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17+ Orange lehengas for the autumn ready brides

If you're the chirpy bride waiting patiently for an outfit to complement your spirits, Orange is definitely the color for you!

Somewhere between the happiness of yellow and the energy of red lies orange – warm like a summer evening, replete with gentle power – like the sun at early dusk. Orange is a deep and earthy tone which perfectly complements Indian skin tones. The fashion industry has decided to delve into the color orange and create some incredible outfits. And we’re swooning!

Here’s a list of 11+ real brides who rocked the colour that screams happiness! Orange you glad you saw them!

1. A fiery orange floral extravaganza
With thread work that consists of flowers and foliage, this gorgeous orange lehenga designed by Shrunjal Shah with its accents of gold and green is bound to make jaws drop! Paired up with a statement nath and maang tikka, bride Khushali looks straight out of a desi fairytale.

Khushali and Khanjan, Goa
Photo Courtesy: Clicks Unlimited Photography

2. Orange and bronze stay true to tradition
Created by designer Dolly J, this kalidar lehenga with its intricate antique bronze threadwork recalls the Maharanis of yore while keeping the contemporary side alive with its punchy color. Add a couple of heavy gold jewelry pieces into the mix and pair it up with a matching dupatta for that perfect bridal look!

Yesha, Kalyan Jewellers Store
Yesha, Kalyan Jewellers Store

Photo Courtesy: Reflexion by Nishchay Shinde

3. Orange peppered with gold for the fairytale bride
Garbed in a contemporary ombre orange lehenga designed by Dolly J, bride Rutuja basked in the spotlight unhesitantly. Embroidered with dainty gold threadwork, this outfit brings to mind vibrant summer afternoons which makes it perfect for a high-spirited Haldi celebration.

Dolly J orange lehenga
Photo Courtesy: The Wedding Story

4. Mirror Work Magic
Studded with artful mirror work this Abhinav Mishra lehenga on bride Darshika Kandoi is perfect for a Sangeet night filled with twirls and merrymaking. Accompanied by a scallop hemmed matching dupatta and shimmering diamond jewelry, this lively peach-orange-hued outfit reflects the light beautifully with every turn.

Darshika Kandoi
Darshika Kandoi

Photo Courtesy: ShutterDown

5. Orange shot with silver for the enchantress
Flaunting a modern chevron pattern alternating between silver, orange and yellow on this lehenga, bride Kruti is adventurous yet traditional. Accessorized with a ruby and diamond-studded necklace set paired with multicolored bangles, it is indeed a true showstopper!

Orange Lehenga
Photo Courtesy: Infinite Memories

6. Duochromatic peach
Embroidered with delicate gold threadwork and paired with an elegant, muted beige sequined blouse, this breezy lehenga designed by Abhinav Mishra and worn by bride Vibhuti is ideal for a comfy yet glamorous Mehndi celebration. With curls cascading down her shoulders this bride let nothing stop her from enjoying the golden warmth of the sun.

Vibhuti and Adhirath, The Grand New Delhi
Vibhuti and Adhirath, The Grand New Delhi

7. Tangerine orange fused with gold
Sophisticated yet bold, this vivid orange lehenga designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee is a visual treat with its gold threadwork that adds an ethereal touch to the outfit. Worn by bride Simran Wanwari who skillfully complemented her outfit with light jewelry, this outfit is fit for a queen!

Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Photo Courtesy: DreamCatchers Photography

8. Boho florals with a twist of tradition
Adorned with heavy floral embroidery on this lehenga along its borders and blouse to let the vivid orange hue peek through, this boho orange lehenga designed by Anamika Khanna and donned by bride Trisha Jani for her wedding instantly puts one in a festive spirit.

Trisha and Suvraj
Photo Courtesy: House on the Clouds

9. Burnt orange for the party-ready bride
A modern silhouette paired with a frilled blouse that mirrors every move, this burnt orange lehenga from Manshaa – The Designer Studio ensured that bride Neha Varma made jaws drop at her sangeet. With an elaborate skirt studded with chevron-patterned sequins, each twirl, needless to say, was picture-perfect!


Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Neha and Amit, CaliforniaPhoto Courtesy: Vinutha Garidipuri, Balerina Films

10. Regal in Orange
Replete with complex embroidery, this lehenga worn by bride Neha Maneka and designed by AM Couture is perfect for a bride who’s keen on unleashing her inner queen. With an ornate mathapatti gracing her forehead, nothing quite beats this stunning combo.

Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Photo Courtesy: Sara Idrees Portraits

11. Silver shimmer backed by subtle orange:
A stunning fusion of cool silver and warm orange, this breezy lehenga designed by Akanksha Gajria and worn by bride Hitika emanates laid-back summer vibes. Lightweight, airy and accessorized with statement jhumkas, it makes a classy statement without overwhelming the senses.

Hitika and Divyank, JW Marriott, JaipurPhoto Courtesy: Joint Productions

12. Caped dupatta and a flaming hue make a bold statement
Peppered with ornate ethnic motifs and accentuated by a contemporary caped dupatta, this stunning lehenga crafted by Anamika Khanna and cheerily flaunted by bride Gunisha Chadha, strikes the perfect balance between modern and the traditional.

Orange Lehenga
Photo Courtesy: Colorblind Production

13. Fuss-free yet vivid
Breezy and light, this minimalistic lehenga has intricate work only on the blouse and dupatta, and still manages to be the cynosure of all eyes even as it keeps the comfort levels high without cutting back on style.

