10 must-have lightweight bridal lehenga designs for a minimalist bride!
Are you a bride who would opt for a comfy lehenga, rather than a larger-than-life one, which barely lets you breathe? Someone who won't opt for over-the-top and conventional lehengas, but rather go for something more subtle, elegant and minimal? Then, here’s me telling you are at the right place!
I am here to bust all the myths revolving around the fact that a beautiful bridal lehenga has to be heavy, jazzy and dark-coloured!! I have recently come across some lightweight bridal lehengas that are stealing the show and you’ve got to check them out.
Scroll down to see some real brides who rocked their wedding in stylish yet simple lehengas that will steal your heart away:
1. Pretty in Pastel hues
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The bride has nailed the minimal look with these gorgeous mint green lehenga with beautiful zari and embroidery paired with dusty pink double dupattas! I also love how she has paired the lehenga with that simple and elegant jewellery!
TIP: A great pick for a daytime wedding!
2. Banke titli dil udaa….
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Totes in love with this bright yellow lehenga skirt with floral embroidery paired with an eye-catching butterfly shaped blouse! I am swooning over this offbeat blouse design.
TIP: An apt outfit for your mehendi function!
3. Off-white delight!
Image Source: Magic Motion Media
How cool is this ivory based lehenga with golden embroidery and muted shades of dusty pink? She has paired it with some stunning stunning dark pink and gold jewellery and the combination has worked out really well!
TIP: Make sure to balance the bridal look with dramatic jewellery if you are donning a lehenga like this, just like this bride.
4. Refreshing and gorgeous
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I am drooling over this colour- so refreshing, so gorgeous and so unconventional!! Love the silver embellishments on the lime green lehenga and the beautiful embroidery on the dupatta.
TIP: You could also pair this lehenga with a contrasting dupatta for a more chic and offbeat look.
5. ‘Fun’tastic Fuschia
Image Source: Mahima Bhatia Photography
Carrying a bold colour like fuschia is no mean feat!
This bride has paired it with contrasting emerald green jewellery and I am awestruck.
TIP: If you are planning to adorn a similar lehenga, you could flaunt a statement rani haar or probably an oversized pair of earrings!
6. Blushing in Blue
Image Source: Cupcake Productions
Brilliant hues and simple makeup- this bride is #bridegoals for the bride who wants to keep it subtle! Totally in love with eggshell blue lehenga with golden embroidery on it!
TIP: Not only for the wedding, you could also flaunt a similar lehenga on your sangeet function.
7. Lilac lehenga
Image Source: Tarun Tahiliani
Although simple, you cannot miss this lehenga!! It is a beautiful lilac shade with a gorgeous ombre veil and there is a subtle yet glamorous vibe that it exudes!
TIP: If you are planning to wear this for your wedding, make sure you pair it with some statement jewellery, in contrasting colours!
8. White and gold lehenga
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White and gold goes together realllllllyy well and this beautiful bride has proven it for everyone! I love the little floral motifs, breaks the monotony in terms of colour and pattern.
TIP: You could pair this lehenga with a heavy dupatta or with a rani haar to add oomph to the outfit!
9. Playful and pretty!
Image Source: FotoWalle
Pink, blue, green and lavender- totally crushing over this lehenga, especially the colour combination, the tassels and the contrasting jewellery!
TIP: Try to keep the jewellery as minimalistic as possible, so that the entire focus in on the lehenga! If you’ve worn it, flaunt it!!
10. Fresh, floral and fantastic!
Image Source: Roma Ganesh Photography
The bride has aced this light blue lehenga with fuschia flower prints, paired with a pink sheer dupatta. Not to miss the floral elements as part of the bride’s hairdo!
TIP: You could adorn this even for a mehendi ceremony or any other daytime function.
Are you impressed with brides who stuck to simple?