When we talk about wedding dresses for girls, the sky is the limit! Every other day we spot a new style, a new silhouette, and a completely new design. Which is why, there's no dearth of ideas and inspiration to brim our lovely brides with, ever. While on some days we're showcasing glamorous gowns and spell-binding silk sarees for all the fashion-savvy souls, there are other days when we're enlisting some of the prettiest suits, raging designer lehengas and trendy sharara & gharara sets for them. Not just that! We also keep putting forth varied wedding dresses for girls according to the colors that are trending for the season-like powder blues, yummy pinks, greens & lavenders. So we thought why not compile it all together and unleash some of our favorite designs to you? Yes, here's our elaborate compilation on some of the best wedding dresses for girls that we've come across in recent times! Scroll through and let the bookmarking begin!
What could be better than beginning our exclusive list of Indian wedding dresses for girls than with a typical traditional red lehenga?! Well, almost 7 out of 10 brides prefer picking a red lehenga for their big day even today. And for the fact that they look super bold yet elegant at the same time, even we find it hard to not fall for them each time we spot a new one on our brides. That's exactly what happened when we came across our real bride Nikita's wedding day look! She donned a deep red Anita Dongre lehenga with stunning meenakari & polki jewels on her big day and made for a beautiful bride.
Make a stylish statement on your mehndi ceremony with this spectacular purple and fuschia tie-dye falling flower lehenga. It's super unique and we adore how our real bride Ishita Soni smartly paired it up with a beautiful bib necklace and a pop of fuschia on her lips.
This breezy floral print Sabyasachi lehenga with a simple sequinned blouse in raspberry is one of the best wedding dresses for girls to wear on an engagement ceremony. Especially if it's an outdoor ceremony, you can be as minimal with your jewellery as you can and let your stylish attire do all the talking. What say?
Looking for gowns for Indian wedding? Here's one that's sure to satisfy a bling soul like you. It's a ravishing emerald green creation woven with glimmering sequins from top to bottom. You can very well consider it for your reception or sangeet ceremony and style it just how this bride did. She did her hair into soft, natural curls and topped it all off with a tad bit of glow on her cheeks and nude pink lips.
Isn't white the most elegant color of all? It goes well for almost every occasion. And when you spot such a mesmerizing saree in white sprinkled with silver sequins, it's definitely a double bonanza. Pair it with bold lips and soft base to look like a pure diva that you are.
Nothing fascinates us more than an utterly unique dusty pink lehenga adorned with intricate embellishments. So when we stumbled upon our decorator bride, Tanvi Puri's wedding day look, it was a given it would make it to our list of stylish wedding dresses for girls. The gorgeous lady looked all royal & charismatic in her dusty pink lehenga which she perfectly fashioned with a statement emerald & polki rani haar, a choker necklace and an elaborate maang tikka.
We're cheering hard for this larger-than-life ballroom gown detailed with sparkling patterns all over. You can swear by this dazzling outfit for your engagement ceremony. Also, don't worry about jewellery. The gown alone can lend you all the charm you need for your special day.
Reds, reds and some more reds! Talk about wedding dresses for girls and we're overloaded with designs in red. Here's a scintillating red lehenga featuring finest of embroideries and a scalloped hem that may instantly tug at your heartstrings. Pair it with just the right kind of baubles and you're good to slay on your wedding day!
If the usual reds and pinks are not your thing, this phenomenal masterpiece in rust orange might just woo you like no other. Right from the intricate gota patti work on the lehenga skirt, the basic round neck blouse with detailing on the sleeves to the edgy latkans, everything about this outfit is worth rooting for.
Can't decide that perfect outfit for your cocktail bash? Try this yummy pink lehenga choli set enhanced with glimmering mirror work, fancy tasselled details and some embroideries. It's pretty, hot and tempting! (P.S. Don't miss out on that captivating zig-zag pattern on the skirt.)
With elaborate details around the hem of the skirt and the blouse, this bridal lehenga is a perfect pick for brides who want to look glamorous yet subtle on their wedding day. The best way to style this striking lehenga is with double dupattas, a minimalistic choker necklace and a tiny maang tikka.
Blue is the new red this wedding season! And this one in such a fresh & offbeat aqua blue hue will surely help you raise the experimental meter on your big day. Look how beautifully it is trimmed with elegant floral embroideries. Also, we love how that pale pink dupatta is adding a pop of color to this monotone lehenga.
