IWedding in India where function and ceremonies go on for days. In India we have many ceremonies prior to wedding like engagement, Mehndi night, Rokka, Ladies night and many more ceremonies. One of the outfits is the wedding saree which is part of the tradition and is worn by majority of guests to the ceremonies and function in the wedding. You will find even the Bride to be in a Saree as part of the Indian Wedding traditional dress.
Wedding Saree is heavy Saree which means they have lot of hand embroidery all over the saree. The work is mainly of beads, sequin and stones. One wedding Saree takes a hand embroiderer person many days to make as the work is so detailed and intrinsic.
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Wedding Saree has been part of Indian culture and traditions since centuries. The Wedding Saree has a wide range and category depending on how the work is done on the sarees and with what tools and what material are used. A Wedding Saree can be in Zari, resham, zardozi, dabka and materials in stones and beads to name a few.
The fabric used in Wedding Saree can be cotton, silk, georgette, crepe, net, chanderi, and even various fusion fabrics like net georgette etc. Wedding Saree can also be divided in various categories as per the wok on them like:
1.Aari Hand Wedding Saree: This type of work has been there since the 12th century during the Mughal Empire. The Aari Wedding Saree is made using a thread and needle. The Needle used in such that it has a hook in the end through which hand artisan stitch the embroidered material. Aari Wedding Saree takes a long time to make but the plus point is that u cannot see the stitched ends as it comes under the saree fabric giving a neat front look.
2.Sequins Wedding Saree – This type of Wedding Saree is made by using a normal needle with which the sequin is stitched to the fabric of this sequins Wedding Saree.
1.Zardozi Wedding Saree – Zardozi is again one of the oldest forms of work known to us. Hand artists use very thin golden color wire which is stitched to the saree fabric using needle. The stitching of these golden metal wires is done in many designs like floral, abstract etc.