We are seeing a lot of brides opt for these light and breezy printed lehengas and let me tell you, they are just WOW!
If you are a bride-to-be who just can’t stand those heavily embellished bridal lehengas and is looking to wear something different, unique yet traditional, you have got to check these out! These lightweight 3D printed floral and light lehengas are exactly what you need to add to your wedding wardrobe. The mehendi and haldi ceremony are one of the most fun events at a wedding, with its playful vibe, fun activities and festive ambience. From the ornate henna patterns to the haute styles that a bride can flaunt, the mehendi and haldi ceremony is made for picture-perfect poses and memorable moments. Wondering what to wear at your mehendi or haldi? Check out our pick of trending light and printed lehengas worn by real brides that are bound to turn heads.
So all the brides-to-be what are you waiting for jus scroll down and check out the trending lehengas for your wedding related functions.
Want something girly yet gorgeous? The fairytale princess look gets an ethnic makeover with this bright floral print lehenga with an off-shoulder blouse. It is ideal for a bride who wants to look like modern royalty as she twirls around at her mehndi function.
The beauty of an all-beige ensemble is that it offers a powerful and wonderful canvas against which striking accents really stand out. This lehenga with embroidered embellishments, an off-shoulder blouse, and plain dupatta just exudes exquisite earthy elegance.
Purple pleated lehenga skirt with floral print paired with an all-purple off-shoulder choli with golden detailing
Yellow floral print lehenga skirt and dupatta paired with a peach choli with floral embroidery
A pastel blue lehenga skirt with floral prints paired with a shimmery peach blouse and green sheer dupatta
A multi-colored lehenga skirt and choli with floral embroidery paired with a sheer dupatta with placed motfis
A fuschia pink lehenga skirt and teal blouse paired with a yellow floral print dupatta
This blue and off-white silk and organza lehenga with intricate embroidery may be an unconventional pick for a mehndi - but if you want to totally stand out, just pick this serene number for your mehendi bash.