Telugu bride in basket

Pelli Butta Story...

In a wedding the Groom is considered to be Lord Vishnu and the Bride as Lakshmi Devi. After the Gowri pooja(done by the bride), her maternal uncles lift her on their shoulders,in a bamboo basket and take her to the groom ,who is behind the cloth curtain(addutera). It is believed that since the Bride is Lakshmi devi she shouldn't walk on the floor. So only butta



Another story: In olden days the floors were muddy,studded with stones. To keep the bride safe,they decided to carry her in a basket( the strongest is bamboo) .


TeluguBrahmin Tradition: 
Telugu Bride does gowri pooja in pellibutta, carried to mandapam by her maternal uncles in pellibutta, and jeelakarra bellam ritual is also performed by bride in pellibutta itself. 

Present Day wedding basket: 
Present day Designer weddings have modernised wedding basket. When Pellipoolajada entered the wedding baskets market, we found some interesting trends. We analysed the buttas, and here are the findings.

  1. Plain veduru butta without any cloth
  2. Round Dressed butta
  3. Lotus butta with elevated platform
  4. Lotus butta without elevated platform
Read the details about each butta and decide which one would suit your need.


Plain Veduru Butta without any cloth: Very few brides use plain butta, as the inner roughness of basket may damage kanchipattu saree. Small laces are dressed up around butta to glam it up, or flowers wrapped around basket to give a designer touch. Woven pattern by colorful laces is also picking up trend. Round or Square bottom butta is used for this type of butta.












Round butta with Designer dress to butta: Butta is covered with designer laces and clothes inside and outside.




 




  






Lotus petals Butta with Elevated platform:  Elevated platform with lotus petals is the latest trend. The advantage of such butta is, bride's saree is seen neatly and butta is comfortable. Bride is seen like lakshmi devi in lotus. The disadvantage of such butta is , bride is at a higher elevation than groom during jeelakarra bellam...which is not acceptable in some traditions. Check with your purohit, when going for such baskets.








 




Finally My choice:
Lotus butta with no elevated platform:
Though saree is not seen, this is one of the perfect choice...designer butta with petals will give good look to butta.





 Latest Designer butta by our Vijayawada branch: Gayatri


More Designs Check: CatalogPellibutta


SouthIndian Bridal Hairstyles with flowers

South Indian Brides and Flowers.... Let's Check out the Trend

South India is an incredible land known for its rich cultural heritage. In South Indian weddings, it is a tradition to decorate the bride’s long plait with beautifully patterned flowers, pearl strings, beads, golden billas, gold jada or anything which adds to her stunning looks on her big day. 

The overall South Indian bridal make-over looks incomplete without flowers in Hairstyle. A Kanjeevaram saree, Simple makeup, mehendi , Temple jewelry and a flaunting floral hairstyle is all that makes the bride look like an angel on the Life time Precious moment. 



You will rarely see a South Indian bride without large amounts of flowers in the hair, the most cost effective and simple bridal hair accessories for saree hairstyles.


Andhra Pradesh Hairdo: PelliPoolajada

Telugu Brides decorate their long hair /plait with flowers that elevate Telugu tradition. Almost all Telugu brides braid their hair with three golden balls hanging at the end of braided hair called Jadakuppulu.

Usually the flower pattern is called Poolajada (poola-Flower, Jada-Choti) and comes in long pre-stitched ready-made form which is attached to the bride’s long plait. Contemporary brides prefer individual pieces of flower billas to be attached to braided hair one after the other to complete wedding jada. 

Some jada patterns require to wrap around the braided hair, and some to attach a single piece directly to the hair. Top head portion of head is covered with semi circle shaped flower garlands called “Venis”. 

The Elegant telugu bride prefers rose petals jadas, as different color choices are available in roses to match the saree. These rose petals jadas have replaced completely lily jadas and jasmine jadas of 90’s.

Telugu Brides prefer mix of fresh and artificial flowers in jada

Heavy Billa Jada for the traditional Telugu bride

Netted jada for the modern bride


Single piece jada with jada billas

Latest Antique Billa Floral Jada

 Traditional jada with no artificial flowers

Favourite and lightweight jada of telugu brides



Tamilnadu Hairdo: Poo Jadai

Tamil Brides shifted their focus from poojadai to jada billalu in recent years. The Jada Billalu, which is the jewellery for the hair (hair accessories),is either one long piece or multiple smaller pieces of gold adornments, which are placed along the length of the hair braid as well as on the crown sometimes, as per choice.



Tamil brides generally hire jewellery for wedding, and jada billas/jada is given as a part of package. Brides these days take a matching semicircular veni along with 2 jasmine venis, followed by billas on braided hair.  



Peepal leaves Venis are the latest addition to traditional tamil bridal hairstyle with billas.

Tamil Brides preferring poojadai wear a small hair bun at the top of jada, which gives support to venis and also gives a neat look to jada. It’s time to glam up those jadabilla styles with flowers for Tamil brides. 



 Tamil Bride wearing poolajada with Andal Kondai

Karnataka Bridal Hair style:Uvva Jada

Bangalore brides are the most advanced and experiment loving brides when it comes to flower jada designs. Brides wear flowers matching to saree, or in contrast to saree colors so that flowers are seen prominently.

Gold painted fresh flower jasmine veni or satin gold flowers artificial veni is a must these days for Kannada brides. 


Traditional uvva jada, which still many kannada brides love wearing it for their wedding.

Blue orchids Jada for Blue saree

Red Jada for Red saree with manikyavenis- Small venis in between jada billas. Kannada brides are the traditional brides, who are reviving the tradition of using an exquisite way of making manikya veni with flowers.


Green Jada for green saree


Pink Contrast Jada for matching pink saree of border


 Apart from flowers, a precious plait-ornament made of gold/ artificial gold or pearls is also used for  wedding hairstyle usually known as jadanagam.


Kerala Brides: Rolling Flowers style

Usually a kerala bride wears a whole lot of Jasmine strands where the flowers are strung together like a garland as it gives a fuller look. Flowers are rolled on the braided hair which gives a heavy look, and few floral strings also hang loose over both the shoulders. 




Over the generations, Malayalam brides are following the same bridal hair style, and the latest addition is adding jada billas on top of rolled jasmine. For the modern Malayalam bride, there is nothing better than taking a traditional style and adding her own touches to it.




Bollywood Trend : 

The popularity of Poola Jada, as it is known in Telugu, is such that even our Bollywood actresses like Shilpa Shetty, the legendary Rekha, Hema Malini, Sri Devi, Amrita Rao, Genelia D’Souza and many more have embraced it



According to Bride’s taste, these South Indian wedding hairstyles can be ordered for wedding saree design from a specialist like Pellipoolajada or Vaagai  They offer a range of designs, with different flowers and colors. Some of their designs are contemporary, that are inspired by the fusion of different dressing styles and tastes of different states brides! At Pellipoolajada, the design, process and finish are what make the product so unique!

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