Indian wedding dresses are the most colorful and beautiful pieces of artwork on this planet, period. As a bride, you will be at the epicenter of all the attention and hence your bridal lehenga design must be so unique that it stands out from any design ever seen. So choosing from the vast variety of bridal lehenga designs is a tedious and time consuming task. But the oooohhs and woooows you receive makes it worth the effort.

Bridal lehengas or wedding lehengas as some call them, range from plain simple ones to rich and grandiose embroidered ones with stones and sequins with heavy borders. Heavily embroidered bridal lehenga with sequins, bootis, patches and mirror work are in trend during the wedding season. Kundan work along with zardosi and minakari in gold  thread or a cream-coloured combination with maroon, red, bottle green or purple can be a great choice for the big day. Pair this with a bordered net or silk dupatta for an added effect.

For the top or blouse, a V shape neckline is in vogue. Netted sleeves or sleeveless patterns look best. A simple neckline can help vintage or classic jewellery stand out for that simpering, bridal look.

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Fish cut bridal lehengas represent a style that can impart a mermaid or slimmer look to the wearer. Elaborate embroidered  patterns are currently in vogue. A gold sequin border with stone work can impart elegance and enhance the beauty of the bride’s dress.

Bridal Lehenga: Pakistani Style

Bridal Lehenga: Pakistani Style

The Pakistani style designer bridal lehenga is another hot pick this season. A long embroidered kurti worn with a  lehenga skirt gives you  a different look. For the  engagement and sangeet, wear a long bridal lehenga to look like royalty. Zardosi and gold work complete the look here. With a heavily embroidered kurti, wear a sober skirt. Wear long jhumkas or large concentric ear-rings to stand out amongst the crowd.

Bridal Lehenga: Lehenga Saree

This gorgeous orange blouse and dupatta ensemble with a cream colour skirt is also known as saree style bridal lehenga or lehenga saree. This gorgeous pattern with ribbon and zari work is worn with a netted dupatta and a net skirt with a satin frock lining. Long earrings match the best.

Bridal Lehenga: Manish Malhotra Designer Lehenga

Bridal Lehenga: Manish Malhotra Designer Lehenga

This Manish Malhotra patch border bridal lehenga in yellow with a simple golden blouse is stylish and elegant.

Bridal Lehenga: Contemporary Style

Bridal Lehenga: Contemporary Style

Corset combo style lehenga and achkan style lehenga are amongst the most stunning designs. Motifs embroidered in antique gold with a tight fit kurti style off-shoulder blouse combined with a full length flared lehenga looks awesome. The simple bridal lehenga with a heavily embroidered achkan jacket looks fashionable.

Wedding Lehengas: Bollywood Style

Watch these famous bollywood stars like Shilpa Shetty, Genelia and Madhuri Dixit in traditional Indian wedding dresses and designer bridal lehenga cholis.

Wedding Lehengas: Bollywood Style

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Zardosi and zari will always rule. A fully embroidered lehenga, blouse and silk dupatta makes for a glamorous combination. The dupatta and blouse are lightly embellished while the bridal lehenga is heavily decorated with zardosi work and a heavy border.

boat-necked waist length choli

A bridal lehenga looks best with a boat-necked waist length choli. This looks equally good  with a narrow chunni or broad dupatta. If it is a velvet blouse, a big bordered lehenga with gold work would  look best. Wear this with a kundan neck piece in antique polish. You could see below Madhuri Dixit wearing a designer lehenga at a Fashion event.

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A designer anarkali style lehenga can be truly eye- catching. A tight choli with a heavily-embroidered lehenga with embellishments using pearls, sequins, zari and zardosi work is the best that one could wear for this life-time occasion. Patterned kalis held in place by a heavy border, with a matching chunri should make the bride’s day.

Bridal Lehenga: Models walking the ramp

Inspired by the Bollywood stars? Then get yourself a heavily embroidered bridal lehenga choli design with a short heavy blouse and a net dupatta and wear it with kundan jewellery or stone jewellery. You would look nothing short of a super model walking on the ramp like these damsels.

Try this golden-cream lehenga worn by Sonam Kapoor. Off – white and cream are considered the most sophisticated for Indian Bridal Lehengas. Heavy gold jewellery worn with a short blouse or a broad- necked heavy blouse and a bridal lehenga in gold thread make a great combo.

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Sabyasachi Collection of Bridal Lehengas

Simplicity is the best policy! A plain flared net skirt bridal lehenga design with a  broad border and a sophisticated silver and golden touch worn with a tomato red plain blouse and a plain dupatta cannot beat any other style.

Indian-Style-Bridal-Lehenga-Choli-New-Collection-2013

So go on girl. Get the princess look you always wanted and dreamt of for the last years.

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