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7 Gorgeous Golden Colour Wedding Sarees That Will Add the Right Amount of Glitz and Glam to Your D-Day

Golden colour wedding sarees are a timeless addition to your wedding trousseau. From light tissue sarees to heavy Kanjeevaram sarees - golden sarees are always on-point. Here are 7 golden saree styles you definitely want to add to your collection.

Anita Dongre

Have you noticed how luxurious and regal golden colour wedding sarees look? There is something extremely stunning about an all-gold saree and it’s something that every girl needs to add to her wedding trousseau. They are timeless and a classic statement that will always be in vogue. The colour gold is associated with royalty, luxury, and absolute finery - perfect for wedding occasions. Golden colour with its subtle sheen when it is in matte and the glamorous one when it is in a metallic tone is perfect for any occasion that is held during the night or after dusk

However, there are newer shades of gold that have come into the mainstream designer wear with a variety of designs and other embellishments if not prints to make sure that your wedding look during the day can also be enhanced with the golden touch of grace. You will be draped in elegance the earthy feel of some of the hues of golden make it, even more, better for the bride to flaunt her twirls.

But golden colour wedding sarees can be tricky; especially if you get the style, fabric or accessories wrong. Don’t worry! We have listed 7 different kinds of golden colour wedding sarees, along with complementing accessories as well as the occasion. Take styling cues from these 7 golden colour wedding sarees for your very own function and look like a dream come true in a colour other than red for once. So, read on, get inspired and take down notes if needed:

1. Metallic Gold Saree

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A metallic gold saree is the perfect blend of tradition and sexy. You can drape a metallic gold saree in many ways to add to the glamour quotient and make a statement. It has a raw and edgy look. Draping a saree in different will add the charisma and make you look different from all others and this we are ready to guarantee as well. If you don't believe us then try for yourself and be ready to be amazed. 

Bridal accessories to complete the look: Keep accessories to minimal. Geometric statement earrings, a broad cuff bracelet, stylish stilettos and a matching clutch bag. A kamarbandh with a classic gold or metallic sheen, but one that has been designed with a modern touch is a good choice too.

Best occasions to sport this look: Cocktail function, Sangeet ceremony

2. Golden Net Saree with a Hint of Pastel

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Pair a sheer fine net gold saree with a golden sequin work blouse for a dreamy look. The golden net saree can have a hint of soft pastel shades to add to the colour. A golden Kundan work border and small Kundan work embroidered motifs across the saree will add a delightful glimmer to the look. 

Bridal accessories to complete this look: A broad Kundan work choker necklace and earrings set. You can add a Kundan work Maang Tikka and lots of glass bangles too. However, avoid the bangles if the sleeves of your blouse are full and embellished.

Best occasions to sport this look: Engagement ceremony, Reception party

3. Yellow-Gold Saree

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For those who can’t think all-gold, a yellow-gold saree such as this one is the perfect pick. A stylish yellow-gold saree with gold beads or sequin work lines running all over creates a stylish look. Because the retro Bollywood queen is hailed through this saree that enhances your curves with the free fall of the material. Make sure the blouse you choose is of a contrasting colour to highlight the pop up of the ensemble. Glitz and glam is all over the ensemble.

Bridal accessories to complete the look: Long chandelier earrings or round Polki earrings with an elegant bracelet and a small pendant chain.

Best occasions to sport this look: Engagement ceremony, Sangeet ceremony, Cocktail ceremony, Reception party

4. Threaded in Gold & Glimmering in Sequins

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A complete golden thread work saree is intricate, sensuous and every bit of luxury. The mesh design and intricate thread work give it a lace fabric look. It’s a great saree that can be styled in so many ways.

Here’s another look, sported by Kareena Kapoor at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding. This is a great combination of golden thread work and sequins work, with a sheer Pallu:

Photo Courtesy: Manish Malhotra Facebook Page

Yet another look is the all-gold-sequins look:

Photo Courtesy: Sabyasachi Mukherjee's Facebook Page

Bridal accessories to complete this look: Chandelier earrings, a thin bracelet and a clutch bag.

Best occasions to sport this look: Engagement ceremony, Reception party

5. Golden Velvet Saree

Photo Courtesy: Sabyasachi Mukherjee's Facebook Page

A plain golden velvet saree is extremely versatile. Depending on how you style this stunning attire, you can create a traditional, simple, sexy, stylish and even an opulent look. The saree has a brilliant sheen and just a touch of accessorising makes it perfectly complete.

Velvet cloth might not be every bride's first choice when it comes to wedding sarees but chosen wisely, it can easily prove to be a stellar piece of work.

Bridal accessories to complete this look: A heavy Polki or Kundan set with lots of bangles for an opulent look. You can also choose a minimal look with an elegant diamond set and a thin bracelet.

Best occasions to sport this look: Sangeet ceremony, Cocktail party, Reception party

6. Benarasi Gold Saree

Photo Courtesy: Sabyasachi Mukherjee's Facebook Page

If you prefer traditional and classic sarees, a Benarasi gold saree never fails to impress. Benarasi sarees are light to carry but heavy on grace and class.

Bridal accessories to complete this look: A traditional Kundan set with red/green coloured gems.

Best occasions to sport this look: Engagement ceremony, Reception party, day-time Wedding Ceremony

7. Sheer Golden Saree with Lace Border

Photo Courtesy: Sabyasachi Mukherjee's Facebook Page

A sheer golden saree in a light fabric such as crepe or chiffon, with a thick lace border looks elegant and very graceful. It can easily be styled and accessorised to give it a simple or opulent look. Pair it with a heavy sequin and thread work blouse to make this a striking wedding attire.

Bridal accessories to complete this look: An elegant diamond set.

Best occasions to sport this look: Sangeet ceremony, Reception party, Engagement ceremony

Golden colour wedding sarees add a great punch of style and charisma. From light yellow gold sarees for Mehndi function to golden thread work sarees for the reception and a different style for every other occasion in between- every bride needs to sport this look at least once. We hope you found our rundown of golden colour wedding sarees helpful and got the much-deserved inspiration that was keeping you from buying some golden colour wedding sarees that will make you look different from all others and completely spot on. Just ensure that you nail your hairstyle and makeup right and you will look dreamy as an unstoppable force. 

Are you thinking of adding golden colour wedding sarees to your trousseau or are you sporting one on your wedding? Do share your styling tips with us.

Will you give a golden colour wedding saree a ‘Yay’ or ‘Nay’? Tell us in the comments below and which one of these golden sarees would you choose to wear at your function? Tell us through the comments.