Flattered with many blessings and wishes a bride hopes a happy married life. Every bride has an aura that can dazzle her new home. From your behavior to your dressing style, everything gets noticed when you are welcomed in a new home. Maintain the curiosity in the heart of your loved ones by looking fabulous in traditional sarees. Being the bride of the modern world, you are expected to look stylish and elegant at the same time. By adding stunning sarees to your trousseau, you can complete its beauty.

Set fashion goals for women with unique colored and stylish sarees of Indian wedding saree and become the fashionista. Many Bollywood celebrities wore saree post-wedding in their reception party and other parties. Take fashion inspiration from these glamorous divas and leave no chance to look wonderful.

Have a look at these beautiful sarees…..

Aishwarya Rai Red Saree

No bride can ever say no to red saree as it is the must-have color of the new bride’s wardrobe. You can wear this type of saree in any program of post-marriage. Holding the feminine charm and touch of Indian tradition, this large border saree of Aishwarya rai can leave anyone amazed. The golden border and large black pallu have all that can bring this saree on the top list of the bride’s trousseau. The black color of a simple designer blouse helped red saree to look sizzling.

Perfectly tied hair embellished with gajara (floral garland) gave Aishwarya’s look a typical Indian bride touch. Glossy lips and small red bindi is creating magic in her appearance. Buy this type of saree to look completely stunning.

Green is a symbol of cheerfulness and joy. When a bride wears this color saree, her beauty enhances to manifolds. Dazzling chanderi silk saree of Anushka Sharma featuring gold dots and the thick border is setting a new definition of traditional saree. She managed to adorn her look with a simple gold necklace and bangles without going overboard. From tiny earrings to matching bindi she has paired everything impeccably with sparkling green saree. Green saree can be the right choice for reception function. This type of saree can highlight your look that nobody will escape from.

Put your best foot forward with prepossessing pink ruffle saree. Ruffle is really must add outfit in the bride’s trousseau to have a glamorous appearance. Shilpa Shetty is looking classy and pretty in lovely pink color saree that has no match. Large earrings fell perfectly in line with mesmerizing pink ruffle saree.

Shilpa Shetty Pink Ruffle Saree

Shilpa Shetty added finishing touch in her look by wearing a bracelet, you can wear pink bangles instead of a bracelet. Put on dewy makeup with this type of saree to get the lovely and delicate new bride’s look. Giving a miss to this type of saree would not be a wise choice. Get ready to receive uncountable praises for your captivating look in pleasant pink saree.

Dia Mirza Yellow Saree

Wear yellow color saree in Mehendi sangeet function to bring a cultural approach to your look. Yellow saree has been ruling the bride’s trousseau for a long time. By opting for yellow saree and saying no to heavy jewelry Dia Mirza set the right meaning of ‘less is more’. On the name of jewelry, she went for only diamond earrings which is a fabulous choice to match with yellow saree.

Traditional Indian bride’s look can not be considered complete without a red bindi, and Dia Mirza has defined it better. If you are looking for the saree that can give a divine look, then this type of yellow saree can do justice to your look.

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