Marathi weddings are all about vibrant, colourful and rich culture. The Marathi wedding outfits depicts the same cultural appeal. Marathi brides wearing a gorgeous nine yard long Nauvari saree in bright colours with beautiful motif pattern looks absolutely stunning. No doubt, the Marathi bridal outfits are the best but finding the perfect one is a little difficult task. To help you out, we curated the pictures of latest Marathi wedding outfits that we love. These images give you a glimpse of the best Marathi wedding outfits that are in trend lately. To get the ideas for your vibrant Marathi wedding look check out the photos collection right now.
Marathi brides are easily recognizable because of their distinctive traditional look. Our observation says it is highly impossible to take your eyes off one without being blown away. Well, the traditional charm they carry is simply unmatchable. Right from the outfit of a Marathi bride to the unique parts of jewelry and subtle makeup, she carries everything so gracefully. The overall appearance of a Marathi bride oozes tradition. You will relate to this even if you have just seen a picture of marathi bride. But, to experience the real sight is surreal.
A traditional wedding outfit of a Marathi bride is a classic Paithani saree. It is called the queen of silk, because of its royal presence back then. Paithani saree is a symbol of cultural significance in Maharashtra and holds an esteemed place in bridal wedding trousseau. Did you even get married the maharashtrian way if you don't have enough photos in a classic Paithani saree?
Paithani saree is named after a place called Paithan in Aurangabad, Maharashtra where these sarees are handwoven. Marathi bridal outfit is a Paithani saree with elaborate gold borders in vibrant colors. The most common color combinations are yellow ochre or marigold yellow with green or purple borders. These sarees can be either Paithani 6 yards or Nauvari sarees measuring 9 yards.
These sarees have unique designs across border and pallu. It also has some kaleidoscopic effects which are arrived at by using different colors for weaving lengthwise and widthwise. Most of the Paithani motifs are influenced by Ajanta caves and Buddhist paintings because of its proximity to the place. Large motifs of kamal (lotus), Hans (swan), Asawalli (flowering vines), Morbangdi (peacock bangle), tota- maina (parrots), Humarparinda (peasant bird) and some small motifs of circles, stars, flowers, leaves are common throughout the length of the saree.
Some of the common designs would comprise of muniya- a kind of parrot, panja- a geometrical flower, barwa- stands of a ladder, laher- centre design to highlight zari, muthada- a geometric design, aswali - a flower pot with a flowering plant, mor- peacock.
A Marathi bride is incomplete without a jillion of traditional jewelry around her. The elements of jewellery are very unique and it further adds to the traditional aesthetics. Some of the common jewelry are choodas-the green glass bangles, Thusi which is the traditional neckpiece, nath or a nose piece which is typical to Maharashtrian brides and vaaki or armlets. Also, the most highlighted and celebrated part of a Marathi outfit is the mundavalya which is worn by both bride and groom. It is a unisex headband with two strings of pearls tied horizontally at the forehead and 2 strings of pearls hanging down next to ears. Even after all this, the look of a Marathi bride is incomplete without the crescent moon shaped bindi, which highlights the forehead.
Here we have collected some of the best images from the brides who rocked Marathi outfit at their wedding. Screenshot your favorite and flaunt the best look at your wedding. Dont forget to check out the latest images for saree blouse designs to complete the look. Also, have a look at the reception sarees and wedding silk sarees to not miss out on the latest trends.Read Less