By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
On the one hand, a wedding brings laughter and joy, but on the other, it gives a mixed emotion of loss and nervousness of starting a new life. The pre-wedding preparations are enough to give butterflies in the stomach of a would-be bride, and as she is the centre of attraction, she has to look the best of the best at her wedding.
A bride has to choose a perfect couture for her wedding ceremony. However, nowadays, many brides are opting for experimental colours, designs, and patterns for their wedding dress, but the 'red' colour can never go out of fashion! A traditional red lehenga with intricate designs marks the auspicious beginning of a new life. Manish Malhotra is known for his gorgeous designer lehengas and wedding couture, and intricate patterns. Here are eight brides, who had looked absolutely breathtaking in Manish Malhotra's red lehengas on their big day.
Bride, Jasmine Adlakha, had opted for a heavily embroidered red lehenga for her wedding function. Her lehenga had very intricately embroidered patterns with zari and resham, and the bride had paired her outfit with two dupattas. Her dupatta had golden tassels attached at the hemline, and the border had rose embroidery motifs. She had completed her look with a kundan jewellery set and had paired it with choodas and pearls embedded golden traditional kaleeras. For her makeup, the bride had opted for brown eyes and nude lips.
Bride, Drvanni Dutta had chosen for a tomato red coloured lehenga outlined with silver stones and sequins in criss-cross patterns and floral designs. She had paired it up with a coordinated choli embroidered with small flowers and a dupatta with a golden border.
She had completed her look with heavy pearl and kundan jewellery set with a nath and matha patti. For makeup, she had donned smokey eyes, nude lips, and bindi. She had channelised her inner royalness with a long sheer dupatta.
Priyanka Madhogaria had looked beautiful in a red lehenga embroidered with silver resham, stone, and zari in unique rose and leafy floral patterns, and she had paired her look with a diamond choker set with a sleek mang teeka. The bride had opted for a subtle look with a heavy lehenga and that is how she had balanced her look with her jewellery pieces. For makeup, she had gone with winged liner, red lips, blushed cheeks, and red bindi. Don't forget to look out for her million-dollar smile. Her dual veil look was a show-stealer.
The bride, Ridhima Talwar, had looked gorgeous in a jaw-dropping reddish maroon coloured lehenga choli made with velvet fabric. The lehenga skirt had heavy embroidery work with golden zari and resham. To balance the intricate design, Manish Malhotra and his team had come up with a plain velvet choli with subtle embroidery work on the hand. The bride had opted for a polki jewellery set with green and white stones and choodas. She had completed her look with a bun decorated with red roses, golden shimmery eyes, and brown nude lips.
Want to look like a royal princess and dazzle at your wedding like no one has ever seen before? Then, look at this bride, Priya N Dandona, who had chosen a red coloured lehenga choli designed in a heavily embellished look with sequins and patterns with silver and golden threads and stones. The bride had worn a kundan choker and three-tier-polki neckpiece with big danglers, nath and maang teeka. She had opted for smokey eyes and red lips. Her dupatta had a beautiful embroidered borderline.
Komal Kavalani, a bride who had chosen the ace fashion designer, Manish Malhotra for creating her dream wedding dress, had looked very pretty in a bold red coloured doli motif embroidered lehenga choli. She had paired it with a matching blouse, a scalloped dupatta and a stone-embellished veil. She had kept her jewellery subtle. For her makeup, she had opted for winged liner and red lipstick.
Another Manish Malhotra bride, Sonali Fabiani had looked gorgeous in her red wedding couture. It had a mermaid lehenga skirt heavily embroidered with silver thread, stones, and sequins. But the highlight of her lehenga was the adorned bride and groom's names.
She had paired the lehenga with the same coordinated embroidered blouse and a dupatta. She had completed her look with a sheer dupatta embroidered at the hemline. The bride had completed her look with a pearl and diamond jewellery set and she had kept her makeup subtle.
Sheena had donned a beautiful piece designed by Manish Malhotra. She swirled around at her wedding events wearing a red coloured lehenga choli embroidered with silver floral and leaf designs both on the lehenga and choli, crafted in an intricate pattern. She had given a bit of colour to her look with a kundan jewellery set and golden kaleeras. She had kept her makeup minimal.
Which one of the red lehengas did you love the most? Let us know.