You know the drama doesn't just end on the D-Day. You've got to ace it at your reception party too! More than the wedding, it's at the reception where you will meet and greet tons of guests and with all eyes on you, you want to put your best foot forward. And since it's slightly more western and glam, you are not restricted to just lehengas. You have a lot more options to choose from. It can be a sizzling saree or a stylised gown with off-shoulders, mermaid cuts, ruffles and what not! We spotted some of the most stunning reception looks on these brides and couldn't help but drool. Take a look:
Pastels, pastels and more of pastels. It's a shade that no bride can get enough of. We love this delicately embroidered pink pastel lehenga with a hint of powder blue and her gorgeous blue smokey eye makeup. Perfect for the girl who wants to strike a balance between traditional and glam.
Gaurav Gupta is a favourite with brides when it comes to their reception outfit. Almost every 2017 bride opted for the ace designer to add all the glitz and glam to her cocktail night look. With all those ruffles, sequins and dramatic sleeves one can't go wrong, now can they?
With a 5-meter trail, this gorgeous gown is the stuff of dreams. Bride Japinder's 17th-century architecture inspired scallop handwork Ballroom gown was designed by designer duo Fadi and Jihan of Dar Sara High Fashion. For all the deets and more pictures, click here.
No matter how much you love the colour black, your mom's not going to let you wear even a hint of it on your wedding day. But, for your reception, black is a great choice. We love this stunning bride weaving magic in her plain black embroidered lehenga.
Reception day is all about exploring what you couldn't on your wedding day. We are currently crushing over this mermaid-cut pastel gown with a trail. A silhouette like this is perfect to flatter the curvy bride and the boat neckline add all the charm to this look.
This bride looks nothing short of a fashion icon on her reception in this stunning bottle green gown. What adds all the drama are those ruffles at the waist... So glam, right?! From the colour to the work, this is one absolutely royal look.
Mira Uttam, the bride who had the most fun-filled wedding in Bangkok opted for an ivory coloured gown with pearl embroidery. The cape sleeves, the pearl additions and the heavily embroidered blouse added all the feels to this gorgeous outfit.