Top Bridal Looks for the Exotic Indian Bride

By: Sruthi Yejju from DilliDarzi

The “big fat Indian wedding” is a phrase that has become synonymous with the mystic that is India. Indian weddings are nothing short of a festival, filled with celebrations and colours. With colourful representations of our culture embedded in them, the wedding outfits reflect the grandeur of the bride, groom and their families. Indian Bride is nothing short of an Indian Princess.

The Magic of Indian Wedding Attire

Traditional Indian wedding dress colors like reds, greens, gold and white have, in recent times, been married with bold, contemporary colors like purples, pinks and blues to make the bride feel more like a princess than ever. The groom cannot be left far behind and has to look every bit a prince in his outfits which are equally colorful and ornate.





Get the Royal Look

This deep wine lehenga adorned with antique gold handwork will make the bride look and feel like a royalty. The midnight blue velvet sherwani with intricate gold motifs complements the majestic look of the bride and elevates the grandeur of the couple.











The Contemporary Bride

Bridal gowns are the hottest trend this season. This marsala gown is pure silk with a minimalist look. Sometimes less is more and this gorgeous gown personifies it quite elegantly. The black bandhgala with golden thread-work paired with Jodhpuri pants is perfect attire for the groom to shine.





To Shine Like a Diamond

White is always a classic option. This ivory raw silk lehenga paired with an intricate yellow blouse and a delicate pink dupatta will leave your wedding guests in awe. The scalloped cutwork adds beautiful detailing to the outfit and makes it a unique choice.



Captivating Peacock Hues

Strut down the aisle in this stunning blue satin lehenga with two toned embroidery in light gold and dark gold. The colorful peacock and floral embroidery kicks it up a notch and is sure to make a statement.

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The Beauty is in the Details

The fabric of Indian wedding wear can be as diverse as the work done on it. There’s raw silk, satin, velvet, chiffon, georgette and many more. There’s embroidery, cut work, stone work, kundan work and several others including antique handiworks. It could be a saree, a lehenga, a gown or a sherwani. The options are abundant, but with DilliDarzi as your personal designer, the end result will always be a masterpiece.