5 Forms Of Wedding Lehenga Embroideries
It’s a dream of every girl to look stunning in her wedding outfit. It won’t be wrong if I say that every girl imagine thousand times that how will she look on her wedding day. Hence, it is understood that how important the process of selection of that unique bridal lehenga has to be, in which she plans to enter her happily ever after. So, here I am to suggest you some breathtaking traditional embroidered wedding lehengas for your big day.
The Zardozi embroidery is among one of the oldest form of Indian embroideries, however in earlier times this embroidery was crafted in the lehenga with the real silver threads whereas now the embroidery is done with the copper wire which has silver coating. Even after the change in the type of threads being used , the popularity is still the same for this form of embroidery. Whenever there is a demand for heavy outfits for wedding, the zari embroidery is counted among the most popular ones even today. If you want to shine like a Diva on your D-day then go for a Zardozi work lehenga.
Cut Dana Embroidery
The reason why cut dana embroidery work is popular is that the stone used in this type of embroidery is ct in such a way that when it comes in connection with the light, it reflects the light and give a beautiful shine. This type of embroidery in lehenga dates back to the times when the royal families used to add these types of special stones to their outfits to present their prosperity. So, if you choose the cut dana embroidered lehenga then one thing is for sure that you will look every bit of a royal princess on your wedding.
Thin metal like wires in the form of thread are used to make intricate designs and this is what is called as Dabka Work. Traditionally this form of embroidery is from Rajasthan India but due to its lovely designs it is known worldwide now. This type of work requires lot of efforts and there are special karigars who can perform this type of rich karigari. If you want a rich ancient embroidered crafted lehenga for your wedding then this is the one for you.
This one is one of my personal favourite as in this type of embroidery the mirrors are cut into different shapes and then are weaved on the fabric by thread. Usually the mirror are cut into the shapes of circle, triangle and squares. This one is quite popular in Rajasthan and Gujrat, you can also find sarees, suits and duppatta having Mirror work.
This form is again generated from the Royal city, Rajasthan. Usually gotapaati work is done on the borders of the lehenga. In this type of embroidery zari and appliqué ribbons are use to create designs all over the outfit. This type of lehenga is perfect for your sangeet ceremony as it’s not too heavy.