Kalamkari, Chikankari, Kanjivaram, Bhagalpuri, Taant, Bomkai Bandhani- the forms of sarees in India are endless. However, the endurance and elegance of every saree are timeless. A Saree, be it the 9-yard beauty or 6-yards of pure aesthetics, never discriminates the wearer with labels. Whether you're planning a reception look or a cocktail party outfit, sarees make for an exceptional choice. The best part of about wearing a saree in today's age is that you don't need to worry about finding one that requires extreme fussing over. Just pick a nice high-end designer saree that is pre-stitched or ready to wear!
Whether you choose a sari that is painted on with large tribal motifs, wear a saree with ruffles, go for something with floral Resham thread work, or pick a shimmer saree today brides have the liberty to choose from the finest of these designs for their weddings. Designer sarees have a way of making your occasions even more memorable with their finesse and grace. And we have just the right list of designers and their exceptional designer sarees that are perfect for any wedding function. 🥻
From textures that are feather-like to the touch, to embellishments that sparkle when they catch someone's eyes, premium designer sarees by these designers are worth every penny spent on them. When you, as the bride, walk into the venue in a saree, rather than a suit or bridal lehenga, you are bound to leave everyone awestruck. A bride in a saree leaves an everlasting impression on people and will always be revered for her courage and classiness for pulling off a royal look at her wedding.
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Every bride dreams of becoming the Sabyasachi Bride. Creator of the modern age, royal bride, Sabyasachi is one of the top bridal couturiers in India and overseas. If you're more of a subtle bride, looking for an outfit in the form of a premium designer saree, then Sabyasachi will never disappoint. Though these high-end designer saree prices may leave a considerable dent on your wallet, trust us, they're worth it.
This red organza saree paired with a raw silk blouse and enhanced with Tilla and Marori detailing has us swooning over its finesse.
One of the best designs by the designer, this pale pink organza saree comes from the Sabyasachi Art Foundation. Lightly hand-painted with floral patterns, this saree comes with a handstitched silk blouse that is perfect for the summer weddings!
Dress to impress like Sonam K Ahuja, who never fails to wow us with her beautiful ensembles. The 'Mahatma Gandhi Saree' is an exquisite piece of artistry by the designer, which combines hand embroidery with delicate designs.
Looking for a cocktail outfit? Pick a Sabya saree aka The Margarita saree, that is shimmery to the last detail, straight from the Summer 2020 collection!
Straight from the Sabyasachi 2020 Destination Weddings Edit, this embroidered organza saree is a pure dream. PS: We LOVE her choker & the Taj Minaudière Bridal Clutch by the designer!
Meet the maker of some of the most popular designer sarees in India. With over 30 years of craftsmanship in the fashion industry, Manish Malhotra has come a long way. His name is synonymous with fashion. In fact, he kicked off the new year in the grandest way possible, by styling more than half of Bollywood attending Armaan Jain and Anissa Malhotra's wedding! Creator of chic and ultra-modern designs, here are some of his exquisite designer sarees.
If you love pastels paired with sequins work, then you need Janhvi Kapoor’s sequin Manish Malhotra saree. Nothing screams 'it's my wedding' like a saree that glimmers in demanding glamour.
If you're a bride that enjoys all eyes on her, then this one's for you. Swathed in sequins, this beautiful and trendy designer saree is pure love!
Show off your inner sexiness with a red saree like this one that boasts intricate embroidery and an embellished blouse with a plunging neckline.
With this year's display of his new designs, Manish Malhotra has officially established himself as the king of sequin sarees. Oh! Did you notice that cape that is attached with the saree? Now, that's something ;)
Celebrated designer Anita Dongre has been working closely with celebs for over 22 years. With her brand 'House of Anita Dongre' being revered as one of the top fashion designers in the world, there is no doubt that you will not only find some of the best bridal lehengas from her but also beautiful designer sarees. Dongre's designs are not just inspiration worthy, but also celebrate Indian craftsmanship at its finest.
Known as the Niyaz Saree, this intricately embroidered red saree symbolises Rajasthani royalty, that comes with gota patti along with pearls, sequins, and zardosi work.
Elaborately embroidered by hand with pearls, sequins, zari, zardosi and Dongre's signature gota patti on pure georgette, the Caara Saree is the perfect fit for a royal bride.
Looking for something in a deeper shade? The Yamira saree is pure georgette goodness in dark green, embroidered with delicate floral motifs that are reminiscent of the wildflowers that bloom in the forests of Rajasthan.
