Weddings are not just fun affair, it is a significant event, which is to mark the union of two souls. During the current pandemic, many events are being postponed. But, some affairs, such as weddings can only be delayed to a point. Some couples, after postponing their nuptials for a year are now having intimate, court marriages.
But this doesn’t mean that you should not look your best. Be it a lavish event, or a private affair, a bride should look nothing less than a queen on her big day. If you are about to have an intimate wedding at your place, or in a court, here are a few sarees that are minimalistic and will look stunning on every Indian tone.
Plain Red Chiffon Saree
A summer bride should look elegant and comfortable at the same time. Nothing can beat the charm of a simple, yet beautiful red chiffon saree. We are totally in love with this lightly embroidered piece. It has the right amount of bling to help you shine. You can pair this with a simple red blouse, or with a heavily embroidered golden blouse. Complete your look with chandbalis and maang tikka.
Off-White Floral Saree
The current wedding season is all about exuding glamour in whites and light shades. Celebrities like Natasha Dalal and Neha Kakkar were also seen looking drop-dead gorgeous in whites on their big day. If you want to stay on the top of your style game, go for this simple piece that has floral prints. The fabric is lightweight and is perfect for hot summer days. Pair this with polki ornaments and ooze oomph.
Cream Silk Saree
From time immemorial, brides in India have been wearing silk drapes on their wedding day. It is considered royal couture, which back in days only royalties were able to afford. You can also go for a sustainable variant of silk, which is soy silk. It looks equally beautiful but is cruelty-free. Finish off your bridal appearance with a hair bun, gajra, and your most charming heirloom pieces of jewellery.
Olive Green Plain Cotton Saree
Green is considered an auspicious colour and is donned by brides, especially during monsoon in India. This olive green saree is uber-chic. The cotton fabric will make you feel light and comfortable. We love the maroon border that has gold detailing. Add simple or heavy jewellery with this piece and make others sit and take notes.
Mint Green Plain Cotton Saree
If you’re a true fashionista, there is no way you should miss the current trend of wearing pastels on your D-day. This piece is everything a minimalistic bride would want to don on her wedding day. The touch of pink, which is a traditional bridal shade is adding more charm to this saree. You can pair this with a temple or Kundan jewellery. To complete your bridal look, don’t forget to finish off with dewy makeup.
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