The bridal fashions at designers, shopping malls and high street are based upon some basics of the fashion. The embroidery work, handicrafts and the basic designs that are more in vogue must be known by the bride to have the sound knowledge of the fashion to be adopted for the wedding. to know the basics of the fashion, that suits you , figure out some of the latest trends so that you can fulfill your dream of looking gorgeous bride.
1. Dabka work-
A fine shinning metal wire when shaped in the tabular spring shape with the zari material, forms the dabka work.
2. Awadhi Work
The embroidery on the rich boarders creates the intricate reception outfit for bridal lehenga. Most remarkable feature of Awadhi workmanship is the embroidery on the rich boarders that is mainly made of the floral motifs in the pure zardosi. Gold zari with tilla, salma, sitara and precious stones on the velvet are used to create the floral motif. It’s really nawabi, to be loved by them. The extra luxurious and the opulent...
3. Mukaish work/Badla work
The sarees and dupatta are spreaded by the skilled artisans with the help of flat wire and exhibit that it’s actually the part of the zardosi needle work. Mukaish work is actually best work for the overhead draping dupatta.
4. The illuminating Cutdana
The stones which have been cut at specific angles to facilitate the reflection of light. These illuminating colored stones are then sewed into the fabric with thin threads to create different patterns and the gorgeous designs.
5. Floral embroidery
The multifaceted floral designs are made quite thick and the common styles and designs make them extra gorgeous.
Gota is actually a kind of thick ribbon, which is woven on hand looms, which mainly uses very fine flat material called Badla instead of the yarn. The silver and gold are the best designs.
A chevron or zigzag pattern, knit into fabric. A kitsch wedding mehendi can accommodate a herringbone pattern blouse!
8. Interlock Knit-
The fabric, having two plys when are knit simultaneously to form the thicker and heavier ply are something heavy that can be hold by any embroidery.
9. The Jamdani
It’s actually the textile of Bengal and is finest Muslim textile.
10. Kashmiri style
With the help of the needles and the fine threads of the cotton, silk are skillfully woven by the skilled artisans. These are wonderful designs.
11. The Lucknowi
The delicate and the artfully done hand embroidery on the textile fabrics like as muslin, silk, chiffon and organza. The outfit appears like as the flowy mehendi.
12. The Mirror Work
This ornamentation method originated in Persia during 13th century and involves little pieces of mirror in various sizes which are encased in the decoration of the fabric first by interlacing threads and then with buttonhole stitch.