The Best Wedding Ideas To Copy From South-Indian Brides!
BY Apoorva | 15 Sep, 2017 | 8667 views | 3 min read
South Indian weddings and brides have their own charm that we love! That is why we made the ultimate list of fun ideas that you can take inspiration from brides from the south.Image via Pratyusha & Nischinth's Real Wedding
They experiment with blouses
From unique cutout shapes to embellished coins to sheer sleeves, they definitely take the blouse game up a notch
Also read: Blouse Trends for South Indian Brides
#Pose: They take royalty to another level
The saris are regal and the jewellery is heritage and heirloom, what's left is making sure pictures come out well. The poses are so royal and befitting a queen and South Indian brides nail that beautifully!
Their Temple Jewellery is #nextlevel
Temple jewellery to gold, their maatha patti designs are oh-so-adorbs and they wear it in style.
Their venues spell rustic simplicity
The venues in south Indian weddings are something out of an Indian fairytale wedding. Earthy, temple like structures always make for the perfect wedding back drop and amazing photos!
They use swings liberally
No South-Indian wedding is complete without a jhoola bedecked in marigolds. They make for great props, photo booths and decor items all rolled into one.
They mix and match diamonds and gold effortlessly
South Indian brides are known for their gold and temple jewellery but they also teach us a thing or two about diamond and pearl jewellery. The lovely way these bride carry off their diamond and pearl sets with traditional kanjeevarams make us bookmark them right away!
Their elaborate hair floral hairdos are #goals
Their girls are Bridesquad goals
The girsl wear saris but team up blouses and hairstyles differently - it's the way the uniform works that's astounding!
Their decor features mogra in the prettiest of ways
Mogra is the be all and the end all at South Indian weddings and this pretty white flower gives out a certain charm.
They do eco-friendly beautifully
Banana leaves, mango leaves, betel leaves – all the types of greens are included in a South Indian wedding décor making it look so picturesque! So if you are bored of colours, a fresh dose of greenery can be something new and vibrant at your wedding! We love these amazing parrots that are made out of leaves!!
They use other flowers than roses
New-age flowers and even wild flowers are now being used to create a more earthy-raw feel.
Their simplistic decor idea is rangoli and it's banging
Pic via A Cube Project
Rangoli is perhaps the most used idea in South Indian weddings and they do it with flowers - it's cost-effective and effortless!
Have you read our Kanjeevaram Brides on WMG that Redefined South Indian Weddings yet?