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40+ Stylish Maharashtrian Bridal Looks That We Have A Crush On!

Vidhi Gupta, 09 Sep 2020

Maharashtrian weddings are all about vibrancy and richness. Their culture and traditions are truly reflected in their weddings. Not only that, even their wedding ensembles are nothing but effortlessly graceful, full of colours and irresistibly stellar. The moment we see a Maharashtrian bride, our heart skips a beat. 

A beautiful Nauvari saree with green glass bangles, the half-moon bindi, nath and not to forget the pretty mundavalya, all these things pretty much sum up the look of a Maharashtrian bride which sets them apart from the rest. Our ‘Marathi Mulgi’ carries herself with such grace and charm that our eyes get fixated on her. 

We found some of the prettiest and stylish Maharashtrian bridal looks that we absolutely love. These brides look so gorgeous in their wedding attire that we couldn’t help but fall in love with them. So our to-be-brides, what are you waiting for? Get on scrolling for some major inspiration looks that will leave you wanting for more.   

Latest Maharashtrian Bridal Looks That Are Drop-Dead Gorgeous

A monotone look for utmost grace

We can’t deny the grace that a single colour beholds. These Maharashtrian brides who decided to opt for a single colour nauvari saree look insanely pretty. The monotone looks, though simple, brings out the inner beauty of these lovely brides. We LOVE these bridal looks and we sure you do too. ;)

Floral mundavalya that looks absolutely beautiful

What’s a Maharashtrian bride without a mundavalya? It is a must to complete the bridal look for our Marathi Mulgi. It definitely sets her apart. And when a bride decides to ditch the regular mundavalya and put on a floral one, it is sure to make all heads turn. 

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Drenched in traditions from head-to-toe

When a bride carries her traditions on her wedding day, what more could we ask for? These brides made up their minds to take the traditional route and we are totally up for it. The timeless nauvari saree gives a simple yet sophisticated look. And did you notice the glow on these brides faces? 

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Twinning with your partner for the ultimate #couplegoals

What better than twinning your favourite nauvari saree on your big day with your better half. The grooms here made sure that they match their patkas with their stunning brides’ ensemble. They are giving us major couple goals and definitely left us swooning.

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Yellow and green are a match made in heaven

Some colours look best when paired together. One such combination is the bright green colour paired beautifully with an enchanting yellow. These brides took the perfect match of colours and took it a notch higher with their elegance. They are giving us bridal inspiration that is worth bookmarking. 

Marathi brides giving us major maharani vibes

The Maratha queens were known for their royalty and bravery. These trendy Maharashtrian bridal looks took inspiration from their culture and set their heart on an ensemble that gives a glimpse of their history. They look poised and completely unsurpassable and giving us the ideal #maharanivibes.

Trend and traditions go hand-in-hand

Our millennial brides love taking the modern route but at the same time embrace their traditional roots. These Maharashtrian brides, although gave a conventional nauvari saree a pass, they stuck to the mundavalya to complete their bridal look. It looks so stylish yet has an old-world charm about it.

Cos orange is the colour of the season

It seems that orange is quite a favourite colour of our Maharashtrian brides. We spotted so many brides wearing this festive orange colour for their wedding day that it had to be included in our list. Just look at them and you’ll understand why it is such a crowd-pleaser. No doubt, our brides love this gorgeous hue. 

Over the top jewellery has our heart

As much as we love simplistic jewellery, there is a separate fan base for extravagant pieces of jewels. These brides over the top jewellery are to die for. Any bride-to-be who wants to adorn heavy pieces of jewels needs to take inspiration from them who carried them so effortlessly and made our heart melt.

Off-beat Maharashtrian look for the quirky brides

It’s time that our brides take a little off-road and experiment with their looks. This bride right here made sure to do away with the routine colours for a nauvari saree and chose a completely different, off-beat colour for her wedding ensemble. We are crushing over her choice already and we are sure you are too. 

A heavily embroidered border takes the look a notch higher

Keeping it simple but taking their look a notch higher are our Maharashtrian brides who adorned a plain-sailing nauvari saree with a heavy, embroidered border. The bordered saree makes for a first-class choice for a dreamy Maharashtrian bridal look. 

Two-tone shades that compliment each other perfectly

What’s a wedding ensemble without a variety of colours? We spotted some of the prettiest colour combinations on these bewitching Maharashtrian brides that are breathtakingly fabulous. If being colourful was our thing, we wouldn’t have wanted it any other way than these brides have done.

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A floral dupatta with a traditional look is what we’re looking for

Flowers are our absolute favourite be it anyway. And when a bride decides to incorporate real flowers in her wedding ensemble, we can’t take our eyes off her. This Maharashtrian bride took a floral veil that is out of this world. Trust us, it couldn’t have been better; a bride with a floral veil. <3

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Sporting shoes with your outfit? Why not!

Comfort is all that we want, especially when it’s your wedding day. With all the hustle and bustle and running around, this bride made a smart choice and wore golden sneakers with her nauvari saree. Well, it definitely is a look that we not only love but is on our recommendation list for sure for all brides-to-be.

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