There are plus points of using unconventional colours in your wedding lehenga: you look different (obviously!), and you get more wearability out of it! So here is a post on different wedding lehenga colours that you can try and bid goodbye to the same ol’ red and maroon ones.
Coral is such a beautiful colour which is suitable for all seasons. It is not clichéd like red and it is not as bold as on orange! It is a perfect colour for your wedding lehenga. With coral, you are not going completely the different route as it is close to the traditional festive palette. So the brides who don’t want to be really bold with their wedding lehenga, coral is quite a safe choice.
For those of you who are raising their brows reading green, just have a look at Dia’s ethereal dress. Green is a great colour to go for if you are having a summer wedding as it is easy on the eyes. You can incorporate it with beige, gold or caramel accents to make it look even more stunning.
Marsala made waves last year and is still going so strong. This colour comes from the family of red which is glamorous as well as tasteful. You can go for various textures and embellishments with this colour and you are bound to look lovely. Marsala can be a great choice for girls getting married in winters.
Fuchsia is a fun, bright and vivacious colour. It comes from the family of pinks. This is a bold colour and quite different from the usual maroons and reds. Fuchsia with gold and silver accents and embellishments look really beautiful.
You may have bat an eyelid on this colour! Yellow is such an understated colour when it comes to weddings. Going all out on yellow may not be a good idea but having parts of it in your lehenga will take it up many notches. It is happy, sunny colour which looks great with gold, pink, red or green.
This is such a calming colour to the eyes and perfect for those summer weddings. It is like a breath of fresh air. You can go for sheer or net lehenga with silver or any other pastel shades to make a statement. You can also go heavy on embellishments as they will never look OTT on this colour.
A bridal lehenga in toasted almond is straight out of a fairytale! If you want to make a statement and want to choose neutral colours in your wedding lehenga then this might be the colour for you. You can go all out on this gorgeous shade or you can incorporate it with other colours.
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