“O navvu chalu ennenno valalu vestu allukuntundi”, I guess everyone is familiar with this song where the guy praises that the girls smile is enough to captivate him in a net.
Nets have been used in various contexts by various writers and poets in beautiful ways to illustrate the beauty of women. Surprisingly, these nets are now a fad in Indian weddings.
When I mean nets, I am referring to the knotty Jasmine weaves used in Wedding decor.While everyone is familiar with the signature Jasmine poola jada from pelli poola jada, I was surprised when I got to see these Net weaving in various rituals through out the wedding.Couples planned these nets for garlands, poolon ka chadar, addutera and what not?
And I can definitely tell you that these Jasmine nets are just nailing it and how could I stop myself from sharing such an in-vogue style with my darling ladies?
Net poola jada, an ultimate choice for brides who like light weight flower accessories.It is also perfect for combining it with your gold jada or jada billalu.
In the last article we have discussed about various unique ways of bridal entry ,here the bride took it to a whole new level by including a Jasmine weaved net Phoolon ki chaadar. It’s simple yet beautiful and perfectly compliments her entire look.
Rose petal garlands are pretty, and how about they enclosed in these Jasmine knits, Wow right? You can experiment with various colours of garlands and they would a perfect pick for your engagement or reception.
If you want minimalistic detailing and yet look special, you can do so by decorating your kobbaribondam with this Jasmine net.
When you have your garlands and poola jada designed in Jasmine nets , why not your addutera? Yes you heard that right, this translucent addutera is downright gorgeous to go with your net wedding theme.
Lastly if there is something which defines obsession, you must look at this bride who chose her ghoongat / melimusugu in these intricate net pattern.A fashionista that she is and we are much in love with it.