Eye Catching Bridal Blouse Designs For Your Big Day!
It’s the age of serious bridal swag. Hence, a cliche is no longer the way to go when it comes to glamming up your wedding outfits. And when we talk about bridal wedding attires, its incomplete without elaborate bridal blouse designs. Irrespective of whether you choose a saree or a lehenga for your wedding, the stitched blouse is what really completes the look. Needless to say, our fashion savvy brides are setting the bars higher with unique blouse styles and designs.
Whether it’s a heavy or subtle & simple blouse, it all depends on how you style them to make the difference! You can choose from a large variety of traditional embroidery designs, concept embroidery, add personal elements and so on. With so many options available, it’s but natural to get confused!
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Though our expert Planning Team can help with planning your entire wedding by bringing in the best of wedding professionals in Chennai, we understand the plight of to-be brides. There are still a few that the bride needs to do like shopping for wedding wear, jewellery, etc.
Read further for an idea about various popular blouse designs that you can sport for your wedding.
Theme Based Bridal Blouse Designs
Many brides preferred custom-made bridal blouses that stood out in some way. Some of the latest saree blouses designs you must check out are:
The Wedding Story – Palki/Doli
Ever since this bridal blouse image went online, it has been creating raves! And why not? It is simply impossible to overlook the intricate details that have gone in beautifully portraying the wedding doli/palki scene.
Traditionally, dolis have been an integral part of an Indian wedding and were used to carry the bride by her baraath (wedding procession). And incorporating this wedding ritual on your blouse is a great theme.
As a result, a “bridal palki/doli” design using a combination of maggam and cutwork is the current trend.
Its All In The Name
Talking about personalization, nothing can beat the idea of weaving the bride and grooms name on your saree blouse is simply fascinating and distinctive. The personal touch added by blending the couples name/story in the wedding attire is bound to develop everlasting memories of the big day.
Glow Of Temple Jewellery
Temple jewellery in classic designs and antique finishes are quite in fashion these days. And we like the way some of the brides chose to style their saree blouse with impressive gold plated jewels for their wedding. The concept is well thought of and adds to the flamboyancy of a South Indian bride.
Richness Of Kasu Mala
Kasu mala is a must for every South Indian bride’s jewellery collection. The simple yet authentic design glorifies a brides beauty. However, these brides went a step ahead broke the internet for artistically using kasu mala to style their bridal blouse. An elegant choice, we must say!
Handcrafted embroidery on silk of God, Goddess or Temple Gopuram on blouses is quite in vogue. And the outcome is divine (well, literally). When teamed up with gorgeous silk sarees, the divine touch on the brides was nothing less than stunning!
Brides wearing bejewelled blouses can seldom go wrong. They look like a million bucks and so does the bride. And we are in love with the way these brides shone all the way! The sky is the limit with a bejewelled blouse – crystals, stones, pearls etc there are just too many options.
And if you’re looking for something in between being traditional and modern, then this may be the one for you.
Bride And Groom Designs
Amp up your bridal outfit with hand embroidered thread designs of bride and bridegroom on the blouse. From heavy kundan work to maggam embroidery, we saw quite a few creative variants of this bridal blouse trend. Similarly, the bride and groom embroidery can be either on the long sleeves or on the back of the saree blouse.
Trending Bridal Blouse Patterns
Flaunt your bridal avatar with the sheer gorgeousness of the signature round high neck saree blouse pattern. No wonder why many brides chose it this season. This particular style in itself is elegant and does not require many embellishments. However, if you fancy something heavier, you could embroider gold motifs on the sleeve.
You can pick a banarasi silk fabric to do complete justice to this pattern. The high neck is one of the best styles for sleeve blouses.
Boat Neck Blouse
The boat neck bridal blouse was also quite popular with the brides this season. Many variants of this style, from sheer backs to embroidered front panels made rounds of the internet. Being the versatile type, you can style this wedding staple in different ways. Our suggestion is to use contrasting colours to make the blouse stand out.
Embellished Elbow Length Sleeves
No matter what neckline you choose, give a rich look to your wedding outfit with embellished elbow length sleeves on your bridal blouse. Currently, most brides, especially from South India, prefer this style for their wedding and pre/post wedding parties. One of the reasons for its popularity is having elbow length sleeve give more space for the visible area for embroidery and embellishing. The designing and glossy look makes it appear more attractive.
Puff Sleeve Blouse
The combination of puff sleeve blouse and kanjeevaram silk saree can never go wrong. No wonder, even after some many years, rather decades, it is still not out of fashion. In fact, the puff sleeves render a coy feminine appeal to Indian women. However, this season the brides preferred a somewhat dramatic and stylish version of puff sleeves made of net, rich banarasi fabric etc.
Designer Cut Out On The Back
All you need this wedding season is a pinch of glamour and elegance with embroidered cutwork on the back of your bridal blouse. It is perfect for a reception or a pre-wedding function if paired with a lehenga in contrasting colour. Strut in style as the intricate details will garner you plenty of compliments. Beautiful designer blouses never go out of fashion.
Sheer Back Embroidery
We’re totally crushing at the sultry cut out on the absolute beauty of this design. Grace the occasion with intricate embroidery on sheer silhouette on the back of your blouse. If you wish to spice up your traditional saree look without disturbing its elegant charm using a sheer fabric on the back is a perfect option.
So, which bridal blouse design would you pick? How about getting suggestions from your siblings/friends/cousins by sharing this post?
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