By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
For every bride, the perfect bridal outfit is one of the most important things for their wedding. Without the ensemble, jewellery and makeup, no woman can feel the proper bride vibes. But to find the right outfit, every bride goes through a lot of struggle. It definitely takes a lot of time and energy. However, whether a bride decides to wear a saree or a lehenga, it's the blouse or the choli that can make or break a look. If a bride pairs her gorgeous outfit with a loose-fitted, not well-designed blouse, it can totally ruin her look.
It is the back design of a blouse that's considered to be the essential part. Even though there are hundreds of trendy and fashionable blouse designs in the market, here is a list of bridal blouse back designs, from unique embroidery to customised latkan embellishments, that can help you pick. So without wasting any time, let's jump straight into decoding the designs so that you can bookmark your favourites!
A blouse with a bow-back design is one of the must-haves for every bride. This design adds an edge to the blouse and gives a princess vibe. It's a perfect pick for mehendi, cocktail or reception party. A high ponytail hairdo or a bun will accentuate the look.
This grandeur blouse design is surely something you must bookmark. The design features the whole bridal doli entry embroidered on the back of the blouse with golden thread and resham. The pearl and jhumkis embellishments gave an elegant look.
Even though it is one of the most common designs, it never goes out of trend. The backless style gives a unique look to the back of every woman and adds an edge to the outfit. A side-swept hairstyle or a bun hairdo will look good on the bride.
Blouse designs related to wedding customisations are pretty common. However, this blouse design features a bride and a groom motif embroidery on the sheer material with golden thread.
A backless blouse with tassel detailing or jhumki embellishments at the hemline adds charm to the look. It should definitely be one of your picks for one of your wedding ceremonies. A bride can even twin with her bridesmaids at her mehendi or cocktail party by wearing the same patterned blouses.
What goes best with floral patterned outfits? It's the beads and the pearls. If you are looking to pair your floral lehenga or saree with a blouse, then this pearl-adorned piece will be a perfect choice, along with a floral hairdo or some added hair accessories will accentuate the look.
Want to give your wedding or reception look a quirky touch? Then this backless blouse with a criss-cross design detailing will be perfect. This kind of blouse design adds elegance and gives a fun look to your ordinary getup. A topknot hairdo will be perfect for it.
Another blouse back design is the sunset cut pattern. It mostly looks good with Kanjeevaram sarees. Many South Indian brides opt for this kind of blouse design for their wedding. The cut-out features golden thread embroidery that gives an ethereal look to the bride.
Another hassle-free blouse design is the sleeveless blouse with a scalloped deep square back design. It's a perfect pick for your mehendi or haldi, or sangeet look. It makes you look trendy and also adds a stylish touch to it.
Another common blouse back design is a beautiful brooch detailing. It's a must-have for every bride. The brides can recreate looks with this blouse apart from their wedding day for future purposes.
One of the most beautiful and elegant-looking blouses is the one that has a buttoned-up or chained-back design. The back gets covered with fabric adorned with intricate embroidery. It's a perfect pick for brides who want to look like a royal princess.
Mirror works are very in-trend for all the brides out there. So a blouse that can complement that outfit must have mirror-work embellishments, and it looks gorgeous on brides.
The blouses featuring tasselled dori design help accentuate the bridal lehenga look. It's a must-have piece for every bride. A bun adorned with gajra might give an edge to the whole look.
A unique and trendy back design of a blouse is with attached straps. Beautiful mesh-patterned straps, along with cute fabric detailing, give a freshness to the look. It will be a perfect pick for any bride for their day events.
Want to go all-boho? This bride had opted for a multi-string designer blouse with customisation that featured bird figures, dream catchers, matkas and a few other cute little objects made with resham. This multi-string blouse design will be a perfect fit for a boho look for your sangeet or mehendi ceremony.
A key-hole cut-out back design blouse looks beautiful with lehengas or even sarees. It is simple and yet leaves an ethereal look. A bride can pair up this blouse with subtle jewellery and a boho bun with hair accessories for a sangeet or a cocktail party.
Oomph your look by draping a beautiful saree along with a blouse that features pom pom detailing at the back. This adds charm to the whole look and gives the bride a boho-chic vibe.
We have seen many customised wedding trousseau, including jewellery, outfit, dupatta and others. This blouse back design is not seen too much, but brides sometimes opt for a customised tassel for the blouse where they put their names adorned on the padded cushion latkans. Isn't it super trendy?
Blouse designs with cut-outs are very common. But the bejewelled detailing makes it unique. This bride had opted for heavily embellished choli to pair with her lehenga. However, the blouse had a sleek bejewelled detailing across the shoulders, adding an edge to the whole look.
Nowadays, fashion designers are also coming up with different blouse designs to give modern brides a trendy look. However, the age-old deep V-line never goes out of the fashion world. This bride had chosen a red ensemble and had paired her look with a matching blouse that had a deep V-line with a tassel detailing and was adorned with beads along with the hemline.
A fancy teardrop cut-out, detailed-designed blouse definitely deserves to be inside a bride's wardrobe. This South Indian bride had looked gorgeous wearing this overly embroidered with golden thread, beads and embellished blouse.
The double-dori tie-up back design never went out of style. The brides wearing these semi-backless with dual-dori detailing blouses look sultry. It goes perfectly with a saree and lehenga.
Heavily embellished blouse designs are very common among South Indian brides. They love to wear heavily embroidered designer blouses with Kanjeevaram or silk sarees. From temple motifs to different embroidery patterns with beads, golden thread, zari and sequins, these blouses surely make a difference in looks.
In this list, we have mentioned two wedding-related customised blouses. This is another one that featured baarat cutwork on the backside of the blouse, glorifying the back of the bride. The blouse was embroidered with golden thread, pearl and mesh embellishments and sheer detailing.
A simple inverted V-blouse back design looks elegant and classy at the same time. It can be paired with a lehenga or a saree and will look equally beautiful. It will be a perfect pick for the cocktail or sangeet party.
So, these are the 25 blouse back designs that can give your different wedding event looks a spin-off. These are trendy and unique but also classy and elegant. Which one would you pick for your wedding day? Let us know!