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Lehngas have been one of the best choices for bridal ceremonies. These are also the fittest choice for women in general. But when it comes to being used on wedding ceremonies, it needs to be paid special attention. Here are ten Lehenga designs that are suitable for both bridal pick-ups and the festive season. These not only serve the purpose of wearing on marriages but also have a traditional flare-up.
With its temperature-raising base color and its intricate gold thread work, hits this one out of the park for the bride who looks absolutely beautiful!
This bride is in pink silk and tulle lehenga for her wedding. The delicate skirt featured bursts of floral trellises derived from Pichwai textiles, majestic peacocks with bejeweled plumes as well as baroque chandeliers and curios, rendered using hand-cut sequins, dabka, Kasab and Resham marodi work, and semi-precious stones on the delicate base fabric. It was paired with an embroidered tulle blouse and sheer tulle dupattas.
The east met the west and white lehengas, much like white dresses are becoming so popular among millennials.
Just choose bold embroidery with some vibrant jewelry to take it up a notch.
Choose from mints, and Grecian blues the sheer fabric, the better the pictures. This beautiful lehenga is sheer chanderis billowing in the sun.
Some girls wish to keep it simple yet elegant.
This elegant Red traditional lehenga is light enough to let you dance your heart out on your special day without having to worry about how you would manage the bulky lehenga.
This bride owns the floor in a lehenga designed by Anita Dongre. It has Handpainted pichwai work on lehenga featuring forest motifs in peacock hues.
Pink and Gold Lehenga
Keep it light and beautiful. This bride rocked this gorgeous floral design in pink and gold floral at her wedding.
The girl looks breezy as she twirls in a cool mint lehenga with sterling embroidery from Anita Dongre’s Gul Mauhar collection amidst wild summer blooms.
She resembles Elsa from ‘Frozen,’ as she twirls in a lehenga swirling in fine crystal work, paired with a stretch tulle blouse.
Gold is always a stunner at every event! This bride poses in this wonderful creation with intricate geometric work designs.
If you’re planning to be a trendy bride, you need to know the current trend about bridal lehenga. And whatever color you choose it should be styled in such a way that it looks minimal yet elegant. Because at the end of the day you don't want to feel tired wearing a bulky heavy lehenga.
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