Wedding dress, nearly in every culture, is associated with a white dress, veil, and, of course, a bridal bouquet. The white dress represents purity, prosperity, and a lifetime commitment to the one person you chose to get older with.
However, there are cultures where the traditional wedding dress if far from a white gown or is simply not the large, princess-like dress we all are used to see. And we should admit that there are a certain beauty and uniqueness in traditional wedding gowns of some cultures. For example, Indian brides wear a colorful traditional sari and adorn their hands with henna patterns, Ethiopian wedding gowns are gold and dark-colored velvet dresses with similar crowns, Ukrainian attire includes embroidered dress with floral patterns and they all are so unique and exquisite.
It’s just incredible to watch that people of different cultures celebrate the same day in completely different ways. And although very different, each of these attires is perfectly gracious and unique.
We have compiled 15 bridal attires from different parts of the world that our readers will surely find interesting. Where do you come from? Have you ever considered wearing a traditional gown at your wedding? What does it look like?
#6. South Korea
#9. South Africa