Mint green lehenga with light make-up, soft lips and loose waves creates just that essential timelessness that brides want for their wedding day look.
Monochrome metallic is stunning now, and you’d be a stunning bride in this gold lehenga set – shine bright, ladies.
Be all royal-like with traditional silhouettes, rich fabrics and saturated colors but rememebr comfy footwear – those palaces you host your wedding at were not really built with inches high Louboutin’s in mind!
Opt for a ‘deconstructed’ look pairing an off-shoulder blouse with a lehenga, mixing and matching accessories, get quirky yet gorgeous and still look all pulled together.
All out on Accessories
Funky headgear is in but that’s not the scoop – Prakash mentions a little secret pouch stitched to the bridal outfit to carry essential quick fixes like safety pins, double-sided tape, lipstick, perfume, etc. Curb your enthusiasm now, not all of it together, just what you need!
And for the Grooms
Coordinate the groom’s outfit with the bride’s and not the other way around. One statement piece for accessorizing is plenty. Wearing mojris with sherwanis is a yes!
Meanwhile Wedding Design Company’s Vandana Mohan shared a few quick reminders on planning detsination weddings.
How to choose the destination? Default to personal preference! Next in consideration – close family members and their preferences. And finally, accessibility and infrastructure to bring your dream wedding plans to reality.
Pros of destination weddings – your guest list might reduce a bit for those who cannot travel during your specific dates so lesser members in the party!
Cons of destination weddings – carry all your previous jewelry to your destination wedding or not? Better avoid the stress and opt for costume jewelry. Countries you are traveling to might also have restrictions on the jewelry you bring in.
Now go forth and make your grand plans, beautiful brides, and remember to send us those fun wedding pictures right here!