Pink is the New Red! Here’s Why You Should Go Pink for Your Bridal Wear!
The wedding day is indeed the most memorable and prestigious day for every person. You dress up ravishingly and wear the most stunning outfit to tie a knot with someone you wish to share your life with! Weddings over the years have changed so much and each ceremony is grander than ever before! As traditions are changing, the Indian bridal wear has taken a shift from wearing only reds to now pinks, lilacs, purples, and even greens!
Today we’re here to talk about Pink! The color pink has a mix of light red hues and is often associated with feminity, nurturance, and love. In comparison to red, it is calmer, more subtle, and cheerful. With many celebrities and influencers choosing pink for their bridal lehenga, the color is gaining a lot of popularity and appreciation by most soon-to-be brides.
The beautiful lehenga worn by Anushka Sharma on her wedding day took 32 days to complete with the help of 67 karigars. The lehenga cost 30 lakhs and was in a beautiful blush pink color and had Indian lotus motifs along with European flowers and leaves.
Meera Rajput’s powder pastel pink lehenga by Anamika Khanna shows her subtle classic taste. The lehenga is doused in pearls, 3D flowers, floral embroidery with floral knots also had Zardozi work. The lehenga took 48 days and was made by 67 artisans.
Neha Kakkar’s grand wedding was not less than a fairy tale. The beautiful singer wore a lehenga gifted by Sabyasachi himself! The lehenga had zardozi and meenakari work with hints of green and magenta.
Neeta Lulla’s daughter, Nishka Lulla too wore a bright pink and peacock colored, Radha Rani inspired lehenga for her big fat wedding. With a 30 feet long veil, and pearl embroidery, the lehenga had Tanjore paintings on the border.
As pink is becoming a popular choice of both the designers as well as brides, different shades of pink, in different designs and embroideries is all set to take on the bridal wear charts!