20+ Times Real Brides Rocked Green Lehengas
Olive, mint or hunter green- take inspiration from real brides who wore beautiful green bridal lehengas!
Olive, emerald, mossy, or chartreuse – these shades are evergreen when it comes to wedding ensembles. Green is such a versatile color for wedding festivities as its lighter variants are perfect for summer celebrations, and its deeper shades are just what you need for indoor ceremonies, especially if you want to move away from the red, orange and yellow color palette that is very common at weddings. No matter when you wear it, you can be sure that green will always give you a refreshing bridal look. Still need some convincing? Get inspired by 50 real brides who rocked designer ensembles in all shades of green!
Packed with floral motifs and studded with fine gold sequin work, this dreamy sage green lehenga is like a breath of fresh air. Exuding youthful vibes, this lehenga by Bharti’s at White Solitaire on bride Vaidehi is a treat for the eyes with its subtle pops of color and antique gold accents.
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Lime Green with a fuschia twist
Even though lime green is not the first color that comes to mind when shopping for bridal wear, this lehenga donned by bride Rabia is a prime example of why this color is worth giving a shot. Accentuated by pops of fuschia and aqua blue while scalloped embroidery adorns the neck and sleeves, this full-sleeved lehenga by designer Ali Xeeshan is the epitome of elegance.
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Bottle Green Majesty
Adorned with intricate floral embroidery that strikes a delightful contrast against the dark green hue of the fabric, this bottle green lehenga designed by Shyamal and Bhumika and worn by bride Ravneet is a classic depiction of classic meeting contemporary.
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Green and pink for a peppy bride
With copious amounts of gold and pink embroidery standing out against the rich, dark green hue of the fabric, this ensemble designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee is the epitome of elegance. Sported by bride Sukriti who is a talented designer and also one of the masterminds behind the label Sukriti & Aakriti, this elegant and traditional lehenga deserves a top spot on your wishlist.
Photo Courtesy- Gautam Khullar Photography
Nothing beats the freshness of delicate mint green, especially for pre-wedding festivities as displayed by bride Jyoti who combined comfort with style by wearing an intricately embroidered yet fuss-free sleeveless lehenga for her mehndi celebrations.
Photos Courtesy: Ombre by Harsheen Jammu
Go Bold in Bottle Green
Adorned with gold buttis and an intricate border, this glorious bottle green lehenga sported by bride Ayushi and designed by House of Kashika perfectly mixes traditional designs with contemporary minimalism. Paired with simple yet elegant jewellery, this one’s bound to make heads turn with every twirl.
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Mint green and silver for desi elegance
A classic combination of mint green with dazzling silver embroidery, this lehenga designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee and worn by bride Vipra exudes traditional elegance with the hint of a contemporary twist.
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Keeping it light and traditional with prints
Adorned with classic Indian prints in pink and red hues, this lehenga designed by Anita Dongre and worn by Bollywood singer Neha Kakkar is perfect for a night full of revelries where one wants to look their best!
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Mirror work for the extra dazzle
Brimming with artful mirror work that glitters with every twirl, bride Aishwarya’s lime green lehenga exudes oodles of desi charm that is perfect for a sunny Mehendi ceremony. Pair this look with light jewelry and you’ve got yourself a real winner in your hands.
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Keep the limelight on you in sheer lime green
Sheer and vibrant, this lime green lehenga sported by bride Riddhi on her Mehndi day is a perfect example of how the right shade of green can add a pop of brightness to your function. Adorned with delicate embroidery work, this outfit looks straight out of a fairytale.
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Delicate Pastel Green for a fairytale princess look
Embellished with mirror work and layered with sheer white fabric, this light yet beautiful lehenga worn by bride Ravneet is a sure treat for the eyes with its tranquil hue. Accessorised with a pearl maang tikka, this outfit from Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika looks straight out of a storybook.
Photos Courtesy: Jackson James Photography
Gold and green grandeur
Accentuated with gold embroidery and pops of pink, this pastel aqua-green lehenga worn by bride Fariah is a class apart with its intricate design. Created by Shyamal and Bhumika, this ensemble stays true to tradition while exuding a contemporary vibe.
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Vibrant pastel green paired with sheer fabric and eye-popping embellishments, this 3/4th lehenga donned by bride Shirali is ideal for a function that involves shaking a leg. Created by Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika, this unique lehenga is bound to make a resounding statement.
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Paired with a deep green skirt brimming with frills, this glamorous yet playful deep green lehenga designed by Nadine Dhody and worn by bride Isha is dazzling to say the least. Paired with a heavily sequined matching blouse and a sheer dupatta, this lehenga ticks all the right boxes.
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Bottle green and silver elegance
Adorned with detailed threadwork in silver and aqua blue, this stunning bottle green lehenga worn by bride Samira emanates a rich tone of glamor paired with traditional vibes. Accessorized with minimalistic jewellery and a sheer light green dupatta, this ensemble is an instant showstopper.
