When less is prettily more!
Yes, multi-million weddings are all the rage, with the all the dresses being over the top. However, if you are a minimalist by nature and not up for excessive displays, you can have a tasteful wedding dress without having it heavily embellished. Plus, it will give you a unique outlook amidst all the similar looking Mughal queenly brides (nothing against wanting to go all out on your big day but it’s not for everyone).
Also heavy lehengas are sometimes hard to restyle and their weight can get a little uncomfortable, which is why we have brought you some minimalist bridal dresses from our best designers. We assure you that they are pretty enough for you to fall in love with.
Gold glitter, short shirt with crystal bead straps looks elegant yet simple. Powder blue net lehnga with brocade lining and tilla embroidery serves just the right kind of combination. The outfit is paired with black net dupatta with heavily embroidered pallus of resham and tilla.
This bridal dress is the best of the two worlds; full minus the glitter and flourish. The embellishments are non-existent except for crimson applique on both blouse and lehenga. And how pretty… *sigh*
Banarsi choli detailed with Silver/Gold gangajamni work done with Ivory colored tulle sleeves paired and double layered tulle skirt with banarsi lining and banarsi border.
A beautifully embellished ivory lehnga choli, paired with a floral embroidered dupatta. Sleek and stunningly unique.
A sparkling silver and lilac bridal with delicate silver handwork. The bridal dupatta is encrusted with thousands of crystals.
Ivory and gold plunging neckline blouse in gold lame styled with lehnga in sheer jacquard organza with beautiful hand embroidered ghair and intricately hand worked shawl.
Another masterpiece by Natasha Kamal. This floral organza lehnga looks perfect with a simple pleated blouse. Its festive without being over the top and who said gold ‘n glitter has to be the order of the day?