Weddings in India are those times where grandiosity is constantly redefined with the vibrant fusion of the magnificence and sartorial grace of the rituals. No wonder, these are one of the most esteemed stages in the life not only of the couple but of the whole family. It's always the bride, however, the day will have the most importance, and so her attires must represent the same.
New-season starts with new trends and Bollywood knows how to keep up their game in a cycle of non-repetitive fashions. The celebrities'mass followers love to follow their look book and with that said, here are some trending fashion ideas for every wedding ceremony that the Millennial Brides currently love. And now let's dive into it without further delay to get you all decked in!
Mehendi ceremony is one such event that the bride will rapidly turn into a rough day. What you may be expected to sit in a certain place for minutes if not hours with the application of intricate henna tattoos. Hence it is out of the question to wear something too fitting or too heavy. Moreover, you would prefer to remain uncovered as much of your arm's skin as it suits the occasion's decorum. Wearing green clothing is outdated, you can wear colorful clothes as Priyanka Chopda does for her Mehendi ceremony. Indian dresses for Mehendi are highly pleasing to the eyes and will complement the day's decor to quite a degree as well.
It is always a smart idea to adorn yourself with Floral Jewellery such as roses and buds. How these ideas resonate with the brides so readily is mainly because they're not only pleasantly thematic but also because the final look can become a relaxing experience for you.
Sangeet retains the position of the most cheerful function in Indian weddings. It is the activity where all family members get together and literally dance the day and night away in the euphoria of the party, dancing ecstatically. Brides will be treated with utmost wonderment this day, and let's not forget the star bridal performance's mesmerization.
Today, depending on the theme of the wedding, brides typically perform on songs that praise individuality in a romantic way and thus are often considered a good option to wear an Indian dress with flared lehengas.
Brides prefer to wear glittery golden, pink, or any Indian lehenga that shine her charm on sangeet night.
The first things that come to mind as we think of the Haldi function are the bright yellow decors and happy faces in brilliant adornments. Yellow is the undeniable color for the day, the only thing that remains to be seen is what work and Indian dress design match the personality and the function decor. For the day, most millennial brides opt for elegant designs in either gold or white like how this new bride Meehika Bajaj wearing yellow lehenga choli complemented her look with seashell jewelry. These not only lend the bride a more conventional look but they also boost the dress's overall ethnic significance. So a yellow saree in thread work, to a yellow lehenga choli in a heavy border, all are good ideas for a bridal haldi dress.
No matter how well prepared everything is, or how well you know it all goes as perfectly it can, you can't avoid the big d-day jitters altogether. In any case, to some extent having something huge like 'getting ready' as a distraction should be doing the deal. Day and night go in a flash so be careful with everything in advance. With regard to the wedding dress, the trend is again leaning towards traditional bridal red colors. Priyanka Chopra Jonas sets the traditional red lehenga trend again with wearing monochrome red thread work lehenga on her wedding, every bride wants to make her bridal look like how she did.
Once it comes to the Reception, millennial brides are right in selecting light colors with enough space to walk around with their dresses. Like most other wedding events, over long periods of time, you won't be sitting idle. You would also like to have a lighter shade in your wardrobe for this day, because no matter how exciting those bright colors look they can drain all your energy quickly if worn for longer periods day after day. You can experiment you look buy wearing some Indo-western lehenga choli or gown. You can take an idea from this Bollywood diva Sonam Kapoor who wore grey cream color lehenga with zig-zag print and style her dupatta.
And you got it right there. All the shrieking and quite sensible trends in Indian wedding dresses for the 2020 brides that will make you look a seasonless stunner on all occasions celebrating the start of your happy ever after!