Photos Courtesy: Gautam Khullar Photography
Lime Green Glory
Vivid and reflective, this bold embellished lime-green lehenga worn by bride Tanisha and designed by Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla, leaves the eyes dazzled from the first glance itself. Breezy yet glamorous, this lime green creation tops the charts when it comes to style.
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Mint green for the desi queen
An absolute stunner, this mint green lehenga with its heavy embroidery exudes traditional elegance along with understated glamor. Nothing works better than a cool green colored outfit to add a touch of freshness to your wedding pics.
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When it comes to light and breezy lehengas, one just can’t go wrong with floral prints. The same applies for bride Megha who donned a beautiful light green Sabyasachi lehenga with pops of orange for her Mehendi so that she could remain comfy yet stylish.
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Simplicity marries style
Keeping the style stakes high while making sure you can easily twirl on your sangeet day is no mean feat! However, bride Niralee with her off-shouldered, aqua green-hued lehenga designed by Shades By KP ensured that she got the best of both worlds on her sangeet night.
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Light yet dazzling, this lime green creation from Anushree Reddy worn by bride Mannat is fuss-free yet glamorous. An ideal pick for the sangeet night where the dance floor beckons, this lightweight lehenga with its silver embroidery will ensure none of your steps are hampered.
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Shine bright in emerald green
A stunning hue that catches the eye instantly, this emerald green lehenga designed by Anita Dongre and donned by bride Chandrika is a traditional showstopper. Flaunting rich gold embroidery with a sheer embellished dupatta, this look is a complete stunner.
Multicolored embellishments to make a pop
A bride can, sometimes, be lost in the frame when it comes to crowded functions. But with this bright lime-green lehenga studded with colorful embellishments, rest assured, the limelight will always be on you. Designed by Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika and worn by bride Evneet, this lehenga makes a punchy statement.
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Aqua green simplicity
Sometimes on an arduous occasion like the Mehndi, a bride just needs extra comfort without compromising on style. This aqua green lehenga designed by Avnni Kapur with a chevron foil printed skirt, coral details, mirror work, and tasseled sleeves worn by bride Jasryn keeps one comfy while keeping the style stakes high.
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Bride Aditi stole the LIME-light (pun intended) by opting for a lime green ensemble by Sabyasachi Mukherjee which came with a beautiful dori and matching dupatta. She added a contrast by fixing bright pink flowers in her hairdo.
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It’s a jungle out there, or at least in bride Saanchi Bhatia’s green lehenga by Anita Dongre which features silver thread embroidery on the skirt, depicting a ‘landscape’ with trees, ferns, leaves and even a deer!
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Layers of Loveliness
We love how Navroop Dhillon was caught in a mid twirl in her Anita Dongre outfit. The various layers of green in this ensemble makes for an enchanting sight, from the darker green of her lehenga, medium green blouse, and light green dupatta with dark green borders.
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Bride Krishna Patel glows in her pastel green and grey lehenga which is perfect for an outdoor, daytime ceremony. She added color to her look with her ornate jewellery, and radiant glow. We love how this lehenga does not overpower the bride’s natural style and beauty.
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Heavenly Henna Hue
Bride Sonali Kohli took her mehndi function up a notch by matching her outfit with her henna (before it dried, of course!). Her stunning outfit with red floral motifs was chosen by Pinkye Dhawan. Matching bangles and jewellery completed her look.
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Frills and Thrills
This bride added drama to her mehndi outfit by picking a green ensemble with a summery feel by Suneet Verma. She added a dose of thrill with her frilly one-shoulder blouse. Her look contrasted well with that of her partner who opted for a traditional ensemble.
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Bride Krupa Doshi picked a Sabyasachi Mukherjee lehenga that featured a heady blend of floral prints in contrasting colors against the emerald green base. Her bright orange blouse added a further pop of color to her look.
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Bottle gourd green can be a polarising color because it straddles the pastel and vibrant spectrum. However, pair it with a pretty pink dupatta, and the combination works excellently to bring out both hues. This bride twirling in her green-pink ensemble by Mrunalini Rao is proof enough.
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Bottle Green Beauty
Anita Dongre’s daughter-in-law, Benaisha Kharas wore a deep green lehenga featuring hand-painted pichhai work. This Anita Dongre creation exuded a regal and delicate vibe simultaneously and was resplendent with flora, fauna, and forest motifs on the skirt.
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We all love pastels, especially for summer weddings, and Lavina chose a green one in tulle by Mrunalini Rao which was paired with a light pink dupatta for the ‘WeddingSutra on Location’ photoshoot. The touches of glitter through her gold jewellery and motifs on her ensemble add a layer of ornate elegance to her breezy look.
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Bride Samta Baheti took the green lehenga game one notch higher with gold stud embellishments on her Papa Don’t Preach lehenga for her mehndi, and teamed it with quirky jewellery.
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Two shades that are neighbors on the color spectrum are fused creatively in bride Megha Parmar’s OSAA by Adarsh bridal ensemble. The icy blue dupatta matched the fresh green ensemble perfectly – and what’s more – the groom also wore a matching safa. The result? Picture-perfect sartorial style!
