Take Inspo from Bollywood Actresses Who Donned Gorgeous Bridal Sarees

Take Inspo from Bollywood Actresses Who Donned Gorgeous Bridal Sarees

Bollywood with time has proved to be the greatest influence for anything and everything. Whether a Bollywood actress is getting married or not seeing them wear designer sarees is like a dream. In the late 80s and early 90s, actresses were seen wearing sarees as their outfits in the movies and it was an era of evergreen beauties. Sarees can make you look simple and glowing at the same time.

Remember the actress Mumtaaz? She looked astonishing wearing an orange saree while dancing to the song “Aaj Kal Tere mere Pyaar ke charche” it’s almost like a dream seeing her in traditional attires and sarees draped in such a legendary way. All her saree looks are still famous and actresses like Sonam Kapoor and many others hs tried to remake the look successfully.

It’s certainly becoming a tradition for many recent celebrity brides to wear sarees after they’re just married and ready to give a public appearance. Let’s take Anushka Sharma for reference as the early brides among others. She gave a public appearance in silk red and golden bridal saree after getting married to the captain of the Indian cricket team Virat Kohli.

Following similar footsteps, Deepika Padukon was also seen in a silk saree for a brief dinner with her in-laws or reception party. Brides have become more aware of how Indian tradition is important and what’s the cultural intake on the bridal collection.

Now let’s discuss the bride’s wearing bridal sarees on their wedding day:

Dia Mirza tied the knot with businessman Vaibhav Rekhi in an intimate ceremony, recently. And she was wearing a silk saree for her wedding and a dupatta to clever her head. Her husband was also in a simple sherwani. Their answer to a simple outfit is that they wanted to spend money on something which is worthy. Bridal lehengas are rarely worn after the wedding but a saree can be worn on any occasion coming your way.

  • Yami Gautam

Yami Gautam the actress from “Ginni weds Sunny” recently got married to the Filmmaker Aditya Dhar in a private ceremony. She surprised people with her simple looks and just a silk saree and gold jewelry with a dupatta on her head on her wedding day. The 33 years old maroon silk saree that she wore was of her mother’s. She also wore Himachali nath which was again gifted by her grandmother.

  • Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone the renowned actress of Bollywood got married to another film star Ranveer Singh in a golden silk saree in Italy. It was a great combination of Punjabi south Indian wedding outfits to experience. She also wore a blood-red bridal gown for her reception night with all other celebrities, it was a never seen before outfit.

  • Vidya Balan:

Vidya Balan, who got married to Siddharth Roy Kapoor, kept it quite simple and ethnic. She wore a simple silk saree with minimal mehndi and gold jewelry. Aditya on the other hand wore a yellow kurta to his wedding.

  • Aishwarya Rai

The beauty queen of Bollywood, Aishwarya Rai, wore a yellow silk saree to her wedding with Abhishek Bachchan. Her hair was accessorized with flowers and her neck was studded with a gold choker and haar jewelry.

The Bridal Collection Offered by DollyJ

At Dolly J, our clothes capture a lifestyle that mirrors today’s India, an unapologetic fusion of the cultural and the contemporary. We believe in staying true to the traditions that have built this legacy while moving forward into a more fearless world. We imagine traditional crafts in a contemporary language, making them relevant for women of all ages and sizes. Buy designer sarees online at DollyJ.

To us, it is not just the garment that is important, but also the story behind it – from using sustainable fabric to sharing the experiences of our tailors and karigars. We hope you fall in love with not just the beauty of our pieces, but the narratives that created them.

Our mission is to celebrate the heritage that gives our clothes its authenticity and character. By using Parsi embroidery and thread-work, we celebrate the rich tradition of textile that has thrived in India for centuries. We operate with absolute transparency about our methods and workers, and we hope to celebrate the different traditions that make them unique. Our karigars add their own charm to each bridal gown by hand stitching it, their stories echoed in the weaves of the fabric.

We are committed to creating a more sustainable world, and use organic and natural material for all our garments, which we then transform into handwoven fabrics. We believe that fashion has to exist in correspondence with the past and the future. As much as it is our responsibility to celebrate the past, it is equally important for us to protect the future, and in keeping with this, we make it our mission to operate with sustainable practices.