By Sonali Sachdeva Last Updated:
There is no doubt that Sikh-Punjabi women make the prettiest brides. Sikh brides have a unique fashion style and always dress up differently. Starting from their makeup, hairstyle, outfits, and jewellery, they keep it all perfect. Sikh brides never lose a chance to steal the spot. They style the best when it comes to weddings and especially when it's their wedding.
Sikh weddings, also known as Anand Karaj take place during the daytime in a Gurudwara, thus brides prefer wearing light and pastel shades of outfits. While we have seen many Indian brides dress in the traditional red lehenga-choli, we recently came across some real Punjabi brides who played with their style and instead wore a sharara. These bridal shararas are uniquely designed and you will be smitten away by their outfits. If you are a to-be bride, you might want to inspiration from these brides who had donned a sharara for their wedding.
The stunning bride donned a beautiful net lilac sharara set. Her outfit had intricate thread and bead work in different floral and check patterns. The bride styled the outfit with heavy pastel pink-green and golden jewellery, which included a maang teeka, paasa, a pair of earrings and two beautiful necklaces which included a choker and rani haar. She paired her outfit with heavy pink kaleeras.
Gorgeous bride, Sara wore a gharara for her Anand Karaj ceremony that was designed by the duo, Rimple & Harpreet. The bride looked gorgeous in her velvet-kalidar outfit, which she paired with a heavy dupatta in rust colour. Her sharara had intricate zardozi work with resham, hand-cut sequins, dabka and golden stones. Sara's bridal style is admirable for many, who would want to stick to wearing a traditional red outfit for their wedding.
If you are a fan of heavy outfits that have many embellishments and embroidery, then here is the perfect outfit for you. The bride wore a super-rich onion pink sharara for her Anand Karaj ceremony. However, she kept her style elegant as she styled it with subtle silver jewellery and traditional red Chooda. The bride indeed looks ravishing in her embellished sharara.
The bride made sure she looked traditional and royal on her wedding and did not go light on the outfit or her overall style. This bride designed her own wedding dress. She made a gorgeous pink sharara, in which most of the work was done with zari-embroidery. The outfit had a unique peacock design in blue and green. The dupatta had a traditional look to it, as it was fully covered with golden embroidered designs. Altogether, the outfit itself was so beautiful and grand.
The bride looked surreal in her green sharara. Even though it isn't a colour which we would see many brides wear on the day of their wedding, this bride for real looked like a princess. She carried herself beautifully in the green peplum style sharara. Everything seems so subtle and perfect, from the deep cut at the back to the intricate embroidery on the outfit.
This bride donned a stylish, heavy peplum style sharara in rust colour. The sharara had beautiful fringe details and scalloped edges. In addition, she had put on a heavily embroidered dupatta over her head. She paired it with gold jewellery, along with pearl white kaleeras and blood-red chooda. The bride looked alluring in her overall look.
The bride picked a heavy sharara set from the designer duo Rimple & Harpreet Narula's collection for her intimate house wedding. The golden sharara had intricate embroidery with embellishments on it. Along with it, she added on her mother's red bridal dupatta to finish her look. The heavily sequenced dabka work dupatta easily blended well with her simple golden sharara set as it added extra charm to her overall look.
The bride looked alluring as she donned a baby pink sharara set for her big day. The outfit had been uniquely designed with mirror work and colourful thread embroidery all over. She styled a net dupatta in the traditional style over her head which had been draped till the shoulder. Along with this, she accessorised her outfit with essential white and golden jewellery and beautiful long kaleeras. This style is definitely for someone who likes keeping it minimal and simple.
We loved the Punjabi brides in their stunning sharara sets. Which one is your favourite amongst the above outfits? Let us know your answer in the comment section below.