8 colours to experiment for your wedding lehenga instead of red
Our collection – The Eternal Blossom for the year 2019 we tried to instill a contemporary touch while being experimental with colors and keeping the work completely traditional to strike a balance. It involved quite some risk but the response that we got from our brides was truly overwhelming.Let us go through some bridal lehengas from our collection that have won hearts of today’s bride.
Royal Ivory with a dash of purple pink
We take great pride in saying that this has been the most loved lehenga for our last year's brides. Be it in terms of design or it's unconventional combination, it has made its place across hearts and all the social media platforms. The ivory colour adds a royal feel and the combination of purple and pink makes a statement for a dupatta.
Bold and beautiful
We always had a feeling that this combination would work well and it really did. The boldness of bottle green along with the subtle undertone of mint surely makes this lehenga stand out. The intricate and rich work just adds to the beauty of it.
Three’s a party!
This lehenga is not only unique with the combination of white, green and pink but also speaks volume due to the effluent and intricate anchor work. It brings out the true embodiment of the elements of nature, weaved together to make this beautiful piece.
When dark met light
This combination is sure to stand you out of the crowd with it’s bold yet subtle combination of the dark teal paired up with the pastel pink. The work looks stellar and truly enhanced when embroidered on the dark base.
Pastels and Pink
We always knew pastels could work it’s charm but only when we came up with this combination, we truly did witness wonders. The colourful anchor and zardosi work pops out and the pink adds to the beauty of the lehenga.
Pretty in Pink
The all-pink lehenga looks afresh giving a royal feel and a touch of femininity altogether. This hot shade of pink is all you need for your big day as it is sure to catch everyone’s eyes with the pop that it splatters!
If pinks and reds aren’t your jam, the coral can be your sweet escape. Not very over the top yet not so mellow, this youthful shade can be a perfect catch for a wedding lehenga.
Yellow is the colour of love and we second that! Yellow is quite an unconventional colour when it comes to bridal lehenga but is sure to make you shine.