Gone are the days when a bride choses a red lehenga or a saree for her wedding. Brides today are ready to experiment not just with the style and silhouette of their Indian bridal wear but also with the colour of the outfit.
Dreamy pastels, vibrant warm tones, sunny yellows and fiery oranges are some of the colours that are popular with Indian brides. If you are among the adventurous brides willing to experiment with different colours, then take a look at the varied colour palette inspiration we have put together.
There was a time when white was not even associated with anything auspicious in India. But with changing times and the influence of the white wedding gown, Indian brides are embracing the colour white. White and gold is a match made in heaven.
Don’t just take our word for it - one look at these stunning Anita Dongre lehengas and you will know what we mean. Both the dori work lehenga and the gota patti lehenga set are beautiful creations that will make you look like a princess on your wedding day.
Think bright, spunky and spirited and the colour that first comes to the mind is yellow. If you don’t like to conform to rules, then set a trend by wearing yellow for your wedding. It doesn’t just look fabulous but also reflects a glow on your face.
Try this yellow lehenga set by Siddhartha Tytler with a beautifully embellished jacket for a look that is unparalleled. Yellow Indian bridal wear, teamed with sparkling gold jewellery is an outfit choice that can never go wrong!
A brilliant colour like blue is a splendid choice for Indian bridal wear since the colour looks great both during the day and the night. Indian bridal wear in blue colour, adorned with gold or silver embellishments is not just luxurious but is also unique and one of a kind. Many Indian bridal wear designers today are using the colour extensively in their creations, giving a good boost to the use of the colour blue in lehengas and sarees.
This timeless royal blue lehenga set by Anita Dongre and this Siddartha Tytler Navy lehenga set are opulent and fit for a queen. When paired with the right kind of jewellery, possibly heavy jadau, the rich colour will certainly come through very beautifully, especially in your wedding photographs.
The colour of sunrise and sunset, orange can be a fiery or a soothing colour depending on the shade you choose. A fabric in orange with embellishments in gold gives Indian bridal wear a royal touch. This wedding season, the colour is a hot favourite when teamed with pink. Sarees, lehengas and anarkali suits in orange and pink are making a splash in weddings like never before.
You can go ahead and pick a fiery orange colour if you think that it describes your personality the best. Take a look at some of the vibrant orange Indian bridal wear that we have in our collection and we are sure you will fall in love with the colour.
Now that we’ve shown you the latest colour trends in Indian bridal dresses, we are sure your mind is swarming with ideas about the endless possibilities when it comes to picking the colour of your Indian bridal wear.
Go ahead and browse our collection of gorgeous Indian bridal wear in a multitude of colours and take your pick to look like a million bucks on your wedding day!