Summer Weddings call for open-air events with bright colours and sweet music. There is something very beautiful about a summer wedding, and the only thing that can make it even better is the bride herself. When it's the summers, it can be quite tricky to pick the perfect outfit.
There are a variety of options available ranging from Lehengas to Sarees, and so many more outfit styles in between. This summer has also opened up new horizons for us by giving us some amazing looks on the runway.
The modern-day brides are becoming more and more open to experimentation with upcoming trends. From usage of solid metallics to pastels and whites as well. Though among Indian brides, the span of fabric and intricacy is much higher due to our traditions, that is precisely what makes Indian brides all so stunning in their own way.
Let's have a look at some of the trends in the Indian bridal scene for the summer of 2016.
The Pastel Party
Summers and pastels, how could you go wrong! A recent trend that has found its way into our colourful Indian hearts. This trend is amalgamating into our traditional lehengas and outfits to become a go-to option for sangeets and mehendi ceremonies.
The Traditional Regality
Our heritage looms have been carried over quite well in the Indian culture, and we must say there is nothing that looks more beautiful than our traditional sarees and lehengas for the bride-to-be.
The Earthy Silk Affair
Drawing its roots from the Southern silk sarees, the bright yet earthy colours are just mesmerising. Whats even better is its drapes that hold well once worn. This adds to the Indian curves to make it look even more classier.
The Hippie Bride
The summer calls for bright colours and bold jewellery, so for all the out-of-the-box brides who love to experiment, this is the way to go. Vivid patterns, solid colours, chunky antiques, you can let your imagination run free.
The Metallic Match
Strong metallics are characterising a lot of bridal attires this year. It could be just a part of the attire or with metallic patterns all over or even metallic blocking, this is a bold and exciting new trend for brides who would love to stand out.
The Bride In Whites
Though white is not preferred for the brides at Indian weddings, this season, our designers brought out some beautiful bridal pieces in whites, beiges and golds. Even if it is not for the main event, these ethereal bridal outfits could easily become a part of your wedding trousseau.
The Modern-Day Desi
The most versatile one, this look borrows a little bit of contemporary trends and incorporates them into traditional outfits, which could be a colour trend, a fabric choice or even a silhouette change.