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What to Wear ON Your Wedding
[Wedding-September 2008]

Your culture and background plays an important role in deciding what you will wear on your wedding. It is also important that you feel comfortable in what you wear and it reflects your personality. Either way, it is always important to keep with tradition. Although, red is the popular wedding color it is important to note that not all brides will wear red. Although not as common, white is also popular in some cultures. The Gujarati panetar sari is a combination of both red and white. It is important to stick to traditional colors and trends for the wedding, leaving the more risky shades for the reception or any other event. Lenghas and shararas are popular wedding wear because of their elegance but nothing is more everlasting and beautiful then the six yard sari. Some Muslim brides wear ghararas and Punjabi brides wear the traditional salwar kameez.

THE RED LENGHA IS AN EVERLASTING WEDDING DAY CLASSIC:

THE GUJARATI BRIDE WEARS A RED AND WHITE SARI CALLED PANETAR:

MARATHI BRIDES WEAR A GREEN SARI:

BENGALI BRIDES WEAR A SARI ALONG WITH MANY OTHER TRADITIONAL ADORNMENTS:


MANY SOUTH INDIAN BRIDES WEAR A YELLOW SARI:

CHOORAS AND KALEERAS COMPLETE THE LOOK OF THE PUNJABI BRIDE:

NOTHING SAYS BRIDE MORE THAN A RED SARI:

INDIAN CHRISTIAN BRIDES WEAR A WHITE SARI ALONG WITH A VEIL:

MUSLIM BRIDES OFTEN WEAR A JHUMAR ON ONE SIDE OF THE HEAD:

MOST BRIDES ADORN THEIR FOREHEADS WITH A MAANG TIKKA:


COMPLETE YOUR LOOK WITH LOTS OF JEWELRY!:

TRADITIONAL SHOES ADD THE FINISHING TOUCH:

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