Designer Sarees: 13 Stately Options To Make Sure You Look Unique

Indian weddings are all about mixing trends with traditions. You want to follow all the rituals to a T but also want some dash of fashion and trendiness in the wedding. While you can’t experiment much with the rituals, you can always do something about what you wear and the designs. Pick out a classy lehenga or a saree or a gharara and make your wedding one to remember. Let’s talk show you this collection of designer sarees and blouses that you may want to consider for your D-Day.

1. Super Net Crystal Red Designer Saree

Super Net Crystal Red Designer Saree

Red is the colour of weddings, isn’t it? It is the first colour that pops out in the mind when you think about a wedding. So not keeping it as the first choice would be just plain absurd. Pair this red saree with a matching blouse and your all set.

2. Red Designer Sarees By Sabyasachi

Red Designer Sarees By Sabyasachi

Sabyasachi is known as the God of ethnic designs in India. He truly and beautifully understands the traditions and needs of the bride.

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3. Bridal Designer Half Sarees By Vikram Phadnis

Bridal Designer Half Sarees By Vikram Phadnis

Half saree designs are also trending these days as they give the look of saree but are very roomy just like a lehenga, giving you enough space for easy movement.

4. Bridal Orange Designer Saree By Pallavi Jaikishan

Bridal Orange Designer Saree By Pallavi Jaikishan

This orange and gold saree and blouse combination is a beautiful ‘hatke’ combo that would definitely make your look one that guests will remember for years to come.

5. Sabyasachi Orange And Gold Half Saree

Sabyasachi Orange And Gold Half Saree

Another beautiful piece for a half saree. This look has been designed by converting the lehenga into a half saree which can be easily done if you want your dream outfit only in the form of a lehenga.

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6. White And Pink Designer Sarees By Sabyasachi

White And Pink Designer Sarees By Sabyasachi

Remember how Mira Rajput Kapur wore a baby pink lehenga for the wedding which was simply loved by all? Here’s a baby pink-white saree which can be a perfect choice if you wish to steer clear from the tried-and-tested designs.

7. Peach Shimmery Saree By Manish Malhotra

Peach Shimmery Saree By Manish Malhotra

This is another beautiful option that’s best for summer weddings or indoor weddings with a lot of lighting. This saree can also be an excellent choice for the engagement or reception parties. Pair with a contrasting blouse.

8. Beige Designer Sarees By Tarun Tahiliani

Beige Designer Sarees By Tarun Tahiliani

Beige is a sober colour which is not exactly a very popular choice for weddings but it is not known to many people that with the right design really stands out under the spotlight making the bride look ravishing.

9. Ashima Leena Beige Brocade Kurti Saree

Ashima Leena Beige Brocade Kurti Saree

It is a part of tradition in many cultures where the sarees are paired with a kurti and many brides even prefer to wear a kurti in their wedding to bring an trendy yet ethnic quotient to their look.

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10. Bridal Pattu Designer Sarees By Pallavi Jaikishan

Bridal Pattu Designer Sarees By Pallavi Jaikishan

For those who wish to add more of the traditions into their looks, this is a perfect blend of material and design for the wedding.

11. Heavy Work Designer Sarees By Tarun Tahiliani

Heavy Work Designer Sarees By Tarun Tahiliani

A bridal saree and the blouse usually has a lot of heavy and intricate thread work that makes it stand out. Here is a perfect piece that matches every definition of a bridal saree.

12. Thread Work Designer Sarees By Anupama Dayal

Thread Work Designer Sarees By Anupama Dayal

When it comes to thread work, nothing is ever too much. This saree has a beautiful combination of a heavy designed ‘pallu’ and simple yet classy pleated area.

13. Blush Pink Heavy Border Saree By Tarun Tahiliani

Blush Pink Heavy Border Saree By Tarun Tahiliani

Pair it with a heavy blouse and this lehenga + saree will totally transform your look. It will also go well with any other function if you wish to repeat it sometime in the future.

So these are our top picks for the designer wedding sarees that you might want to consider. Remember, a bride looks best in what makes her feel comfortable. So opt for something that you are comfortable with and rock the look. So which is your favourite one?

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