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Mother of the Bride - Indian Aunty Sarees

A wedding affair is mostly all about the bride. However, the mother of the bride ensures that her daughter does not stress out for her big day and irons out all the creases cropping up at the event. So this lady needs an outfit befitting a queen when she is bidding adieu to her princess.

The famous Indian designers like Neeta Lulla, Manish Malhotra, Ashima- Leena, etc. offer an amazing collection of Indian aunty sarees that the mother of bride can pick from. She can follow these guidelines in choosing one of the Indian aunty sarees:

Go Pastel
When her daughter is going for bold colours she can opt for paler hues. Very light tints of blues, greens, beiges, peaches and pinks are great choices for the mother of the bride.

The fabric can be sheer or opaque with crystal embroidery or applique work. The light tones of Indian aunty sarees do justice to the age of the wearer and glorify class and grace at the same time.

Hema Malini in pastels




Easy on Embroidery
Indian aunty sarees with lighter embroidery work on just the borders and the pallu is a nice choice for the mother of the bride. On these lines, the website Strand of Silk offers an amazing collection of sarees from the Indian designers, for the mother of the bride.

Gold and Off-white Saree

Like Mother, Like Daughter
The mother can match her saree with her daughter, by choosing a common colour theme. She can go few shades lighter in the colour choice. When the bride is going for lehengas with bare midriff, the mother can go for sarees in similar colour and same type of lighter embroidery.
Hema Malini with Esha Deol

Aishwarya and Jaya Bachchan


Tread the Tradition
The mother of the bride can go for the traditional Indian aunty Sarees like Kanjeevaram, Banarasi, Chanderi, Sambhalpuri, Bandhani, etc. Each of these sarees, uses traditional Indian weaves, prints or fabrics. The traditional Indian sarees always look amazing on elderly women and brings culture to the traditional wedding affair.
 
Paithani saree


Kanjeevaram Sarees

Blouse it Up
The Blouse for Indian aunty sarees should be one that gives coverage to the arms and adds drama to the saree. For leaner arms the mothers can go for sheer fabrics with borders and shorter sleeves.

For heavier arms a more covered look with opaques and embroidery depending upon the saree is a way to go. The veteran actress Shabana Azmi is seen a lot in full sleeves or three-quarter sleeves and she looks very classy wearing sarees with longer sleeved blouses.


Shabana Azmi at Lakme Fashion Week


Pull an Additional Pallu
An additional stole added to the other shoulder without pallu (saree pleats on the shoulder), with matching embroidery and colours gives a regal and commanding look. It adds dimension to the saree and takes it to a different level.
 
Waheeda Rehman with the extra Pallu Saree
The Indian aunty sarees are definitely a more popular and suitable choice for the mother of the bride over lehengas and anarkalis. The mother of the bride’s saree does not intend to take the limelight away but it subtly speaks for the woman behind the girl, who has begun a new journey in womanhood.



Image source: www.bollywoodvogue.com, www.designerblouses.co.in, www.indianweddingsite.com, www.metromela.com, bawree.com, bollyspice.com

Picture of the day: bridal lehengas by Neeta Lulla at IBFW 2013


Which one do you prefer between these two beautiful bridal lehengas showcased during IBFW 2013 
by designer by Neeta Lulla?



Indian Bridal Wear by Neeta Lulla at IBFW Mumbai 2013

Neeta Lulla’s collection at the Aamby Valley India Bridal Fashion Week held in Mumbai focused on ‘The Bridal Goddess’. A gorgeous mix of Indian bridal wear, classic, contemporary or resort: her collection had distinctive styles - modern edgy, vintage elegant, fun & stylish. 
Bollywood actors Genelia D’Souza and Riteish Deshmukh walked the ramp as Lulla’s showstoppers. On the fashion catwalk we have seen a variety of beautiful Indian bridal wear ranging from saree drapes to structured skirts teamed with classic jackets, from sarees and cylindrical shapes with tubular tunics to light flowing skirts.




Which piece did you love the most?


