A wedding dress or marriage outfit is the garments worn by a lady of the hour during a wedding function. Shading, style and stately significance of the outfit can rely upon the religion and culture of the wedding members.
In Western societies, ladies regularly pick the white wedding dress, which was made well known by Queen Victoria when she wedded in 1840. In eastern societies, ladies regularly pick red to symbolize the promise.
A lady of the hour is a lady who is going to be hitched or who is a love bird.
While wedding, the lady of the hour’s future companion, (if male) is generally alluded to as the husband or man of the hour. In Western culture, a lady of the hour might be gone to by at least one bridesmaids.
In Pakistan, the conventional wedding function is praised by wearing distinctive garments at each wedding occasion. As a rule, the style and structures of wedding clothing shift across various locales from north toward the south among various ethnic networks, be that as it may, in major urban areas, for example, Karachi, Lahore, Faislabad, and Rawal-Pindi, once in a while of the Racism-e-Heena (Mendhi), men wear a weaved kurta or Kameez in sparkling hues with straightforward shalwar, and a bright shawl which they put on their shoulders and once in a while around the neck.
At certain weddings, the clothing regulation is chosen before the service and every one of the men wears a similar shading. Up to the big day, the lady of the hour may wear a yellow or orange kameez, with a basic shalwar, Patiala shalwar, yellow dupatta, and yellow paranda — all the more generally in the Punjab area of Pakistan. Be that as it may, in different locales customs change for instance in the north-west, especially in the innate regions, it is standard for a lady to wear Firaq Part.