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Coming up with a great wedding lehenga shade is a very stressful part for any bride, especially if she wants to do away with the often-worn red. So, if you want an interesting alternative to the common look, go for the hot and peppy pink. The bright hue is the new colour inspiration that can add an individual touch to your overall look and appeal.
Few of our Indian celebs too have rocked this versatile shade as their wedding trousseau. So, if you love this intense colour, we give you a lowdown on some of the pink wedding attires worn by our celebrity divas in their real lives.
The bright pink attire on her big day revealed the superior taste of Jhansi Ki Rani actress, Kratika Sengar. The heavy dabka work lehenga in pink and red was the genius combination that brought out the queen in her.
The telly queen looked all the more regal and enticing by adding kundan jewellery and matha patti to her appearance. So girls, are you ready with the pink for all that drama and extravagance on your special day?
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Seems, she loves pink but has her heart set on other colours too. So, television actress Hunar Hale decided to use pink as a base for her twin-coloured lehenga. For her Punjabi style wedding with Mayank Gandhi, she went for a pastel pink and green couture with floral embroidery.
Her look was completed with the breathtaking jewellery like maang teeka, nose pin, kalire and chaand bali. Brilliant choice for the bride to walk down the aisle, what say gals?
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Telly diva Divyanka switched from the traditional colours and enhanced her engagement look in the shade of pink. The humble version of the hue was adding the apt style quotient and glamour to Divyanka’s bridal avatar.
The green dupatta and heavy neckpiece were a great deal of appeal too. Apart from making a fashion statement, the vivacious colour can surely be your treat for the scorching summer wedding.
TV queen Drashti Dhami flaunted a scrumptiously beautiful marsala-pink lehenga for her wedding and reception party. The embroidery on the sleeves and lehenga and the sequined border on the dupatta got her noticed as well.
But the colour of the year-marsala made her a stunner like no other. So, would you like to try the evolving colour for your wedding too?
The lighter version of the colour pink has been around but has come into the limelight only when Mira Rajput opted for a pale pink outfit for her big day. The rosy-palette lehenga was low-key but striking.
With matching jewellery like maang teeka and passa; the attire was looking all the more feminine and chic. Thanks for the colour’s classy vibes; the brides-to-be will be turning to this shade more than ever before.
Pakistani actress Sanam Saeed wore an elaborate creation at her Walima ceremony. Decked in heavily-embroidered pastel pink lehenga in net, the bride cut a pretty royal and traditional picture. Go for this for your wedding events and it would make for a showstopper bridal lehenga too. Also, the shade can be your favourite for its flexible nature as it goes with just any skin tone, be it dusky or fair.
Mrs Kaushik Ki Panch Bahuein fame, Deeya Chopra and also the younger sister of Roshni Chopra was the cynosure of all eyes in her sensuous pink ensemble. The pale pink wedding dress was brilliantly styled with golden embroidery and sequins.
The sober colour unleashed the bride’s coy and sophisticated side. Well, besides the soft colour, elegant work and comfortable fabric are the attributes that the fashion conscious ladies can look out for.
Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi fame couple Smriti Khanna and Gautam Gupta fell in love on the show and tied the nuptial knot together on November 23, 2017. Without keeping any doubt, Smriti looked flawless in her light pink embellished lehenga.
She paired her lehenga with heavy jewellery, maang teeka, jhoomar and kamarbandh. And she totally graced the moment when she walked under the phoolon ki chaadar with her pretty pink lehenga.
We cannot miss adding this name on this list because she inspired many with her beautiful wedding look. The Pari actress, Anushka Sharma tied the nuptial knot in a secret Italy wedding with Indian cricketer Virat Kohli on December 11, 2017. The pretty bride Anushka donned a pink-coloured Sabyasachi lehenga with embroidery in English colours. Embellished with peals, beads with gold and silver thread, the outfit made Anushka look flawless in every respect.
Pairing her pretty wedding lehenga with ethnic jewellery made using uncut diamonds and pearls and her minimal make up look made her the most beautiful bride of the year.
December 3, 2017, saw the wedding of the laughter queen, Bharti Singh with her writer boyfriend Haarsh Limbachiya. Donning in her best looks, Bharti was seen wearing pink and blue-coloured wedding outfit, skipping the traditional red-coloured look. Her Swarovski worked dupatta added the glam to her entire bridal look.
What was unique about her pink-lehenga was the traditional bridal figure embroidery which was all around her outfit which depicted the traditional outfit in the apt way!
National Film Award-winning fashion designer, Neeta Lulla’s daughter, Nishka Lulla’s wedding was nothing less than a dreamy affair.She married her longtime boyfriend, Dhruv Mehra and donned a bright pink and peacock blue Radha Rani inspired lehenga. Adding to the uniqueness, the bride Nishka's lehenga had vintage pearl embroidery and large panels with Tanjore painting like work on the border.
Last but not the least, the Porus actress, Suhani Dhanki tied the knot with her longtime beau Prathemesh Modi on December 3 and beating the common, this actress also chose pink over red traditional lehenga. In her heavily embellished pink wedding attire, she looked like a beautiful traditional bride with her broad matha patti making her face glow.
We are sure that the pink colour has lighted up your imagination like never before. Isn’t it? So, don’t give this bubbly shade a miss and save your time latching on the common colours. The stylish outfit in pink will make an impact and get the oomph factor right on your big day.
The beauty of an Indian traditional garment lies in its versatility. Be it a saree or your most precious lehenga, you can drape them in so many different styles to create your personalised fashion statement. For a special occasion, be it your own wedding or your sibling's D-day, here are someRead More