The Prettiest Kanjivaram Looks of 2015: WMG Real bride edition
BY The WMG Bride | 01 Jan, 2016 | 10742 views | 3 min read
So you told us you wanted to see more South Indian content on WedMeGood, and we *hope* we made a start towards that! Here are our favourite South Indian bridal moments featured on the platform, which you loved, shared and saved.
Manasa's Royal Blue & Orange Look by Mokshaa Chennai
Photo: Studio A View full album here
The long temple jewellery haar, the stunning border on the blouse with mythical characters and just the color contrast- all combined to make this one of our favourite looks this year. Outfit by: Mokshaa Chennai
Orange and Pink Kanjivaram shot by Suman Chakri
While this was not a real wedding, this stunning shot by Suman Chakri prettied up our South Indian outfit Gallery like nothing else. The hint of purple peeking out from the orange was just the perfect amount of pop.
Mahitha's Pastel wedding Kanjivaram by Kanchi Saree House
Mahitha went with a soft pastel color, with lotus motifs and a candy pink blouse- for a girly, fresh look. Outfit by Kanchi Saree House.
Deepthi's Emerald Green and Fuschia Pink outfit by Kalanjali
We loved the bold pattern in Deepthi's Mithai pink saree, and the striking emerald green with gold embroidery that contrasted with it. Outfit by Kalanjali.
Traditional Raspberry Red with a maggam blouse by Gaurang Shah
Of course, you can leave it up to Gaurang Shah to create some of our most favourite pieces. This traditional one was lifted up by the unique blouse. Outfit by Gaurang Shah.
Lavender and Purple Saree
Photo: Makeovers by Ramya
We adored the unique lavender color of this saree with a striking blue blouse.
Gold Sari With a Bright Red Designer Blouse by Seematti
Picture via George Seemon
We loved the super pretty gold sari woven to perfection from Seematti that the bride paired with a bright red blouse - the half-sleeves worked very well for it! Outfit by Seematti.
Red Paisley Border sari by Tarakram Sarees
Picture via Aviraj Saluja
This one was styled so traditionally - along with beautiful temple jewellery that we are tongue-tied. The gajra and the matching blouse added to the charm. Outfit by Tarakram Sarees.
White and gold temple border sari
Picture via Myriad Hues
Temple borders are pretty and they make for great traditional saris - Priyanka wears hers with gold south-indian jewellery and flowers to boot. Love!
Special Mention: These two by Gaurang Shah
While these may not be real brides, this stunning icy blue Kanjivaram worn with a burnt orange blouse, as well as this beautiful pink banarsi weave on organza both had us bowled over! Both by: Gaurang Shah