This pale lilac cape-style lehenga set adorned with delicate embroideries on the choli and the edges of the cape is oozing with extreme elegance and perfection. It's easy-to-carry and just the kind of outfit you can sport on one of your pre-wedding ceremonies. This bride wore it on her mehndi day and accessorized it with lavender white and pastel pink haath phools and maang tikka from Prune.
Don't take your Roka outfit for granted and opt for something as beauteous as this dazzling lavender outfit from Yoshita Couture. It has just the right amount of sheen to it. While the lehenga is all decked up with svelte silver work, the puff-sleeved blouse is adorned with glimmering mirror work & sequins. Wear it with a classic diamond necklace and look your dazzling best.
With a sultry deep V neckline, a thigh-high slit lehenga skirt and embellishments worth gushing over, this red lehenga set is a sight to behold. It is every bit bold and an ultimate pick for the ones who don't hesitate from trying new & avant-garde designs. What are your thoughts about this ravishing red lehenga?
Want a blend of desi and modernity in one? Then, this uber cool outfit should be the one you count on. It features a pretty shirt-style blouse with layered bell sleeves and a skirt sprinkled with a handful of crystals and blingy embellishments. We're completely loving how those fancy details stand out as the bride twirls around for the shot.
This summery leaf green lehenga woven with subtle embroideries and paired up with a voguish strappy blouse looks so elegant and classy. It seems super light-weight and has an easy-breezy feel to it. If you don't want to get bogged down by the weight of your lehenga on your big day and are looking for options that are easy to carry, here's the one for you. (Plus points in case you're planning for a beachside wedding)
Ditch the regular cholis & go for long kurtas instead. They look just as fancy as those voguish blouse designs. Here's our real bride Ravneet who donned a floral embroidered off-shoulder kurta in red with her lehenga skirt and made a notable appearance on her Anand Karaj ceremony. She styled her ensemble well with a diamond necklace, matching earrings and a dainty maang tikka.
While digging the internet to find some new & latest wedding dresses for girls, we got our hands on this bride's marvellous royal blue lehenga replete with floral embroideries. She donned it on her mehndi ceremony with white floral jewels and completed her look with wavy open tresses, nude pink lips and softly flushed cheeks.
If there's one Sabyasachi lehenga that is making a lot of noise this season and is being adored by every other bride, it's the Dil Guldasta lehenga. It is a perfect amalgamation of your favorite red and pink hues. Everything about this phenomenal creation, be it the floral patterns, the sparkling rhinestones or the rose-tinted crystals, is to crush over. And when real bride Riya wore it for her wedding day, we couldn't help but fall even deeper for this chic ensemble. She styled it with a pair of contrasting green bangles, a polki and emerald choker and a basic maang tikka.
Get your engagement look sorted with this surreally sexy off-shoulder gown that spells a sumptuous dash of florals, glimmering embellishments and intricate embroideries. It would best go with a messy bun hairstyle, a classic smokey eye, a hint of nude for the lips and some meenakari jewels.
If you want to feel comfortable yet look stylish on your mehndi day, there's nothing like this ultra-glam jumpsuit by Papa Don't Preach. It is bedecked with metallic charms, glistening sequins and everything else that is pretty. The color yellow is perfect for a mehndi ceremony, especially if it is a day affair. So, quickly cart it for yourself!
This new-age white ruffled blouse paired up with a polka dot skirt will seal the deal for your Haldi ceremony. It is vibrant and so uniquely crafted. You too can pair it up with some chunky oxidized jewels say an elaborate choker or chand baalis and some soft & dewy makeup.
You can never go wrong with classic printed co-ord sets. They make for a great choice if you're looking for something casual and trendy for your mehndi ceremony. Here's one elegant pair of co-ords with a captivating print on a white base that we spotted on this real bride. She teamed it up with jodhpuri juttis, jhoomar earrings and a pair of rose-tinted glasses.
Our Bollywood beauty, Alia Bhatt radiated like the sun in this all yellow Sabyasachi lehenga. The plunging neckline blouse lent all sorts of glamorous feels to her look. She further accentuated it with a regal choker necklace, nude pink lips, kohl-rimmed eyes and a slick tight bun.
Who wouldn't fall deep for this powder pink organza lehenga detailed with delicate pearls and some opaque glass beads?! It is exquisite and extremely breathtaking. Also, the sheer detailed bralet blouse and the tulle dupatta are adding that much-needed quirk to this attire.
