Weddings are a grand affair in India. It is not just one special day or event but there are a series of events and rituals leading up to the D-day and all these functions are extremely important. One such important ritual is the Haldi ceremony.
During the Haldi ceremony, the ladies of the house apply Haldi to the bride and the groom. It is said that this will bring a glow on their face. Since ancient times, people have worn yellow on Haldi ceremony and brides take a lot of time to find that perfect yellow outfit.
However, experimenting is the latest trend today. Recently, we saw a few actresses wear white on their Haldi. These actresses were Katrina Kaif, Karishma Tanna and Mouni Roy. I have to say that all of them looked extremely beautiful. White outfit with yellow Haldi on the face gave a lovely glow to all the actresses.
While Katina Kaif chose to wear a white lehenga, Karishma Tanna and Mouni Roy wore a white sharara. All the actresses took their look a notch higher by adding accessories, putting the right makeup and styling the hair right.
If you also want to look different than usual on your Haldi, then go for a white outfit. Read on for some inspiration for white Haldi outfits.
Just like Alia Bhatt, you can wear a white saree. I would suggest you to wear an organza saree. Get one with a border and it would be even great to get a saree with little yellow prints. This would be the perfect outfit for your haldi.
You can also get a plain white georgette saree and pair it up with a yellow coloured blouse. Make sure to wear matching earrings. Drape your saree perfectly so that you are comfortable throughout the ceremony and also, your saree doesn’t get spoiled with Haldi marks.
A plain white lehenga for your Haldi ceremony is a great option. You can get a lehenga in any fabric. Just make sure that you tuck the dupatta properly so that it doesn’t get spoiled. Get a sleeveless blouse to leave your hands free for all the Haldi.
Instead of a plain white lehenga, you can for small colourful prints. In order to add colour, you can for a coloured dupatta or even a coloured blouse. You can also go for a heavily gold embroidered lehenga and we can never forget chikankari when we talk about white.
Most girls like to go for an indo-western or a ‘hatke’ outfit for their Haldi ceremony. Haldi and Mehendi ceremonies are the only functions where brides can experiment. So, a dhoti outfit is a great option.
You can get a white dhoti jumpsuit as ethnic jumpsuits are a huge trend right now. However, make sure that it is not plain, either go for a pop of colour on the outfit or embroidery. You can also go for white dhoti pants and a crop top. You can get a heavily embellished crop top or a yellow crop top.
My favourite option is to get a white crop and dhoti pants set along with a long shrug. This outfit will surely be a hit. A dhoti saree is also an amazing option and looks super stylish.
Shararas are the most trending outfits currently, therefore, it is a great idea to get one for your Haldi ceremony. Get a noodle strap white kurta with white sharara pants and a sheer white dupatta.
Make sure that you go for an embellished outfit and you can get a colourful border for your outfit. This will surely add to the beauty of the attire.
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Simple Kurta Set
If you are a minimal bride, then just go for a simple kurta set. Get a kurta stitched according to your personal style. It can be angrakha, straight fit, anarkali or any other style. Pair it up with pants or palazzo and you are good to go.
Anarkali outfits are an all time favourite and you can get one for yourself as well. It is best to get a chikankari anarkali for yourself with a matching dupatta and churidar. It will look extremely beautiful and the flair will look amazing in all your pictures.
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Tips To Keep In Mind
- Go for white and yellow floral jewellery with the outfit.
- Half updos are a great option for Haldi ceremony.
- Go for minimal makeup.
- Either skip the dupatta or tuck it properly so that it doesn’t get spoiled with Haldi stains.
- Go for embellished or embroidered outfits.
- Add a pop of colour to your outfit.
- Go for sleeveless outfits or opt for short sleeves.
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