Before, we tell you how to incorporate your favourite red colour at your wedding celebrations we have something super special for you today. Any guesses what it can be? Brides! It's Holi time and ShaadiSaga is going COLOURFUL! Yes, you read that right. 🌈 #SSGoesColourful and we show you some of our favourite colours of the season and how they can be a part of your dream wedding. We are also running a Contest where 4 lucky girls will get a chance to win a skincare hamper that will have a stunning bridal glow serum, anti-tan face scrub, makeup sponge, eyeshadow and many more surprising gifts that'll make you look like a bomb! So, what are you waiting for? Go & take part now!
Coming now to your FAV colour! When we talk about love and romance, there is only one colour, which comes to our mind. RED! As we all aware, red shows affection like no other colour. In our childhood, when we used to make greeting cards, we used the red colour to make the before giving to our loved ones. And when we finally grew up, we bought red flowers to propose our special one. This colour is all about mystery and history. ❤️
When we talk about the significance of red colour in our mythological tales, it has always been considered ‘lucky’. From putting red bindi to red roses, the value of this colour is priceless. In our traditional wedding ceremonies, the red colour has its essence. So to amp your wedding, here are the lessons on how to integrate red colours in your wedding.
Who said that red lehenga is done and dusted? We all know how whimsical a red bridal lehenga looks as most of the brides opt for red bridal lehengas for d-day even when they a range of other bridal wear outfits. Not only because they are stunning but also, the red colour is immensely valued in our culture. We curated the brides who wore gorgeous red bridal lehengas for their wedding ceremony and girl it is AMAZING! So whether you like monochrome ones (like Priyanka Chopra) or with embroidery, you can also shine with this colour on your wedding day!
Another important part of your bridal look is your bridal jewellery. If you don't want to wear all-red jewellery, here are some options that have hues of red. So be it your necklace or earrings, nose rings or rings, add red colour in your jewels!
It is very important to keep up your bridal glow on d-day. Ask your makeup artist aka MUA to add your favourite red colour in your bridal makeup. Be it the red surreal lips, dainty bindi or makeup with the red shade you would look the best with your bridal lehenga. And if you are a bride who likes to have everything loud, try red in your eyeshadow.
Just like your bridal makeup, there is one more thing that should be spot-on for your wedding day. Making or breaking your bridal look adorn your bridal hairstyle with lots of red roses cos girl you deserve the BEST!
The decor of your wedding sets the vibe of everything. To celebrate the togetherness of two people, the colour of romance is the best one to set the mood. You can include red drapes, roses and tassels to quirk up your wedding decoration. Don't forget to watch the dreamy entrance ceiling that is all drenched in red! 😍
If you also want to include the red colour in your footwear, here are some options for you. Include sequins, embroidery and OTT embellishments to glam up your bridal footwear. So if you want to keep it simple, we have some beautiful juttis for you and don't forget to check out the heels and quirky pataka dulhan footwear.
Let's admit that accessories make your bridal look more pretty. Whatever your bridal lehenga colour is, red choodha or red bangles is something you should definitely wear with your bridal wear outfit.
Floral jewellery works best for mehendi and haldi ceremony. It looks super adorable and adds grace to your entire bridal look. These brides rocked the red floral jewellery in their pre-wedding functions. Take some #floraljewellery inspiration from them and thank us later :)
Talking about fashion and not including grooms outfits is a big no-no! Grooms can also colour coördinate with their brides in red outfits. Be it red sherwani or red kurta, you will look dapper in all. You can also include the colour in your safa, stole and other accessories.
Give your wedding planning a kick-start with red coloured invitation cards. Red colour adds the elegance and royalty in everything. Be it boxed invites or scroll ones, look how lavish these invites look. 🤩