Indian weddings are popular all over the world, known for their weeklong collection of rituals, music and bright clothes, the Indian weddings are loved and experienced joyously. In fact, people from other cultures and countries often come to our weddings with starry eyes and enjoy them so much. A traditional Hindu wedding often has a few components to it.
These rituals are namely:
- Roka is a ritual when both the bride and groom officially stop looking for prospective spouses.
- Engagement, this is the ring ceremony. It’s also a formal way for both families to meet each other.
- Haldi is an auspicious occasion where the bride and groom are adorned with a turmeric pack to give them a bridal glow.
- Mehendi, yet another auspicious ritual where the bride’s hands are decorated with henna designs.
- Sangeet is an occasion where family members get together for a night of dance and singing.
- Phere, this is the night; it's an occasion where the bride and groom enter into holy matrimony.
- Reception comes after the main wedding, and the couple introduces themselves to the world as one.
The Indian wedding is one beautiful event to experience in our lives; many children grow up dreaming about their own wedding and often plan it in great intricacy. It’s beautiful to see these dreams come true. At Weaver Story, there is no dearth of beautiful outfits for brides and their bridesmaids. Each one can dress up in beautiful attire and make the wedding memorable. In this blog, we explore the function of the Sangeet, and it’s the most fun out of all events, with music playing all night and guests dancing with merry. There are many things that can be worn to a Sangeet. However, the popular option is lehengas for Sangeet. Lehengas are stylish, and a designer lehenga for Sangeet is easy to carry around. We can dance easily. While we may consider a saree but often, the hassle of handling a saree can take the fun out of the sangeet ceremony.
Lehengas are a fun option, and Weaver Story offers excellent ideas for sangeet lehengas. Each is better than the other and offers us choices in different weaving techniques, embroideries, and colors. While we can all dress up in the best but a sangeet lehenga for the bride should be the most special. We can go for extravagant options such as lehengas made from Banarasi Katan Silk, or we can go for simple skirt and blouse combinations as well. Lehengas for Sangeet are classic options to keep in mind. Let’s take a look at these beautiful lehengas for the sangeet ceremony and make this an immemorable night:
1.Gharara is an excellent option:
While this may not be considered a traditional lehenga, nevertheless, a gharara brings all the fun of a lehenga and suit combined. It is comfortable, graceful and unique. The Yellow Handloom Pure Silk Tukdi Zardozi Embroidery Gararah with Yellow Kurti and Heavy Dupatta is an excellent pick; this set is everything we need to make our Sangeet fun, eclectic and magnanimous. The Gararah set is a canvas of excellent craftsmanship, intricate embroidery and an alluring zardozi work which will leave us breathless.
2. Banarasi Lehengas are immortal:
There is something about a gorgeous Banarasi Lehenga that keeps us coming back to it again and again. This lehenga is luxurious, classic and chic. A lehenga that can be worn on numerous occasions and will still find a way to be the best. The Pigeon Blue Handloom Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Lehenga with Gotta Patti Dupatta and Blouse is an excellent lehenga. Created with love, hard work and talent, it is everything we desire our lehenga for Sangeet to be. The lehenga is created with gorgeous Katan thread; the Katan fabric is fine and lustrous. This lehenga is a must-have!
3. Play with rich colors:
Rich and exuberant colors like peacock blue offer a certain elegance to an outfit. They are vibrant, a quality needed in a high-energy event like Sangeet. The Peacock Blue Handloom Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Lehenga With Organza Dupatta and Blouse is an excellent pick; the rich color will be the talk of the party as you dance and twirl away. The luxurious Katan silk is enhanced by Zardozi work and comes with an alluring organza dupatta.
4. Georgette for the win:
If you’re not feeling heavy lehengas and drapes, then a georgette fabric will be the better option. It is light and drapes fluidly around our bodies. The Hot Pink Handloom Bandhani Lehenga with Organza Dupatta and Blouse is an excellent pick and will keep you looking beautiful and gorgeous. The intricate zardozi work on the dupatta will keep you twirling the whole night!
5. A skirt and blouse combination keeps it easy and breezy:
If you’re looking for a more casual option that isn’t too serious, then you must go for a skirt and blouse combination. The Hot Pink Handloom Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Skirt with Canary Yellow Pure Habutai Silk Top is an excellent option; it is simple yet elegant and lavish. You don’t even have to worry about a dupatta and can roam around freely. So what are you waiting for?
These five lehengas will light up your Sangeet, they are each intricately crafted, and everything from designing to weaving and the finished product in hand is done in a nuanced fashion; Weaver Story believes in creating an experience that will forever be cherished for many years to come. Apart from lehengas for Sangeet, Weaver Story offers exquisite sarees in a variety of weavers, all authentically created. Perhaps you’d like to layer your lehengas in exquisite shawls to keep the cold at bay. Lastly, for your Sangeet, don’t forget to click ample pictures that can be adored in the years to come.
Author : Uma Shekhawat