We all dream of our wedding day, it is the big day and we all want it to be perfect. While some of you must be planning to exchange your vows at the beach, others must dream of the traditional big fat Indian wedding. What makes the D-day more special is your wedding look. It is your big day and you want to look on point. We thought of bringing you our favourite bridal looks of television actresses that can serve some inspiration.
Heavy Jewellery And Traditional Saree
Anita Hassanandani got married to long time beau Rohit Reddy in Goa in the year 2013. They had a traditional South Indian day wedding. For the D-day, Anita Hassanandani wore a traditional kanjeevaram cream, gold and red saree. It was draped the traditional, South Indian way. Anita's saree was teamed with a red blouse with golden work.
Anita Hassanandani's makeup wasn't too overboard, keeping in mind it was a day wedding. Her eyes were highlighted with lots of kohl and to complete her makeup look, she wore a beautiful red colour on the lips.
For jewellery, she layered different statement pieces. She wore lots of red bangles and kadhas. Don't miss that beautiful matha patti and matching jhumkas! Her hair were tied in a braid and accessorised with lots of gajra.
Brides-to-be take notes! If you have a day South Indian wedding, work more on your jewellery as it will add so much more to your traditional look.
Heavy Red Lehenga And Simple Jewellery
The traditional red colour can never go out of fashion when it comes to Indian weddings. Divyanka Tripathi got married to Vivek Dahiya in the year 2017 in Bhopal. For their wedding, Divyanka picked a red and golden lehenga set. Her look was completely traditional and she didn't go for OTT jewellery with it. The lehenga had hints of shimmer and beautiful embroidery that did all the talking. For jewellery, she wore lot of red bangles, kadas, a statement choker, a beautiful nath and a simple maang tika.
Her makeup too was kept simple as the outfit was really heavy.
What we love about Divyanka's wedding look is that the outfit and jewellery went well. It was a really heavy embellished lehenga and Divyanka's look was balanced with simple jewellery.
Gota Patti Lehenga And Lots Of Kundan Jewellery
Dipika Kakar and Shoaib Ibrahim tied the knot in a private ceremony in Bhopal. The two got married as per Muslim traditions. For the day wedding, Dipika Kakar wore a beautiful rani pink gota pati lehenga set. The lehenga was teamed with a long shirt. She carried her bridal look with lots of kundan jewellery, a choker, a layered necklace, haath phool, matching earrings, passa and a maang tika.
Dipika's makeup was in complete sync with her overall look. Lots of kohl on the eyes and pink lips.
If you have a day wedding, make sure you pick the colour right. A bright pink colour ensemble like Dipika's is just perfect!
Light Gold Lehenga And Red Dupatta
Sanaya Irani and Mohit Sehgal tied the knot in the year 2016 in a destination wedding in Goa. It was a beach, day wedding and for the D-day Sanaya Irani picked a golden lehenga choli set. She carried two dupattas, one golden dupatta draped across her shoulder and one red dupatta set on her head. We loved how she kept the look really simple, she paired the look with a kundan necklace, earrings, nath and a small maangtika. Her makeup too was kept simple, not very shimmery to go with her overall look.
If you are planning for a day wedding by the beach like Sanaya then make sure you don't go overboard with your look. Going for something too flashy may not work for you.
Heavy Maroon Lehenga And Statement Jewellery
Sargun Mehta got married to long time boyfriend Ravi Dubey in the year 2013. They had a traditional Punjabi wedding in Chandigarh. For the wedding, Sargun Mehta chose a maroon and gold lehenga choli set. Her lehenga and choli had lots of gold work and it was teamed with a gold dupatta with a thick, embellished border.
Talking about her jewellery, she wore a statement kundan choker with ruby and emeralds, matching earrings and a big nath and simple matha patti. Her makeup was done keeping in mind it was a night event, a bit on the glossy side.
If not red, you can go for a maroon lehenga set like this one for your wedding. Carrying a contrast colour dupatta always helps.
Which one is your favourite bridal look among these? Share your thoughts with us!