Let's take a glance at some of the beautiful floral lehengas designed by Sabyasachi to take inspiration from.
By Monisha G Kumar
The 'Dil Guldasta Lehenga' is a stunning blend of a bride's favorite colors, red and pink. The brides absolutely adored this floral lehenga and many were spotted wearing it.
Inspired by the scents of rose, sandalwood, and amber, Sabyasachi designed the collection around muted pastels and ornate flower patterns. An elegant winter wedding calls for this lehenga.
This lehenga is made of raw silk embroidered with zari and tulle dupatta. The silk lehenga with pink floral design accessorized with the right jewellery is eye-catching.
This floral printed velvet lehenga can be a good choice for the brides for winters and day weddings. The heavily designed borders of the lehenga and dupatta gives the bride a royal look.
This lehenga in a teal green colour is a wonderful option for brides to wear for their 'mehendi' ceremonies. Different coloured dupattas can be worn with the lehenga to complement the appearance.
The lehenga designed with two dupattas is the most basic yet a beautiful outfit. You may make the most of the bride's natural beauty by pairing this floral lehenga with some elaborate jewellery.
This Sabyasachi bride donned a baby pink floral lehenga adorned with hand-embroidered 'phulkari' design by a silk-floss thread, paired with heritage 'zardosi' borders.
This Sabyasachi bride donned a floral-printed lehenga on her wedding. Her lehenga featured gota-patti work on the waistline and the hemline.
This multi-colored lehenga is uniquely designed, combining different forms of art work, making it an authentic piece. The combination of floral designs with detailed mirror works makes it unique.
The ivory lehenga is paired with floral designed chiffon dupatta to make the look less monotonous. Draping a contrasting dupatta with a monotone lehenga can make the bride standout from the crowd.
The lehenga, choli and dupatta are so heavily designed which can complete the look with minimalistic jewels .The colour combination here seems to be great and can be a great choice for the brides.
This lehenga is a fine piece of art embroidered with zari and designed with pink florals making it a great colour combination. For the brides who want to ditch the red colour, this lehenga is perfect.
The color white is the new trend for the brides to give them a simple look. This lehenga, featuring intricate floral and faunal handwork, is perfect for a summer wedding.
This lehenga can be a great pick for the brides who choose to opt for the conventional red color but also get a different look. This can be a blend between authenticity and simplicity.
For the brides who love florals and pastel shades, they can take a cue from this bride. On the white, the brand new fresh flowers are creating the hype here.
This green lehenga with pink flowers and heavy borders embroidered with gold coin lace gives an elegant look for the 'mehendi' functions. One can take inspiration from this bride and go green.
Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah's wife, Sanjana opted for a blush pink floral lehenga for her dreamy beach side wedding. The lehenga had silk floss embroidery which was hand stitched.
The pleated red floral printed lehenga with a beautifully designed deep-cut neckline is an ideal choice for a pre-wedding function. It can be worn with a longline neckpiece.
Singer Neha Kakkar dolled up in Sabyasachi's classically designed pale pink lehenga. The zardozi and meenakari embroidery aced the lehenga's design.
For the brides who love black, take inspiration from this bride and go with a lehenga which has your favorite color on it and enhances your personality.