Bridal lehenga trains : The ultimate traditional and modern mix


Bridal trains and veils are here to stay for a long time now and brides will not be getting over it anytime soon! Brides are flaunting bridal trains and veils not in Indo western outfits but also with their beautiful lehengas as well. Bridal trains and veils are indeed perhaps the perfect blend of a traditional yet modern outfit making the bride  feel extra princess-like during the big day. Here we have compiled a few looks which can inspire the brides to be out there and perhaps give you an idea if you have planned something in mind 

The celebs quotient

From celebrities like Deepika and Priyanka to real brides, lehengas paired with a long train or veil lehengas have become extremely popular. Originally inspired by western weddings, millennial brides are opting to make an ultra glam statement with their wedding outfits these days.

Deepika Padukone took the trend to the next level by adding a train to her saree and matching dupatta.

Like this beautiful mix of  a veil and a train this unique bridal dupatta is something we haven’t seen before.

this bride’s reception gown demands all the attention in the world! It’s almost like she’s floating on a fairytale cloud.

The perfect combination of tradition meeting trend, we love how this bride  added a purpose to her veil by letting her bridesmaid hold it while she walked down the aisle.

The beauty of the veils & hems extending long enough to be trailing behind while the brides walk down the aisle with her parents on either side is unparalleled.

Bridal train lehengas are unique and add a touch of flare. Though to be honest, they can be cumbersome for weddings where the bride and groom are doing the phere.

Therefore, we also suggest that you have a detachable train made for you, so when you are going to have to move easily, you can remove it and move about easily. As it helps create a more traditional silhouette after the ceremony is over. You can always restyle the veil as a regular dupatta or simply opt for a different dupatta to create a new look.