Our wedding day is one of the most significant days of our lives. Various cultures have different traditions for the dresses they wear.
In a conservative synagogue, the bride's shoulders should be covered. If it is absolutely orthodox, tradition demands that the gowns have full or three-quarter sleeves, high neck cut lines, and ankle-length skirts. Back exposure is not allowed for Jewish brides. Their ball gowns exude simplicity as well as elegance.
From white and gold, long Dashiki consisting of three pieces, to Kente bow ties, African grooms are extremely traditional and rooted to their culture. The women have more choice when it comes to dressing for their wedding.
African women look just perfect in red and gold buba dresses or a purple and gold ashoke-style dress. A millionstone black and gold cape dress is also beautiful. Another lovely option is an elegant white and gold dress accompanied by a gele head wrap.
These days, some women also wear shararas, which are long, finely-decorated, floor-length skirts, coupled with matching blouses. The men can wear a dhoti and a kurta, a kurta salwar, or a stylish sherwani. In different regions of India, they dress differently, but these are the most popular outfits.
The Muslim ceremonies are beautiful and colorful. While the bride wears a colorful ghagra or salwar kameez, the groom wears a silk kurta and salwar. Sherwani is a popular in all Indian weddings. In Indian weddings, there is a plethora of outifts you can choose from.