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South Indian Bridal Saree Ideas for a Telugu Wedding

South Indian Bridal Saree Ideas for a Telugu Wedding

A bright colorful saree in rich silk adorned with beautiful borders is a hallmark of every Telugu bridal look. Be it a simple Gadwal saree, a traditional white and red saree, or something enriched with intricate detailing, there are tons of saree ideas for Telugu brides. We have compiled a list of some popular and on-trend saree styles and colors you can opt for your wedding. Have a look!

  1. Lovely Blue

Whether it’s an all-blue Kanjeevaram or pink & blue Venkatagiri saree, it’s perfect to redefine your bridal look.

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  1. Pink with a Touch of Gold or Yellow

Light or deep pink Kanchipuram silk saree with a touch of gold or yellow is sure to entice everyone at your wedding. 

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  1. Maroon & Gold Delight

A maroon & gold silk saree with temple borders or intricate embroidery never fails to impress. 

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  1. The Power of Deep Green

A deep moss green or bottle green Gadwal, Ponchampally, or simply Kanjeevaram with a rich border will accentuate your bridal look like nothing else. 

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  1. Blue & Yellow or Gold Combo

A heavy navy or simple blue Kanjeevaram saree with a touch of golden hues is ideal for any pre or post-wedding function.

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  1. Yellow & Silver Love

A pattu half saree lehenga or Kanjeevaram in yellow and silver tones is perfect to wear at your Haldi ceremony.

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  1. Bold & Bright Pink

Unleash your inner diva by donning a hot or bright pink Venkatagiri or Kanjeevaram on your D-day. Opt for a gold or silver Kamarbandh to accentuate the rich color.

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  1. White & Maroon

Who says white & maroon is just for Bengalis brides? Ditch the notion and opt for a white or cream & maroon pattusaree.

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  1. Serene Pastel

Pastel hues with a heavy border on a saree teamed up with a light contrasting blouse will earn you compliments from top designers. 

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  1. Divine Pink & Creme

A cream or off-white pattusaree with a pink border is a great stylish alternative to richly woven Kanjeevaram. Drape the saree in the form of a lehenga for a unique look.

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  1. The Copper Kanchipuram Pattu

A copper Mangalagiri, Gadwal, or Kanjeevaram saree with a similar or contrasting border promotes elegance in no time. 

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  1. Orange Delight 

Ditch the red and wear an orange silk saree with a rich gold border.

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  1. All-Gold Pattu Saree

Don’t want to settle for reds, greens, or pinks? Get a pattu saree with gold and tussar color and be the best-looking bride in town!

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  1. The Parrot Green Saree & Maggam Blouse

If you love bright colors, a parrot green Kanchipuram saree with a bright pink maggam work blouse is an ideal option to consider.

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15. White Gadwal Saree

A Gadwal off-white saree with gold or red saree with zari borders is simple yet alluring at the same time. 

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  1. Orange & Green Kanjeevaram

A silk saree in orange with a green border and a touch of gold is great for any traditional Telugu bride.

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  1. Different Colors & Color Combos

If you don’t like to settle for the ordinary, opt for different colors or color combos for your bridal saree/half-saree.

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  1. Yellow & Green Pride

Be a happy-go-lucky bride on your Haldi in a yellow & green silk saree.

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Opt for any of these sarees, colors, color combinations, and designs for your dream wedding. 

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