Every girl dreams of her bridal lehenga from a fairly young age. Many of us already know our dream designer - and the kind of outfit we want to get married in - even before we meet our Mr Right! Don’t stress if you don’t have the heart to spend an exorbitant amount on your outfit that you most probably won’t wear again, you’ll definitely find something beautiful in your budget. But in the meantime, a girl can always dream, right? Here are some stunning designer bridal lehengas that should be on every bride’s lust list.
1. Pink Silk Gotta Patti Lehenga by Charu Parasher
We’re loving this pink and gold ensemble that is super stylish thanks to the gorgeous work, as well as young and fresh thanks to the beautiful shade of pink.
2. Peach And Red Floral Thread And Sequins Embroidered Lehenga by Astha Narang
A pretty peach flared skirt appliqued with red flowers and gold sequined embellishments – this lehenga looks super dreamy and stylish. We love the feminine colours and the deep keyhole cut of the blouse at the back. It’s perfect for the trendy bride!
Now this is the ultimate fantasy. What girl wouldn’t want to wear Sabya on her big day? And this stunning ensemble with all that gold work is exactly what dreams are made of! * Sigh *
Price on request. Buy at a Sabyasachi store.
4. Red Bridal Lehenga With Heavy Hand Zardozi Work by Ritu Kumar
A traditional bridal outfit in shades of red and saffron with intricate hand zardozi work in gold thread and gorgeous floral designs. It’s such a regal ensemble - we would bring it alive with jewellery like Aditi’s...
5. Blush Pink And Mint Floral Embroidered Lehenga by Papa Don’t Preach
Such a fun outfit for the bride who wants to change things up! The mint accents in the outfit are a refreshing change from the same old reds. You can drape a second dupatta over your head to complete the cool bridal look.
It was love at first sight with this outfit. The gold zardozi, beads, all-over sequin floral embroidery, the pretty embroidered net dupatta and that flared, velvet skirt – this is the outfit that will make every bride’s heart skip a beat. We’re saving up already!
The man behind the Kareena wala lehenga, the maestro responsible for our favourite Bollywood outfits, our dream designer list HAS to include Manish Malhotra. This lehenga is a like a work of art that you could frame once the wedding is over.
Price on request. Available at a Manish Malhotra store.
8. Ink Blue And Nude Jaal Embroidered Lehenga Set by Neeta Lulla
This one is perfect for the bride who doesn’t want to wear red or pink. This 16-kali raw silk lehenga with gold gotta pati and zardozi by one of the best bridal designers in the country will definitely make the groom swoon.
We think this is a gorgeous pick for the bride who doesn’t want to wear red. It’s demure, classy and the cut and work are simply stunning. If you’re going to be splurging on a designer outfit, this would be a fantastic pick.
Price on request. Available at a Tarun Tahiliani store.
10. Grey And Pink Lehenga Set by Anushree Reddy
We love Anushree for her super feminine colours and prints. This pink statement lehenga with that sexy, sheer-detailed blouse would make any girl feel like a true princess on her special day.
While most brides go big with their ghera, this lehenga gives a sleeker silhouette. It’s perfect for the bride who doesn’t want to go too OTT but still wants to look dreamy. The scalloped hem, the sequinned embroidery and the super detailed blouse with the gathers and the sheer make for a simple yet ultra stylish and beautiful ensemble to take your groom’s breath away.
12. Nude And Ivory Floral Embroidered Lehenga by Astha Narang
We think this colour combination will pair perfectly with dazzling emeralds and rubies in your wedding jewellery set. The embroidered net lehenga and blouse look super feminine, dainty and undeniably pretty. You can really bring the look alive with the right jewellery for a unique bridal style.
13. Pink And Gold Embroidered Bridal Lehenga by Aharin India
Mr Groomie won’t be able to take his eyes off you in this rich pink and gold silk ensemble featuring resham and dori embroidery. We love how the two dupattas in contrasting shades and fabrics of orange net and pink organza really lift up the whole outfit. The all-over embroidered backless choli is the cherry on top.
14. Marsala Lehenga With Zardozi Work by Rimple and Harpreet Narula
Traditional colours of deep red and gold are offset by zardozi work in chevron and paisley patterns for a bridal look that is anything but cliche. It strikes the perfect balance of tradition and modern style and the cut and cap sleeves of the choli make for a dreamy combination.
You just can’t go wrong with choosing Sabya on your big day. Just looking at this dazzling ensemble will make you want to change your mind about wearing pink or red. We love the unique colour combination and work from his Heritage Bride collection. This would make you look straight out of a fairytale! <3