No matter if it is a lavish wedding or a simple court marriage, a bride should not look anything less than an angel on her wedding day. Since the courtrooms are more intimate and packed, you need to pick your outfit smartly. It must not only have the perfect amount of oomph, but it should also be comfortable and breathable. That’s why many face a hard time deciding what to wear to their court marriages. It is not just your outfit that will complete the look, but also your hairstyle, makeup, and jewellery. To create a balance, go with minimal makeup and subtle ornaments if donning an ensemble with intricate work, but if you are opting for something light, play around with beautiful traditional jewelleries and bold makeup. We have curated a list of light and heavy outfits you can wear to your court wedding. Check it out!
Timeless Red Banarsi Saree
Banarsi sarees are among the finest drapes in India. The rich zari work and intricate design, especially on the border and pallu look mesmerising. Red is considered an ideal colour for brides because it signifies warmth and love. On the other hand, it also is a sign of boldness. When it comes to appearance, the red colour looks amazing in the broad daylight and even after the sun sets. Therefore, a gorgeous red saree will make you stand out in all the photographs, besides making you look and feel like a bride. Take cues from actresses Sagarika Ghatge and Charo Asopa, they too got donned traditional red sarees for their respective court marriages.
Mirror Work Sharara Set
Many brides don’t feel like adding too many hues and vibrancy to their court marriage looks. Instead, they want to play around with neutral shades. Often light colour outfit ends up looking a bit dull and of course, no one wants to look faded on their big day. Mirror work looks classy and rich. With fewer colours, you will look glamorous. This lovely sharara set is almost a perfect option. You will feel comfortable in the design and you won’t even have to worry about looking ravishing!
A Breezy Anarkali
One can never go wrong with Anarkali! Create an amazing minimalistic look with antique earrings and nude makeup. Your Anarkali can be of any fabric, such as silk, cotton, net, etc. If your kurta is heavily embroidered, let the dupatta be light. There should ideally be one point of attraction when it comes to outfits. The full-length Anarkali looks regal and also make you look sleek. You won’t have to think about comfort, as Anarkalis are one the most easy-to-carry traditional outfits.
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Pastel Light-Weight Lehenga
Saina Nehwal looked breath-taking in her ivory and blue lehenga for her court wedding with Parupalli Kashyap. Pastel colours are perfect to look less in even the most elaborate garments. Lehenga is something that will instantly make you feel like a bride. Since we are planning your court wedding, remember to opt for light silhouettes. A chiffon lehenga with a zari blouse will create a royal look. You will look less, but will also garner everyone’s praises for such an amazing balanced look.
A Statement Dupatta
Can’t decide to keep it simple or go extra? We say why not try both! A plane sharara, lehenga, or suit made from any type of silk fabric, ideally tassar silk, will appear larger than life and on the other hand, a magnificent statement dupatta will make you look like the prettiest bride. We recommend trying Bandhej dupatta if you are planning to go with this look. Teamed with any dress, this heavy dupatta will speak for itself.
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