We women are *dreamers* by nature. Ever since we were little girls, we (well, most of us) have dreamt of walking down the aisle towards our Prince Charming, with Din Shagna Da sweetly playing in the background and our friends and family looking at us with love in their eyes. That moment when you slowly walk towards your new life has to be monumental. So, to make your bridal entry all the more stunning, we have for you some gorgeous phoolon ki chaadar ideas we spotted at real weddings on Instagram. Check them out for that much needed inspo, it is sure going to be all worth it.
1. That dainty looking bride, her splitting smile and that gorgeous mesh of tuberoses and roses makes for one helluva of a cute picture! Just right for the bride who doesn’t like to go OTT with anything in her life!
2. Who said that a phoolon ki chaadar needs to have flowers only? This radiant bride in her quirky outfit, opted for a pretty red dupatta decorated with kaleeras, cutesy hangings and tiny lamps to make a dhinchak bridal entry and we’re in love!
3. We just can’t get over the gorgeousness in this extravagantly bright and colourful mesh of flowers perfectly coordinating with the bride’s outfit. Peach rose and jasmine garlands stunningly decorate the frame, giving a soft glow to the bride’s face too.
4. Another one with gorgeous kaleeras. Neither us, nor the brides these days can seem to get enough of these cutesy trinkets...
5. Perfect for the minimal bride (just like this one), this frame decorated with tiny flowers and bouquets of pastel coloured florals on the corners is legit goals!
6. Who can get enough of tuberoses?! This pretty bride walked towards her hubby-to-be under this beautiful pattern of tuberoses and pink roses. The frame decorated with gota was just an added bonus!
7. Give the traditional ‘chaadar’ pattern a miss and do what this bride did. She walked under a floral umbrella with her sisters and friends and we couldn’t help but go ‘awww’.
8. Why limit colour coordination to just your jewellery and footwear on your big day? This bride coordinated her phoolon ki chaadar with her outfit and the only thing we can say is - #goals!
9. If opting for a decorated floral umbrella instead of a chaadar, then why stop at one? Do what this bride did and go for a bunch of ‘em.
10. Want the best of both worlds? Well then combine a pretty dupatta with flowers and some kaleeras on a frame and what you get is this gorgeous thing!
11. Every bride is a diva on her big day. The super cute actress Amrita Puri got married recently, and everything about her wedding is major shaadi goals. Even her super extensively decked up phoolon ki chaadar!
12. Nothing but just a super elegant jaali of mogras and roses intricately woven together to form a stunning canopy for the bride to walk under.