For the millennial brides it’s all about the perfect palette of colours for their lehenga. The idea of deciding which lehenga to hear all depends on playing around with a range of contrasting or complementing hues in your lehenga blouse, skirt and dupatta. Although traditional red is the quintessential part of marriages in India, today is all about that extra shade for your wedding ensemble. Here we have showcased shades real brides had chosen for their wedding day that you should not miss out on the bridal lehenga colours like pastels, western colours and mixed light nudes that have been trending.
There are some perfect combos, like red and green, pink and golden, lime and peach or even ombre and multicoloured lehengas, with all grace and beauty.
The pretty pinks
Cream and beige is one such colour that goes with everything, flower embroidery and sheer dupatta is a perfect combination for this colour. This summery shade combines the celestial blue, baby pink, or beige
Turkish rose is yet another great pink shade for your wedding lehenga when combined with gold embellishments
Pastel pink is the trendiest colour of the season but generally with embroidered or zardozi work. This silver sparkle one is one of a kind and will earn you lots of compliments.
Gradient pink is for those who can’t get enough of pink in different shades so why not have it all.
Calm white and greys
White and grey might not be a easy or approachable colour but it sure is a statement colour which gives enough room for colour combination like this perfect combination with maroon dhupatta and gold jewellery
While white lehengas are not opted as much, it’s rare that it will be combined with a pop of colour , this bride stands proof that it’s not a bad idea at all.
Ivory lehenga will go well with dusty pink. This will allow the ivory color to come out more beautifully and you must try this for your wedding.
Ivory and red wedding lehenga combinations are some of the best color combinations for your wedding.and its floral jaal design makes it look unique. Even a blouse has jaal embroidery and a red net dupatta has butti work.
Red and magenta
Peach and maroon-colored lehenga will look soothing to the eyes. And brides will achieve a calming image in photography. So, add this combination to your list to include in your wedding attire.
We can never get tired of rooting for classic, red lehengas. But to give it a breath of fresh air with colour combinations like this is the way forward.