Mehendi functions are all about being surrounded by your best friends, posing for endless selfies and dancing without a care in the world. It’s also obviously about dressing yourself in a pretty outfit that’s fun and quirky, and one with lots of colour! So, if you’re a bride-to-be who is still in the phase of finding that perfect one, here’s some ahh-mazing inspiration. And it’s straight from our real bride files! Check out these 7 brides whose mehendi outfits demand more than just a second glance. :)
Just like in all her other outfits, designer Kresha Bajaj left us awestruck in the lehenga she wore for her mehendi. A combination of mint and lilac, the self-designed lehenga is chic, stylish and easy to move around in. We love the off shoulders with the bird motifs, and her fresh and clean style.
Want to keep it bright and nice and zero fuss? Opt for an A-line kurti dress just like Niti. We love the cheery yellow, and the delicate thread and mirror work on the top. A pair of statement earrings, and the bride is ready for a great time ahead with the girlies!
Bride Shruti chose a pretty floral lehenga for the special occasion and paired with a neatly tucked in orange dupatta and an oversized maangtika. For a morning mehendi function,the bride sure looks picture perfect.
Dressed in a red and pink pant sareeby Anamika Khanna, bride Payal looks like a million bucks. We love the concept and we love how truly stylish the bride looks. And all this without compromising on comfort!
We love Surbhi’s pretty peach lehengaand the tons of floral jewellery to go with it. The light net lehengaand the soft colour is a great pick for the day mehendifunction. And ooh, we do love that floral kamarbandh too!
If you’re comfortable in sarees, then there is just no reason for not wearing one for the mehendi!Bride Madhuri wore a charming pink ombre saree with minimal work and a blouse with pretty latkans. And we absolutely love her look!
Dress yourself up in a lovely brocade lehenga for the special day. We love bride Sanam’s lehenga,which is full of colour and intricate work. She’s skipped the dupatta so she can move around freely, and accessorized it with just a pair of pretty earrings.
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