With dazzling stones, beads, embroidered motifs, tassels and 3D layers, this embellished lehenga is all about detail and dazzle. If you fancy getting married in something like this bejeweled couture creation, take a cue from Bride Devangi Nishar’s whose stunning lehenga was created by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. Now can anything get fancier than this?
Sea Green Stunner
This sea-green bridal lehenga by Rimple and Harpreet Narula accentuates the natural glow that bride Vinita Sonak is blessed with. The delicate filigree designs on the skirt, and elegant mirror work along the dupatta and blouse borders give the ensemble just the right amount of shimmer, making the bride appear like a sparkly modern Indian princess.
Want a traditional lehenga with a twist? Then choose a rich olive-hued one like bride Krutika Ahluwalia has done. Her ensemble from Aza is created with rich velvet fabric and features traditional zardozi embroidery in floral motifs. It is paired with a pretty pink dupatta that has a matching green and gold border, which gives the whole ensemble a girlish, youthful, cheery vibe.
Green and orange are ‘happy’ colors and can lift one’s spirits. We love how these contrasting shades have been used in beautiful symmetry on bride Shrena Hirawat‘s bridal lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. From the structured motifs on the mint green lehenga to the carefree floral motifs on the peach-orange dupatta and blouse, this ensemble gets it right in every detail. Gorgeously done, we say!
Green and gold always make for a good match, and this is amply evident in this stunning velvet Sabyasachi Mukherjee creation that is worn with elan by bride Rihaa Kothhari. With hints of pink that brighten the outfit, a light dupatta with circular motifs and a deep cut embroidered blouse, this lehenga will ensure all eyes are on the bride.
Vibrant, vivacious and vivid, this Anushree Reddy lehenga pairs hues like fluorescent greens and pinks beautifully. Donning a light and swirly skirt in ombre and multiple shades of green, bride Manali Shah looks picture-perfect and vibrant. A pink blouse with gold threadwork and a shaded green dupatta with blue accents along the border add that further pop of color
Gentle Green for Classy Sophistication
Elegant and softly muted, this embellished lehenga from Meena Bazaar is all about classy sophistication with its dull gold patterns and motifs on the soft green fabric. Bride Kirti Wadehra looks fresh and youthful in this skirt with its broad hem panels and matching dupatta borders.
Midnight Green for the Runway Bride
Unleash your inner glamor in this mesmerizing lehenga by Asiana Couture just like bride Ajetha Singhal does.The skirt is beautifully embellished and the threadwork stands out against the midnight green fabric. The full-sleeved brocade blouse is in a lighter green shade which looks lovely when contrasted with the matching midnight green dupatta with scattered motifs.
If you want to look totally haute and happening, this ornate lehenga by Asiana Couture is just what you need. The green velvet skirt and blouse worn by bride Somya Gupta features all over silver-gold threadwork. With interesting panels and towering motifs, this lehenga is paired with two dupattas – a heavy sash-style one and a lighter net one that provides an airy essence to the whole heavy outfit.
Garden of Blooms
Life-like petals and blooming floral motifs in this Jade Couture lehenga make bride Himoni Shah look resplendent and fresh. A pink georgette dupatta with pretty pink and yellow flowers expertly embroidered along its borders gives this whole ensemble a refreshing spring feel, and the dull gold blouse is a perfect fit for this look.
Mirroring the sea-green and blue waves of a surging ocean, this light green and gold ensemble by Tarun Tahiliani for bride Archana Vijaya was perfect for her beach wedding. It included a scattering of pretty blue accents along the skirt which had different panels along the hem, and a long, breezy net dupatta that filtered in the evening light beautifully.
If you love light pastel shades, you will be inspired by this Anita Dongre design that bride Namrta wears with finesse. It features an assortment of diverse motifs on the skirt, blouse, sleeves and dupatta. The light turquoise dupatta also features green gota patti motifs along its border which ties the whole look together, making this ensemble the perfect choice for her beach wedding with the green and blue sea behind her.
Good as Gold
This creation by Manish Malhotra stays true to its Indo-Western spirit with its dull gold off-shoulder bodice and lush green skirt with golden floral patterns. Not quite a lehenga, and not quite a gown, this ensemble plays with the popular pairing of green and gold with stunning effect.
Pixie Green for a Fairytale Touch
The green accents on this creamy white ensemble gives it a refreshing vibe as both colors are effervescent and pair beautifully. This is not a very common combination, and we love how bride Smriti Talwar carries off this lehenga by Roop Delhi features green tassels and a beautiful pixie green and gold border panels on the hem, and along the dupatta.
Imperial Green for Regal Charm
Green – in all its shades – suits most Indian skin tones well, and if you are looking to ‘up the ante’ in a very refined and elegant manner, then this gorgeous deep moss lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee is a must. The green fabric provides a compelling yet contrasting canvas for bride Sampada Mediskar’s ensemble which features silver-gold threadwork and is paired with an ornate dupatta and blouse.
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