Top 10 bridal lehenga colours for modern brides

Have you ever spotted any bride wearing unusual colours instead of the conventional red and pink colours? Nowadays brides are seen to be very experimental as well as adventurous when it comes to trying out various colours for their big day. You can see a bride looking bold and breath-taking in an attractive orange lehenga. As a bride, you should always flaunt a unique style by wearing a wedding lehenga of such a colour that will complement your personality. Mentioned below are some of the trending colours of 2019 wedding season.  

1. Lilac or Ultraviolet

Ultraviolet

Lilac or ultraviolet is the trending colour of this year. It has also reserved a spot in this season’s bridal trousseau. It is a breakaway colour from the conservative tones of red. It will create a much global look by radiating quiet grace. It will look traditional but also modish. Since the main focus is no more on embroidery but on minute detailing, so you can accessorize your wedding attire with gold as well as pearl jewellery. You can make a statement by pairing it up with pastel shaded blouse along with a pink, green or yellow coloured dupatta.  

2. Salmon Rose

Salmon Rose

Salmon rose has a touch of peach, nude as well as light pink. Most of the women are in love with this colour. A salmon rose coloured bridal lehenga in fine fabrics such as georgette, soft net and tulle will look ravishing during this wedding season. You can select a salmon rose lehenga with self-embroidery in gold or silver, sequin work or gotta Patti. You can accessorize it with either pearl or Kundan jewellery.  

3. Champagne Gold

gold

Lehengas in gold colour are soothing. So wear a bridal lehenga in muted champagne gold and glow more than the jewellery that you will wear. It is a versatile colour that every brides are wearing either teamed up with darker shades or adorned with glitters. When you will wear a champagne gold lehenga avoid accessorizing it with heavy gold jewellery and instead go for pearl jewellery, mogra, and kundan. To add a sophisticated touch, take a dupatta in pink or orange colour along with emerald and ruby jewelleries.  

4. Ivory

Ivory

If you have a fantasy of white lehengas, then fulfill it by wearing one on your wedding day. Ivory is very much in trend. Since it is setting goals of bridal attire, brides are seen to select ivory over red. Subtle ivory shades are present in our tradition as brides of Kerala wear off-white outfits. But the stereotype can be broken by wearing a hand embroidered Ivory as well as gold lehenga for a Mehendi ceremony. A bride will look gorgeous by accessorizing it well with a pink, green or yellow dupatta and fresh flower in her hair and also using minimal make-up.  

5. Grey  

Grey

A bride can get hold of unconventional colours which were never a part of the general wedding closet. Grey colour will add an additional attractiveness to your complete look and make you look appealing. So ditch last wedding season’s bold black colour and rather select a shade. The opal grey, a vintage colour along with moon grey looks best during the wedding ceremonies that are celebrated during the day. A bride can wear a smoked pearl as well as frost grey wedding lehenga during the night of the main event. You can team up a completely grey coloured lehenga with a bright dupatta in red, green and pink. You can have the border of the lehenga decorated with some colour if you do not wish to wear a fully grey wedding lehenga.  

6. Orange 

Orange

Bridesmaids wearing orange lehengas or a bride wearing orange attire at her pre-wedding event are not very uncommon. But some brides are also seen to wear orange coloured lehengas on their wedding. It is one such colour that will look great on brides with fair as well as dusky skin tones during this wedding season. This earthy, as well as deep tone colour, will properly blend with the skin tone of the Indian brides and create an instant shine. It will also add warmth to your wedding attire. You can wear it with a blouse or dupatta in mint, red, peach, pink, gold or red. You can also go for monotone and look captivating.   

7. Metallic Green 

Metallic Green

Green has been the preferred colour among brides of Maharashtra. It reflects new life, fertility as well as creativity. Metallic green is one of the most famous colours among brides of this wedding season. So the choice as shifted from red to green and this trend is creating a buzz in the town. A metallic green lehenga looks great with thread work, shimmer, sequin work and even gotta Patti. This green will look beautiful on a bride when worn with a pair of diamond jewellery or conventional polki set.  

8. Aqua blue

Aqua blue

It is one of the ruling colours among the brides during this wedding season. You can wear aqua blue lehengas or contrast them with either gold, pink or various shades of blue. It will look astonishing. To show off a fashionable look, you can either opt for a ruby jewellery or diamond set. A piece of temple jewellery will add a classic look.  

9. Light yellow

light yellow lehanga

It comes with an individual feel along with elegance. A bride will be able to sport a pretty, soft and feminine look by wearing a pale yellow coloured lehenga. It is mostly preferred during the day wedding. You can also wear it with a contrasting blouse in gold, green, maroon, red, orange or pink. Thus the latest age radical brides can create a lavish look by this sober colour in chanderi, chiffon or organza fabric. You can wear a gold temple or polki or jewellery to enhance your look.  

10. Pastel

pastel

Delicate pastel is one such colour that has been picked up by brides you wish to venture beyond the traditional crimson red. Bridal pastel lehengas with exclusive colour combinations will be staying in trend during this wedding season. Soft shades will bring balance to the entire look of a bride.  You can team up your bridal lehenga with a bright dupatta and heavy jewelry.   

So these ten colours on a bridal lehenga will make the brides dazzle like a goddess on the wedding day. You can buy these lehenga dresses from Mirraw which is a popular online shopping portal.