Simple and elegant suits are the best kinds for a Haldi ceremony. They are fuss-free and never look outdated. So, we fetched one for you straight out from Alia Bhatt's closet. It's a pretty yellow sharara set with subtle embroideries on it. Wear it with half-tied hair and nude makeup to flaunt your best side.
Are you too someone who doesn't like to take the ordinary route when it comes to picking your outfits? If yes, this quirky crop top & pant set might be of your interest. It features colorful circular patterns and mirror work, both on the blouse as well as the pants. Also, those cape-like sheer sleeves are infusing all the drama to this attire. Would you like to opt it for some of your pre-wedding festivity?
We have our hearts stuck on this real bride's fully mirror work blouse and multi-hued tie-dye lehenga skirt encrusted with mirrors. It is vibrant and suitable for a mehndi day. You can even style it on your haldi ceremony in case you're planning to go overboard with your Haldi look.
This turmeric yellow ruffled blouse paired up with a stunningly embroidered palazzo pants is so unique and stylish. It is an ultimate blend of traditional and modern. So if you were wanting to go the indo-western way on at least one of your wedding ceremonies, here's one outfit style you'd surely want to give a try.
Of all the pinks, if there's one that's a fail-safe option for brides, it's the fuschia pink. It looks good on anyone and everyone. Check out how this bride beautifully sported a fuschia pink Anita Dongre lehenga on her wedding day. She wore it with double dupattas, a princess necklace and a scintillating matha patti.
This gorgeously embroidered crop top and multi-tiered sharara pants from Arpita Mehta can prove to be a lovely pick for smaller functions. Wear it with open tresses and minimal makeup just how Ananya Pandey did. She is clearly acing the look and so can you.
Here's a bewitching mauve organza gown with a ripple effect on the shoulders. It has glimmering embellishments in the upper front. We would totally recommend all the to-be brides to consider it as an option for their sangeet or cocktail night.
Take your fashion game a notch above with this smashing dusty pink outfit enhanced with remarkable gold embellishments. See how flawlessly this bride styled it on her wedding day. She indeed looks like a million bucks in this long kurta and gharara set.
No women can ever have enough blacks in her wardrobe. So, we thought why not bombard you with one more. Here's a modish mirror work ensemble that features a beautifully embellished lehenga skirt, a strappy bustier top and a short jacket outlined with mirror work on the edges.
Fashion diva Kiara Advani literally warmed our fashion-hungry eyes dressed in this ravishing red ensemble which she perfectly paired with a deep V plunging neckline blouse. She complemented her attire with a sheer dupatta and rounded off her look with elaborate jadau emerald jewellery, soft smokey eyes and nude lips.
When it comes to taking outfit inspiration from Bollywood celebrities for the millennial brides & bridesmaids, the only name that pops in our head is Alia Bhatt's. The gorgeous lady always leaves us impressed with her outfit choices. And this time was no different. She got our hearts winning in this ivory kurta-sharara set by Anita Dongre. Her outfit had subtle embroideries all over and she did full justice to it by pairing it with red lips and oxidized earrings.
Don’t want to wear a gown on your engagement day? Don’t worry, we’ve got some fancy wedding dresses for girls right here. Take a closer look at this divine ice blue sheer saree that Jacqueline sported with utmost style & finesse. She pulled it off with a sultry bustier blouse, a pair of pearl & diamond earrings and a matching diamond bracelet.
You don’t get married twice, so why settle for anything short of dreamy for any of your wedding ceremonies. Even the most intimate & not-so-important events should witness you all decked up in your bridal glory. Here’s a chic printed peplum & sharara set with a metallic belt in the centre and a sheer dupatta that you can wear on your pre-wedding festivities. Accessorize it with huge chand baali earrings and chunky bangles to make a hep statement.
Want to slip into the quintessential nine-yards for at least one of your wedding ceremonies? Give this fresh & elegant olive green saree a try. It has drool-worthy embellishments all over. Also, the deep V-neck mint green blouse is going exceptionally well with it. P.S. Don’t miss out on those fancy tasselled embellishments outlining the edges of the pallu of this saree.
We found one of the best wedding dresses for girls! Of course, it had to be in red. It’s an extraordinarily beautiful red lehenga featuring intriguing gota patti and sequinned work along with a statement elbow sleeved blouse amped up with the same kind of embellishments. If you plan to wear this on your wedding, do prefer teaming it up with those noteworthy polki baubles.
