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Latest Wedding Designs – Overthrows Regional and Religious Indian Diversities

January 16
00:51 2015
The Indian wedding industry is evolving irrespective of its regional and religious traits. The older differences with the wedding attires and the clothing colors are now nowhere to be seen. Is India on its path towards unity, shedding its diverse character?

India, a diverse country, is a mixture of varied cultures, religions and languages. So is her wedding industry. Indian wedding attires change as you go from one state to another, or with the religions. But, as times changed, the designs evolved, and that diversity is getting blurred.

The present day Indian weddings are not what they used to be, with a good reason. Back then, the customs, the rituals, everything was different. In ancient India, child marriages were followed, where the boy and the girl will be married off at very young age, and the girl grew up with the boy’s family. As the law got stronger, the child marriages were stopped.

There were vast differences between the attires of Hindu, Christian, and Muslim weddings. Maybe, India could be the only country with so many kinds of wedding rituals. Even the colors of the bridal wears changed with their religion. The bride belonging to a Hindu religion tend to get dressed in Red, while the Christian bride choose White, the Muslim bride preferred Green.

Today, the Indian wedding industry is a multi-billion industry. Every person wants their D-Day to be splendid. The bride dreams of becoming the Queen of the day, with her perfect dress, jewels and make-up. Many world famous designers are focusing their creativity into the wedding wear exclusively. As a result, there emerged many new fashion and unique trends in the Indian wedding wears.

The Indian sarees are no more just the Banaras, Chanderi, Sambalpuri, Kancheepuram sarees. Sarees have evolved in different mind-blowing designs and patterns. Prominent among them is Lace saree, with different kind of lace like, Schiffli lace, Alencon lace, Guipure lace, Chantilly lace, textured lace, and Crochet lace.

Then came the Half-Lehanga saree. It is a combination of Lehanga and saree. It is also a ready-made saree and is lengthy, flared attire, with a zip towards the sides to adjust with your body shape and size. This ready-made saree makes the art of saree draping easy and comfortable. All you want to do is to tuck it, and drape it around, just once.

The Anarkali model Salwar suit is another attraction of Indian wedding functions. The original inspiration behind the Anarkali model Salwar suits are from the Anarkali dresses worn during the Mughal rule. And, as time evolved these Anarkali dresses got combined with the present day Salwar suits to form the Anarkali modeled Salwar suits. Anarkali suits comprise of a long kurti, which are figure hugging till the upper torso and the lower portion flares like a circular skirt. It is worn with a churidar and a dupatta. The Anarkali suit gained much importance, that it is available in the market designed in a variety of fabrics, embroidered with different materials like Zari, stones, zardosi, sequins, kundan and so on. The latest trend with Anarkali suits is the floor-hugging Anarkali suits, making it look like a gown at the same time.

Hues and Dyes

There is a great deal of colors available in the wedding market, and not just white, red or green. If you are looking for warmer colors, then you can opt for the dark and deep tones of the old vintage, varying between mahogany to crimson to rust to orange, bronze or even ash brown. Or even, you can decide on the lovely pink or charming blue. The shades are blue are trending, even the regal look of Royal Blue.

Cuts and Fabric

The bridal season leaves the bride with many a choice on the fabric like velvets, chanderis, textured brocades, silks, and georgettes.


The Indian wedding industry has evolved a lot from what was it in the earlier days. With the variety of fashion and styles to choose from, the brides try not to confine their choice of the bridal wear within the boundaries of religion.

And, this shows that the Fashion has clearly captured the minds of our young brides, despite of the regional or religious diversity of India.

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