Marriage is most important day for any girl, and she wants to make it more lavish and memorable. Wedding trousseau is the main thing that helps her to make her wedding a special event. Like any trend bridal collections also changes every now and then. Wedding today is no more restricted to just the brides dressing up on the day. It has gone beyond the bride wherein everyone attending the wedding and functions around it likes to look their best.

Jewellery forms and bridal outfits are an integral part of every Indian wedding. It symbolizes prosperity, purity and beauty and adds that instant glow to the face of the wearer.

Whether it is the friends or family or the bride herself, jewellery creates the aura of cheerfulness and warmth around one and all. But as happens with all brides, they do not know what is hot and what are not, in fact other issues haunt them during the pre-wedding preparation. Here with eminent fashion designers and online shopping website like Voylla, Sakhi explain you the latest bridal trend of this season.
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1.    Gold plated kundan necklace set featuring a pair of earrings and maang tikka available for Rs. 2,880.

2.    Jewellery set consisting of maang tika, necklace and a pair of earrings, made of white kundan, maroon stones and some gold work available for Rs. 1,799.

3.    Jewellery set consisting of maang tika, necklace and a pair of earrings with american diamonds and white stones on a silver metal base available for Rs. 699.

4.    The American diamonds set with purple and dark green stones consisting of maang tika, necklace and a pair of earrings available for Rs. 2,199.

5.    Assymetric floral jewellery set consisting of maang tika, necklace and a pair of earrings available for Rs. 1,399.

Flaunt with stylish outfits on your D-day with these designers.

Anju Modi:

Anju embellished her God of wealth-Maya inspired bridal collection with ivory and maroon colour. She embellished angrakhha style kurta, saree, velvet jacket with fine embroidery.


-    Carry Mughal style angrakhha kurta with draped pants.

-    Wear long ankle length tunics.

-    Pair sheer or transparent layered lehenga with metallic blouse.

-    Must carry peshwas or long robs which open from your front side.

-    Use Varanasi brocade, velvet, net and tissue fabrics.

Adarsh Gill:

Gill’s bridal collections are totally contemporary. Here she rather picking traditional classic saree, she combined cigarette pants with fitted evening gowns, beaded jackets. She gives gem stone shades contrast look by playing with chiffon, laces and brocades.

-    Western bridal look are very much in vogue in which you can get vintage and Elizabeth era look.

-    In cuts, puff, pleats, peplum and cowl style becoming trend.

-    Designers give modern cuts to lehengas. In fact you find difficult to distinguish them whether it is lehenga or gowns.

-    Even bustier and short jackets are taking place of blouses.


Asheema-Leena present her latest Kutur collection which is inspired by Raja Ravi Verma paintings. They focus on bold work in their collection. They experiment with sharara, full length skirt, jewelled corset. They enhance their collections with kimkhwaab, jaamdani and brocade fabrics. They use deep and dark shades for vintage feel.

-    Layer net fabric dhoti on brocade churidaar.

-    Carry peshwaaz with ghaghraa.

-    Try to drape two or three dupatta rather than carrying one dupatta.

-    Team up light, flowing style lehenga with jeweled corset. Wear new chakdaar jamaa in new style.

-    In new cut, multi cut, knee length coloured corsets and jackets are in trend.

Varun Bahl:

Varun collections are not having heavy embroidery. He flaunts his collections with see-through fabrics, layering and hand-crafted textures.

-    You can give rich look to your bridal collection by adding velvet touch to it.

-    Carry achkan in Victorian style.

-    Wear farshi ghagra and palazzo pants by combining it with velvet jacket.

-    To give modern style, sarees are designed as gowns.

-    Belts are best options in accessories.

Meera-Muzaffar Ali:

Fashion designers Meera-Muzaffar Ali believe that embroidered motifs are very much in use and you can use it as plain silk, chiffon and patch work on net.

-    Enhance dupatta beauty with big and small motifs. Metallic fabric comletes its border look.

-    You can experiment with various soft coloures like baby pink, aqua blue and dusty orange.

-    Now-a-days deep jewell tones like ruby, emerald and amethyst are in use.

  Be it any cuture,  weddings are not a one day affair; they involve a series of other events and celebrations to mark the occasion. This wedding make it a special affair!

Courtesy: Sakhi