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Who does not love weddings? I mean, they are gorgeous and beautiful, and it is just another amazing thing to watch the union of two love souls. When talking about weddings, Indian weddings are filled with beautifully vibrant and bright colours everywhere with so many pre-wedding and post-wedding ceremonies.
Unlike North Indian weddings, South Indian weddings are a bit different. The saree is the most important material for the bride which she will wear on her big day. And that saree comes in different styles and is made up of different unique materials. A South Indian wedding saree for the traditional bride comes at its best – from bright colours, elegant borders, rich silk, unique designs and beautiful heavy working pallus. Each intricate detail is used to design them and we can see some gorgeous craftsmanship. The materials generally used to make the sarees are Kanjeevaram silk, Kevasu silk, Chettinad silk, Gadwal silk, Dharmavaram silk, Mysore silk and Narayanpeth silk. The designers make pretty heavy designs to make a bride look beautiful, elegant and graceful as well as give a royal touch with bride colours.
So, keeping up with the latest trend in the South Indian wedding sarees, we bring you some of the amazing designs for traditional brides from which you can browse if you are about to get married to your groom soon. Choose whichever you love the most!
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South Indian Wedding Saree for Traditional Bride
Litchi silk wedding saree in pink
Some simplicity in the saree design at its best – this bride wears a light pink traditional saree made with Litchi silk material. It is bordered with light grey and has some round patterns stitched here and there. The blouse is also paired up with light pink and light grey. Completing the look, she wears heavy jewellery and flowers are adorned.
Kanjivaram silk wedding saree in dual colours
What a unique combo of colours is used on the Kanjivaram saree here! The embroidered border has some amazing patterns in deep pink with heavy work and the orange brightens them with a deep pink small border. And then baby orange is used on the inside. The blouse comes with a similar design and colour. The bride also wears simple traditional jewellery and white flowers.
Kanjivaram silk wedding saree in red
This Telegu wedding bride wears a rich red colour Kanjivaram saree with some handloom designs with light red round patterns here and there in the overall design with a simple light red border. The blouse has some gorgeous intricate patterns made around the elbow and above which are done over the bright red silk. Heavy pieces of jewellery are donned with red and white flowers by her.
Kanjivaram silk wedding saree for bride in pink shades
Now that’s a combo that makes this bride beautify her already beautiful look. Pink shades of dark and light are used on her saree with just a simple border. The blouse has some heavy workings done with shiny silver thread over the red material. She also wears light pieces of jewellery to complete her look.
Kanjivaram silk wedding saree in yellow and red
The combo of yellow and red on this Kanjivaram wedding saree is not something you see every day. The bride glorifies her look in that which has some patterns in light yellow and the heavily embroidered border with yellow and red. The blouse also has some detailed and unique designs done using golden threads.
South Indian wedding saree in pure violet
This bride looks awestruck! The pure violet on silky material with leaves-like patterns and rich violet border only enhances her look. The blouse is also done in pure violet with peacock wings patterns done using dark gold.
South Indian Wedding Saree for bride in orange and green
Heavily designed beautiful silk wedding saree for the South Indian bride below has the unique colour combination of deep orange and grassy green. The embroidered border is done in bright orange and inside patterns are small with green colour. The blouse has some heavy designs too with gold and silver threads over the orange silk.
South Indian wedding saree in light orange
This wedding saree silk material has the obvious colour in light orange with a border in the same shade. The golden blouse is heavily worked though with jewel pieces and gold threads. The bride donning the orange and white garlands and jewellery only enhance her beauty more.
Kerala bride in red and gold wedding saree
Simplicity is the main theme here. This Kerala bride wears an amazing South Indian wedding saree which has some intricate details done using gold handlooms and red is used for the silk. The blouse also comes with similar patterns and designs.
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South Indian wedding saree in blue and orange
The saree design material is so gorgeous. We hardly get to see such a unique variation of the colour combo – ocean blue and rich orange. Elephant and floral patterns are used in the ocean blue area with rich orange and gold borders. The blouse has some embroidered work in gold over the orange silk.
Mysore silk South Indian wedding saree in red
Mysore cotton silk is used as the material for this bride’s wedding saree. The bright red colour gives out such a graceful and happy vibe with small gold patterns on the border and inside the saree. This is overall a simple design.
Kanjivaram silk saree for bride in red and grey
The bride is so beautiful wearing this Kanjivaram silk saree which has some embroidered patterns in grey with a rich red border. The blouse is also embroidered using silver threads on red cloth.
Violet with gold magic in the saree
This South Indian bride is wearing a violet silk saree for her wedding day. The intricate floral patterns are all over the saree with a gold border. The blouse is designed heavily with gold jewel patterns.
South Indian wedding bride in blue silk saree
This is also a simple saree design that looks classy and traditionally elegant with blue silk and on that some beautiful gold patterns with a small gold border. The blouse is bright yellow though with tree-like patterns in gold.
Kerala silk saree in white and gold
Another simple designer saree we have here is especially adorned by brides in Kerala in their South Indian wedding. This is just a white with gold pallu traditional saree and the red classy blouse has some circle golden patterns at the end.
South Indian bridal saree in cream and red-gold
When a bride wears such a South Indian silk saree, they give the impression of Goddess Durga in colour and embroidered border in gold and red. The blouse also comes with small floral patterns over the red silk.
South Indian saree for weddings in pink and blue
Rich pink and blue are used to make the silk saree material which is suitable for South Indian brides. Square patterns on the saree with a rich gold border and the blouse has flowers in pink over the bright blue cloth.
The red magic on the South Indian wedding saree
Another beautiful rich red silk saree has floral patterns intricated almost everywhere and a rich embroidered gold border. The blouse is made of another set of square patterns over the orange and red cloths with jewel stitched at the end.
In a day full of chaos amidst the various ceremonies, a bride needs to feel beautiful and classy on her wedding day and the wedding dress is the most important material for that. Choosing the right material that suits a bride is going to enhance her already glowing look, so the dress is handpicked and chosen. For most Indian weddings, a lehenga or saree is used as the wedding dress and for South Indian weddings especially, Kanchivaram or Mysore or Kasavu or any other silk is used which comes in varying designs and patterns in bright and rich colours.
Hence, if you are a South Indian as well as a bride who is going to get married soon, you should check out the list of beautiful and amazing wedding sarees for the traditional brides which I am guaranteed that you already have and hopefully chosen the one for yourself. And I end on a note of wishing the brides a happy married life!
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