The epitome of opulence, the Mariana saree by Anita Dongre is made of pure georgette with hand embroidery that is perfect for a spring wedding affair.
Tarun Tahiliani is known in India for his opulent designs for brides. Be it sarees, suits or bridal lehengas, you will find only the finest pieces of couture from this designer. Celebrated his 25 years recently in the fashion industry, he has gained recognition throughout the years for designing Indian influenced rich and elegant apparel that combines the traditional factor with modern western silhouettes.
First up is a bridal saree in sindhoori red and aubergine colour that has intricate aari, zari and kashida handwork that is paired beautifully with a brocade mandarin collar and a zardozi border!
The epitome of beauty! This black lace corset saree with Swarovski crystals is drop-dead-gorgeous!
This gota and dana cut embroidered saree is a dream! Paired with a hand-embroidered blouse and embellished with crystals and fringes, this blush pink saree is ideal for the sangeet function.
This beige Chikankari floral saree with cut dana and sequin detail, embellished with crystals, is bound to make any bride look like a goddess.
A truly elegant ensemble, this beautiful pre-draped shimmer saree with a sequinned bustier is the perfect outfit for a savvy cocktail party.
One of the many amazingly designed concept sarees by Tarun Tahiliani, we adore a black saree with multicoloured thread embroidery, highlighted by stones, beads, and crystals.
As the creator of one of the largest and most respected designer labels in the country, Ritu Kumar has a unique style of her own. It reflects the ancient traditions of Indian craftsmanship in a contemporary vocabulary. Over many years of her work, Ritu Kumar has been inspired by endless Indian textiles crafts, that can be seen in her work. Merging intricate embroideries with quality fabrics and interesting colours, there's no denying that every bride should own at least one piece by this designer.
If you're planning to wear a red saree on your wedding day, then this design by Ritu Kumar is a timeless piece. This silk saree with beige embroidery is a handcrafted example of true mastery in bridal fashion.
Is beige your soul colour? A classic silk saree in an all beige ensemble is specially designed for the Millennial bride to wear on many wedding occasions like sangeet or reception. Pair it with some heavy gold jewelry and grab a clutch along with it to create the perfect outfit.
Be bold and beautiful in this classic blue Banarasi woven saree, boasting a Benaras royal weave and real zari work. This saree has traditional floral jaal work as well as a solid border, giving the bride who dons it a very traditional yet lovely look.
A rare yet magnificent piece by the designer, this saree is ideal for a peppy Mehendi function. A pre-draped georgette saree with an embellished boat neck blouse will surely give you the charm of pastels in one go. Oh! It also comes with an intricate belt that goes well with the outfit!
A designer that's left a worldwide mark, Anamika Khanna is a pioneer who was one of the first Indian fashion designers to showcase her work at the Paris Fashion Week. Her work has been referred to as unique, offbeat and designed for the modern age bride. Known for her contemporary designs, none of Khanna's designs has ever been a letdown. She is a celebrated and much-loved designer, both domestically and oversees.
This beautiful blush pink saree is a celeb favourite! Paired with a long cape of the same material, this design is ideal for a day time wedding function for any bride.
Mouni Roy's fashion is inspiration worthy and never fails to dazzle. This simple, yet gorgeous pre-draped saree by the designer only amplifies the 'boss lady' vibe of the actress.
Something closer to traditional sarees, this bright red saree with an embellished border is just right for a bride ready to take on the challenge of wearing a saree on her wedding!
Subtle yet chic, this hand embroidered saree in baby pink worn by actress Dia Mirza is dreamy and elegant in every way possible.
Launched in 2010, Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika creates phenomenal, statement worthy, experimental outfits in bright vivid colours. With the launch of this brand, designer Shubhika managed to create a bifurcation in the fashion industry by creating designs that had never been seen before in the quirkiest yet glamours ways possible. Brides who wear Papa Don't Preach are those who constantly love experimenting and redefining their fashion boundaries, this brand is meant just for you!
Meet 'Confetti from the sky'. This powder blue saree hosts vista blue gold beads and a hearts temple border and floral motifs embroidered on its pre-stitched body, which is paired with a cutwork embroidered blouse.
'Daisy' by Papa Don't Preach is an ivory coloured tulle and georgette half-stitched saree. Embroidered with sequins beads and roses paired, this whimsical design is what you need for making an iconic entry at your wedding.
