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The Bride and Her Bridesmaids

WeddingSutra brings you inspiration and ideas for your bridesmaids dresses from real Indian weddings across the world.

Sisters or BFFs, having the bridesmaids around holds special importance to every bride. While the bride’s outfit selection is the most crucial part of the wedding planning process, coordinated bridesmaids outfits not only create a cohesive fashion story but also shine the spotlight on the bride and look fabulous in photos.

WeddingSutra brings you inspiration and ideas for your bridesmaids dresses from real Indian weddings across the world.

1. Electric blue sarees with mukaish work and an all-over-sequins blouse will up the glam quotient of your bridesmaids.

Photo Courtesy – Colomono (Bangkok)

2. Pastel gowns accessorized with baubles and pearls make for a perfect bridesmaid dress combo for beach weddings. Love how Natasha played with more than one shade for her bridesmaids.

Photo Courtesy – Rock Paper Scissors (Philippines)

3. Bandhani sarees with vibrant blouses add the much needed touch of pop to this Gujarati wedding. While the sarees are exactly same, the blouses are where each individual woman’s style can be at display.

Photo Courtesy – Photo Tantra (New Delhi)

4. Floral crop tops teamed with high waist pleated maxi skirts are right on trend this wedding season and they are so fun you can totally wear them again.

Photo Courtesy – Amit Barot Photography (Ahmedabad)

5. Satin one shoulder dresses in a fun shade like coral with ruffled floral detailing will give a young and fun vibe to your girl team.

Photo Courtesy – Picture Perfect India (Mumbai)

6. Georgette maxi dresses in different shades and hues change things up without looking disjointed. It also helps when your bridal party has very different opinions on hues. So let them pick their own shade as long as it fits your overall vision for your bridesmaids.

Photo Courtesy – Shades (Mumbai)

7. Have your bridesmaids embrace a tradition close to your heart – in this case, the beautiful Rajputani traditional attire ‘Poshak’ was selected by Veena Ashiya for her bridesmaids. The girls picked their own colour, it was their way of hinting their unique personally trait like the one dressed in blush pink is feminine and gentle while the friend who wore pop pink is a bundle of craziness.

Photo Courtesy – Nikhil Shastri and Mark Swaroop (Bangalore)

8. You choose the color and/or theme, then give your girls leeway to do the rest. That way they can pick a style that fits their body type and also fits in with your vision. Here the bridesmaid wear different outfits with hints of ivory, beige and antique gold adding to the ethereal and dainty feel of the rustic-themed wedding.

Photo Courtesy – Shades (Mumbai)

9. Red Phulkari sarees teamed with golden blouses look festive and bright both for the day and evening wedding ceremonies.

Photo Courtesy – Mahima Bhatia Photography (New Delhi)

10. Allow your girls to add their own touch to the dress – in this case picking a different neckline for the custom made gowns. If your girls are happy and confident in their dresses, it will show in the photos.

Photo Courtesy – Picture Perfect India (Mumbai)

11. Mint green sarees with silver embroidery allow the white saree of the bride to be the focal point in the photos.

12. The minimalist Tamilian bride wearing a gorgeous Kanjeevaram saree looks picture perfect amidst her bridesmaids wearing subtle pearl white suits and sarees.

Photo Courtesy – Prateek sharma (Delhi)

13. Gold and beige is a truly timeless hue and is a flattering choice for bridesmaid for a morning ceremony.

Photo Courtesy – Picture Perfect India (Mumbai)

14. Pale pink lace gowns with a thigh high slit will add a fun and flirty touch – your bridesmaids may not be able to wear them again but what the hell, they look stunning in photos.

Photo Courtesy – WeddingNama (Mumbai)

15. Bridesmaids in two complimenting shades make for stunning photos with the gorgeous bride. And having two shades to pick from allows bridesmaids to pick a color they will happily wear again.

Photo Courtesy – Photoz Aapki (Chandigarh and Delhi)

Calling all brides! Share your bridesmaids’ photos with us at editor@weddingsutra.com to get featured.


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