Yellow is the go-to choice for Haldi. But now the times are changing, and brides are mixing things up a bit. Choosing pinks and oranges for Haldi and wearing pastel yellow for the wedding is the new normal. Whatever be the event, we have to agree that yellow is a happy and vibrant colour for any bride. We have here for you some of our favourite yellow lehenga designs.

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Floral Prints & Scalloped Borders

The floral printed organza dupatta with a trendy scalloped border is what sets this outfit apart. It provides relief from the floral embroidered mustard yellow of the lehenga chilli. 

Tie-Dye Yellow Lehenga

Tie-dye lehengas are doing the rounds this wedding season. Fashion blogger, Aakriti Rana Gill looks beautiful in this mirror worked lehenga and has paired it with a contrasting green blouse. 

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In Yellow & Gold

This piece from Anushree Reddy is stunning. The sequinned gold blouse is a perfect complement to the embroidered yellow lehenga. The sheer shawl which has been worn in a cape fashion helps complete the look. 

Yellow Embroidered Bridal Lehenga

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In Mustard Yellow & Pink

Mustards are the ‘in’ colours this wedding season. So if you are searching around for the trendiest colours to wear on your big day, then your search ends here. Pair the mustard with a contrasting shade such as pink or green to elevate the design further.

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In A Vibrant Hue

White embroidery work stands out against a vibrant yellow background. The heavy embellishments on this attire make this suitable even for the wedding ceremony. The bride has cleverly paired it with an emerald green raani haar, chaand baali tikka and earrings. We must say we are in love with this whole look. 

In Sunshine Yellow

Alia Bhatt looked gorgeous in the bright yellow lehenga from Sabyasachi. The look was quite a hit and a lot of real brides have also opted for the same lehenga for their wedding. You can pair it with jewellery of a contrasting colour if you think that the yellow looks too monotonous.

Pair It With A Bralette

If you are looking for something glamorous for your Mehndi, then this would be great idea. Pairing the lehenga with a bralette immediately amps the allure of the whole ensemble. The organza lehenga paired with a tulle bralette worked with crystals, beads and pearls look quite gorgeous.

A Different Silhouette

Doesn’t the bride look like a diva in this one of a kind outfit? We are loving the one-shoulder blouse with a cape sleeve. She has completed with a matching Kundan worked necklace and earring set. 

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Aimili Lehenga From Anita Dongre

The bright yellow organza lehenga with pink-hued embroidery sets the mood for the season, and comes paired with an equally charming choli and a dupatta. This style allows no customisation.

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With A Peplum Blouse

If you want to do something different, then you can pair your lehenga with a peplum blouse. An added advantage is that with a peplum, you can avoid wearing a shawl if you choose to. 

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Nereida Lehenga From Anita Dongre

This sunny yellow lehenga with embroidered forest roses is perfect for a day wedding. Pair it with statement jadau chandbaalis, maang tikka and a haathphool. 

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Cropped Lehenga In Pale Yellow

The skirt is a 50’s inspired design in Chanderi silk and best of all, it has pockets. This is paired with a silk sleeveless crop top with a V-neck and has a breezy and casual look to it. 

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We hope that we have given you some interesting and offbeat ideas to consider. Let us know your favourites in the comments. 

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