No more yellow outfits on your 'haldi' ceremony. Here are a few brides who have ditched yellow for other vibrant colours. Check out!
By Ankita Mukherjee
Bride and designer, Tisha Saksena had chosen a multi-coloured 'bandhni' printed lehenga 'choli'. She had completed her look with a floral tiara, a 'maang teeka' and big danglers.
Bride, Sakshi Nandam had opted for a beautiful white saree embroidered with golden 'zari' for her 'haldi' ceremony. She had paired it with floral earrings and a 'maang teeka'.
There are brides who cannot think of their 'haldi' without a touch of yellow colour. Arshia Jain had worn a yellow skirt with a white shirt-styled top and had paired it with a 'passa' and earrings.
Smiti had opted for a bottle green coloured asymmetrical hemmed lehenga, had paired it with a beige-coloured 'dupatta'. She had kept her look simple and had accessorised with a floral 'maang teeka'.
Bride and makeup artist, Rekha had chosen a Chevron lehenga embroidered with multi-coloured 'resham' on her 'haldi'. She had completed her look with floral jewellery.
Every girl wants to have a fairy-tale wedding and this bride had looked like a princess herself in an ice-blue coloured embroidered lehenga. She had kept her look subtle with floral jewellery.
Saree at 'haldi'? Absolutely yes! This bride had worn a bright orange shade saree with a sleeveless blouse and had paired it with unique seashell jewellery instead of floral tinklets!
Blogger bride, Juhi Godambe had worn a white based floral printed lehenga at her 'haldi' ceremony. She had looked beautiful in the attire and had completed it with floral earrings and a 'maang teeka'.
The bride had worn a lime green coloured simple lehenga and had paired it with a beautiful choker set. She had colour-coordinated her couture with her would-be husband!
Bride, Tanvi had opted for a beautiful pink coloured ruflle lehenga and had kept her look absolutely minimal. She had completed her look with subtle makeup and had kept her hair open.
A little bit of colours can always help you win the fashion game. This bride had worn a multi-coloured geometric-motif printed lehenga 'choli' and had paired it with a set of earrings.
This bride had worn a pink 'kurta' with beige coloured lehenga printed with honeycomb motifs and had paired it with a sheer 'dupatta'. She had completed her look with floral jewellery.
Bride, Avanae had opted for a purple coloured 'bandhni' saree for her 'haldi' ceremony. She had kept her look minimal with winged liner and pink lips.