These days, plus size brides are choosing eye-catchy bridal ensembles and are not shying away from wearing what they really love! Check out!
By Kalash Khurana
The bride had donned a plus size red lehenga with golden 'zari' work all over it. She had completed her look with heavy gold jewellery and two net 'dupattas' with 'gota-patti' work on the hemline.
The bride had donned a 'rani' pink coloured lehenga with intricate embroidery all over it. She had accessorised her look with a choker, matching earrings, and a 'maang-teeka'.
The bride had opted for a pastel pink lehenga with dull gold embroidery all over it. She had completed her look with a minimalistic 'maang teeka' and a beautiful neckpiece.
The bride had donned a maroon coloured, heavily embroidered lehenga at her wedding. She had kept her overall look simple by sporting two elegant neckpieces, a 'matha patti' and a conventional 'nath'.
The bride had opted for a bright red lehenga with heavy gold embroidery on its hemline. She had completed her look with stone-studded jewellery, which had included a 'nath', a neckpiece and 'jhumkas'.
The bride had worn a red lehenga with a beautiful peacock embroidery on it and side tassels attached to the skirt. Her blouse and 'dupatta' had the 'sada saubhagyavati bhav' border stitched to them.
The bride had worn a bright yellow lehenga with matching semi-sleeved blouse, which had intricate golden embroidery work all over them. She had completed her look with stone-encrusted gold jewellery.
The bride had opted for a red-coloured minimalistic lehenga. She had completed her look with heavy gold jewellery which had included a maang teeka, two neckpieces, and a pair of earrings.
The bride had opted for an ivory-coloured lehenga featuring beautiful floral prints. She had accessorised her look with a pearl necklace, 'jhumkas', a 'maang teeka' and 'haath-phool'.
The bride had sported a maroon velvet lehenga with a deep plunging, boat-neckline 'choli'. Her lehenga had featured heavy embellishments and intricate embroidery. She had worn heavy kundan jewellery.