Let's have a look at the real Punjabi brides, who donned a 'sharara' on their wedding.
By Sonali Sachdeva
The stunning bride donned a beautiful net lilac 'sharara' set. Her outfit had intricate thread and bead work in different floral and check patterns.
Gorgeous bride, Sara wore a velvet-kalidar 'gharara'. Her 'gharara' had intricate 'zardozi' work with 'resham', hand-cut sequins, 'dabka' and golden stones.
If you are a fan of heavy outfits that have many embellishments and embroidery, then here is the perfect outfit for you. The bride had worn a super-rich onion pink 'sharara'.
This bride designed her own wedding dress. She had 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 bride had looked surreal in her green peplum style 'sharara'. Everything had looked so subtle and perfect, from the deep cut at the back to the intricate embroidery on the outfit.
This bride had donned a stylish, heavy peplum style 'sharara' in rust colour. The 'sharara' had beautiful fringe details and scalloped edges, which she had paired with a heavily embroidered 'dupatta'.
The bride had picked a heavy golden 'sharara set from the designer duo, Rimple and Harpreet Narula's collection for her intimate house wedding. The 'sharara' had intricate embroidery.
The bride had looked alluring as she had donned a baby pink 'sharara' set for her big day. The outfit was uniquely designed with mirror work and colourful thread embroidery all over.
The Punjabi 'dulhan' wore a grand, pink coloured 'sharara' which had heavy golden embroidery detailing made on it. She had looked surreal in her outfit.