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Trending Embroideries for Wedding Season 2022!

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Let’s welcome the wedding season with the most splendid Indian embroideries that have been adding grandeur to our wedding outfits since the royal times. They have woven the rich Asian culture and complete the grandeur we need in our weddings. Here are the trendiest embroideries of 2022 that you can flaunt at Mehendi, Cocktails, Haldi, Wedding, or Receptions. 

  1. Look Graceful in Chikankari!

An ancient form of white floral embroidery never fails to win the heart! It is done on a variety of fabrics: cotton, muslin, silk, organza etc. Many styles of needlework are used in chikankari but the most basic five types you will find are: Phanda-small circular dot, Jaali, tepchi- the running stitch, Murri, and bakhia. 

Chikankari looks splendid on all kinds of traditional wear, such as sarees, salwar suits, or lehengas. Being the trendiest colour of 2022, green chikankari salwar suits or splendid sharara sets work great for Mehendi or Haldi. Pair them with sleek oxidised jewellery or handcrafted dangler earrings.

Green Chikankari Sharara Set

Green Chikankari Sharara Set

  1. Mirror Work Makes The Day!

The timelessness and the versatility of mirror work has helped it become a favourite in most millennial wardrobes. Also known as sheesha and abhala bharat embroidery, mirror work is a type of hand embroidery that includes attaching small pieces of mirror onto fabric. 

For the wedding night, get dressed to the nines in a Mirror work lehenga and ooze fabulousness like never before. Bridesmaids can twin in matching lehengas and steal the show at their bffs wedding. 

Mirror Work Lehenga For Wedding Wardrobe

Mirror Work Lehenga For Your Wedding Wardrobe

  1.     Phulkari Brights For Haldi 

 Phulkari is a form of embroidery which originated in Punjab in the early years of the Nineteenth century. The term ‘Phulkari Embroidery’ literally means ‘Flower Work ‘. ‘ Phulkari was a part of every major occasion of local life like weddings or religious festivities.

Phulkari embroidered outfits have become a popular choice for haldi ceremony.  Many brides and her bridesmaids dress up in phulkari lehengas for the occasion. It’s definitely a great choice! Celebrate this traditional yet vibrant embroidery in the form of a striking lehenga. Accentuate the look with dazzling chandbali or jhumkas. 

Phulkari Work Lehenga

Phulkari Work Lehenga

 

  1.     Zardozi For Gram-Worthy Reels!
Zardozi Embroidery is a Persian embroidery. The word zardozi came from two words, “Zar,” meaning gold, and “dozi,” meaning embroidery. The royal embroidery adds sheer elegance and magnificence to the outfit it touches. It’s a must for your wedding wardrobe. Be it reception, cocktail night, or the D-Day, you can never go with zardozi work lehenga or saree. 
Timeless Zardozi

Timeless Zardozi

 

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