Bridal Wear Sarees

Indian Bridal Sarees


What comes in your mind first when you heard or read bridal sarees – obviously beautiful six and Half Meter Long beautiful smooth fabric like Chiffon, Georgette, Raw Silk, Banarasi silk or most elegant Kanchipuram Silk. Usually, these fabric are the first choice of bridal as well their family due to its strength, popularity, and most important its extraordinary matching and color availability, Nowadays bridals are most prone to choose lightweight saree rather than heavy handwork or high weightage lace border.


at Ethnictrendz we offer all kind of bridal wear sarees for the bride 


Now comes to Another part of the bridal saree is Work on this fabric – they are plenty of kinds of work available main part is Machine Embroidery and Hand Embroidery.


Machine Embroidery – we have seen rapid growth in machine embroidery like in older days it was just Resham embroidery, and now options like Dori Embroidery, Zari embroidery, Resham embroidery, Sequence embroidery. Machine embroidery is affordable as compare to hand embroidery and great perfection of stitches rather than hand embroidery.


Hand Embroidery – Its most common practice of work since the last few decades, This is very slow in the process due to its requirement of skilled Manpower and Huge budget. Artisan used various types of materials while designing new apparel on Khatali like – Zardosi, Kundan, Thread, Zari, Resham, Moti and many more.


In the meantime, the south Indian bride chooses to wear traditional Silk Saree like Mysore Silk, Kanjeevaram silk, Pattu saree, Gadwal saree, Chettinad saree.