Bridal trends this season – 2019
The wedding season is around the corner. All the excitement is bubbling up. It is a festival in itself, happy grins and joyous moments filled with love. However, among all this, the spotlight is mainly on the bride. Well, obviously she has been dreaming about this moment for her whole life! The invites are getting minimal and the weddings are getting enormous. Gone were the days where brides wore the authentic red bridal dress, now the brides are exploring many new trends in the market. Don’t fret! We’ve got all the bridal attire trends listed for you!
The majority of brides have ditched the original red lehenga and have gone for other bold colors like emerald, royal blue, burgundy & many more co-ordinating with their wedding themes. This new trend is totally adaptive and enthralling! It demands attention and expresses grace with style.
An achromatic color, grey is not considered as a festive color but many beautiful brides are rocking this color with a flare! Grey is exceptionally very elegant and it normally goes with all the themes. Wearing grey instead of the regular red may be a huge choice but let us tell you, it’s totally worth it!
Swirls of Floral
After Deepika Padukone wore a beautiful Sabyasachi for her post-wedding celebrations, florals have taken a splash in the industry! Florals are anyway a vital part of a wedding, then why not add the stunning artwork in lehenga too? Floral lehenga gives you a breathtaking look! The groom’s family can also match your look by wearing a floral ‘saafa’ (turban) for the wedding!
Shades of Pink
A girl can never get enough of pink in life! Why not include the same in your wedding dress too? Pink is a fresh color that gives an extremely flawless look. It reflects the natural blush and goes with almost all the skin tones! Go a little pinker this season!
Flames of Gold
This season gold is not limited to the only embroidery; a whole golden-colored bridal wear can steal everybody’s attention! It is preferred by most of the brides because it drips elegance and class. You can even match your groom’s sherwani as well!