There is something so magical and surreal about Banarasi outfits and these brides who wore Banarasi sarees on their wedding day are surely inspiring us. Originating from the holy city of Banaras or Varanasi, the Banarasi silk holds an important space in every bride-to-be’s wardrobe. The charm of these timeless and yet every bit glamorous, Banarsi sarees is absolutely undeniable. These real brides who wore Banarsi sarees on their D-day are looking absolutely stunning.

Bring that WOW factor in your bridal look by donning a Banarasi saree on your wedding day, because they are every bit royal and regal. 

Seek Inspiration From These Brides Who Wore Banarasi Sarees On Their Wedding And Aced Their Look Like A Pro:

1. Brides In Ravishing Red Banarasi Sarees For That Extraordinary Look

Isn’t she looking like a diva in this absolutely gorgeous saree and we are truly gushing over her look.

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Image Source: Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Another one who opted for a glorious red Banarasi saree for her wedding and surely made heads turn. Don’t you think so too?

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Image Source: Ekaya Banaras

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How can we forget Anushka Sharma and her marvellous reception look that literally took the fashion world by storm?

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Well, this maroon Benarsi saree tops our list and the bride’s portrait is sure to take inspiration from.

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Image Source: Vishnu Raveendran

Totally crushing over this OTT bride’s saree and boy isn’t she looking gorgeous?

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This bride who wanted to make a statement with her look opted for a contrasting purple blouse and totally had all eyes on her.

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2. Brides Who Wore Sarees Other Than Red On Their Wedding

Totally in awe of this one who wore a stunning multi-colored saree and was truly the star of the evening. Don’t miss out on her beautiful temple jewellery.

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Image Source: Meera Sakhrani

We are loving this bride who paired diamond jewellery with her purple Banarasi saree and set a new trend for all brides-to-be.

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Image Source: Gulati Editions

How about these brides who wore diamond jewellery for the ceremony.

Well, she took our heart away with her pretty pink saree that she wore with a layered necklace and looked royal as ever.

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Who said red is the only color for brides? Gushing over this bride and her royal blue Banarasi saree that made her look even more charming.

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Seek inspiration from these brides who wore Banarasi lehengas on their wedding.

Seems just the perfect pick for intimate winter weddings? This light green saree is just too pretty to be ignored.

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Image Source: Ekaya Banaras

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3. Brides Who Rocked Their Sarees With A Veil

This bride made her look even more eye-catching and phenomenal with a red veil and that saree was the real show stealer.

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Another one who aced her look in a beige Sabyasachi saree and added the veil for that top-notch bridal look.

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Adoring this bride who wore a gorgeous beige saree with a hand painted veil and a striking blouse sleeve design that is hard to ignore.

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You can also try a contrasting veil with your Banarasi saree and we bet you will be slaying like a diva.

pink banarasi saree

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These brides wore Sabyasachi sarees and had their fashion game on point.

So, without any further ado,ditch the usual bridal lehengas and pick these royal banarasi sarees for they are a perfect dose of traditional yet contemporary fashion. What do you think?

Don’t miss out on ShaadiWish approved bridal wear for your wedding.

Kriti Sawhney
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