Change is constant when it comes to wedding trends. The conventional brides are turning up stones never turned before, they have been experimenting with their wedding with a high head. Be it their own look, the décor or even a trend particular to her own wedding, brides have reformed the traditional way of getting married. Let’s have look at some of the most sought-after reforms of 2018, that is sure to spread their essence even in 2019.
1.The Story Blouses And Lehenga
Be it a traditional bride or a conventional one, the story of her love remains extremely intimate to her heart. While everyone has ways of spelling and preserving their divine love stories, today’s brides have decided to get it weaved on their lehengas! The most special moments are intricately given a majestic figure with golden threads on these lehengas and blouses. Well, this way, your most special times do not only stay with you mentally, but physically as well!
Well, this trend has been spreading not less than a tornado! With more and more weddings being held during the day, brides, as well as grooms, have resorted to warm pastel shades for their wedding outfits. Pastel shades spell comeliness and make up for an outfit that is gram worthy!
3. Wedding Hashtags
What is the first thing that pops up in your mind when we say #everydayphenomenal? If its not Sonam Kapoor’s wedding, you’re alien to us. With social media becoming an extremely integral part of our lives, wedding hashtags have become a spiced up trend! The hashtags are meant for the Instagrammers to use them whenever they post a picture of the wedding. A single hashtag search will display all the posted pictures of your wedding! We wonder who needs a physical wedding album now?
4.Less Makeup Look
Gone are the days when bridal makeup was synonymous to a cakey overdone look. Brides have started to comprehend what suits their skin the best and are rigorous followers of the same. They opt for make up that is light on the skin and works enough to enhance their beauty.
5. The Fancy Bridal Entries
A bridal entry under the traditional ‘phoolon ki chaadar’ has faced a few reforms this year. Brides have replaced the ‘chaadar’ with either floral umbrellas or grace the aisle on a quirky vehicle.