Bridal Lehengas at the India Bridal Fashion Week

The six-day event India Bridal Fashion Week will start on November, 29th at Grand Hyatt in Mumbai.
The designers who will be part of the fashion show include: Falguni & Shane Peacock, Gaurav Gupta, JJ Valaya, Jyotsna Tiwari, Manish Malhotra, Neeta Lulla, Pallavi Jaikishan, Raghavendra Rathore, Rohit Bal, Shantanu & Nikhil, Suneet Varma and Tarun Tahiliani.
AVIBFW is considered one of the highest profile fashion events in India and showcases the best of the trends and designs in bridal couture. We will see on the catwalk amazing bridal lehengas and special outifits created by the most leading Indian fashion designers.
What a better occasion to choose your bridal lehengas for your special occasion?!
We can't wait to spot some new trend! 



See Indian Bridal lehengas for every taste!

Indian Wedding Sarees by Indian Designer Neeta Lulla


From simplicity to royalty, Neeta Lulla has it all to her credit. With a flutter of chiffon and unabashed glamour, Neeta Lulla whirled into the fashion scene more than two decades ago. Her designs have not only been recognized in India, but have also acquired great acclaims globally. Hailed as the ‘Czarina of Indian Fashion’ Neeta Lulla is today a force to reckon with in the glamour and modeling industry as well. Expertise, clarity and creativity, humility arising from quiet confidence has earned her both respect and clientele of Bollywood’s famous personalities.



Neeta has done several shows in different parts of the world such as the US, Canada, Monte Carlo, London, Dubai etc. playing a pivotal part in spreading the glory of Indian fashion with her forte being concept based shows. Her several awards include three President Award for the films ‘Lamhe’ & ‘Devdas’, and ‘Jodha Akbar’ & many more. With over 375 films to her credit she has extended her design expertise to Hollywood projects like ‘Bride and prejudice’, ‘One night with a king’, ‘Mistress of Spices’ and ‘Provoked’.

Neeta Lulla designs for TV Show

Neeta Lulla, who is one of the most popular Indian designers, recognized for her wonderful Indian bridal dresses, designed the lehenga for Indian actor Drashti Dhami’s marriage sequence in the show ‘Madhubala-Ek Ishq Ek Junoon’.

It's not the first time that Neeta Lulla designed for a reality TV show, she even said that TV allows her to reach out to the masses. 
“TV today has changed a lot from the past. The audiences have matured and take inspiration from TV. It always feels good working on this platform. People are keen to know what are the ongoing trends and follow serials for that". 

Neeta Lulla’s forthcoming Bollywood projects include Rajnikant’s ‘Kochadaiyaan’, Gunasekhar’s 3D period-drama ‘Rudhramadevi’.

Neeta Lulla: A Talented Indian Bridal Designer


Indian fashion designer Neeta Lulla, who is specialised in Indian bridal wear, is one of the most famous costume designers in India.




She has won the National Film Awards For Best Costume Design four times already. She designed wedding clothes for a lot of famous Bollywood celebrities including Sri Devi and Esha Deol. She designed the Aishwarya Rai breath-taking dress that she wore for her wedding.






TOP 3 Indian Designers Of Wedding Dresses

TOP 3 OF INDIAN DESIGNERS OF WEDDING DRESSES


#1: Manish Malhotra: He is one of India’s most successful and globally recognized fashion designers. His name is synonymous with Bollywood as he has designed for many leading actresses and films. He creates sensational designs with traditional Indian bridal wear. Known as one of the most coveted designers for brides and bridegrooms all over the world. He retails his designs at stores across Mumbai, Delhi and Dubai.





#2: Sabyasachi Mukherjee is an Indian Designer who known for his classic designs with an Indian touch, Sabyasachi is one of India’s first designers who pioneered the use of unusual fabrics, texturing and detailing, adding dazzling embellishments in vibrant colors. His bridal wear designs are inspired by the joys and rituals associated with Indian weddings. It’s all about traditional richness and hues that work well with Indian features. 



#3: Neeta Lulla: Neeta Lulla is an Indian fashion stylist and costume designer. From simplicity to royalty she has it all to her credit. A winner of four National Film Awards for Best Costume Design her main interest lies in designing bridal wear. She is an expert in bridal trousseau and her designs range from being simple to extravagant. She has designed bridal wear for many Bollywood actresses from Sri Devi to Aishwarya Rai.