When the millenial brides want a glittery, shimmery, and blistering outfit for their special days, mirror-work lehengas come to the rescue.
By Kalash Khurana
Our blogger bride-to-be donned a beautiful ivory lehenga with mirror-work paired with a deep-neck blouse for her 'roka' ceremony. She accessorised her look with a choker and matching earrings.
Our Toronto-based bride rocked her 'sangeet' ceremony in a shimmery pink lehenga with mirror work. She accentuated her look with a kundan necklace in gold with matching earrings.
This stunning bride donned a fuschia pink mirror work lehenga with a matching blouse for her wedding. She completed her look with an ivory mirror work 'dupatta'.
For her 'haldi' ceremony, this gorgeous bride opted for a white floral skirt with gota work. She paired her attire with a yellow blouse with mirror work and a matching 'dupatta'.
This bride donned a heavy mirror work ivory lehenga for her wedding. She paired it with a subtle pink blouse with the same mirror work and two 'dupattas' with mirror work on them.
This bride opted for a fuschia pink lehenga with mirror work, for her 'sangeet' ceremony, and paired it with a matching 'choli' and a net 'dupatta'.
This bride opted for a colourful and quirky look for her 'mehendi' function. She donned a mirror work lehenga in orange colour and paired it with a fuschia blouse and mint 'dupatta' with mirror work.
This bride wore a rainbow coloured lehenga 'choli' with mirror work for her 'mehendi' function in London. She opted for floral jewellery and had looked like a dream!
This bride added an oomph factor to her 'mehendi' function with her aqua and fuchsia lehenga with sequin and mirror work. She paired her attire with a choli with heavy mirror work and a net 'dupatta'.
This bride donned a golden lehenga with mirror work and jewels, paired with a beautiful blouse. In addition, she accentuated her look with her hair tied in a perfect floral bun and minimal makeup.