Wedding Planning

From Outfit To Decor, Make Your Wedding A Colourful One & We Tell You How

Rashmi Jayara, 03 Dec 2019

Who likes to include boring colours while celebrating an Indian wedding? NO ONE duh! An Indian Wedding means diversity—variety in functions, outfits, food, dance and what not! So how can we imagine a wedding without different hues of colours? Multiple colours mean more fun and happiness. And including many colours is the trend of this season. Say bye to the boring and gloomy colours, and include hues of multicolours to make your D-day pop! If you also want your wedding as colourful as a rainbow, don’t forget to bookmark this blog to celebrate your special day.  Here are some ways in which you can add some rainbow in your wedding. 

7 Ideas To Include Multicolours In Your Wedding

1. Bridal Outfits

Be it the dupatta or the lehenga, multicoloured bridal outfits are pleasing to the eyes (and soul). Even Priyanka Chopra Jonas chose the colourful lehenga by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla for her mehndi ceremony.

2. Groom’s Outfit

Floral print kurtas are the latest fashion that has been trending lately. Grooms can also go for embroidered jackets which will only make them look dapper. 

3. Jewellery

Sabyasachi’s latest jewellery collection consists of colourful stones which look royal. If you want to keep it traditional, you can also wear simple navratan neckpieces which will add elegance to your outfit. 

4. Footwear

Jootis are must-have in any bride’s trousseau. And Needledust’s collection has really pretty jootis with sequins (and lots of colours of course). 

Source Needledust
Source Needledust
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5. Makeup

Glam up your makeup by playing with colours. Pop up your look with dazzling eyes. If you are going for this peppy look, make sure to keep other things subtle. 

Source Richa Dave

6. Invites

We are loving the latest trend of watercolour invites. They are so colourful and quirky, your guests would definitely love it. 

7. Decor

From photobooth to seating arrangements, make everything colourful by taking ideas from these beautiful decor suggestions. Add up some tassels, drapes and flowers to make it crazier.

Decor by Altair, Mumbai
Decor by Altair, Mumbai

How are you going to add colours to your wedding? Comment down below.