Bridal Dupatta Pretty

There is nothing that can be neglected when it comes to bridal outfits. Each and everything in the bridal outfit matters, the skirt, choli, dupatta, even the laktans of the outfit make a difference in the overall look of the bride. Most of the time,people focus on the skirt so much that they forget that it is the upper part of the bride that mostly appears in the pictures. So here Dupatta comes to the rescue. It is something that even covers the choli sometimes, thus, it needs to be given special attention.

Here are the 7 Ways To Make Your Bridal Dupatta Pretty

We are here to help you with some creative ways that can make your bridal dupatta pretty apart from adding latkans and tassels. So, here we go:

Bridal Dupatta Pretty

Scalloped Border

The scalloped border trend is with us since the designer Anushree Reddy introduces it in Lakme Fashion Week 2013. The dupattas with scalloped border look oh so drool worthy especially if it is shimmery. It is for the modern brides who love experimenting with new things. It is so chic and looks trendy as hell.

Bridal Dupatta Pretty

Lace Border

The dupatta having delicate lace is nothing less than magical. Lace instantly increases the beauty quotient of the dupatta. You may have a lace border on the net dupatta with bold and vibrant colors like hot pink and green that looks attractive.

Bridal Dupatta Pretty

Dupatta like a Trail

Who said that trail is just for the gowns, it is trending with the lehengas too. If you want to look out-of-the-box, choose a long dupatta that can act as a trail. This looks dramatic and exclusive. It is not something you will find in every bridal outfit.

Bridal Dupatta Pretty

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Fancy Gota Patti

Do you think it’s out of fashion? Well, not at all. Gota Patti work is back. Not only in bridal dupattas but this work can be seen in suits, sarees, contemporary lehengas and many others. So if your dupatta has fancy Gota Patti work, it is a trending piece, not an outdated one. If it does not have Gota Patti, you know what you can do to make it prettier.

Bridal Dupatta Pretty

Mirror Work

Dupattas with Mirrorwork look picture perfect as they are shiny and give an oh-so ethnic touch to the dupattas. These dupattas are the most versatile ones. If your lehenga has mirror work, the dupatta will blend easily but if you do not have mirror work on your lehenga, then too it works. Amazing, isn’t it?

Bridal Dupatta Pretty

Ghungroo At the Edges

Dupattas with ghungroos on the edges make the bride appear lovely. The classic silver ghungroos add beauty to the overall dupatta. The color of the ghungroos may also depend upon the color of the work the lehenga has on it. Most of the time, golden and silver work with most of the lehengas.

Bridal Dupatta Pretty

Embellish With Stones

Dupatta with stonework looks high quality and the bride wearing a stone studded dupatta on the head looks beautifully adorned. Stones matching with the color of the dupatta may look monotone. Contrast works best here like the light colored dupatta like mint, baby pink with bright hues like red, royal blue. A neutral hue like gold, silver works everywhere.

Bridal Dupatta Pretty


Dupattas are by far the most underrated thing in the outfit of a bride. You focus on the skirt of the lehenga, Choli, Jewellery, footwear but forget the dupatta. Bear in mind that dupattas are the soul of your bridal outfit. Never overlook it! If you wish to look ravishing on your Wedding Day, dupattas are a great way to add creative element. Experiment and look your best.

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