With interesting temple-like figures embroidered all over the skirt and the blouse all detailed with sequins, zari work and glistening beads, this bridal lehenga from Sulakshana Monga qualify to be one of the most stylish designs we spotted this year. Right from that voguish belted detail, the fascinating artwork adorning the sleeves to the distinctly patterned dupatta, every detail is superb.
When you can’t round onto a particular colour to sport on your mehndi ceremony, think no more and go the multi-hued way. It’s a short shot win. Don’t believe us? Look at this bride who wore such a colorful lehenga on her mehndi ceremony and gave us our ultimate dose of inspiration.
Pale peach is surely one of the raging colours in the Indian fashion scene these days. And we instantly get smitten each time we witness a bride rocking this soothing colour. So here’s a glamorous pale peach off-shoulder gown that we recently spotted on a real bride. It has huge floral patches all over the flare of the gown and some subtle embroideries on the upper front.
Trimmed with sparkling mirror embellishments across the skirt and all that shimmer on the blouse, this alluring pink lehenga has left us floored. It can be a go-to pick for all those brides who like going a bit extra.
Actress Dia Mirza radiated ethereal beauty in a voluminous Shantanu and Nikhil ball gown in a dark green hue. It's one of our favorite wedding dresses for girls. It features anti-trend Swarovski crystal embellishments at the bodice, flares at the bottom and a cape-like detail with pleated angel sleeves & a collared neck.
Are you an ardent lover of Banarasi drapes? Well, then here's one classic that you would like to equip your wardrobes with. It's in a striking pink and ivory hue with a touch of gold. While the blouse has a basic elbow sleeved pattern, the saree is dual shaded. One can easily style it on their reception or maybe the first day after their marriage. Also, it makes for a great bridal pick for south Indian brides.
Here's one of the top wedding dresses for girls that will instantly make you want to get married right away! We love how it has no hint of fancy embellishments and only boasts of a gorgeous flare & a lacey sweetheart neck. We totally recommend all the to-be brides to consider it for their catholic wedding or even for their cocktail night.
Walk the offbeat path and dress up into this remarkable piece of clothing. It's a three-piece lehenga set comprising of a perfectly detailed skirt, a matching heavily embellished corset blouse and a short sheer jacket with feathery details in the front. It's a fantastic choice for an engagement ceremony. So if you were looking for one, here's all the inspiration for you!
Take cues from your favorite Bollywood celebrities and abide by their styling sense to make a stellar appearance on your wedding ceremonies. Here's a stunning ruffled cocktail saree with a bejeweled belt that the goddess, Shilpa Shetty wore to an event. You can easily style it on your sangeet or cocktail bash and look like a proper patola.
We have our eyes set on this super regal creation from the maestro Sabyasachi's Fiza collection. The gorgeous emerald green gown has a fitted bodice and a flared bottom detailed with golden embroideries. The dupatta too had elegant borders and scallop patterned embroideries around the edges.
Of all the other trendy bridal hues from Sabyasachi's Endless Summer Collection, our personal favorite is this vivid aubergine tint. It is every bit new and has over-the-time become a popular choice amongst brides. While some are effortlessly sporting it on their wedding day, others are opting it to add some more colors to their Mehndi day.
Yellow is such a happy & bright colour for a mehndi ceremony. It instantly makes one's eyes pop. So we thought why not get the quirkiest yellow outfit for you to slay in! It's a vibrant yellow lehenga with heavy embellishments on the skirt and a matching choli to go with it. This bride played her fashion game smart by complementing the outfit well with an emerald green rani haar and chaand baali tikka and earrings. Do you approve of this enchanting attire for your mehndi?
One look at this beauteous lavender lehenga adorned with pink florals and you'll be left all speechless. It's distinctive in every which way and has to be in your wishlist. See how this bride said a big 'No' to classic reds and opted for this unique combo for her big day.
To turn into a real-life maharani on your wedding day and exude all sorts of royal feels, here's one bridal lehenga that you need to shift all your attention to. It's an outstanding blend of beige and gold. The blouse design is super simple and elegant with sleeves amped up with broad laces. The panelled lehenga, on the other hand, has intricate floral embroideries and an all-sequinned hem. Topping it all off is a sheer dupatta with minimalistic sequinned details and spectacular borders.
If you're someone who is a sucker for pretty details, this outfit will immediately catch your fancy! With whimsical sequinned detailing, lacy floral appliques, hooded sleeves and tasselled embellishments, this ball gown proves to be one of a kind.