Orange Lehenga
Photo Courtesy: Vintage Films

14. Saffron orange in sync tradition
A traditional treat for the eyes, this saffron-hued lehenga with its complex and generous gold embroidery emanates luxury while remaining quintessentially desi.


Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Photo Courtesy: Mehar Photography

15. Desi elegance in vivid orange
Dotted with floral motifs and covered with an artfully embroidered dupatta, this orange lehenga ticks every box when it comes to making a statement. Accentuated by a bold maang tikka, chooda and chandbalis this bridal outfit is the spotlight’s muse.

Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Photo Courtesy: Mehar Photography

16. Striking simplicity
Easy on the eyes with its bright orange hue yet subtle threadwork, this lehenga with its paisley motifs and silver scalloped lacework, gives the classic Indian design a modern edge.

Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Photo Courtesy: Israni Photography

17. Dreamy peach elegance
Dainty and delicate hue of peach yet highly vibrant, this lehenga with its artful gold embroidery designed by Anamika Khanna perfectly suits the needs of a fuss-free modern bride who likes to keep things light.

Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Photo Courtesy: Dotdusk Studios LLP

18. Luxurious earthy orange
Plush and unapologetically Indian, this lehenga from the house of Rimple and Harpreet Narula flaunts an earthy orange hue which is beautifully accentuated by a magnificent necklace and mathapatti.

Orange Lehenga
Orange Lehenga

Photo Courtesy: Israni Photography

19. A fiery orange floral extravaganza
So you can’t choose between orange and red? Wear them both just like Bride Akanksha did. The imperceptible blend between the two shades in this Tarun Tahiliani outfit makes for a wonderful combination. The two-coloured blouse paired with an embroidered orange dupatta and a simple bordered red dupatta creates a warmth that drums up some emotion. The green necklace adds the perfect amount of contrast to the entire look.

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: Through The Barrel

20. Cool and Exquisite Orange for the Ethereal Bride
Orange, the new red, is the perfect colour for a dainty look on your big day. Adorned with delicate embroidery in red and silver, the combination perfectly complements the natural blush of a glowing bride. Paired with a sheer dupatta of the same colour, elegance and glamour are two words that describe the look!

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: CoolBluez Photography

21. Bright Orange made Lustrous with Gold
Delicately embroidered in floral patterns, this gold and orange outfit is truly breathtaking. If you’re dreading the cumbersome dupatta, the golden belt not only holds bride Amita’s sheer dupatta in place, but also makes the outfit fashion faithful. This creation in the colors of the sun is perfect for a wedding and a reception.

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: 361 Degree Productions

22. Dull Orange and Silver for a sun-kissed look
The radiant bride, Kanishka truly looked picturesque as the dull orange lehenga added a natural blush to her skin. The tiny green details throughout the outfit, make its embroidery stand out even more. She looks dainty and graceful as she pairs the outfit with elegant jewellery.

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: The Wedding Story

23. Bright Orange Gota work, works!
This bright orange Anita Dongre lehenga patterned in silver floral designs definitely speaks for the chirpy bride Misha, who complements the outfit with her own sunny smile! Delicate silver gota work all around the outfit with a thick border for the dupatta gives it an elegant look. The kundan jewellery with green pearls just adds to its perfection.

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: Colorblind Productions

24. Orange makes for Floral Magic!
This pastel orange Sonam Luthria saree is an ideal ensemble for an outdoor event. The heavily adorned blouse and delicate floral string patterns throughout the pallu, make the stylish gathers in the skirt stand out. Wear it with minimal diamond jewellery like bride Rashmi did and your elegance will wow them all.

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: Shades

25. Deep Orange lightened with Gold and Cream
A saturated orange is a stand out choice – but when you break its intensity with delicate gold floral embroidery and a calming cream dupatta you will have shown your mastery of balancing glamor and grace just like Bride Tuhina in this Prathyusha Garimella creation. And for all those who wish to colour coordinate with their better half, orange and cream do wonders for both genders!

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: PhotozAapki

26. Gorgeous color in Soft, Stunning Satin
It’s a favorite combination – pink and orange and when rendered in satin, it’s truly delightful! This color combination is further enhanced with a gold blouse heavily bejewelled with dazzling stones, beads and motifs. The use of different shades of orange, a darker shade for the skirt and a lighter one for the palu makes the over all impression even more refreshing and unique.

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: The Taj Studio

27. Rich Orange Brocade for the Princesses’ Twirl!
The richness of brocade in the brightness of orange is something that we definitely approve of! We love how breezy and dainty the soft blend of white and orange makes bride Pankhuri look. Paired with a silk zari blouse and dupatta, the elegance of the outfit definitely catches the eye!

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: The Wedding Story

28. A Lighter Orange for a more Dainty Look
The jacket lehenga is a great silhouette but working it into haute couture is that perfect orange. It’s Anita Dongre again – displaying her incredible knowledge of how to control color, contrast and cut. The silver patterns again enliven the color and matched with a simple skirt and a detailed elegant dupatta of the same colour, the outfit makes an ideal ensemble for most wedding functions.

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: Pooja Joseph Photography

29. Boho Orange on the Beach
Anita Dongre manages to create a modern aura with this lehenga using one tone of bright orange with delicate silver embroidery. Bride Aastha looks youthful and gorgeous for her beach wedding and she’s perfectly turned out with the heavier blouse and a dazzling dupatta!

Orange LehengasPhoto Courtesy: The Lightsmiths

To conclude, every bride has a unique dream to live, they lived their dreams in the brightness of orange, which colour are you going to live yours in?

For all those brides who wish to be featured in our articles and be an inspiration for all the brides-to-be, please forward your profiles at editor@weddingsutra.com.

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