Gorgeous Bridal Hue Alternatives so you can move on from the conventional Red

Gorgeous Bridal Hue Alternatives so you can move on from the conventional Red

We saw some of the best combinations of lehengas in the past wedding season. The pastel colors, ethnic designs and the way of styling made us fall in love with every outfit. So here we are, approaching the wedding season, with the wide variety of shades in the wedding lehengas and suggesting you some of the best ones to experiment with.

 

 

1. Ivory – Elegant and Modern

 

Let’s start with the most graceful pick of them all, Ivory is trending big time and replacing a lot of red on red bridal outfits.

Sonam Kapoor in an Ivory and Gold hand embroidered Chikankari lehenga by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla for her mehendi ceremony was one of the few bollywood beauties who carried this color with grace. Masoom Minawala who wore an unconventional Anamika Khanna lehenga for her wedding day and broke the stereotype and as well as the internet with this royal hue.

 

 

When it made it’s way into weddings, Ivory was considered a bit controversial color. But, not only is it beautiful, it is phenomenally versatile and can be coordinated with a variety of other colors as well.

 

Courtesy: Metro.co.uk

Of course there are choices to go monotone. In fact, a combination of Ivory and Gold will also look gorgeous.
This way, your Ivory can work out as a great blank canvas, which can be a playground for you to customize and personalize with colorful embroidery in Gold, Pink, Green and Yellow. Marigold or Fuchsia Pink dupatta and Baby Breath flowers in your hair would add so much more life to the combination.

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2. Lilac or Ultraviolet 

 

2018’s found its way to the bridal trousseau and made a lot of noise when worn by the lovely ladies at any wedding function. But for the bride to wear it with beautiful combinations, it’s a completely different view.
Its so amazingly unconventional & refreshing, and has got the celebratory vibe on point! This unexpected shade has taken Pinterest by storm and new found love of India brides for their lehengas too.

Tip: Shades of Ultraviolet/Lilac have a fun vibe, so it can easily be your sangeet/mehendi pick!
The safest combination with the color could be Gold or Pink

 

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3. Coral or Salmon Pink

 

Courtesy: Mahima Bhatia Photography and Ivy Weddings

 

The pantone colour of the year, Coral pink is the new Rose Gold! This color has hints of Light Pink, Peach, and Nude.
Along with Coral Pink, Salmon Pink and Rose gold still has our heart. And it comes out best in delicate fabrics like tulle, georgette, and soft net!
Tip: With a colour like this, Go monotone! Get yourself the blouse you want and choose a lehenga with gold/silver self-embroidery in and pair it with kundan or pearl jewellery.
Nothing could be more royal yet simple.

 

 

4. Royal Champagne Gold

 

Courtesy: Brides of Sabyasachi 

 

After Bollywood blockbusters like Jodha Akbar and Padmavat, Aren’t all the bridal outfits in Gold just so dreamy. So, why can’t we give the queens what they want on their special day? If you are a bride to be this wedding season, a muted Champagne Gold Lehenga is just your thing girl!
From being paired with darker hues to having elements of glitter, we’re seeing this versatile color everywhere on brides

Tip: Go monotone with maybe a contrasting color like Pink, Orange, or Green. Top it up with Kundan/Pearl jewelry and add flowers to your hair like the royalty you are.

 

Courtesy: Gautam Khullar Photography and inspire.fabfit.in

 

5. Auspicious Orange

 

Courtesy: Fotowalle – The Story Folks 

 

Orange has always been around weddings and we have all seen brides wearing orange outfits at their pre-wedding functions, so much that even the bridesmaid sometimes have that as the main theme. A lot of wedding guests looking absolutely stunning in this color. But it is very rare to see a bride slaying an orange colored lehenga, we were delighted to find a few beauties!

It’s one of the colors we are looking forward to seeing on 2019 brides. Either way, this color is a breath of fresh air among the reds and will instantly help you stand out.

Tip: This color works well on both, fair and dusky skin tones.

 

Courtesy: Anita Dongre and Aashi & co. 

 

6. Gracious Grey

 

Courtesy: House on the clouds

 

Grey is still a bold choice to be worn as your bridal set, as it’s still unconventional and dull according to stereotypes. You can opt for a toned down version with a mix of embroidery and gota work or go all out like this gorgeous designer lehenga.
Nonetheless, it adds an extra oomph to your bridal look and makes you stand apart from the cliché red on red bridals.

Tip: Talking about the pairings, You can go for an all-grey lehenga, add some color to the border of your lehenga or pair it with a vibrant colored dupatta like Pink, Green, Red. Any of the options will make it look drastically different but just as beautiful.

 

Courtesy: Jayanti Reddy 

 

7. Mint Green

 

Courtesy: Fotografia9 and Dream Diaries 

 

It has been quite sometime that Mint green has been one of the favorites to the brides who want a modern touch to their classic lehengas as well as sarees.
Who would have thought that mint green would be one of the most popular bridal colors?
And to be frank, we love the shifts being made in the bridal trends From red to Pink to Green – we have come a long way.

Tip: Mint would make the work stand out, so use thread work, sequins, gota patti, or shimmer of your choice of color and you’ll have a dual tone mint lehenga.

 

Courtesy: The Lightsmiths

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8. Floral

 

All floral lehengas, irrespective of the color, definitely look beautiful during a day wedding. Ditch the red and maroons and switch to pastel and floral bridal lehengas for day wedding or beach weddings.

 

Courtesy: Photozaapki 

 

Courtesy: Brides of Sabyasachi 

 

So ladies, let’s ditch the cliché Red Bridal Outfit and experiment with new colors this wedding season. 

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