Be it the venue, decor, the couture or cuisine, the couples want every aspect of their wedding to be unique. But the new-age couples are way ahead, applying a little more thought and setting a new trend. That is to have their personal style and outfit choice to be synchronised with their partner’s.
They are opting for slight or complete colour-coordination to make a stylish traditional appearance on their D-day. Many of our Indian celebs too have colour-matched their wedding coutures, kept their fashion quotient high as a couple and stood united. Let’s have a look.
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We just loved the Marsala statement Yuvraj and Hazel made on their big fat Sikh wedding. The similar colour that couple opted for their wedding proved to be a mood-setter and looked like royalty. Twinning with her husband-to-be in a rich hue, Hazel Keech was looking like a true diva. The dapper Yuvraj too spruced it all up in the stunning maroonish sherwani and Sikh turban.
Red bridal wear is surely timeless but when the groom is zeroing it in, it surely makes some news. The fashionable couple Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra experimented with red and went all out with the matching. We have loved the bride’s age-old red coloured saree which was looking stunning with heavy embroidery. The better half, Mr. Kundra went in sync with her and preferred the equally heavy sherwani and safa.
Going matchy-matchy for their special moments, Asin and Rahul gave their wedding attire combo a new twist. They opted for beige as the prime colour for their attires and stole the show. By coordinating the outfit theme that too in a non-traditional colour, they created a one-of-a-kind look. Asin was looking divine in a Sabyasachi beige lehenga and Rahul Sharma was exuding princely charm in the golden achkan. Safa that was exactly matched with the bride’s outfit was making a mark.
Sargun and Ravi Dubey of Indian television were another cool jodi who made their Punjabi wedding an affair to remember. They embraced the colour-matching trend and looked ‘straight out of a fairytale’ couple. In a golden and maroon lehenga, Sargun looked radiant and dreamlike, and the groom, Ravi made it more impactful by opting for the sophisticated and extremely versatile shade. He kept his safa maroon while the sherwani was golden.
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Much-in-love star couple Soha and Kunal too reflected a similar taste on their big day. They looked picture-perfect and was giving us fashion goals by pulling off a tricky challenge of matching the outfits. They both twinned each other in an earthy and traditional tone.
Kunal in golden bandhgala with an orange-coloured silk turban was having a matchy moment with adorable Soha in golden lehenga with a rust coloured dupatta. By dressing in the same colour family, the love birds flattered each other. The couple is expecting their first baby together.
It was an extravagant Punjabi wedding where Vivek and Priyanka flaunted their red affair and very much looked like a dashing couple. When the groom matched his outfit with the bride and went all red for the wedding, it made a statement about style as well the relationship. For the reception too, Vivek chose a colour identical to Priyanka’s. Royal blue bandhgala in velvet, matching with Priyanka's blue lehenga was a great way to connect with the love of his life. Isn’t it?
We still haven’t forgotten the quirky and cheery bride Gul Panag in her blush pink lehenga, the goggles and her hatke style. However, we have missed on the groom who successfully coordinated his dress code with the edgy bride. Hubby, Captain Rishi Attari had kept Gul in the loop for his colour choice and picked a pink sehra. See, it was as easy as that. One common colour incorporated into a single element and the couple looks like a ‘match made in heaven’.
Being same-to-same with your partner could be such a unique way to represent your love and bond at your wedding ceremonies. We are sure many of you would love to hop on the matching bandwagon and add that extra spice and fun to your special moments.