We at ShaadiSaga get super-duper excited when we have to talk about our favourite South Indian weddings. They are culturally rich and everything about this type of wedding is absolutely surreal. And most importantly, the gorgeous South Indian brides leave us gasping the very instant we lay our eyes on them. 

Be it the timeless Kanjeevaram saree, which is paired with beautiful gold temple jewellery is one of our favourites. Or, the elegance and grace with which these real brides carry themselves are beyond imagination. And our love for South Indian brides has led us to curate a blog with all of our favourite portraits of them. So hang on ladies because you are in for the latest south Indian bridal portraits that are AMAZING. So start scrolling and bookmark your fave portraits for your upcoming South Indian wedding. 

Top South Indian Bridal Portraits That Are All Heart

1. Prettiest South Indian Brides Who Carried A Veil

These south Indian brides seem to surprise everyone with their off-beat choice of taking a veil with their traditional saree. A saree with a veil is not everyone's cup of tea but these brides’ take-on mixing traditions is a definite thumbs up from our side. They have pulled this look so effortlessly that we are in absolute awe of them. What do you think of these best south Indian bridal portraits with a veiled beauty?

2. Gold On Gold? Why Not! 

South Indian jewellery is all about pairing their gorgeous wedding ensemble with the right kind of gold jewellery. These brides went a step ahead and chose a rich gold saree to go with their stunning gold south Indian jewellery. No wonder they are looking nothing less than a goddess descending right from heaven. So, take some inspiration brides because their gold on the gold look is definitely one of our favourites among the lot. 

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3. Minimalism Makes The Loudest Noise

If you think wedding looks are all about being extravagant, then hold on, you are in for a total surprise. These south Indian brides took the minimalistic route and amazed everyone with their elegance and beauty. They are perfect for brides who do not want to compromise on their wedding day look but still want a hassle-free and comfortable option. These minimalistic south Indian bridal portraits look extremely chic and charming. 

4. South Indian Brides In A Pink Saree = BEAUTY!

Let’s just first take a moment to appreciate how gorgeous these brides are looking in a pink saree. These different shades of pink that these brides have set their heart to look extremely radiant. We love the idea of doing away with a traditional saree colour and opting for a more bold and different hue like a pink. They are making all heads turn as they look out of this world. And did you notice how well the pink colour of the saree compliments their traditional gold jewellery?

Also Read: 25 Ideas of Including Pink Colour Decor in Your Wedding

5. Cos Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend

Who doesn’t love diamonds? We surely do. And these brides seem to love diamonds as much as we do. They decided to give their traditional gold jewellery a miss and instead deck themselves in some incredible pieces of diamond jewellery. Right from their necklace, earrings and mathapatti to their kamarbandh, everything is in diamonds. Their blend of trends and traditions is worth taking inspiration from and is perfect as south Indian bridal portraits. 

Must Read: 4c’s Of Diamond Jewellery To Know Before You Buy An Engagement Ring

6. Red & Green Is The Traditional Combination 

Dripping in tradition from head to toe, these south Indian bridal beauties made sure that they steal our heart away at the first gaze. These brides chose two of the best known bridal colours, red and green for their wedding ensemble. It is unquestionably a match made in heaven. These brides look extremely divine and sophisticated with their classic choice. So, for brides who want to stick to their traditional roots, you can take some inspo from these brides and click gazillion images for your South Indian wedding. 

7. Ditch The Saree Cos It’s Lehenga Time

It is not every day that we see a south Indian bride wearing a lehenga. We love when brides give a little twist to their traditional wedding ensemble just like this bride. While sticking with the conventional south Indian fabric, she chose a lehenga for her wedding ceremony rather than a saree. Her decision of adorning a lehenga is grabbing eyeballs for all the right reasons. It’s a rare sight to see but it definitely is worth it and of course one of the trending south Indian bridal portrait to get a click in. 

Read More: 23 Elegant Saree Lehenga Designs For The South Indian Brides!

Source Shekhar Jay

8. Some Major Off-beat Bridal Inspiration Coming Right Your Way

We know how the millennial bride loves to experiment with her bridal looks. Some go exceptionally off-beat while some settle for a blend of traditions and style. We have got you a collection of some amazingly beautiful south Indian brides who decided to take a little detour with their wedding shopping and ended with some mind-blowing sarees for their d-day. Their different hued sarees are worth all the attention and definitely need to be bookmarked by our lovely brides-to-be. 

9. Pair Your OTT Temple Jewellery For Your South Indian Bridal Portrait 

We are absolutely in love with the gold jewellery that a south Indian bride adorns on her wedding day. A look at those huge pieces of temple jewellery, beautifully layered and paired with their ensemble will make any bride go 'Whoah'. And these brides wore the perfect ornaments of gold to complete their look. Their OTT look is sure to make all heads turn. We have to say, no one layers their jewellery better than a south Indian bride. Don’t you agree?!

10. South Indian Brides Who Aced The Monochrome Look For Their Wedding

Whoever thinks that minimalism is boring, they definitely need to take a look at these brides who are slaying their wedding look in a single tone South Indian saree. These brides are carrying themselves with such grace and poise that we can’t stop gushing over them. Just glance at them and you’ll go weak in the knees. So, if you are wearing a monochrome wedding outfit, then don't forget to get clicked and cherish your stunning pictures for the rest of your life.  

Source Gini Bhogal

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50+ South Indian Bridal Portraits We Have Fallen In Love With!

by Vidhi Gupta

50+ South Indian Bridal Portraits We Have Fallen In Love With!