Wedding season is just around the corner and the air is filled with love and excitement as the brides-to-be can’t keep calm. Well we don’t expect them to as they are preparing for their D-day where everything needs to be perfect. In the present day world of customization where everything can be adjusted and personalized to one’s taste and choice, brides often go for different coloured lehengas, customized veils and even personalized kaleeras just like Alia. While all these things can be adjusted to your taste and aesthetic, have you ever wondered that the same can be done with your varmalas?
With changing times and evolving trends, the ceremony of “jaimala” has also witnessed the evolution of the varmala from the basic yet, beautiful florals to some wonderfully refreshing designs. Here are some off-beat and unique varmala designs that you can opt for your wedding.
One of the most delicate looking varmalas that is lured by the contemporary and chic charm of the baby’s breath flower, this vermala has a very modern vibe. Not just varmalas, these delicate flowers have also become a part of bridal hairstyles and decor.
Couples who are planning to wear the shades of white or pastel colours for their wedding attires can opt for these varmalas and incorporate other flowers matching their outfit along with baby’s breath.
Varmalas made with enchanting white mogra buds that are filled with mildly scented bliss are a perfect way to ensure a refreshing scented aura for the bride and groom through all the ceremonies.
Made by tightly weaving the mogra flowers together, this type of varmala would be a perfect fit for the brides who are opting for a traditional kanjivaram saree, muga silk saree or embellished white and silver lehengas.
Varmala with a little foliage that will help you to add in a touch of green to your wedding attire, these off-beat varmalas break the convention of floral garlands and give a refreshing and verdant look.
Are you someone who is planning a daytime wedding? Well if the answer is yes then we got a perfect varmala that will best compliment you and your partner’s light-weight and eye-soothing attire with its pop of colour.
Light varmalas made with yellow and orange marigold flowers are a perfect choice for those summer time weddings.
If you are a bride who is not satisfied with the amount of detailing and embellishments on your majestic ensemble and want to amplify it a bit, we got you covered. A maximalist varmala is the perfect way to steal the show from your attire and make this detailed varmala center of the show.