The South Indian wedding pattu sarees are now found in various combined styles within one single embodiment. May be sounding strange, but yes you can actually derive the taste of gold embroidery, zari pallu, heavy motifs and traditional designs in one wedding saree of South India. Kanjivaram Silk has been the typical south Indian bridal saree, however today many more fabrics are used to manufacture gorgeous and vibrant south Indian silk sarees . How much the bridal saree of South India must have undergone changes, they still have the traditional charm and purity. The bridal sari is bought with a lot of care, since for a bride her bridal dress is her topmost priority.
For any married lady, her most memorable and most treasured ensemble in her wardrobe is her wedding pattu sarees . South Indian women are no exceptions. In-fact, more than just a gorgeous outfit, the south Indian bridal sari is still holding a lot of emphasis in the Indian tradition. The more gorgeous saree you wear, the more wealth you actually flaunt. The new designer sarees available in the Indian market have already showed its magic in every corner of the country. The traditional south silks and heavy, fat motifs are hardly in use now. Many of today's established Kancheepuram Silk weavers were trained in the cultural centre of Kalakshetra during the 1970 s producing sarees with designs that are somewhat 'heavy' in both style and fabric weight, with very wide borders. Traditional motifs such as, mango, elephant, peacock, diamond, lotus, pot, creeper, flower, parrot, hen, and depiction of stories from mythology are very common in Kancheepuram sarees. Silk sarees are also woven with twisted silk thread and pure zari.