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.ranjanaarts.comd-103, vasant aishwariya ,mathuradas extn rdopp vora colonykandivali westMumbai -400067MaharashtraINDIATel:91-22-28627454Tel/fax: 91-22-28653894 , 28656188Cell : 9819824531 , 9892432411Email : jigesh2007@hotmail.comPicasa gallery : http://picasaweb.google.com/jigesh2007Trousseau , trousseau packing ideas , trousseau packing , trousseau packing meaning , trousseau’s sign , trousseau list , trousseau packing classes in Mumbai , trousseau packing Mumbai , trousseau packing designs , trousseau packing material ,We at ranjanaarts do all type of trousseau packing , trousseau packing for wedding , trousseau packing for shaadi , trouseeau packing for marriage , trousseau packing for ring ceremony , trousseau packing for all occasions , trousseau packing for all wedding , trousseau salwar packing , trousseau accessories packing , wedding packing , saree packing , all type of marriage packing , trousseau in delhi , trousseau in kolkatta , trousseau in cheenai , trousseau in pune , trousseau nashik , trousseau in Bangalore , trousseau ideas , trousseau packing ideas , trousseau packing , best trousseau packingTrousseauFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchTrousseau may refer to:A dowryThe outfit of a bride, including the wedding dress or similar clothingA name for the Bastardo grape in some regionsA white mutation of the Trousseau grape, known as Trousseau GrisArmand Trousseau (1801-67), an eminent French internistGeorges Phillipe Trousseau (1833–1894) French physician and royal doctor of Hawaii,Trousseau syndrome, a migratory thrombophlebitis associated with carcinomas of the lung and pancreasTruso, an ancient town in East Prussiatrousseau - the personal outfit of a bride; clothes and accessories and linensBridal Trousseau ListGetting married is no easy task. There are so many preparations that have to be done before the D-day, like booking the venue, arranging for the decorations, selecting the caterer and, most important of all, doing the shopping. While shopping for a wedding, it is the bridal trousseau that takes most of the time and effort. It has to comprise of everything that the bride might need, in the months following her marriage. This is because, in the initial days, she is usually shy and might feel awkward asking her husband or in-laws for something. Thus, her parents make sure that she has each and every item, be it of everyday use or just party use, with her. In case you want to explore the wedding trousseau of an Indian bride, the following information will prove handy.Indian Wedding TrousseauJewelryOne of the most important parts of a bridal trousseau comprises of the jewelry. Traditionally, yellow gold jewelry, in the form of necklaces, earrings, chains, rings, bangles, anklets, toe rings, armlet and waistbands, was given to the bride. However, these days, people opt for white gold, platinum and diamond jewelry as well. Those who have a low budget prefer giving silver jewelry to their daughter.SariIn terms of bridal clothes, saris surely top the list. The actual type of sari, like Bandhani, Banarasi, Brocade, Kanjeevaram, Kota Silk, Mysore Silk or Paithani, will depend upon the region to which the bride belongs. However, one thing is for sure, the saris will have heavy work done on them, in the form of thread embroidery, zari work, zardozi work, etc, and will be in bright colors.Salwar KameezIn some of the regions of India, especially in the north, salwar kameez also forms a part of the bridal trousseau. Just like saris, they also have heavy work done on them, which might include gold/silver thread embroidery, zari work, zardozi work or the use of sequins, crystals, lace, etc. The suits will be in bright colors and even the dupatta/chunni will be adorned with work.ShoesAn Indian bride, as a part of her trousseau, will also be carrying lots of shoes and sandals with her. Apart from sandals in the usual colors, like white, black, cream, brown, silver and golden, the ones particularly matching her saris or salwar kameez will also be included. In fact, some of the brides carry a separate suitcase, which consists of just their shoes.HandbagsOne of the most important accessories for a woman, handbags form a part of the Indian bridal trousseau as well. Their number as well as quality will depend upon the budget of the bride's parents. While some of them give bags in the universal color, like white, black, brown, silver and golden, other might buy a separate bag for each of the outfits in the trousseau.CosmeticsCosmetics form yet another important part of the bridal trousseau in India, just like other countries of the world. The cosmetic kit will comprise of the usual items, like moisturizers, lipsticks, nail paints, eye-shadows, mascara, eye-liners, lip-pencils, blush-on, foundation, creams, and so on. Along with that, in many of the cases, there will be yet another important item - bindi.LinenIt is believed that a bride will have to set up her new home, after getting married. This is why; linen has always formed a part of the Indian bridal trousseau. It will include items like bed sheets, bed covers, blankets, quilts, curtains, table covers, mats, pillow covers, etc. Apart from that, bath linen (towels) will also form a part of the trousseau.Other ItemsAmongst the