Korinna Kriemhild. wedding. December 29th , 2017.
The Bridal Lehenga Cholis are very heavy, with all the minute work of threads and glitters and glass pieces. Accessories and jewellery like rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, etc. gives a complete look to the Bridal Dress. The hair art is also done in a way that matches the Bridal Sarees. The Indian tradition believes that a bride should look as ornamented as possible and thus the designers leave no stone unturned to make the Indian Wedding Sarees. Things might have changed over the generation but the choice of the Bridal Wear- lehenga choli or a saree have not changed and they still remain the choice of the brides no matter what.
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A day or two before the wedding, the Sangeet ceremony takes place. It involves a lot of singing and dancing by both the families to celebrate the union of two families. Then, on the day of the wedding or a day prior to it, kangana is tied on the wrists of both the bride and the groom. Kangana is basically a bracelet made with stringing together betel nuts, tamarind and tiny shells (cockles) in the sacred thread or 'mouli'. The ceremony is formalized by a priest and these bracelets remain tied on their wrists till the completion of all wedding rituals. They basically offer protection from any evil eye. In the henna or Mehendi ceremony, hands of the bride and the groom are dyed red with the henna paste. It is considered very auspicious in the Indian matrimonials. Brides mehendi is much more intricate than the grooms mehendi.
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