Wedding day has no matches to any other day in your life. The bridal lehenga or saree you plan on wearing on the special day is definitely priceless. This is the reason why you need to select your bridal lehenga with utmost precision. It will be a part of your precious history in the future. You can not afford to make mistakes on your wedding day.
In India, red is the color for brides. It is expected of the bride to appear in this color on the wedding day. Also, red is the most complimenting color for the bride too. Also, the red and white color combination is also seen in India. Especially south Indian brides wear a red and white bridal saree for their special day.
However, there is not strict rule that it has to be plain red, it can be in various shades of red too. Pink, magenta, purple and orange are all part of the bridal color palate for Indian weddings. Today, most brides-to-be are seen in these shades. Colors like blue, green and brown are avoided though there is no taboo against them. Yellow is also worn by brides in some communities too.
If your wedding is due this fall and are confused about choosing the bridal lehenga, we have come up with the best bridal designs of 2013 at your service.
The Mughal Bridal look and the Imperial Era
This lehenga reflects the sense on style of the Mughal Era which is which is on hot platter today.
Fish-Cut Red Lehenga, Flaunt your Curves
The fish-cut style lehenga is seen to be gaining popularity these days as it makes you fit in like a mermaid’s tail.
The Royal Rajasthani Bride, Reflect the Royal Touch
It directly links you to the ethic Rajputana bride with a few contemporary frills.
Sharara Sharara, a Get Back Trousseau
Post Kareena Kapoor’s wedding, shararas seems to be back in fashion. The hairdo also compliments this awesome outfit.
Pink as A Doll, Cute and Sweet
Baby pink is also advocated by most of the brides today, instead of red.
Indo-Western Bride, the Fusion Lying Behind
If you are marrying inter religion, this gown-like lehenga will be just prefect for your guests to ponder about.
The Southern Bride with Ethnicity
Who is not a fan of the grand Kanjeevaram saree traditionally worn by South Indian brides?
The Velvet Touch of Softness
This lehenga compliments the velvet blouse and do not forget to put on the full arm length mehendi to complete your look.
Sweet and Simple Indian Bridal Outfits
Simplicity and sweetness flows from this lehenga. You need not over do your jewellery too. You will still stand out.
The Bong Bride for the Great East India
Brides are seen in red and golden Banarasi saree in the eastern part of India.