Most modern brides today are taking the pastel route instead of the traditional reds for the D-day wear. Bridal lehengas in pastel hues have become a big trend and looks like it is here to stay.
Ivory, pale pink, peach, there are so many beautiful shades from the palette which have also met the approval of your favourite celebrities in the past.
If you are a bride-to-be hunting for a bridal lehenga from the bridal family then this guide might help you.
Natasha Dalal's Pale Gold Lehenga From Natasha Dalal Label
Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal got married in an intimate wedding ceremony in Alibaug recently. Natasha Dalal's pick for her wedding day was a pale gold lehenga from her own label. The designer's pale gold lehenga had beautiful floral detailing on the dupatta and star motifs on the blouse. With her heavy embellished lehenga, Natasha Dalal opted for a statement diamond and emerald necklace, earrings, and maang tika. Her hair were beautifully done in a half-up, half-down hairdo and adorned with beautiful white flowers.
Neha Dhupia's Pastel Pink Lehenga From Anita Dongre
For her intimate Anand Karaj ceremony, Neha Dhupia carried this minimal baby pink coloured lehenga by designer Anita Dongre. Her Ainiti lehenga was a lightweight creation with Rajasthani embroideries including dori, zardozi, zari, and gota patti. It was paired with a matching choli with elbow-length sleeves. Her sheer dupatta had a mint green border and tassel detailing. Neha Dhupia's minimal bridal look was completed with a uncut diamond and emerald beads necklace, matching earrings and a maang tika. She also wore a traditional red chuda to complete her bridal look. Her hair were tied in a neat low bun and adorned with fresh white flowers.
Anushka Sharma's Pale Pink Lehenga From Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Anushka Sharma's bridal wear took 67 karigars and 32 hours to be completed. Her blush pink lehenga was encrusted with pink rhinestones. It had bore motifs of exotic birds and butterflies. Her wedding look was completed with a mathapatti, necklaces, jhumkas in pearls, jadau and pink spinel.
Miheeka Bajaj's Ivory And Red Lehenga By Anamika Khanna
Miheeka Bajaj opted for a ivory and red lehenga from the house of Anamika Khanna for her wedding. Her lehenga had hand-done zardozi with chikankari and gold metalwork. Miheeka's bridal wear was completed in 10,000 man-hours. Her outfit had a 3-4th sleeve blouse, a voluminous skirt, a red dupatta and a coral-hued waistband. Miheeka Bajaj's bridal look was completed with an uncut diamond layered necklace, drop earrings, a matha patti, nath, and bangles.
Neha Kakkar's Blush Pink Lehenga From Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Neha Kakkar's anand karaj lehenga from ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee had multi-coloured threadwork in coral, baby pink, fuschia. Her pastel-hued bridal wear also had floral motifs in zardosi. Neha Kakkar's bridal look was completed with a gold polki choker with purple, green drops, a maang tika and matching earrings. She rounded her look off with a passa.
Weddings are becoming a private affair, especially after the pandemic hit us and brides are preferring the minimal route for their D-day. Lightweight lehengas, statement jewellery, and minimal makeup are now the key to nailing the modern bridal look. The best part about investing in a pastel coloured lehenga for your wedding is that you can repeat it even after your big day.
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