There have been a thousand myths about the blushing Indian bride in gorgeous attire waiting to step into the wonderful institution called marriage. The big, fat Indian wedding is not just about exchanging marriage vows but is confluence of family and friends, great food, lots of celebration and amidst all this the epicenter of beauty is the bride looking ravishing in her wedding attire. The catalogue for bridal wedding saree is made up with desire to look beautiful on the D day. It comprises bridal sarees of different varieties and color schemes. It is needless to say that bridal saree essentially has heavy embroidery. The base material for wedding saree can be silk or georgette and it is embellished with stones, dubka, aari, resham, cutdana, kasab, stones and zari work. Often the bridal saree come with matching dupatta and blouse.
The type of bridal saree is made up of traditional silk and mainly heavy zari work is done to make the sari appear extremely gorgeous. The banarasi is a famous bridal saree. The base material for this saree is silk and the saree has zari work spread all across it, the pallu has extremely heavy work done upon it. Bridal sarees have many regional variations like in North India one would find predominance of georgette sarees with stone and other kind of embellishments but South and Eastern India prefers silk for the auspicious occasion. Bridal sarees come in variety of colors but the popularity of traditional red wedding attire remains unaltered.