Importance of Wedding Dress for a Bride
Wedding is the most auspicious moment of one’s life; it is the time, which the bride or the groom has been dreaming since their childhood, the memories of which last forever, which is in most of the cases is the only opportunity for the couple to enjoy the stature of king and the queen.
Wedding is the most auspicious moment of one’s life; it is the time, which the bride or the groom has been dreaming since their childhood, the memories of which last forever, which is in most of the cases is the only opportunity for the couple to enjoy the stature of king and the queen. This is a very special occasion for both the bride and the groom and they do not leave any opportunity to enjoy these majestic of these timings.
Out of all the preparations, one does for his or her marriage, the clothes or the wedding dresses one chooses of The Day of his life, are ought to be the most beautiful and graceful. The wedding dress is a symbol of the rituals or the customs followed by a family; they signify the class of the family and their royalty in terms of tradition and religious values. The type, colour and design of the dress varies according to culture or the religion one belongs to, actually even the wearing styles and techniques of various dresses corresponds to a particular area or community.
Especially in case of a bride, she is most excited about her look and her whole attire on the wedding day, the shopping of jewellery and clothes start from the very starting of their birth. Marriages not only mean the purchase of clothes for the bride or the groom, but also for the entire family, and in addition the bride family has to purchase clothes or jewellery as form of gifts for the groom’s relatives.
These days, couples have a culture of wearing same colour clothes. Due to the increase in interaction, and the space provided by their families to spend time with each other, to know themselves more, the compatibility between the couple in terms of their dresses and other accessory choices is seen far better, than the earlier times. Also, these days, brides and grooms are more cautious about how they look together; they are becoming more extrovert on the factors, as how they want to dress up and what are their preferences and choices.
Though every culture or community has their own traditional dresses for wedding, but still many contemporary and candid families prefer following the latest trends. These trends, keep on changing in the way the Indian brides and grooms ought to dress. Differences in colours, styles, clothe type, material, in the dresses of brides and the grooms can be seen at large from time to time. The changing colour combinations, style of draping a saree, or wearing a dupatta over suit, or over lehanga has always been the consideration for the Indian bride while getting dressed up her marriage.
Varying from sarees in Hindu Marriages, to suits in Punjabi Marriages, to lehenga- choli in Gujarati and Rajasthani marriages and to Gowns in Christian weddings, one can see a variety in the ways in which an Indian bride gets dressed. The dressing style reflects the background and the culture of the bride. The jewellery for the Indian matrimony is chosen in a way that it compliments the wedding dress of the bride. Gold being the traditional choice for decorating their daughter for her marriage day, many families also prefer pearls, stones, diamonds, or white gold to add on to the beauty of the would- be- bride.
The wedding dress for the groom are also available in various styles and colours, in fact many brides and grooms prefer wearing special clothes designed by renowned fashion designers to add on to the grandness of their marriage and thereby fulfilling their childhood dreams of dressing like a price or a princess respectively.