Happy Bride is the Prettiest
The best part of the wedding season is that you get to see new fashion trends in Bridal lehengas and take inspiration from. A wedding is the most special occasion for the bride-to-be as everyone’s eyes are centered on her. So, she must be very careful while choosing a bridal lehenga according to her charm.
Nowadays, the latest trend to hit the market is bridal lehengas with minimal work. Brides must go for comfy, lightweight, small motifs and pastel hues lehengas with minimalistic makeup and lightweight statement jewelry to add glam and charm to their beauty. Gone away the times when the brides choose heavy lehengas and jewelry, dark makeups and dark hues for their weddings.
Today, young brides don’t want to splurge on their wedding lehengas unless they can be recycled because lighter lehengas can be worn again for other occasions as well.
The buzz word for brides-to-be this wedding season is a comfort.
Here we go with lightweight comfort lehengas this wedding season.
1 # Lehengas with a lighter version of zari, Gota Patti and Kundan embroidery:
Brides want to feel comfortable on their big day even if they go for the conventional red, they ace the traditional look with a lehenga that has subtle embroidery for which lighter versions of Zari, Gota Patti, Kundan, Pearls, and Resham embroidery used. Bride-to-be can also carry lightweight lehengas in pastels shades which can be paired with a heavy choker or rani haar on her wedding day than being saddled with heavy jewelry like the one dazzled up by Anushka Sharma on her wedding day
2 # Lehengas with lightweight are lighter on the pocket:
Lightweight lehengas lighter on the pocket as they cost less than the heavy lehengas. Brides-to-be are now experimenting with computerized embroidery in zari and Kundan that decreases the price of the lehenga but is still high on style and elegance. The one donned by Mira Rajput on her wedding day.
3 # Lehengas in lightweight fabrics, small motifs jazz up the bridal look:
Being able to experiment is the reason why brides-to-be are choosing lighter lehengas because they can reuse it after the wedding also that’s why they have opted for different cholis and dupattas. Banarsi silk lehengas in Pista green and peach pink colors with Resham threadwork and small motifs are also in demand nowadays.
4 # Lightweight Lehengas in Pearls, Chikankari and more:
The concept of the heavier the bridal lehenga the more pretty the bride looks doesn’t hold not true anymore. A lightly embroidered lehenga in chikankaari with pearls and beaded work is also sassy to carry for brides. Pairing them with embroidered peplum blouses, off shoulders crop tops to give waw effect. To ace this look, they are going dupatta free to add a bit of sass as donned up by Kareena Kapoor in Veere di wedding.
5 # Lehengas in Hot pink, Beige, Peach, and blush pink are in vogue for Brides-to-be.
The concept of bridal lehengas has changed. Brides have been inspired by celebs goes for lighter embroidery on pastel shades like peach, olive green, blush pink, beige, turquoise and many more. The main concentration is comfort and lightweight.
Finally, the brides-to-be get ready to roll up your wedding day with a sizzling and dazzling lightweight comfortable lehengas. Sport them with statement jewelry and minimal makeup to add glam and sass to your beauty.