19 Stylish Bridal Sharara Suits For Your Intimate Wedding Ceremony

By Divya Arora .

Fashioned in flamboyantly flared silhouettes with an edge defining craft and uniqueness, sharara and gharara suits are unquestionably a bridal favorite and for reasons more than one. While they lend you a royal old world charm, they also add a high dose of contemporary style to your look making you shine with a distinctive edge. And especially, if you choose to don one on your big day.

For how dolling up rather subtly comes along with hosting a home or an intimate wedding, brides these days are more open to experimenting with their bridal outfits in terms of silhouettes. Whether it’s slipping into a lightweight lehenga, choosing an Anarkali or a saree, or suiting themselves with voguish shararas and ghararas, they aren’t shying away from trying something different.

With that said, if you too are looking to step beyond your vision of the classic bridal lehengas then this ‘bridal sharara suits’ look-book is for you. Featuring the trendiest and the latest sharara and gharara designs this blog is one helluva inspiration for all you to-be-brides!

Check them out!

1. The minimalist red

A simplistic red stunner with dainty work and pretty borders, this gharara suit is a great piece that you can pick for your close-knit ceremony. It’s a perfect balance of subtle and bridal!

Outfit: Zubia Zainab

2. Chikankari love

Woven with pearls and sequins, these sorbet-hued Chikankari shararas are simply “the one” for your intimate day pheras. These subdued gorgeous pieces are perfect if you want to wear a rather muted-down look.

3. For your love for OTT

If decking up is your thing then this nude colored gharara set laden with fine thread and sequin work is what you should opt for! While the toned down color of this piece makes up for a subtle base, the embroideries add the right dash of bling to it!

4. All sparkled up!

An eye-pleasing piece that makes up for a great wedding outfit, this bridal sharara suit would look equally gorgeous for both day and night time soiree. This is literally all the bling you’d need on your big day.

Outfit: Astha Narang

5. Spirited hues

While Jashan slipped into this stunning mirror work sharara suit by Abhinav Mishra for her chooda ceremony, this bold hued outfit would look fab at your intimate pheras too. Offering both a vivid pop of hue and bridal bling together, we’re absolutely vouching for this stunner!

6. That hint of glam

Perfect for your home pheras just amidst your family members or a court wedding, this lightly embellished dual-toned sharara makes up for a super modern pick!

7. Go royally offbeat

Slip into this dull fern green gorgeousness marked with fine thread and sequin embroideries on your big day and shine in your traditional style. The voluminous crushed organza gharara undoubtedly takes up the entire set a notch above!

P.S. That gota patti work sure makes the ensemble pop!

8. A unique blend

The play of silhouettes, prints, hues, and work is simply unbeatable in this sharara suit which makes it stand out amongst the rest. A peplum kurta with a scalloped sharara pants this set is super unique to pull off on your big day.

Outfit: Debyani & Co.

Source: Ogaan

9. Traditional with a twist

And how about this unique cutwork thread and bead embroidered kurta and crushed sharara pants set for your pheras? Perfect for every millennial bride this piece is simply unmissable.

10. Effervescence of pink

Laden with fine thread and sequin floral work and gold borders, this dusty pink bridal sharara suit is to die for. It’s such an enchanting blend of simple and fancy and would surely satiate your wedding outfit fantasies.

11. A mix of bold & subtle

With an embellished kurti and plain gharara pants, this ensemble is for every bride who adores contemporary minimalism. An amazing choice for your home, temple or even court wedding, this piece will lend you all the bridal feels whilst keeping your look subdued!

12. Embellishments galore

Tanya wore this exquisitely embellished Sabyasachi sage green sharara suit for her intimate roka ceremony. And well, we believe this outfit would also make up for a splendid choice for your intimate pheras. Reveling in the art that this piece is on your big day would be no less than a dream!

Outfit: Sabyasachi

13. A rich coral affair

Ornamented in pearls, sequins, zardozi, zari, and gota patti work, this coral-hued flared sharara suit is perfect for the brides who want to doll up in the bridal intricacies but, without going extra. It’s such a harmonious blend of simple and fancy that we’re sold!

Outfit: Anita Dongre

14. For that pristine look

If pulling off a quaint bridal look is what you desire then this nude shade gharara set embroidered beautifully is your go-to. It’s ethereal essence is enough to drench you in timelessness on your big day.

15. Your classic bridal red

Gurpreet wore this red and gold sharara suit for her mehendi making for an offbeat look and we believe this would look stunning for your intimate pheras as well. It’s just the right dash of traditional you’d need if a classic red bridal look is on your mind.

16. An offbeat choice

We’re absolutely rooting for this lime green bridal sharara suit that boasts of ‘pahaad’ gota, zardozi, and dabka work. While the classic craft would lend you a traditional vibe, the tiered sharara pants and the outfit’s edgy hue will top it with hints of modernity.

Outfit: Itrh

17. The comfy glam

This dual-toned charmer breathing in bridal hues and tasteful work is worth checking out and slipping into on your wedding day. It’s royal yet so contemporary and of course, super breezy and comfy for a home wedding.

Outfit: Sabyasachi

18. Gota work FTW!

Looking bewitching in gota patti work embroideries, this jade green sharara suit is not just a visual treat to look at but, would undoubtedly lend its wearer a regal feel. Fashioned to perfection, this piece is a must have in your trousseau at least.

Outfit: Devnaagri

19. Zest it up!

This bride got married at her home in an intimate setup and wore her traditional bridal gloriously. Her mommy darling designed her bridal sharara suit in a classic red laden with floral embroideries and well, this is how it’s done tbh!

About The Author

Divya Arora

An old school at heart with subtle but intense hints of modern glam, she's always happily making the best of both worlds. With reading, Zentangling, and spilling her thoughts on paper, she keeps her creative streak always on point. Hogging food and dozing off often, comes naturally to her! Follow her on Instagram @divya.arora14