One of the most iconic saree designs by Papa Don't Preach, the 'Whoopsidaisies' saree is the ideal saree for the experimental bride not looking to just walk out in a saree. This powder blue saree with golden and pink additions is more than just any other saree. It's a statement.
French yellow pre-stitched saree worn under and through an embellished shoulder harness and a heavily worked on a tunic, the 'Riot' saree is true to its name. A riot of pastel colours and glimmering brooch detail, this saree combines every element of fashion into a single, effortless outfit with much ease.
Varun Bahl is one of the most famous Indian fashion designers, a true artist, and couturier in the industry. Best known for his unique styles, Bahl has revolutionalised and inspired many others by creating signature pieces within the global styling cues. Blending antique techniques with innovative fabrics, this designer knows how to spin old classic garments with sensuous colours and exotic motifs that make a statement.
If you're a lover of multicoloured, printed sarees, then this is the piece for you. Straight from the 'Dancing Paisley' collection, this multi-hued printed saree features an exquisite pink hand-embroidered border and a ruffle detailed top with a dream-like flair.
Nothing beats the grace of this pretty blush-toned net saree. It features fine multi-colour embroidered floral borders along with a classic cut sleeveless blouse. Planning a summer wedding? This one's for you!
Shimmering with silver sequined sheeting on a contrasting base of mustard, this unique saree has our hearts. The border is finished with a refined hand-done katdana and every last detail of this saree has won us over.
A subtle multicoloured saree, which features an all-over waterfall-esque fall in pure georgette. This wonderful saree comes with a state-of-the-art paisley border and is paired with a pink raw-silk blouse that is ideal for the minimal bride.
With over 33 years of partnership, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla are pioneers of the Indian fashion industry. The duo's label is one of the most respected fashion houses and has created some of the most coveted designs in the country. The dynamic duo is accredited for reviving Chikinkari and Zardosi work, which was earlier, restricted to their native parts of India and were not used elaborately on the ramp. Their ethnic wear marks the eclectic use of warm and electric pallet of pink, red, black, and blue hues, which are loved by brides all over the world.
Mesmerising as ever, Isha Ambani Piramal wows us in a statement worthy sequin blouse and a black saree with shimmering jhallar borders. Get your glam on for your wedding, with something as dramatic and edgy as this saree!
This tissue saree worn by Rhea Kapoor is exquisitely embroidered in Gold maal or gold lace borders, paired with a full-sleeved high neck blouse with heavy lace border cuffs. Any bride in this ensemble would exude elegance and timeless grace.
From makeup to fashion, Kartina Kaif never fails to impress. Dressed in a beautiful net saree with cut out gota work by the designer, the actress is major outfit inspo for any bride to be!
Isn't this wonderful Bandhani saree worn by Shweta Bachchan Nanda just perfect? Hand embroidered with Mukaish and bordered with zardozi and stones, this saree is the true depiction of 'revival of the arts' as done by the duo.
Exuding sophistication and elegance, Siddartha Tytler has a flair for classy designs from a very young age. The eponymous couture brand, that was launched in 2002, boasts of ensembles that are a class apart. The designer's expertise ranges from sensually draped western wear to traditional outfits with a contemporary spin. Whether you're looking for something light and summery to something on the heavier side for winters, the brand's repertoire offers it all!
We're absolutely head over heels for this black saree! Honestly, a black double saree in mushroom silk base with gold, copper and silver aari embroidered pashmina pallu is a must-have for any bride.
A baby pink saree for your wedding functions? Why not! This net saree with silver and gold 3D sequin work and floral vine border is elegant in all ways. And how beautiful is that banana crepe blouse?
This gold net saree with gota patti stripes, sequins and beads has 'hand-embroidered glory' written all over It. Paired with matching front open zipper blouse, this saree set is worth going gaga over.
A pre-draped beauty from the designer, this gold shimmer saree in a tinsel jersey comes with a grey fully sequined and beaded high-low jacket blouse that will make every onlooker's eyes sparkle.
A global name on the rise, Gaurav Gupta has created a niche for his eponymous label as a progressive couturier and carved a world that is future primitive, reflected through his sculpture-like garments. Designs made for the neo-modern lady, his outfits are awe-inspiring. Gupta's designs are futuristic yet traditional with undertones of three-dimensional embroidery and embellishments, making his designs perfect for cocktails, dinner parties, receptions and much more.
