The wedding is not just an event, it has so many heartstrings entangled with it. It is a celebration of souls and emotions, a carnival of lovely faces and heart-throbbing dresses. It brings families and loved ones together. It’s when our fantasy becomes reality.
Having said that, the wedding preparation is not so easy, we often get frozen into “what to wear and what not to wear” dilemma. Plus, if it’s our own wedding or of our best buddies, then it becomes a great saga of lifetime memories, selfies, group pictures, ceremonies and many more. We fully ensure that we don’t fall short in any aspect, and which is obvious and natural.
Hello Masterji suggests you some special attires for pre-wedding and wedding ceremonies:
Haldi is one of the most crucial and colourful pre-wedding ceremonies. The ceremony has been named Haldi as friends and family members of would-be bride and groom put a blend of turmeric, rose water and sandalwood on them. It’s full of fun and exuberance. The best outfits for Haldi are – bandhani top with a sleeveless gown, a light yellow and orange saree with multi-colour blouse and a simple lehenga with choli and dupatta.
It is a phenomenally exciting ceremony when the bride and her close ones get mehendi etched on their hands. There is an old saying – “Darker is the colour of the mehendi, more is the love bride’s would-be husband would bestow on her”. Sleeveless Anarkali with ethnic long skirts, a short lehenga and slit-skirt with choli and blouse would be the befitting outfits.
Sangeet is a celebration of coming together of bride and groom’s families which involves singing, dancing and music. A comfortable outfit should be your pick and maximum focus on having lots of fun!
“Wear something that’s comfortable, opt for something light-weight and maneuverable, which you can dance in twirl in and which won’t weigh you down” – Nachiket Barve (Indian Fashion Designer) suggested during an interview with Vogue.
You can either go for saree, gown, floor length Anarkali or bridal lehenga, but please avoid heavy make up during Sangeet.
An Indian wedding is always larger than life and a rollercoaster of emotions. Along with the bride and groom their respective their families tied their knot of relationships too. Two families become one. It is the climax! therefore avoid any experiment with your dressing. Nowadays, Anarkali, A line & fish cut lehengas and sarees with embellishments are in trend.
Weddings are important because they celebrate life and possibility– Anne Hathaway