Chic Wedding Sarees for 2015 Brides

The Saree is versatile attire for a wedding ceremony and can be worn on many occasions beyond the wedding day. Today, we’ll look at top wedding saree trends for 2015!

The Kanchiveram saree

This is a must-have in any South Indian bridal trousseau. But these exquisitely woven silk sarees are not just for the bride-to-be. Printed kanchiveram sarees, sarees in dual or multiple shades, or traditional maroon with gold zari patterns and intricately woven pallus are probably never going to go out of fashion.

Check out our best picks in kanchiveram silk sarees below…

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Image credit: Sudarshan Silks

Kerala Silk Sarees

The Kerala silk saree is a traditional white with gold border 6-yard saree that adds unmatched grace and elegance. They come in motifs and embellishments in the form of ‘bhuttis’, as well as other floral and ornate accents that may be concentrated on the pallu part of the garment or spread all over. The Kerala silk sarees can be worn all throughout the year on various occasions. Another traditional version of the Kerala saree is a two piece garment called Mundum Neriyathum, the Neriyathum being the wrap around the shoulders and the Mundum being the sarong style long skirt tied around the waist. Kerala Christian brides also wear white coloured sarees accompanied by veils.

Film actresses like Sonakshi Sinha, Aishwarya Rai, Sonam Kapoor and Asin have set the red carpet ablaze by donning these beautiful Kerala silk sarees. Check out our pick of Kerala silk sarees…


Designer sarees

Designer sarees have also been making an appearance. Some of the top Indian designers in the field include Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahliani and JJ Vallya. Designer sarees are extremely versatile and can be worn on the Sangeet, Mehendi, reception nights as well as other special occasions down the line. They come in a wide variety of fabrics including chiffon, georgette, silk, crushed silk, satin, crepe or net. They are lightweight, but can also be embellished with heavy zari, zardosi or stone work. Brides can wear these with Kundan jewellery to look stylish and stunning.

Top colours in designer wedding sarees this season are sea green, turquoise, magenta and pink. Here are our pickof designer sarees…


Paithani Sari

This is a beautiful saree very commonly seen in weddings held in western India, and usually in Maharashtrian weddings. It is a silk and gold saree which has embroidered designs of parrots, peacocks and Koiree (which is more or less like a mango in shape). The beauty of the Paithani lies in the kaleidoscopic effect of its pallu which is achieved through the use of silk threads in different colours.


Image credit: Exotic India Art

Which is your favourite pick from these? Do let us know in the comment section below!

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Dipa M

Dipa M

Born and raised in India, Dipa has spent several years in the USA. With a degree in Engineering, she discovered her passion for writing 5 years ago. Since then, she has written for various online publications all across the globe. When she is not reading or writing, she is out for a walk with her 2 year old Cocker Spaniel, Coco. She is also the editor of weddingsOnline India.

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  1. Alluring designs. thanks for sharing these amazing designs with us. All designs are awesome, different and unique.Draping style of all sarees also awesome .saree is a best ethnic wear for women. A saree can be best apt for the women of every size.

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