write-reviewWrite A Reviewdownload-appDownload App
India's Favourite Wedding Planning Platform

Latest Engagement Sarees ( 58 photos )

While its common and traditional practice among the south indian brides to wear saree for the engagement and wedding ceremonies, it has become quite a trend to wear saree for engagements in north india too. Many brides prefer to opt for a beautiful saree as their engagement outfit as it will surely look quintessential. There are different styles of sarees out there from opulent silk saree to South Indian pattu sarees which you can consider to adorn at your engagement. You can give a twist to traditional saree by choosing a lehenga saree for your engagement. We definitely can say, a bride-to-be is spoiled with choices.

Well, if you have chosen to wear saree for your engagement ceremony, let us first congratulate you for that exceptionally good choice, you are going to look a class apart. Engagement saree for bride in north india is not a common choice, but trust us, you will be a trendsetter, it looks elegant if you manage to choose the trendiest one that suits you well.

We are here to help you grab the right one which is latest in trend, and suits all your needs. Browse through the images in the photo gallery, screenshot the favorite ones and flaunt it in front of your guests. You can do all this by downloading WedMeGood app on App Store or play store.

Quickly read through pointers, this will easily help you arrive at the best choice.

  • The bridal engagement saree has to look heavy , because duh! You just don’t want to end up looking like everyone else. Two things to consider are 1. The fabric , 2. The design and colour

  • Engagement saree for a indian bride will look picture perfect for occasion only if you choose the right fabric. Silk or pure silk is obviously the best choice and never goes out of trend. But depending on the design you can also choose georgette, net, satin or crepe.

  • Categorically, the latest options in design are lehenga saree, designer or heavy saree, silk saree and pattu sarees.

  • Lehenga saree for bridal engagement wear is the latest trending engagement wear for indian brides. It can be the perfect choice for a balance between traditional and modern aspects. The lehenga and saree both are usually much lighter than other bridal wedding attires. When both of them are paired together, it creates the magical look with the right amount of bold and beautiful.

  • Designer or heavy engagement sarees for bride is for the women who seek for something unique to wear. There are endless options to choose from. They come in all sorts of fabric like Net, georgette, satin, pure silk or crepe. Gota patti or zardosi work can be chosen to make it look slightly traditional, you can also choose stonework, heavy zari border or glitter work to keep it completely modern.

  • Silk saree for engagement is the most traditional wear for south indian brides. These sarees can have heavy zari border and palla to make it look phenomenal. Silk sarees are available in a wide range of bright colours. Choose the colour that best suits you and brings out the best photos and also something which is not the similar shade as your wedding saree. You will obviously want to avoid both events looking like one.

  • Puttu saree is a south Indian wedding saree for engagement. Puttu is a south indian word used for silk. These sarees have rich gold work on a pure silk saree. Choice of colour again depends on what suits you well. Puttu sarees are also available in multicolour options.

A good saree look is complete only when you choose a blouse design that compliments your saree and your personality well. Look here, for latest photos of saree blouse design, choose from the trendiest ones and freeze the best ones to go with your engagement saree. To make it easier, we bring you the best and latest pictures of different engagement sarees available for Indian brides. These images depict the trend of engagement sarees. Explore the photos and decide for yourself what style of engagement saree is your favourite.

Read Less
Sort by:



iconSave wedding ideas on your phone
Download the App