Wedding Color Inspiration – Shanaiya Bridal Sari

Metallic earth - Gold, copper, brown and turquoise modern saree from Shanaiya bridal

For gorgeous wedding color inspiration, one need not look further than an Indian wedding, but these sarees from Shanaiya 2010 bridal collection, featuring deep jewel tones and contrasting textures and patterns, takes the traditional dress to new technicolor heights. Above: Trends – brown based sari with blue paisley print palu; below: Swarna – vibrant bandhani saree in red, mustard and turquois with patch embroidery of metallic hue thread and sequins.

Wedding in full color - inspiration from a saree by Shanaiya bridal 2010 designs

Rustica – earth tone lehriya sari with a laser embroided net pallu embroided with floral designs.

Saree soiree - long sleeve choli blouse floral brown sari from Shanaiya UK

Samantha bandhani green and purple-based printed saree with a crushed skirt gold sequins enbroirdery.

Shaadi chic - exotic jewel tones on an Indian bridal sari

Miloni – red daaboo print crushed saree with intricate sequin circle motifs.

Regal tones - Deep jewel colors on a beautiful bridal saree from Shanaiya 2010 collection

Left: Caroline lehriya printed lehnga choli with crushed fabric with embroidery of sequins and silk. right: Jennie, gold foil printed saree with net and velvet floral veil around the pallu with matching net slit in the skirt section.

Colorful wedding inspiration - Indian wedding saree from UK based bridal house

Neelam pari - ethnic bandhani and net saree with lovely intricate eastern embroidery on the pallu and shoulder.

Green, burgundy traditional Indian wedding dress - Saree with elaborate pallu design

Shanaiya is one of the official sponsors for Miss Universe Great Britain 2010, Snehali Naik. For buying information and more beautiful traditional Indian dresses, including salwar kameez, check out the website.

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  • nikoo

    you are a graet designer..

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  • http://mamabearstamps.wordpress.com Tammy: MamaBearStamps

    These are stunning! I love the rich colors!

  • deepak sheta

    very very good trimendas

  • Kate

    I LOVE the dresses… but the main reason I stopped by to look was because of how heavily photoshopped these girls are! I wonder if the dresses are really that vibrant. :/

  • Nancy

    I must say that these are very beautiful saree’s! The designs are traditional but fresh, though I am not of Indian descent I want to get married in them, beccause they are so gorg!