Embellished with strings of real pearl, this modern-esque saree lehenga with a full-sleeved blouse would make a wonderful choice of outfit for a grand wedding reception.
Sharp and edgy in all the right ways, this black saree with silver zari work is our definition of a contemporary bridal ensemble with a traditional touch.
Being a pioneer in contemporary designs, Gaurab Gupta delivers a much needed refreshing touch to the traditional plain red saree with an embroidered pallu and blouse sleeves.
We're going gaga over this quirky white and mauve coloured saree. How unique is that feathered blouse, though!
Meet the designer that is truly changing how the material is sourced in the fashion industry. Combining the fantastical with the mundane, Amit Aggarwal is a designer who especially over the last 2 seasons continues to surprise us with his use of recycled plastics, industrial materials, and innovative weaves. From artificially rendered models adorning his lookbooks to voluminous looking evening gown, his take on the pretty and perfect has always been a bit off-beat.
Malaika Arora wowed us with her appearance at the reception of Armaan Jain and Anissa Malhotra in this new age saree by the designer from his collection called 'LUMEN' which was inspired by the body of a red iris flower.
Actress Tamannaah Bhatia donned this beautiful piece of artwork, from his new winged saree collection. Inspired by a Fractal Chrysanthemum, this saree is the perfect example of the designer's unique outfits.
This georgette saree by the designer is part of a wonderful collection of modern and sculpted eveningwear, which features unique cuts and dramatic drapes.
Brides with abstract taste, look no further! This blush silver-pink ombre pre-stitched saree in the lame base has a sequins embroidered drape and a blouse that stands out.
Suneet Varma is one of India's top designers who knows exactly how to embrace the ethnicity with sophistication, glamour and timeless embroidery. His designs are not just eye-pleasing but they're a work of art, especially his bridal couture. Meticulous craftsmanship and constant innovation are two of the most important factors that have led this talented designer to success.
This fabulous pink saree with mirror work will have every bride looking at her reflection and reciting 'mirror, mirror on the wall...' in no time (with a positive response, obviously!)
'Toned down' is not in this designer's vocab. Brides who aim to go OTT, choose a subtle colour with heavy work like this light pink and peach saree with silver embroidery.
There's no such thing as too much gold! Especially when it comes to Suneet Varma's signature embellished sarees.
With a heavily embroidered saree like this pale gold ensemble, you'll be turning your wedding into the runway in no time!
Assam born fashion designer, Sanjukta Dutta is on a mission to popularise the traditional Assamese attire Mekhla Chador through her timeless designs. With the philosophy of keeping her tradition alive and thriving in the fashion world, the designer has displayed her love for the traditional textiles of India through her much popular couture line. Sanjukta Dutta is of the singular belief that clothing and attire is not just a piece of cloth but a key and integral part of every human being and their identity. And her wonderful designs truly display it with just one look.
Straight from her new collection displayed at the Lakme Fashion Week 2020, this black and gold silk saree is the dream of every bride who loves traditional attire with heavy motifs and oxidised jewelry.
This black saree with red butterfly embroidery has us swooning. Doesn't Karisma Kapoor rock this look?
Truly a silk saree that deserves a place in every bride's closet, this saree makes for a wonderful outfit option for any wedding function held during the day or night.
We love the stunning Divya Khosla Bhushan in this memorable silk saree by the designer that's an amalgamation of sunlit colours like beige, orange and yellow.
There are only two words that best describe rising star Anushka Bajaj's fashion line - Daring and Dreamy. This young designer's clothing line is well complimented with surprising embellishments that add a hint of play which is a key signature element. Though her label is only a few years old, Bajaj has been winning hearts all over with her contemporary designs and traditional elements.
This embroidered peplum saree is a crowd-pleaser. The lilac saree goes beautifully with the fully embroidered peplum top with sparkling handwork that will add stars to the occasion.
The designer truly knows how to add drama to a draped saree. Featuring an aqua blue flower saree paired with a tasseled blouse, the saree is best styled with a studded necklace. Brownie points to the flowery pre-draped pallu!
This draped pant saree is fit for elegance. Unique and modern in every way, it is tailored beautifully and embellished with pearls. Style this one with petite diamond earrings and a pearl laden clutch!
Anushka Bajaj channels festive vibes in a tiramisu gathered ruffle draped saree paired with a crystal blouse. Stun the crowd with this ruffle sarees and win hearts everywhere.