Indian bride looks stunning with very beautiful designer wedding blouse made by our well known fashion designers. If you don’t find the unique and different design of blouse by your own, there are ways through which you can create beautiful bridal blouse without breaking your brain.
Sari is the pride of the ethnic Indian dresses. There is cotton chiffon, silk and synthetic saris ranging from very simple plain saris to heavy wedding ones. The designs of bridal blouses for heavy silk saris for wedding are in great demand these days. There are designer bridal blouses made for for silk, plain, satin, netted and wedding saris.
Wedding blouse designs can be customised with maggam work, kundan work, zardosi work, stone work, thread embroidery etc. to create rich and classy look. Blouse materials are no longer plain cotton or silk. They are made from georgette, crepe, wrinkle-free brocade, Lycra, velvet, and blends.
The latest collection is there of Sleeve less, short sleeves, full sleeves, quarter sleeves, spaghetti strap blouse, halter neck, low neck designer wedding blouses. The different designs are suitable for different occasions for example heavy work blouse for weddings and simple light work to plain blouses for casual occasions.
Printed, zari and brocade blouses also work well at casual occasions. A plain silk or chiffon sari looks stunning with a heavy work blouse. Such blouses look gorgeous and are ideal for wearing with lehengas or sarees at any wedding or formal function.
Wedding blouse designs
Bridal Blouse for Kanjeevaram Sarees
This blouse design is perfect for the brides to be and especially the ones who are supposed to wear Kanjeevaram Sarees for their wedding. You can even refer it as a typical South Indian blouse design.
Plain elbow length bridal blouse designs
Even though these blouse designs are referred as Plain Elbow Length Blouse Designs but the sleeves of these silk blouses that have broad border is very much in fashion. They complement the silk as well as the embroidered sarees.
Embroidered elbow length blouse designs
Just when you thought that elbow length blouse designs are old fashioned, they made their stylish and sleek way back to business. You can choose to use stitched patterns on the elbow length sleeves or some stone work looks pretty too.
Bridal bouse designs with stone work
The most popular bridal blouse design is the stone work on the elbow sleeves. It not just looks beautiful, but it also adds an eccentric look to the saree or lehenga you are pairing it with. Make sure you select the right shades of stones on the basis of your blouse colour.
Hand work bridal blouses
What could be better than handwork that has been clearly put to perfection? The Blouse Designs on the picture above have designs on their sleeves which are branches and leaves. Whether it is a half sleeve blouse or elbow length, it is the design on it that matters.
Embellished bridal blouse designs
The highly embellished blouse designs are the ones that heavy work done on their sleeves. It is the kundan work, stone work or patch work done perfectly on the sleeves that add a rich element to the blouse design.
The Haldi Ceremony Blouse Designs
Most of the brides go for simple sarees for their Haldi ceremonies but they look for blouse designs which enhance their look completely. For example, yellow embroidered blouse for a Pink saree or Pink Blouse for yellow sarees.
The Classic Puffs are never out of fashion
If you thought that wearing blouses that have puff sleeves was outdated, then you have no idea how classically fashionable it looks. The ones that have prints on them and a thick border are way more than just beautiful.
The ultimate bridal blouse design with a round cut
The Blouse designs that have a round cut at the back is quite common but what makes this the ultimate bridal blouse design is the design at the back. The unique styling of jhumkas and maangtika as latkans, also the stitch work representing the bride in doli and groom riding the horse makes it the best choice.
The Patchwork Blouse Design
Some patchwork that defines beautiful art work is always a pretty picture and so is the patchwork in the blouse design. Teaming such blouse designs with plain sarees or silk sarees is a good choice.
The Blouse with hints of Kundan work
Kundan work has always been one of the artistic forms of design which can make any blouse go from simple to heavy. It is not compulsory that Kundan work always means too much of work, even light amount of work goes pretty fine with sarees.
Blouse Designs with cut work and silk borders
A normal blouse can be made to look stylish if you add some cut work to it as similar as collage work one does in project work. The blouse designs go best with heavy silk sarees or embroidered sarees. While the blouse that have silk borders as design complement all types of silk sarees as long as the color coordinates.
Maggam work with gold thread
Wedding blouses that have designs done with gold threads have a different kind of look and that is how the Maggam work is done. It adds flavor to the rich bridal wear.