Bridal dresses are depended on religion and culture. Its color, design, motif and style is totally according to religion. If we see Christians, their bridal wears white frocks in wedding ceremony. In European countries, they also wear white dress as inspired to Queen Victoria in nineteen’s century. In Eastern countries, red color has made for brides. It is essential part of wedding dress or outfit. Now trend has changed, many bridals wear different colors in wedding day but they give little bit touch of red in wedding dress as well.

Wedding creates the relationship among two individuals and families. Everyone try to make it unique and memorable. At wedding day, everyone is looking towards bridal. That day is very special for bridal. That day comes only one time in every girl so she tries to make it beautiful. If bride wears bright color that day, she looks very beautiful. Dim color creates dimness in environment and bride looks dim and non fresh. That day bridal wears mostly langha, saree, and frock with high heel.

Velvet, silk and safoon are the major fabrics which are used in bride dresses. Wedding dresses are brightened with dapaka work, tial and gotta work and shades in the round of the dress. Few years ago, short kurti was liked with langha but now in 2015, girls like long and normal shirts with langha. Jamawar patch is appealing for everyone on wedding dresses. If wedding dress is in any other color instead of red then its patch is red with jamawar cloth. Now angrakha frocks are getting fame among Pakistani brides.

Pakistan is the top of the bridal dresses in all over the World. Many designer wedding dresses are also available but they are little bit expensive. Designers use the mixture of tila, gotta, stones, laces, embroidery and zari work. These materials give the unique and trendy look to the dresses and its wearer.