Weddings are all about “New”. It’s essentially the beginning of a new life for the bride and the groom. On this special day as a bride enters her new life, she will want to stand out. Most brides opt for conventional colours for their wedding outfits, especially the bridal lehenga. With this article, discover unconventional colours for bridal lehengas. A new element to start you new life!
The silver colour has a way of adding glimmer to any clothing item. This shade has not been explored enough, but the possibilities here are beautiful. We experimented with two designs in silver, and you can see how the brides glow. The colour glorifies a bride’s wedding glow and adds a starry appeal. Be it for your wedding or the other ceremonies, we recommend that you match it up with a dark shade lipstick. A shade like maroon will just look heavenly with these styles.
Teal is a new entrant into the wedding ensemble shades, and there’s a very simple reason we love it. The deep shade just adds an extra layer. The colour looks beautiful if you add thread work to it or some gota Patti. With this dark shade, you can add a light shade like golden, cream, silver or ivory. For your make-up, try soothing pink hues. These colours just go perfectly together!
Grey is another excellent choice to try this wedding season. The steely colour looks good on literally everyone, no matter what the height or the skin tone. An all-grey look like the one in this design is undeniably an amazing choice. If you’re hesitant, you can always mix things up with a dupatta in a contrasting colour. When you choose a dupatta, make sure it’s a contrasting shade to add a dramatic look to your ensemble!
Shades of blue are completely in fashion this wedding season. The aqua blue shade of this design is amongst the most trending colours right now. Evergreen shades to mix and match with your blue lehenga are golden and cream. If your lehenga is on the plain and simple side, you can always add a dash of glamour with a heavy dupatta in golden. Another great idea is to wear a blue base lehenga with thread embroidery in cream and add a simple dupatta to top the look, just like this beautiful design.
Shades of green have become a popular trend in wedding designs, and a most unexpected one. But the colour is versatile and it goes with every bride. What makes this colour so pretty is the fact that it goes well with anything, be it embroidery or sequin work. And not just that, if you’re looking for full traditional work, you can try gota Patti, mukaish, mirror work, phulkari and so much more. To top the look, add red lipstick to add a glamorous tinge.
Gone are the days when brides stuck to the conventional red, golden or pink lehengas. The modern bride defies convention. Try these refreshing colours and see the world gawk at you in amazement.