Indian bridal wear goes floral

From tasteful, elegant outfits to bold and vibrant ensembles, Indian bridal wear styles are as diverse and unlimited as our imaginations. It’s a floral onslaught that’s whipped up in a big way over the last few years,seeping into Indian bridal wear for men and women alike.
Thisultra-feminine and positively girlish theme has quite deservedly earned favour for its elegant girlish charm. And we would say offers an element of versatility, especially in the more contemporary floral styles that are gracing the runways today. This means the ability for you to re-use your bridal outfits, and take them out to wearbeyond the wedding festivities, to the next big do.
Now we have bridal ensembles ranging from the dainty and delicate to the grandiose and heavily embellished,to even richer and more extravagant bridal looks catering to brides through all the seasons throughout the year. Let’s take a look.
Matching floral bride-groom attire – making for great wedding photos

If you’re having a day-time or outdoor wedding, a floral bridal garment of lighter pastel colours like pinks, beiges, creams, mauve and watermelon pink will work wonders. Sabyasachi Mukherji’s bridal collections are famous for floral prints and use of pastel shades.

Going floral still gives you the option of going grand.

For an evening or indoor wedding ceremony you can always rely upon heavier bridal lehenga being choices, when it comes to embelishments and embroidery as wel,l as opt for the richer more traditional bridal colours like deep reds, pinks or even blue.

The cinderella effect

For fanciful feminine and contemporary silhouettes for wedding events like receptions and cocktail nights a gown is always a great option to go for. This will allow you to keep that indian touch with the embroidery or embelishments and the colour palette, but allow for a more functional modern look to suit the event.

Cocktail lehenga love

If you’re still wanting to opt for a more indian sillhouette instead, but with a modern twist when it comes to embelishments there’s an abundance of looks on offer with cocktail lehengas and the choice of endless colours and styles to choose from. Whether it’s a fuller-puffed skirt, or a-line cut, or the addition of a waist belt accessory, the ideas are endless!

For the cool &confident man

We’d say a man who is comfortable with himself will easily wear and pull-off a floral inspired sherwani onhis big day. And as you can see the Indian runways are readily catering for them too.

You can have your dream wedding outfit.

The options are endless when it comes to what you can create with flowers. It may be because of the beautiful, positive symbolism they hold that makes attire inspired by flora so appealing, either way it’s definitely a winner.

At Silk & Sparkle we can create a custom-made designed Garment especially for you or visit our store in Thornleigh at Shop 4/295-299, Pennant Hills Road, Thornleigh to shop our latest collection. Parking under the Building. Entry via 3 Thornleigh Street.

Or book an appointment with us today on 02 9484 2098, 0421 079 017.


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