The most loved thing about the bridal entry is the Phoolon Ki Chadar! That first look of the bride & all those emotions that she feels while walking towards her new life. It’s not just a simple Phoolon Ki Chadar, it has become an extended part of the wedding décor & your personality.
We absolutely love how the brides nowadays are choosing different styles of these Phoolon Ki Chadar. You should definitely discuss it with your wedding planner & decorator as it’s a very common thing which often gets neglected.
From the basic one to the heavy flower installations, from pom poms to paper origami ones with LEDs, we have spotted some wonderful Phoolon Ki Chadar designs in the past year, they are the prettiest we have seen. And we are informing you already, they are all going to be a big trend in the upcoming year!!!
BASIC PHOOLON KI CHADAR
For those people who believe that less is more, this super stylish and light-colored basic design of phoolon ki chadar is a must for you. You can surely ask your wedding planner or coordinator to customise your phoolon ki chadar in a way that it compliments your wedding attire or the theme of your wedding.
NET FABRIC CHADAR
A netted mesh chadar is another very elegant and sophisticated substitute for your normal phoolon ki chadar. Chose a net fabric of your favorite color or pattern or matching your wedding outfit. You can accessorise your net chadar with roses or decorations as per your choice.
LOTUS FLOWER CHADAR
If you want to keep your phoolon ki chadar simple yet elegant, you can try walking to your wedding mandap or aisle under a chadar decorated with lotus buds. Lotus represents spirituality, beauty and perfection. So, why not use it in your wedding right?
You can see the use of tassels in wedding décor almost everywhere nowadays and they can be a useful option to substitute your phoolon ki chadar. Tassels will give your chadar a cute look & will also make your entrance more vibrant.
Personalize the chadar with matching-colored tassels of your wedding lehenga and make your normal chadar look fashionable.
ARCH SHAPED CHADAR
If the rectangular shaped chadar is not your style, you can still notch your bridal entry on your wedding day with this beautiful arch shaped floral chadar. Consider using something dome shaped which will give your entry a royal look. You can decorate it with flowers or even bells to give it a royal look.
INDIAN DUPATTA CHADAR
If Deepika Padukone can opt this option, then you should definitely go for it. No fuss, no frills and no flowers, still this traditional dupatta look will look beautiful on your entry & compliment your wedding look.
When it's your wedding day, nothing can go wrong with roses, they are your BFF on your wedding day. Tie the beautiful roses with your chadar to make it look gorgeous. You can also try pastel-colored roses to add elegance & beauty.
A very quirky yet beautiful idea to use kalira, instead of wearing them with your bangles use kaliras to hang on your chadar. With floral net or on a normal fabric, you can use some wire pieces to attach the kalire and attach them to your chadar & voila your beauty chadar is ready.
BABY’S BREATH CHADAR
Baby’s breath symbolises and express everlasting love and purity. They are perfect for those brides who don’t like to go over the top with flowers. The plus point of using them in your phoolon ki chadar is that your wedding attire will pop out against the neutral hue. It’s also really affordable and has a good life, making it a perfect choice for your phoolon ki chadar.
FAIRY LIGHT CHADAR
What are your thoughts about attaching some battery-operated fairy lights to a transparent net fabric or adding a string of LED lights on the dupatta to get all the twinkle you are looking for your wedding? This unique idea of phoolon ki chadar will add that extra glow and special effect to your bridal entry on your big day and will make you look like a fairy coming straight away from the sky.
If you are an eco-friendly bride and don’t want to harm those pretty flowers, we have got a perfect option for- Foliage instead of phool(flower). Move over those flowers and get yourself a foliage chadar that will look captivating and beautiful.
RUSTIC LOOK CHADAR
This option for phoolon ki chadar is causing storms in the wedding industry nowadays. They not only look as-pretty-as-a-picture but also give you an outright classy look & elegant vibe. Believe us, they are totally perfect for your wedding and you can also DIY them.
MARIGOLD FLOWER CHADAR
Go for this all orange & yellow brightness for your phoolon ki chadar look. Let your decorator pick up the brightest coloured marigolds and at them to the ends of simple looking chadar. It will surely stand out among the crowd & your guests will be immediately thinking of that one song- “sasural genda phool” of course!!
Are you bored with the straight strings of white flowers in chadar? Don’t worry and try arranging the flowers in a criss-cross manner. This will make your phoolon ki chadar look more elegant and will give it a chic vibe. Flowers arranged in this manner will not only look beautiful but also give you a pretty & modest look.
PERSONALISED WITH “DULHANIYAA” WORDS
Design your phoolon ki chadar by getting word Dulhaniyaa written in Hindi with the help of flowers and give yourself the Dulhan feels. This will really complete your bridal look.
UMBRELLA INSTEAD OF CHADAR
If you don’t want to use that grand phoolon ki chadar at all, then we have the most unique idea for you. Why not walk down the aisle under a decorated umbrella instead of a phoolon ki chadar. You can look for options like Zari and Gota umbrellas from Rajasthan or use a fancy one decorated with some kaleeras or flowers. This will give your entrance a royal look & you can also consider making an entry with your bridesmaids, all of them holding an Umbrella matching a little with yours.
A Few Tips to Keep in Mind While Selecting Phoolon Ki Chadar Design:
Keep the colour of your outfit in mind so that you select a phoolon ki chadar that complements your wedding outfit.
The colour of chadar should match the colour of your wedding décor- don’t use full red rose chadar if you don't have them in your wedding venue.
Make sure the chadar has long sticks attached to it at the corners, so that your family members don’t have to stretch their arms ensuring that it doesn’t hit your head.
Make the stick long enough so that your family members can hold it at the waist level. (see the above picture)
We think that’s why umbrellas are becoming more popular option for phoolon ki chadar as they are not heavy and easy to carry.
You can thank us later for this advice.