The first thing that comes to mind when we say Indian weddings lehenga would be rituals crafted for sure, but not without a touch of all things sewing and designer to wear! But designer clothes in the standards of Patti Gout, Chanderi, Resham etc. all are from the last century. The Indian bride wants a little more, and therefore she has no qualms flaunting her style and sensual appeal in a very feminine way.
Let`s look at some floral designs Lehenga
While the fall and winter season are about to arrive, our bride-to-be has made the decision to recreate some magic with floral touches. She wants spring to be her wedding theme, and her wedding dress emulates the same with total joy and poise!
Designer of Zara Shahjahan
Pakistani designer, Shah Jahan Zara has created an impressive line of lehengas design in floral touches. As seen in the Pakistani model Amna Babar, crop flower jacket with a pink fitted blouse, a flamboyant floral head and a long floral Lehenga elegant of the mehendis or sangeets, would make the bride clap their hands!
Designer Anushree Reddy
As seen in LIFW 2015, Anushree Reddy shook the ramps with her mint and pink touches on the floral lehengas she created. Minimum and chic, elegant and fluid, such lehengas are the choice for brides of the new era who love playing with extravagant touches at their weddings.
A little Bollywoodish
If you prefer the Lehenga embroidered sari, just as you found it in many Bollywood movies for your wedding, we can show you an impressive green Lehenga floral that provokes immense vitality and a royal touch!
Designer Shehla Khan
Designer Shehla Khan in 2013 showed that the world of fashion how to play with feminine floral touches of very ethnic wear with modern additions to fashion and style far from the traditional floral motives’ I have always seen.
Once again Bollywood
We wonder if Bollywood inspires real life or goes more vice versa, but if you aren`t too comfortable wearing one of the best Lehenga saris for rituals or on D-day, let au traditionale if necessary with an elegant touch on all Feminine things, light and floral.
Bridelan by Sabyasachi
How not to mention the guru of Indian bridal fashion, Sabyasachi when it comes to talking about Lehenga floral style saris and bridal gowns? Lime and lemonish in her tone, Sabyasachi creates the glamorous old world touch with an elegant tank top green lemon powder and a lemonish floral dress to match!
Layla floral print
The Layla Floral Print Lehenga Floral Dress is an indispensable tool for pre-wedding rituals. From mehendis to sangeets, or perhaps to the traditional Indian bridal showers, where MIL would possibly be visiting, wearing the elegant floral printed Lehenga for the occasion would be an amazing bargain deal!
Dress her up as Madhuri Nene
Madhuri Dixit Nene shows us how to move legs or two in the mehendis and sangeets your family has arranged for you. If you are not too keen on dancing in elegant wedding Lehenga bride saris, Lehenga floral garment then you would be sewing fit to splurge!
Designer Ayush Kejriwal
Designer Ayush Kejriwal rocks the approaching bride season with an amalgamation of all things traditional and the Lehenga flowers in dark tones and vibrant floral patterned motifs for example, new age sets the benchmark for designers to think a little more High than usual when catering again Indian brides -age!