Tips To Choose the Correct Wedding Saree

by Shatika, September 13, 2016

The Once in a lifetime Affaire

The best is looked for such an occasion because a wedding is a fragile and delicate event. Its success is necessary for the future happiness of the couple. So choices are made with deliberation to avoid any kind of hindrance. The most expensive venue is chosen along with an efficient event manager. To smoothen things, so that the function goes on without a glitch. The sarees in the trousseau are also selected with care and the work of the best designers are bought for other Indian outfits. The best sarees are also sought and matching traditional jewellery selected.


The Selection of the Saree

Sarees which are handwoven lend an aura of itself, which is so special and serene. A Banarasi saree with its age-old zari work was inspired by the Persians and the mughals and brings along with it, the grandeur of the ancient artistry with the blend of the modern era. The wide jals entrenched with gold or silver zari invade the saree with an opulence and the brocade on the pallu makes the saree singular in richness and splendour. Golden cloth or the tissue saree is also a ravishing rich choice. The golden jamawars and the finely woven tanchois are also fond choices of a blushing bride.

A winter wedding calls for sarees like the Paithani sarees, which has a rich stunning rich appearance and the weaving of the lucky parrots create an auspicious which is sought after in a wedding saree. The famous Kanjeevaram saree has traditional motifs and full golden designs on the saree. The shalu silk saree has many variants, which are more expressive than the other. The sarees are made for the bride, to enfold her in its delicate and dainty golden workmanship. The proficiency and skill of such sarees have the ingenuity of the ages and therefore priceless.

wedding sarees at shatika

Another Fine Choice

Shatika, has just curated the Bangalore silk sarees for weddings, which are worth viewing for the wedding collection. The sarees are woven in pure zari and the breathtaking brocades on the pallu and the golden borders are a fine choice. The Wedding sarees, are another collection which Shatika has aptly named to give justice to the range of sarees. The Salem Saree, has a wealth of designs and mostly done in zari work to add a bonus to the wedding saree collection. To add glory to the wedding collection of sarees there should be suitable brocade blouses and accessories like clutches and jewellery to make the saree change to ‘out of the world’. The only online handloom handwoven saree store – Shatika has the largest range of sarees to choose from, for your wedding day. The sarees are exclusive as each saree has been lovingly made by the weaver. The perfect sarees counter with India as its mentor, we have sarees from all regions and to fulfil all your wedding needs of the future.

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