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If you think Indian Wedding outfits are the prettiest, you will be surprised at these Wedding outfits from around the world!

Weddings are such a magical time, the festivity and colours are something we just can not get enough of.

The newlyweds are the centre of attention and their wedding outfits are something everyone appreciates. We obviously love the traditional Indian wedding lehengas and sherwanis.

But ever wondered what traditional wedding outfits from other countries look like?We’ve put together a list of traditional wedding outfits from around the world and they are a feast for the eyes!






South Korea






Where ever you may be, there is one thing common in all the above photographs, and however cliche I may sound, it is love and it shows on the couple’s faces!


Wedding Shopping Destination: Ahmedabad

Wedding Shopping Destination: Ahmedabad

Ever thought of picking up your wedding essentials at Ahmedabad? Known for its textile industry, this city attracts buyers from all over the world, for its colorful fabrics. Read on to know about some places you must not miss, while you’re here.

A wide range of sarees, traditional fabrics and the ever so popular bandhini and bandhej contribute to the abundance of options when it comes to wedding shopping. The reason behind the popularity of these fabrics is that the age old practices of hand weaving are still carried on here.


C.G Road – A must visit place for beautiful handwoven silk patola sarees, Chimanlal Girdharlal road is ranked as one of the most expensive retail locations in the city. A long line of bridal wear stores makes this area the busiest shopping area. Silver and gold jewelry shops also attract shoppers here.


Teen Darwaza Market – This bustling market place is a good choice if you want to pick up antique jewelry; which is absolutely traditional with a sharp contrast to modern styles. You can also indulge in hand loomed and embroidered fabrics which are a big hit with shoppers.


Dhal Garwad  – Located in the heart of the city, this is an open market, crammed with people buying ethnic Indian wear – colorful sarees and dupattas . Along with its wide range of availability, Dhal Garwad is also noted for its reasonable rates and quality goods.


Law Garden Market – Bandhni saris embellished in golden silk threads and zari work is something one cannot avoid at Law Garden. This market is also known for its white metal ornaments.



Ahmedabad offers a blend of old-world charm with contemporary style. We definitely give this place a plus 1 for the variety it offers.