The bride wears a wedding sari or a lehenga according to the region.
Red is considered to be the most auspicious color among hindus.
While the saree is preferred as the bridal dress in south india,west,east india,most briges of other parts of india prefer lehenga,gagra choli and odni or a beautiful kanjivaram silk or a banaras silk saree as bridal dresses.
One can then style it with kamarbandh,jhumkas,bangles,mangtika,necklaces,rings and some besutiful flowers to decorate the hair.
Many communities of south ,west and eastern indi stil adhere to the traditional costumes,i.e.dhoti,or sometimes lungi,and ,mundu by some communities of the south.
Kurta or a shirt may be worn or sometimes just a angavastram amy be used to cover the chest.on the other hand,in the northern parts,the bridegroom usually wears a sherwani,jodhpuri suit,or a western suit.
The groom’s face is covered with a veiled with a curtin of flowers which is called sehra in the north,which is not the custom elsewhere.
The ensemble for bridegrooms include majestic sherwani,blended indo-western suit and ethnic jodhpuri suit.
The exquisite shirts,coats,and jackets are designed with extra care and touch to bring out the magnanimity out of the bridegroom on the marriage day.available both in simple cotton and splendid,royal raw silk,these kurta are preferred mostly by the bridegrooms.