We love the traditional gajra that women use to do up their hair and their homes (mogra smells so amazing!). But when it comes to weddings, our brides are ditching the gajra for newer and more exotic flowers. And in ways more than one! Check out these 6 gorgeous brides who wore the prettiest flowers on their wedding day.
1. Bipasha’s pretty floral look
Dressed in a floral lehenga, the actress accessorized her mehendi look with flowers too! She wore a delicate tiara of baby pink flowers along with a matching haathphool. Her armlet too was perfectly coordinated with her floral jewellery! She looks lovely, doesn’t she?
Just how gorgeous does this bride look?! She chose red roses, the flower that symbolizes love, for her wedding day. The roses are beautifully set around her juda and we sure can’t stop staring at just how pretty they look. The deep red lipstick and the red roses make a stunning impact against her beige blouse.
First, we love those bright orange flowers. This bride chose one striking hand-crafted phool as her maangtika for the mehendi and it sure does stand out. For the braid, the bride alternated between single orange and white flowers. Ditching a string of flowers, she pinned each flower separately and we absolutely love the end result!
The bride’s twisted half up, half down hair was adorned with pretty white flowers. Perfect for your engagement ceremony, don’t you think? We also love those little baby’s breath that add all the charm to this look. Going by how hot white is this season, this look is a must do!
Ok, am in love with this! For a morning function, the bride wore an oversized tiara of baby pink roses. Made entirely of pink roses in various sizes, this headpiece looks as pretty as can be. It’s actually the only accessory you need for your day functions!
A half up-half down hairdo with 3 pink roses and separate white flowers running along the length of the hair. Delicately set, the flowers look wonderful and will look absolutely gorgeous whether you’re wearing an ethnic outfit or something more Western, like a gown.