A typical Sikh wedding is about extravagance, whether it is the decor, floral arrangements, gifts or an exhaustive food menu. That’s not it! A Sikh wedding is not a wedding till you don’t shake your leg to loud Punjabi beats or find Amreeca and Kaneda connections or hear endless jis…auntiji, uncleji, dadiji, mummiji! Imagine trying to be the center of attraction in this melee! But the charm of the bride remains undefeated courtesy statement bridal attire. Here’s an inspiration guide for you to make the right choice for your D-day.
The Traditional Bride
She’s the type of bride who is connected to her roots, but with an innate sense of style. Her choice of silhouette is a Punjabi suit complete with a patiala salwar and heavily embroidered dupatta. Hues of red, green or pink top the list of favourites. The parandi, chudda and kaleere complete her look.
The Runway/Bollywood Bride
This know it all bride has the latest trends, colour combinations, silhouette structures, and celebrity wedding outfits memorized. A heavily embroidered lehenga in classic bridal hues of red and gold makes her swoon. Statement pieces with luxe fabrics and intricate embellishments bring in the glamour.
The Romantic Bride
This bride is an embodiment of romance in every sense of the word. Ethereal and dream like dresses are the ultimate inspiration. Flowy silhouettes with soft cuts sown in luxurious fabrics add an edge of delicate charm. Blush tones of pink, peach, and red will exemplify your femininity.
The Bling Bride
Bling is perfect for a winter wedding. A colour palette of gold and champagne will add warmth, while silver will glisten through your special day. If you don’t want to go all out bling, go subtle with toned down embellishments and hues.