bridal lehenga colour

Weddings are the most pompous and extravagant affairs in India. From cocktails to “mehendi” and from “sangeet” to “pheras” everything is very much vibrant and colourful. A wedding is the most important part of every girl’s life. It is a day that she has dreamt for the years. Weddings are the transformation of a girl towards womanhood- a woman who is powerful and resilient. Thus in this transformation process, everything should just be perfect; Be it dresses, makeup, ceremonies, decor or anything. To make a right decision regarding which kind of lehengas and colours to choose is indeed a very difficult task. As every bride wants to look best on her ‘D’ day, this blog will provide you with a guide to on how to select the perfect bridal lehenga colour for your dream day.

 5 Bridal Lehenga C0lours This Wedding Season To Look Upon

The Energizing Yellow

bridal lehenga colour

One cannot definitely go wrong with Yellow in this sultry summer. Yellow is divine, powerful and has all the elements of creating a positive aura as you ramp walk the “pheras”. Complement this colour of your wedding lehenga with minimalistic flower, “Kundan” or gold accessories to flaunt a perfect style statement. So, just go for yellow as your bridal lehenga colour and craft your lehenga in graceful fabrics like silk, georgette and satins to be the lovely bride. Also, you can pair up the colour with the soothing shades of white, green, blue and pink.

The Glamorous Grey

Greys have entered into the vogue this year to add an extra glamour to weddings. Many of you might be unsure of carrying your lehenga in the shades of grey, though you will make the jaws drop and head turned in this flamboyant bridal lehenga colour. Stone grey or icy grey would be a great choice. To give a traditional touch, you can pair your lehenga with the colours like yellow, blue, pink, etc. 

The Rejuvenating Green

bridal lehenga colour

Green is the colour for every reason and season. This colour is always considered to be refreshing and calming. You can soothe your senses in this hectic wedding season by choosing pleasant hues of green for your bridal attire. The lehengas designed by some famous Indian designers like Riddhi Mehra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Manish Malhotra, etc. would leave you to crush and admire those lehengas for all good reasons. Flower motifs in “Gota work”, “Lucknowi work”, “Metalwork”, etc will create a perfect wedding outfit. 

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 The Bold Brown

bridal lehenga colour

This colour, very English and very attractive to all the brides is all set to make a unique wedding outfit for you this year. Choosing brown as your bridal lehenga colour is indeed a bold and beautiful step. This colour perfectly blends with the Indian skin complexion and makes you look like a Queen on your “D” day. Various designs on lehenga using sequin, pearl, metal works make a lovely bridal attire to get you go this in “wedding sutra”. The colour in any tints and shades of brown whether light or dark will never leave you disappointed and make you look gorgeous than what you already were dreaming for.

The Majestic Marsala

bridal lehenga colour

How can your wedding be complete without this auspicious and every bride’s favourite colour- RED! Coming from the family of red, Marsala colour has done all its successful rounds from Red Carpet to Oscars and from Cannes to your own Wedding Day. Remember the outfit of Sonam Kapoor at Cannes Film Festival that grabbed the eyeballs of thousands from around the world! This classic colour has never been out of the wedding story. You can wear this colour along with any jewellery in gold or silver. Also, you can select your “dupatta” and blouse in contrasting colours of the beige, yellow, blue or whole outfit in the same colour. All kind of fabrics would do the wonders.

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All the brides-to-be! So hurry up and find your dream bridal lehenga in these stunning colours and you are ready to steal the show. Also while choosing the colour of your wedding lehenga, you should make sure that the colour is chosen according to the complexion of your skin and the shape of your body.




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