HERA- Goddess of Marriage
Whenever you pictured yourself on your wedding day as a little girl or teenager, did you not see yourself in a red bridal lehenga? It is widely recognized that red is the colour of marriage in Indian culture. Anything auspicious is associated with the colour red. Additionally, it is associated with purity, sensuality, and fertility. That is why we are required to wear red tikas on our foreheads during religious functions. In India, most brides wear red sarees or red bridal wedding lehengas on their D-days for the same reason.
It is the quintessential North Indian wedding attire to wear a red bridal wedding lehenga. Such lehengas are usually made of rich fabrics like red silks, velvets, Georgettes, and Benarasi weaves. They are often embellished with gold to make them unique. Despite this, red bridal lehengas often end up looking stereotypical. The red bridal lehenga has for long been a favourite of India’s most known bridal wear designers and elite custom-made bridal wear makers, and it continues to be so today. Check out this breath-taking lehenga designed by Rose Creations Ludhiana if this is what is bothering you, but you can’t mentally accept wearing another colour.
We find red to be an incredibly glamorous colour! Look at this stunning crimson wedding lehenga that is devoid of anything flashy! This warm matte red fabric goes great with the bride’s skin tone! And the gold and white-coloured details on the embroidery are simply stunning. There is an ornate border to the skirt, and light floral embroidered motifs covers the rest of it.
An ornate skirt reminiscent of medieval Mughal architecture adorns the red bridal wedding lehenga. The lehenga skirt features floral motifs that have been compartmentalized.
Our bride is dressed in our floral lehenga, which features rich colours of red that are beautifully accented with badla work and french knots. To complete the look, the lehenga is teamed with a matching blouse and handwoven floral dupatta, and the dupatta and blouse are decorated with exquisite crystal hangings.
Who doesn’t appreciate the beauty of flowers? Well, most girls do, which is why floral lehengas will never go out of style. They are vibrant, include profuse embroidery, and can transform any bride into a true princess. Floral lehengas have always been a woman’s fantasy dress, according to designer Supriya Jain, who recently exhibited a collection dedicated to the modern bride.
Also, they’re also popular among Bollywood brides.
Bollywood divas and their sartorial choices are responsible for a lot of the fashion seen at wedding stores. And they’ve made the flowery trend extremely popular. Deepika Padukone and actress Anushka Sharma both wore flowery lehengas to their weddings.
We adore them, but what makes them so adaptable? “Floral designs are one of the most feminine, flattering, and versatile ways to dress up a piece of clothing. Florals, whether printed or hand embroidered, add a unique style to even the most modern of outfits. Adding flowers to a collection makes it feel romantic and fresh without losing its edge, and as couturiers, we try to incorporate as much romanticism as possible into our collections. Florals bring out the delicacy of a clothing, which is reflected on the wearer’s face, giving them a more youthful and gentler overall appearance” Supriya Jain explains.