Weddings are one of the greatest socio-cultural celebrations of all times and nothing short of a festival. Couples spend a lot of time planning their wedding. From planning the theme of the wedding to getting the wedding decor done and picking the right wedding music, these tedious tasks of wedding planning can be taken over by your wedding planner. But you need all hands on board to focus on picking your bridal outfit for each of your ceremonies.
If you are surfing Instagram and Pinterest to find the latest trends before you pick the ideal outfits, you have landed in the right place. Here are some millennial bridal looks that are setting major fashion goals for inspiration that the brides-to-be must bookmark. Take notes or a screenshot works too!
Millennial Bridal Looks for Wedding
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Bridal lehengas have come a long way from being the conventional and regal red lehengas. The brides have gone out of the box to flaunt gorgeous pastel lehengas like pink lehengas, blue lehengas and even green lehengas on their big day. Ace designers like Sabyasachi, Anita Dongre, and Manish Malhotra have made the millennial brides' dream come true with their breathtaking silhouettes in a variety of colours and fabric. from heavy floral lehengas to elaborate Zari work on onion-coloured velvet fabric, these lehengas as seen on the brides have made unforgettable statements on the wedding day.
Not only have traditional Indian outfits for brides evolved with time, but the Christian wedding gown has also seen amazing modifications in the silhouettes. The white gowns are not only found in pretty laces and silk but have heavy embroidery with a high low structure with the cancan giving it the princess vibe. Topped with mesmerising veils in net and organza, there are various shades like off-white and cream wedding gowns available too.
Millennial Brides & Their Haldi Outfits
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Haldi has always been about flaunting some bright shades of yellow. While upholding the traditions of the happy colour and dressed like Miss. Sunshine, the millennial brides have experimented with the shapes and designs of these yellow lehengas for the Haldi ceremony. From floral accents to intricate embroideries and even Kantha stitch, yellow lehengas have surely turned some heads. Rahul Mishra's layered crop blouse as seen in the picture above is a modern blouse design paired with the hand-embroidered 'Zehlige' lehenga from his Festive Couture collection. Add the right floral jewellery to accessorise and complete the look with a contagious smile!
Millennial Mehndi Looks for Brides
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As colourful as the magical Mehndi ceremony is with the quirky mehndi jhulas and the vibrant mehndi decoration, the millennial bridal looks for mehndi have got us swooning. Brides have taken us by a whirl with their styling. One-shoulder blouse paired with a pink lehenga choli and the pretty embroidered belt makes it a gorgeous belted lehenga for your mehndi ceremony. Floral organza lehenga with simple jewellery was also flaunted by many brides for the mehndi look.
Millennial Brides Flaunt the Sangeet Look
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The fun Sangeet ceremony in all its glamour and awesome music is the perfect occasion for the brides to flaunt some bling. The millennial brides have gone all out in picking their shiny lehenga designs. From a heavy sequin work golden lehenga to a multi-coloured lehenga in dark hues, each of these millennial bridal looks for the sangeet ceremony stole the show. When you get on the stage to show off the thumkas that your choreographer has helped you perfect, we suggest you keep the jewellery light and let the outfit do the talking for you!
Reception Looks of Millennial Brides
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The Reception party is an unforgettable evening and also the red carpet event of your wedding. There is nothing called OTT when it comes to picking an outfit for your reception. From a sequin lehenga in dark colours like maroon to a white lehenga paired with a heavy blouse design that has a dramatic sleeve design - we love it all! Glam up for the reception and bookmark these lehenga designs for your reception as they have been trending among the millennial brides. You could also pick a sequin saree or one of the latest gown designs for your wedding.
The millennial brides have flaunted a myriad of designs on their pre-wedding and wedding ceremonies that have been major trendsetters for the bides-to-be. They have picked Indian Jumpsuits and lehengas with noticeable prints and pop of colours from signature brands like Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika, House of Masaba and so on. Indo-western dresses have also found its way into the bridal trousseau along with gorgeous Sharara designs and ghararas.
These spectacular millennial bridal looks have set major fashion goals and we approve! While you get your hands on the best designers to get your dream bridal look curated, don't forget to bookmark and save the designs that have your heart.
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