Five must have sarees in your wedding trousseau - Luxurionworld

Five must have sarees in your wedding trousseau

India is blessed to have a culturally bright tradition which keep marriage season on throughout the year. With friends and families making a wedding special for both bride and groom, it’s a happy feeling everywhere. A marriage gets finalised and you find the whole group of friends and sisters, aunts and everyone around, wanting to know about clothing and accessories of the bride. While you get inputs from everyone, you trust only those whose taste you think matches yours in terms of bridal wear and wedding trousseau. We at Luxurion World assure you that we are one of those who perfectly match that close friend of yours. So if you are in a dilemma of what kind of sarees you should include in your wedding trousseau, we are here to help you, right at your service. At Luxurion World we know you love your traditions and value your customs, but we also know you wish to be the contemporary bride. So we present you five sarees that are an amalgamation of conventional values soaked in contemporary fervour. Here we go…

Yellow handloom banarasi pure chiffon georgette saree

A wedding trousseau without a banarasi is unimaginable in India. A bride has to have a banarasi with all its splendour and brocade glitter. Chances are your mother and grandmother owns a banarasi too. Yours come with a difference. Yes, that’s right; banarsai work on pure chiffon is light weight in comparison to those on silk and satin silk which the older generations generally had. Chiffon is easy to carry and the benarasi motifs weave the traditional magic in your get-up, just as you wished to!





Blue banarasi bandhani neemzari pure georgette saree

After the wedding, there are so many invites for the bride at her in-laws place. Every friend and close family wants the newlyweds over at their place for a get together. As a newly-wed you want to look coy and dressed up, but you might also have had enough of reds and yellows in your wedding celebrations. So ditch those colours and go for this blue bandhani saree which is just apt for such occasion. The neemzari border in gold will match your gold jewellery and go well with it!




Pink handloom Maheshwari cotton silk plain saree

A cotton saree is a must, especially if you have to use it when you are required to wear a saree the entire day. To carry this Maheshwari saree is easy because of its light weight and breathable fabric. In addition it lets you be very much in the newlywed look because of its colour and the cotton silk glaze of the saree.



Green handloom kanjeevaram pure silk sarees

Kanjeevaram sarees are flamboyant without being overly flashy or over decorative. It has an elegance which is just right for you to go with it, in case your new husband throws a party for his friends and colleagues. You wish to exude the gleaming bride look without being over the top. This Kanjeevaram saree is just that with its magic making you the most beautiful one ever.


 Red gota patti chiffon saree

Post the wedding come a lot of celebrations. There are a number of pujas to be done depending on each one’s culture and religious sentiments. This red gota patti chiffon saree is just right for that. Glow in the red hue and bask in the many compliments that come your way.


How was it, bride-to-be? Talk it out with your close ones and discuss whether these five sarees are what you wish to have in your wedding trousseau. We are sure they will agree to it. From the team of Luxurion World wishing all you lovely brides-to-be a happy glorious lifetime.

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