Tips for Indian Brides to Look Their Best on the D-Day

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Wedding is an event in one’s life, which is singular and extremely precious. Indian weddings are popularly acclaimed, all over the world, for immaculate rituals and customs. Each and every occasion has gotten a huge value, from ‘Ganesh Pooja’ to ‘vidai’. Weddings are treated as grand festival in a country like India.

Each girl, in India, aspires to wear the best bridal ensemble on her D-day. She is being cared with great attention and pampered, by everyone in the family. Indian brides wear a sari or a ‘lehenga’ that is heavily embroidered and embellished with semi precious, and at times, with precious stones as well. Red colour is considered as the most auspicious colour amongst most of the Indian communities, as it symbolizes fertility, prosperity, and blissful marital life.

Fabrics that are mostly used in the ensemble construction are silk, crepe, brocade, satin, georgette, and tulle.  A Lehenga is easier to carry as it is more structured than a sari and need not to be pinned up like sari. Talking about hair-do, brides go for either plaited hair with beads or a nice and neat bun. Head is covered with ‘choli’ as a sign of respect to the gods and goddesses that are worshiped, and also for the elders present at the gathering.

Coming to the jewellery, Indian brides are heavily adorned with jewellery, especially gold and “kundan-meena” jewellery, which includes heavy gold sets, nose ring, and studded earrings.

Here, we are showcasing the best of Indian bridal looks with jewellery, ensemble, makeup, and ‘mehendi’ designs.

Jewellery Designs for Brides:

Royal Rajasthani…










Makeup for Indian Brides:

Makeup for Indian Brides

Hair-do for Brides:

Hair-do for Brides

Mehendi Designs:

Mehndi Design for bride

Ensemble Designs:

Ensemble Designs

So, with so much of vibrancy, colours, zestful costumes, and accessories, you are surely going to be the most beautiful bride ever.

All the best!