupatta stand out too with a thin border.
10. Purple and Orange Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The kurta material of the groom is made with skin-colour cloth that has an orange part on the chest area and knots are present to tie the material together. He has donned on a dupatta which has a thick gold border and round patterns on it. The dhoti is simple with a thin gold border.
Bride: The wedding material of the bride is made from small gold printed orange cloth with thin pink-gold boundary and violet-pink-green border patterns on the pallu. The blouse is dark pink with small gold prints. The dupatta is the same material as the groom’s with a thick gold border and cross patterns.
11. Purple and White Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The white kurta of the groom is simple. The dhoti and the dupatta material is the same in dark pink and thin orange border.
Bride: The bride’s nauvari saree is dark pink with peacock-like patterns in gold on the thick green border. It has some small gold prints on it too. The blouse is made from green cloth with the same boundary as the saree. The pallu of the saree though has orange in it.
12. Orange, Green and White Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The groom wore a simple white Anarkali style kurta and white pants. The pagdi and the belt is made of the same cloth with a light orange border. The dupatta is in bright orange and green parts in the end with a light orange-green border.
Bride: The bride wore a bright orange saree which has a floral embroidered border in light orange, green and pink. The blouse is also made from the same saree material with similar patterns and a thin border. The green cloth of the dupatta has some small fine prints with a gold border and the end part has huge flower plant designs in red, violet, orange and gold.
13. Green and Red Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The groom wore an off white sherwani and skin colour dhoti. He has also donned on the green and red turban. The peacock patterned green dupatta also looks fine.
Bride: The gorgeous saree of the bride is made of green cloth and heavy intricate patterns with a thick gold border. Both of them has a beautiful red cloth that connects them.
14. White, Yellow and Green Nauvari Wedding Dress
Groom: The kurta material is white with small gold patterns. The dhoti and the dupatta are similar with a purple and gold border, and the dupatta has gold prints on it. The turban is similar to the dupatta.
Bride: The bride is wearing a light yellow nauvari saree with white detailed white prints and a thick white border. The green blouse has beautiful intricate a gold border on the hands and gold patterns on it. The dark pink dupatta has big flowers on it in green and gold.
15. Bright Colours for Nauvari Wedding Dress for the Couple
Groom: This groom has a light yellow pagdi on his head. The bright blue kurta stands out with small skin colour prints around and is heavily designed on the buttoned area. He also wore a white skin-colour dupatta as well as the same colour dhoti.
Bride: The bride donned on bright yellow nauvari saree with a white-pink embroidered border. The pallu is intricately designed in dark pink with silver patterns on it. The dupatta and the blouse are similar to the pallu of the saree.
The Marathi couples seem to appear so happy and in love with each and that is visible from the pictures. If you are about to get married and need some inspiration, then I hope the above collection will make it easier for you to decide. So with that note, I end this article here and wish all the couples a very happy wedding life ahead!
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