While you plan for your wedding, it takes months in not years to decide your D-day outfit, bridal makeup and jewellery. But this is not where the struggle ends, the next phase somehow happens to be trickier. In your new home, not only you have to meet and adjust with your new family members, but also have to think about your appearances for various post-wedding ceremonies.
Just like there are a slew of ceremonies that happens before the actual wedding, there are rasams that are enjoyed by family and the couple after the marriage. But besides fun, the question stays what will the new bride wear on ceremonies like reception, mooh dikhai or pag phera. If you are looking for some options, we are here to help!
For Reception Party
Solid Colour Banarasi Saree
From the past couple of years, the trend of donning Banarasi saree has come back for all the good reasons. We saw most of the top-notch celebrities slaying on their reception parties in them. These two pieces, the mulberry purple and cherry red Banarasi sarees are stunning. The intricate zari work is giving a regal look, and the gorgeous borders are elevating the complete appearance.
Sapphire Blue Gown
Lehengas after lehengas, you may get tired of it after a while. To break the monotony, try something different and more glamorous, such as this striking sapphire blue gown. The fine goldwork, with princess skirt look, is just what you want to make a statement. You can try for some different traditional shades, but a dress like this will help you shine!
For Mooh Dikhai Ceremony
Teal Blue Silk Saree
After exuding glamour in a couple of traditional shades, such as red and yellow, slide into something more eye-pleasing. A blue silk saree can never go wrong. Clubbed with a pink border, the drape is giving soothing bridal vibes. Any type of jewellery, be it heavy rani haar or a simple kundan set will go with this saree. Finish off your look with a chiffon pink dupatta. After all, for mooh dikhai a gorgeous scarf is a must-have!
Pink-Orange Banarasi Silk Lehenga
There is hardly any Indian girl, who doesn’t love slaying in a lehenga. The kalis, and the ghera make us feel like swirling in it all day long. Channel your inner diva on your mooh dikhai ceremony in a piece that shows off your elegance. Something like this pink-orange banarasi silk lehenga is just perfect. Drape the net dupatta around and add one more piece to cover your head for mooh dikhai.
For Pag Phera Ceremony
Pastel Anarkali Suit
For the pag phera ceremony, the bride goes back to her parent’s home for three days. There will be guests at both your in-laws’ and parents’ home who will be waiting to have a look of the new bride. You must dress up in something subtle, but fashionable. An Anarkali suit can be an ideal pick, as it is simple, yet comfortable. We love the colour of this piece and think it will look just right on the new bride.
Ruby Red Net Saree
Most of the new brides love to exude glamour in sarees. And we say why not when something is so sober and classy looking, there is no way you shouldn’t be slaying in it. This ruby red (red outfit inspo from Sonam Kapoor) piece is stunning and subtle both at the same time. Without any glitter and glitz, it has that bewitching charm.
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