7 Markets In The Country’s Capital Perfect For All Your Shaadi Shopping

For shaadi shopping, look nowhere else but these 7 markets in Delhi.

Published On Mar 30, 2023 | Updated On Feb 23, 2024

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One of the most significant events in a person's life is getting married, and every woman wants to look her best on her special day. Many of the markets in Delhi, a city well recognised for its interesting shops and markets, are geared exclusively towards bridal shopping.

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One of Delhi's oldest and largest markets, Chandni Chowk is a favourite place to purchase bridal attire. Beautiful lehengas, suits, sarees, and traditional bridal jewellery and accessories may all be found in this market. Here, brides can discover everything from raw textile materials at Fatehpuri Market to stitched designer lookalikes on Katra Neel Marg for their special day at reasonable prices. 

Chandni Chowk while famous for wedding lehengas is not limited to it. One can find everything from accessories, jewellery, and a wide variety of ceremony essentials in different lanes of the market like Churi Wali Gali and Kinari Bazaar. Easy metro connectivity to three different lines, the red, yellow, and the violet line is the cherry on top. 

Brides-to-be frequently go shopping at Karol Bagh. The industry is well-known for its designer lehengas, suits, sarees, and bridal jewellery, both conventional and modern. Brides can find all they need for their wedding day in Karol Bagh's bridal wear boutiques, which are numerous.

If jewellery shopping is what you're most interested in, don't miss Bank Street. The market is easily accessible by Karol Bagh metro station at a walking distance of merely four minutes. 

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At the crowded market of Lajpat Nagar, you may find a large selection of bridal attire, including sarees, lehengas, and suits. Brides can get lovely dresses and accessories at fair costs in this market, which is also renowned for its low prices.

Lajpat Nagar's Central Market also offers a variety of raw textile options at its famed Salwar Lane. From old branded showrooms to newer concept stores with sherwanis and lehengas for hire, there's something for everyone here. Lajpat Nagar metro station is an interchangeable station and at walking distance from the market. 

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An increasingly popular location for upscale bridal shopping is South Extension. The market is renowned for its high-end bridal jewellery and accessories, designer lehengas, outfits, and sarees. 

While the South Extension market is more expensive than many other markets on this list, it offers a vibrant mix of designers, old established brands, and the Pakistani Fashion Design Council's exclusive store. The market is well connected to the South Extension metro station and offers ample parking space too if you're taking your own vehicle. 

A large selection of modern bridal clothing is available in the fashionable bazaar of Hauz Khas. The market is well-known for its designer outfits, lehengas, and sarees as well as for its elegant and contemporary bridal jewellery. Brides might browse the stores in Hauz Khas if they're seeking something distinctive and different.

Coupled with Shahpur Jat on the other side of the Aurobindo Marg, Hauz Khas will also offer you ample options to customize your designer outfits and isn't limited to lehengas and sherwanis. If tuxedos and flowing gowns are what you have in mind for your wedding outfits, this is the market to visit.  

The market is a five-minute walk from the Hauz Khas metro station. 

Sarees, lehengas, and jackets are just a few of the bridal attire options available at Greater Kailash, a well-known bazaar. Brides can buy all they need for their wedding day here in this market, which is also well-known for its selection of bridal jewellery and accessories.

The GK1 M-Block Market, as it is commonly called, offers a wide range of outfits for your bridesmaids too. Lighter outfits for pre-wedding ceremonies and events are best bought here. The market offers ample car parking and is a quick auto-rickshaw ride away from the Greater Kailash metro station. 

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Sarees, lehengas, and jackets are just a few of the bridal attire options available in the well-known Rajouri Garden market. Traditional and modern bridal jewellery and accessories are also sold on the market. Brides can visit the stores in Rajouri Garden if they're looking for a blend of classic and modern.

This is another market with multiple outlets that let you rent wedding attire. And if customisations are your thing, you can always explore the market for gota pattis and embroidery materials. Rajouri Garden is an interchangeable metro station and a short distance from the market. 

Delhi is a city that has the best markets for wedding shopping. Brides may purchase all they need for their wedding day in these seven markets, from classic to contemporary designs. Whether it be trendy potli bags, wedding lehengas, or new bridal launches, you are sure to find everything you need here! Enjoy your shopping!


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