Gorgeous Bengali brides that stole our hearts with their stunning wedding looks!


India is a country with numerous cultures and different traditions. So of course, each Indian wedding would hold its fair share of them. So this time, we take you through all the days of a Bengali wedding, their stunning and gorgeous outfits that will inspire you if you are a Bengali bride.
If you are going to be a Bengali bride and are looking for some inspiration for your Bengali bridal outfit then you have come at the absolute right place. To give you major Bengali bridal look inspiration, we have curated a list of Bengali brides, who looked gorgeous on their big wedding day.
So what are you waiting for just scroll down and see these beautiful and very gorgeous Bengali brides!

Bengali bridal makeup
Bengali wedding makeup generally has big and bold eyes with shimmery eyeshadows and big kohl-lined up eyes. The Chandan design over the brows only adds to the beauty!

Bengali bridal jewelry
Bengali brides usually just wear all-gold jewelry, while the highlight being a mathapatti and small gold crown. They also generally wear two necklaces and white and red bangles along with gold ones!

Bengali bridal saree
A traditional Bengali bride is supposed to wear red on her wedding day. Most Bengali brides prefer to wear a red Banarasi saree embellished with gold details or embroidery to match the gold jewelry.

Bengali bridal makeup and traditional chik with tikli
Big shimmery eyes are a great way to get your Bengali wedding makeup done. For jewelry, you can wear a traditional chik or gold choker and a gold tikli, which is popularly known as the maang tikka!

The Bengali diva Bipasha Basu’s bridal look
There’s no way we are forgetting what a goddess Bipasha looked at her wedding. Her Bengali bridal look was much more modern as she chose to wear a red Sabyasachi lehenga with beautiful Kundan jewelry. However, we totally loved how she kept her Bengali bridal look intact by using Chandan over the brows and wearing the traditional Bengali bridal mukut!