One look at a bride and you can tell whether she is a Bengali bride or not! The distinctive charm of Bong brides is such that they are easily recognizable. Mostly clad in traditional sarees which they pair up with gobs of gold jewels, a significant red bindi, a traditional mukut and aalta laden hands and feet, every single element of Bengali brides is surreally beautiful. And oh, how can we forget their big attractive eyes that they rim with bold kajal strokes!
The Bengali bridal look stands out for its traditional yet simplistic charm which hasn’t changed much in the last few decades. Smitten by their sheer grace and beauty, we dedicate this blog to beautiful Bengali brides who looked ‘Oti Sundor’ on their biyer shaaj (wedding).
Here we enlist some of the most beautiful photos of Bengali brides that are a true depiction of their rich culture and will leave you awestruck!
A gorgeous bride in red benarasi saree who styled her wedding look with sheer simplicity. She opted for dark kohled eyes, bold red lips, simplistic nath and a statement gold mathapatti that defined her facial features. Aalta-laden hands and gold jewellery completed her look. We are in awe of her charming smile.
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This beauteous bride picked a red and ivory saree for her Biye (marriage). Keeping the makeup natural and minimal, she let her traditional jewellery do all the talking. *Don't miss out on noticing that baajubandh*
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We're majorly crushing over this bride's gorgeously elegant wedding day look. Unlike most Bengali brides, she ditched a saree and clad herself in a red lehenga and teamed it up with minimal makeup. Her bridal baubles gave us major goals as she wore red-white bangles, a minimal nath, borla matha patti, and a stunning choker with a breathtaking satlada.
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A yet another traditional Bong bride clad in a red saree and gold jewellery who also wore a kamarbandh to accentuate her waistline. The bride is also holding a Gach Kouto (a pot containing sindoor and silver coin, that the bride is supposed to hold in her left hand till she reaches her in-laws' place).
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Most Bengali brides swear by a statement matha patti and red lips! This charming bride too didn't miss out on these elements. For her most auspicious day, this beautiful Bengali bride wore a gold and red saree, light makeup with red lips and dainty gold jewels that we are in love with.
This oh-so-gorgeous bride struck a perfect balance between traditionalism and modernism. Whilst she wore a red traditional lehenga and kundan jewellery instead of quintessential saree and gold jewels, this bride brought an element of traditionalism by donning that stunning mukut.
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Wearing a red saree with a mustard-colored blouse along with an ogle-worthy traditional jewellery set, this joyous Bengali bride has our hearts!
A charming bride wearing a red saree along with a green blouse and a white veil. Traditional gold jewellery, a gold tiara mukut, naturally flushed makeup and that gorgeous smile rounds off her overall wedding look.
Dressed in a signature red and gold saree, this bride rocked a traditional Bengali bride look with sheer elan.
We are eyeing every single element of her wedding look! Right from her gorgeous bangles to the pearl necklace with peacock festoon, stunning hath phools, traditional mukut and those gorgeous bridal bindis spread across the forehead, her bridal look is truly ogle-worthy.
Here's a couple wrapping amidst their wedding rituals. This classic bride is also stealing our hearts donning all quintessential elements of a Bong bride. Her face-defining matha patti, red-gold saree, auspicious white mukut and the jewellery ensemble is giving us right kinda goals.
Keeping her jewellery game on fleek, this bride wore the widest gold rani haar that we have spotted off late! Her artsy bridal bindi and those pretty aalta-adorned hands are also grabbing our attention.
A true traditional Bengali bride wearing a red saree and hiding her bridal face with auspicious betel leaves for the Shubho Drishti. We also love how she is donning that quintessential big red bindi surrounded with red and white artwork.
The list is definitely incomplete without the mention of Bipasha Basu who left everyone awestruck with her bridal avatar! Dressed in a Sabyasachi lehenga, Bipasha made for one gorgeous traditional Bong bride!