other items that are included in an Indian wedding trousseau include toiletries (soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc), night wear, lingerie, watch, etc. The basic idea behind including all these items is to make sure that the bride does not have to ask anybody in her new home, for something, at least in the initial days after her marriage.Indian Bridal WearTrousseau shopping is every bride's nightmare. It has to be perfect yet as inexpensive as possible. SeasonsIndia.Com have chalked out a few guidelines for your persual. The first thing you must keep in mind when you shop for your wedding trousseau is to divide the list into three sections - Indian formal, Western formal and semi-casual. There aren't many occasions for casual dressing for the Indian bride. Of course, since it is your wedding, you must keep in mind that the silhouettes must be ultra feminine. And as far as possible, let whites and pastels dominate your new wardrobe. This season, fashion pundits predict a break away from old traditional fashion phobias and a move towards bolder definitive statements.You can look for lots more metallic tones or undertones in clothes. Sentiments brand designer, Vandanna Roy promises that the note for this season is silver, in any and every form. She feels it's the ice cool colours that will predominate. She also feels that many people could avoid the earth colour look this season and go in for more pastel shades. Vandanna's own collection is based on this premise.Another look for the season is nets, transparent fabrics and a general feel of lightness. Vandana advises people to put away the chunky gold and go in for the white gold and silver look. So match your wardrobe accordingly.In the Indian formal section, where you can get as dramatic as possible, get yourself a judicious mix of sarees, salwar kameezes, lehenga cholis and lachas. Indian handlooms offer some must haves in the trousseau variety of sarees, like the Banarasi, the Paithani, Tissue, Kanjeevaram and the Bandhni sarees in silk. The good sarees in these traditional weaves all come at the price tag upwards of Rs 4000, so plan the colours you need. Buy traditional weaves in traditionally classic shades, they'll never go out of style. You could complement these with embroidered cholis which are immensely chic. Alternatively, you could get embroidered chiffon saris, which look both understated and elegant.You can get your salwar kameeze and lehenga cholis from the Seasons, super store located at Santa Cruz(west), Mumbai or shop online, if you cannot make it to Mumbai. Make sure you have some outfits with traditional embroidery.The Ceremonial Look For your sangeet ceremony, try a lacha in tissue and zardozi in a pastel shade. Make sure it's not too cumbersome in case you feel like dancing at your wedding. Sorbet colours like mango, peach, pista are some options for an elegant, subdued look.A mehndi ceremony This ceremony is one of the more traditional ones. Try a bright bride-like sari, in a wine or an ochre shade, a Banarasi or a Kanjeevaram, with traditional motifs.Wedding ReceptionFor the wedding reception, ghagra cholis in traditional colours like maroon, burgundy, pink, red or wine shades, with intricate zardosi work look stunning. Team this with traditional jadau jewellery. If you want to be jazzy this is one of the few occasions when a gold lame blouse and a gold embroidered tissue sari will not be too much. Or maybe you could play different with a non-traditional colour like blue or green.Westerns For Your Honeymoon Anita Menon, whose work has always been about minimalism and whose indo-western outfits are in vogue, does differ somewhat. Her forecast for the season though is a bit different, and she says that colours will still be a hot favourite with western wear. She also predicts the end of cargoes, as we know it, with low waisted, wide-bottomed pants making a comeback. Cottons are big this season, according to her. Yet, even she feels that silhouettes will be the playing field of the fashion industry and her own range of short kurtas highlights this point. Include a jacket and trouser set, which you could team with a silk camisole for a formal evening look. Also, a floor-length straight sheath in a fabric with a soft sheen could take you through many cocktails and dinner parties. A knee-length dress in a figure flattering fabric is ideal for evenings out with friends. Antique lace is a good bet for a cocktail function. Gold lace as a sheath dress is immediately sexy, attractive and timeless.Cool It! Ultimately, as jewellery, accessories and clothes go towards a more heavy, metallic look, it makes sense to follow the pattern and choose from the cooling and soothing shades. There is nothing better to catch the light than a glint of silver in your attire….and the shine in your eyes.RANJANAARTShttp://www.ranjanaarts.comd-103, vasant aishwariya ,mathuradas extn rdopp vora colony ,kandivali westmumbai -400067maharashtraINDIATel: 91-22-28627454Tel/fax: 91-22-28656188 , 28653894 ,Cell : 9819824531 , 9892432411Email : jigesh2007@hotmail.comPicasa gallery : http://picasaweb.google.com/jigesh2007AddressD-103, VASANT ASIHWARIYA , MATHURADAS EXTN RD KANIDVALI WEST , MUMBAI -400067 , MAHARASHTRA -INDIATel. No.91-22-28627454Fax. 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