9 Ravishing Celeb Approved Red Bridal Saree Options To Rock On Your Wedding Day

There is something about the color red. It’s elegant, sexy and playful. All at the same time. It grabs your attention. Forces a second look, whether it’s stealing a glance from the corner of your eye or gaping.
In India, red for us screams bridal, and for good reason too. The red sindoor, the red chooda, the red bindi on the forehead of the bride, the red bridal saree; in short everything that one typically associates with a bride is red.

If you are still looking for more reasons to fall in love with the color, check out this stunning 9 red bridal saree collection:

1. The Demure Allure

The fact that Vidya Balan makes most sarees seem beautiful notwithstanding, the above red bridal saree by Bhavish Couture is a stunner. It’s a red Benarasi bridal saree. That statement is enough explanation. You don’t believe me? Ask your mom!

2. The Clutter Cutter

Remember when Shilpa Shetty got married? She was a vision to behold. Her designer contributed majorly to that visual. Tarun Tahiliani is a master at making outfits that seem traditional and yet make a statement. The red bridal saree above does just that. It’s a traditional bridal color and well, it’s a saree! And it stands out. A clutter clearer.

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3. The Stunner

The above Benarasi beauty is an unconventional red bridal saree by Gaurang Shah. This man makes bridal sarees that make you want to plan everything else about the wedding in accordance with your saree. I am not kidding. I may be fan girling over him though. That big border you see, it’s his trademark. Big beautiful borders and bold colors.

4. Silver Screen Inspiration

Ok. Ignore the hairstyle. Now look at the lady in the red bridal saree. She looks like she came straight out of a YashRaj wedding scene. Georgette, check. Red, check. Embroidery, check. Manish Malhotra, check. Yes that’s right. This red bridal saree is by Manish Malhotra. It doesn’t get more filmy than this. But, on a serious note, if you are looking for a offbeat wedding fabric that won’t weigh you down then some thing like this would be perfect.

5. Picture Perfect

As a designer, Sabyasachi is someone I aspire to follow after. I want to grow up to be like him (assuming I will grow up). The fact that Deepika looks like she does is only a bonus, the hero of the picture is the red bridal saree. Yet another Benarasi beauty in scarlet.

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6. Tradition Calling

Yet another Gaurang saree. This time the in the traditional Patola weave from Gujarat. Patola is a double weave saree and what makes these sarees ideal for bridal wear is that they are colorful and vibrant. A red bridal saree will be a great choice for your big day.

7. Bold Choices

If traditional and heavy sarees are not your scene, then the red bridal saree that Sonam is walking in is perfect. A J J Valaya creation, the combination of net and georgette, complete with a trim border makes this saree absolutely gorgeous. Team this with heavy jewelry and you’ll be picture perfect.

8. Radiant And confident

Ok, if you haven’t established by now. I’m a Gaurang fan. So this time I’m fan girling over a Paithani by him. The traditional Marathi bridal silk sari, the Paithani is very elegant and most of the times light weight( phew!). The one that Diya Mirza is seen in is a very elaborate weave. Minimal make up and jewelry will bring out the best in the saree and you. With a gorgeous red bridal saree this elaborate, who needs jewelry anyway.

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9. Right Choice

Kanjeevaram. Ok red Kanjeevaram. Ok Fine. Red Kanjeevaram by Gaurang Shah. Nuff said.

These were my red bridal saree picks from the red carpet ramp. What about you guys? Do you have more to add? Do you have a color that’s your favorite? Add it in the comments section below.