Have you ever thought why ‘Dil Leh Gayi Kudi Gujarat Di’ is such Hype? It is because Gujarati Brides make everyone aww… with their charm and elegance.
Right from Patola Sarees, Gharchola, Panetar, hairdo, to graceful makeup make Bride Look Gorgeous.
Gujarati Traditional Saree – The Panetar
The Panetar is the traditional wedding attire gifted by Bride’s Maternal Uncle. It comprises white and off-white lehenga choli paired with a Gharchola dupatta given by Bride’s mother-in-law.
The Gharchola Pallu is in silk-cotton fabric, blend crafted in checks, zari, and cut-dana work. It mostly comes in green color, however, now a variety of colors are making their way.
The Panetar Sarees complement well with heavy jewellery like Gold, Kundan, and Jadau pieces. Pairing it with Nathani, Nose Ring, Armlets, Anklets, Bangles, Maang-Tika, and Kamar-Bandh makes the bride look gorgeous.
Patan Patolas are glorious sarees with great historical value. While not everyone can afford these, these are an integral part of Gujarati culture and weddings.
These sarees are considered a symbol of luck and offered to Goddesses and revered ladies of the family. These beautiful sarees can be adorned with rich traditional Gujarati jewellery and neckpieces.
When people can’t afford Patan Patolas, they go for Rajkot Patolas that are comparatively less expensive.
Few Brides opt for stunning Pastel colors as their wedding outfit. While others go for Bandhej Saree.
Bandhej is one of the oldest printing textiles in Gujarat. It usually comes in tye and dye shades.
Though Bandhej is on the wishlist of many brides. But Banarasi Look is no less.
Most Gujju Brides opt for a trad-look with red, green, and white lehenga-choli as their wedding attire. However, in modern times, many brides are experimenting with their wedding trousseau.
Sophisticated Grey Look
Who says brides have to rely only on red color for their D-Day. They can go from pink to golden, golden to yellow, yellow to many pastel colors, and grey color.
Complementing a grey lehenga with light makeup distinguishes her from the crowd.
Gujju Brides can also go from peach to pink complementing it with flowery bun to get a charming look.
If you are one of those brides who never settle for less, then a golden lehenga with heavy jewellery is a must-have!
Pastel Colored Lehenga
Gone are the days when you had to rely on red color for your attire, now brides can do much experimenting and opt for Pastel Colored Lehengas for that subtle yet amazing look.
Though Lehenga is an important part of a Gujarati Bride’s trousseau, Makeup and Hairdo are keys to adding charm to a Bridal Look
Gujarati Tradition believes in minimalism. Gujarati Bride’s makeup has a bright base with minimal usage of colors and shades.
Preference is given to highlighting features with a lot of kohl and eyeliner.
The Bold Red Look
The bold red look is the most followed look. A high puff bun beautifully adorned with beautiful flowers along with statement jewellery pieces.
Smokey eyes with bold red lips enhance the vibe of the wedding trousseau.
Pretty Pink Look
Subtle and elegance are the two words that define a Gujarati Bride look.
Complementing peach and pink hues with nude shades do justice to express her bridal makeup look. Matching choker and Raani haar with a maang tika are what add to the charm with pretty pink makeup.
Rich Maroon Look
If you don’t want to go for the old red, maroon is the best pick which will give you a royal feel.
Pairing up glittering eye shadow with maroon lip shade is the best pick this season!
Brides that want a showstopper, goddess look then watch out for this look.
The mixture of modern and tradition in just-right proportions will help her achieve that breathtaking classy look.