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Weddings are times of grand celebration of two people in love, taking vows and getting united for a lifetime. Over the time, these have evolved from being political manoeuvres to being celebrations of love and the nuptial bonds.
And for the precious unification, dressing up and decorating the places mean a lot to be would-be brides and grooms. The wedding day is often referred to as Bride’s Day and she gets the opportunity to have everything her way, because the day comes once in a lifetime. Be it loud or subtle, red or white, whatever happens with the décor and dresses, happens her way!
White Replacing Other Colours as Wedding Attires
Indian dresses are diverse as the cultures, rituals, regions, religions and dressing, food habits that make up the vast country that India is. While in some parts, the Indian wedding dresses tend to be red, symbolising auspiciousness, or green, representing fertility, the wedding dresses in a few parts of India are usually white or cream coloured.
“White is already the go-to bridal colour in several Indian states like Kerala, Assam and Gujarat. But there is a considerable change in the mainstream colour palette too now. More brides are opting for white, ivory and off-white to match their contemporary vision for their big day,” as explained by designer Ridhi Mehra on the change of colours of bridal outfits.
Brides who don’t want a stereotypical look, for them white is the perfect option. The appeal of white outfits can be elevated with hints of pink, blue, gold, red, green embellishments, embroidery or lacework. The bridal wardrobe has now become a way to speak the brides’ minds through the outfits they choose.
While for the main event, brides can opt for traditional Indian sarees, lehengas or Anarkali Suits, the airy and comfortable Indian suits can be an option for the morning events or rituals.
Like A Diva’s Picks: 5 White Wedding Outfits to Dress Up In
Off-White Net Lehenga Choli with Embroidery
How amazing can a white-on-white embroidery work be? This is a stunning visual of how even something mono-coloured looks so gorgeous. The flattering white thread embroidery and stone work on an off-white lehenga is accentuated with can-can on the lehenga. The matching net blouse with satin silk lining has embroideries over the bodice and sleeves. A White net dupatta with cut work lace borders and stone work completes the look.
Throw on some pearl or Kundan jewellery and keep your makeup muted. Some kohl, some lip tint, a generous amount of blush and flowers on hair.
White Georgette Embroidered Lehenga Choli with Gota Patti Work
This proves how something simple has the capability to look so royal, so grand. The popular Chikankari work from Lucknow is a favourite of most women. The embroidered chikankari pattern with sequin detailing on this particular georgette lehenga choli makes it a captivating choice. The maroon zari embroidered border at the hem of the skirt and the dupatta, complements the pink soft net dupatta gives it a regal touch.
Wear a choker, a long necklace, bangles, earrings and maybe a maangtika. You can choose the jewellery in gold and maroon colours. Wear light makeup, and put up freshly plucked roses, preferable in a combination of maroon, pink and white.
Off-White and Mustard Silk Lehenga with Beautiful Embroidery
While a simple white-on-white designer lehenga is one of its kinds, vibrant colours when combined when white creates an altogether grand look that will definitely remind you of the outfits of the royal families from the pages of history books.
This beautiful lehenga is the epitome of femininity and is a must-buy. The silk weaved pattern throughout the Anarkali profile of the lehenga with beautiful embroidery work on the hemline makes it a captivating choice. The heavy jacquard dupatta and designer zari-worked blouse is the complete set which can be carried with traditional jewellery to turn the heads on you.
Off-White Party Wear Silk Lehenga
A colourful embroidery on white can be so beautiful. Bestow a true delicacy to the eyes with this alluring designer lehenga choli. This gorgeous piece exudes a graceful zari embroidered pattern, and comes with a soft net embroidered dupatta. Coordinate the style with beautiful jewellery and you are ready to slay like a diva.
White Georgette Lehenga Choli with Mirror Embellishments
A white georgette lehenga with all-over mirror work, nothing can be as simple as this. Yet this is so classy. This is made for brides to like to keep it muted yet stylish.
Detailed resham embroidery work all over lehenga talks about the ornate artistry. The mirror embellishments all-over the attire gives a chic appeal. The net embellished dupatta with an alluring border is all that you need to complete the look.
If you are looking to buy Indian wedding dresses online, Like A Diva is your one stop solution. Be it in wonderful whites, ravishing red, pretty pastels or other shades, Like A Diva has a wide array of Indian wedding dresses, which you will definitely fall in love with!