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Pink And Gold With A Hint Of Red For Your Wedding OutfitBy Gautam Khullar
The Classic Shot Of A Red Lehenga With Golden And Blue Zari WorkBy Gautam Khullar
Bride Wearing A Pink Blouse And Red Lehenga With Silver And Pink Zari WorkBy Gautam Khullar
A Candid Photograph Right Before The WeddingBy Gautam Khullar
Bride Getting Ready For Her Big DayBy Gautam Khullar
Aesthetic White Drop Shoulder Gown For Pre Wedding ShootBy Gautam Khullar
Alluring Pink And White Indo-Western Dress With Intricate Golden MotifsBy Gautam Khullar
Exquisite Silver Indo-Western Gown With Detailed Golden Print On Borders And Sleek Golden Waist Best Completing Look With Blue Dupatta With Golden BordersBy Gautam Khullar
Heartwood Colored Off-Shoulder Plated Ball GownBy Gautam Khullar
Crimson Red Bridal Lehenga with Golden Motifs And Stunning Golden Scarlet Red Groom SherwaniBy Ravneet Oberoi
Wedding Portrait of Bride And GroomBy Anoop Mahajan
Quirky Bride And Groom Wear For MehendiBy Kabeer Grover
Light Pastel Green Sequins Lehenga For SangeetBy Kabeer Grover
Mahogany Floral Sequined Backless GownBy Kabeer Grover
Teal Mirror Work Bridal Lehenga With Golden BordersBy Kabeer Grover
Rose Mermaid Shape Bridal GownBy Kabeer Grover
Pink A Shaped Bridal Lehenga With Gold EmbroideryBy Shyamal & Bhumika
Peach Shaded Lehenga With Gold Work For Reception DayBy Shyamal & Bhumika
Powder Pink and Pastel Bridal GownBy Shyamal & Bhumika
Ruby Shaded Bridal LehengaBy Shyamal & Bhumika
Emerald Gown With Gold Sequins Work For The Engagement DayBy Kabeer Grover
Persian Shaded Lehenga With The Contrast Of RubyBy Kabeer Grover
Bridal Lehenga With Classic Combo Of Fuchsia And Royal Blue With Gold Zari WorkBy Kabeer Grover
Cherry Colored Bridal Lehenga With Floral MotifsBy Kabeer Grover
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Indian weddings are grand in their own unique way. Numerous weeks and months go into the planning of each and everything for the wedding. Most of which is focussed around what you’ll wear on the wedding day and on the accompanying functions. If you’re looking for ideas and inspiration for weddings dresses and accessories for bride, you can count upon UrbanClap Weddings!
Outfits For Different Wedding Occasions
The wedding day is not the only day in an Indian wedding. We like things to be extravagant and larger than life, so we have a range of other functions accompanying the big wedding day. It is a series of functions, having its own importance in their own way. Also, our cultural roots, to which we are very attached dictate that we have these other functions, all of which have some symbolic meaning and cultural significance. All these functions demand a different look depending on various factors.
First up is the Sangeet, which is filled with fun and frolic. Be sure to be high on fashion and you have limitless potential to actually show off your creativity as there are no boundations when it comes to the colours and styles that you can pull off. Dance till your feet hurt and twirl the night away in floor length anarkalis or gorgeous lehengas. If Indian attire is not on your mind and you want to retire from being all coy and demure, go for a graceful and fitted western gown.
- Wedding Day
Most of the times, a Cocktail party is not a separate event but instead, is combined with the sangeet. If that is not the case for you, grab onto this opportunity to show off your best fashion style. You can wear subtle colours like pastels, ivory or a beautiful pink either in a gorgeous saree, or a graceful gown. Indo-western style gowns are also getting popular these days.
On Mehendi, the bride to be gets henna (or Mehendi) applied on her hands, arms and legs and has a lot of fun with her friends and cousins. Ensure that your outfit is something loose and comfortable along with being super trendy. You can style yourself with a vibrant crop top lehenga, patiala-shahi salwar kameez with a beautiful pattern or embroidery work on it, a unique dhoti with a kurti and jacket or even a sharara so that you can get mehendi applied on your legs with ease.
Engagement is a chance for the bride to play her best glam game and give a graceful touch to her attire. Depending on her tastes and style, the bride-to-be can opt for numerous outfits for that special touch of grace, sophistication and elegance because an engagement is just as lavish and exuberant as the main wedding day since it is the day the match is fixed. Among these are options for dresses like lehenga with brocade work, a gown with sequins on it or perhaps a zari embroidered tulle saree.
Wedding is the most important function for obvious reasons. The choice of your wedding dress depends on your origins to a large extent. Brides to be in the Southern part of our country dress themselves up in off white sarees with a thick border on them or they can also wear these sarees in a ravishing shade of red. Up north, brides usually opt for lehengas in bright shades like red, pink, maroon etc. Bengali brides usually wear a Banarasi silk sarees in red, maroon, pink or even off white. Sikh brides wear gorgeous and heavily embroidered salwar kameez. Whatever colour you choose, make sure the colour suits you. You should also keep the wedding decor in mind to pick the right colour of your wedding dress as well.
Smart Shopping Tips For Bridal Wear
Picking the right wedding dresses and outfits is not easy. Perfect look is a culmination of picking the right colour, beautiful design, great fabric and an awesome finish. In addition, you have to fit in within your wedding budget as well. Here are some tips to help you with your hunt for the perfect wedding dress:
Have A Clear Idea Of What You Want
Nothing beats a thorough research across the Internet, wedding magazines, and a lot of window shopping to help yourself make up your mind. Things will be very easy if you make up your mind well before time so that you don't get confused by the extreme variety that the designers offer. Apart from the styles and patterns you can also look up prices online so that when you go out to the store for the actual thing, you will have afir idea whether you are getting a good deal or not.
Early Bird Catches The Worm But Not Always
Be well ahead of time but not too much. It is suggested that you finalise your wedding outfit about 4-6 months prior to the wedding so that you have enough time for alterations. But in retrospect, if you buy your dress very much in advance, you will probably doubt your choices a little and many other new variants might come up that you develop a liking to or perhaps your wedding outfit might get outdated. You don't want that to happen.
Never Shop With Too Many People
Your wedding outfit will be the most important outfit in the whole affair. You have to ensure that everything is smooth sailing and is comfortable. Having many people around you gives way to many opinions and options getting in your way and you will end up getting confused. It is best to rely on your mother, or your sister to help you out with picking the perfect wedding ensemble.
Check The Fit And The Overall Look Very Well While Trying
Donning the wedding dress is a definitely not a piece of cake. It is usually very heavy and can be a bit difficult to maneuver. Additionally, you will not only have to sit in it for long hours but also bend, stand for various rituals.That's why it is supremely important the dress fits you well and is comfortable. Make sure that you try it out and get the required alterations done well before time.