Wish to try something new & elegant for your mehndi? Go for this pale yellow organza lehenga and tulle bralette blouse hand-embellished with crystals, beads and pearls. It's different from the usual mehndi outfits we spot on brides.
A backless blouse with tasselled details paired with a seafoam green skirt and a pair of basic churidars together make for a unique outfit option for brides. One can wear it for an outdoor event say a poolside party or a Haldi ceremony.
After lehengas, sarees and gowns, it is the traditional Anarkali suits that hold a special place in a bride's wedding trousseau. They are breezy and super comfy. And if you manage to find a design as enticing as this one, you are sure to feel on cloud nine. Whether it is the vibrant blue outfit or the popping color florals decorating it, everything about it is notable.
Popular blogger Karina Bedi gave us major inspiration in this chic and glamorous chateaux grey brocade strap kurta and sharara with gold cutdana tassel hangings on the ghera. She paired her attire with a deep red organza dupatta with hand embroidery and cutwork border.
Want something that's fuss-free and remarkable at the same time for your sangeet? Take this bride's Sangeet outfit into consideration. She wore a unique brocade blouse with an attached dupatta-like detail and a phenomenal layered lehenga skirt with an asymmetrical hem. It looks different from the usual crop top and skirt sets and has that wow factor in it.
After scalloped lehengas, now scalloped dupattas too are a thing to go gaga over! This bride wore a dazzling yellow lehenga etched with superb floral embroideries along with a printed scalloped dupatta on her mehndi. And we are all hearts for it!
From cheap wedding dresses for girls to high-end ones capable of burning a big hole in your pocket, we've seen them all. But we could hardly find any like this bride's molten red Kanjeevaram saree handwoven with the couple's picture onto the pallu using 10 different colored threads.
We're hooked to this bride's engagement gown laden with sparkling crystals, rhinestones and some more glimmering embellishments. It is modern and has an extremely voluminous flare. You can wear it on your engagement ceremony and make your big day even more special.
When we talk about ideal color combinations for your mehndi outfit, there's surely none that looks as gorgeous as the evergreen blend of magenta and green. It's one lovely combination. And we couldn't agree more after we came across this bride's mehndi look. She donned a ravishing magenta kurta with a bottle green sharara on her mehndi ceremony and immediately got us winning with her sartorial choice.
Give your ordinary sarees a makeover by incorporating some ruffles to it! Here's an attractive ruffled saree in a calming powder blue hue with a heavily embellished sheer blouse. It's a stylish choice for all the fashion-savvy brides.
Hunting for that perfect outfit for your civil ceremony? Leave aside everything and pick a classic lacy gown in ivory. It is an all-time favorite and looks exceptionally good. Here's our real bride Diipa Khosla who wore a spectacular white gown detailed brilliantly with floral motif embroideries and a veil. She teamed it with a simple low-tied bun and a 'no makeup' makeup.
Keeping it elegant and sophisticated, our real bride Savina slipped into a white lacey gown with sheer sleeves and some fancy buttoned detailing at the back of the attire. She teamed it with a messy bun, smokey eye and perfectly bronzed cheeks and nailed her look with enough poise.
Make for a sassy bride on your mehndi ceremony in this bold and beautiful lehenga set that our real bride donned on her Mehndi ceremony. She styled her gorgeously embellished lehenga skirt with a strappy, backless blouse. Finishing off her look with as much sass she wove her hair in a braid with a parandi and further opted for noteworthy jewels and a pop of pink for her lips.
Nowadays, brides are putting aside all the inhibitions and giving whites a try on their big day. Here's our real bride Sarvottema who wore a fantabulous ivory lehenga on her big day. Her lehenga was woven with finest of embroideries and thread work in hues of pink, green and maroon and you should definitely give it a thought.
This smashing gold gown from Shantanu & Nikhil is so graceful and appealing that one would never wish to give it a miss. It's an apt choice for all the contemporary brides who wouldn't mind pulling an off-shoulder on their engagement ceremony and are a lover of metallic shades.
This real bride nailed a glam engagement look with a gota embroidered golden kurta and sharara set from Tarun Tahiliani. She elegantly accessorized her look with an elaborate mang tikka and let her slick tight gajra hairdo and dewy makeup do the talking.
This lacy off-shoulder gown in blush pink with swirling patterns at the hem and a sheer back is worth every penny. We love how well it suits this bride and makes her look nothing short of a princess. Taking it all a notch higher is her luscious cascading hair, perfectly highlighted cheeks and well-defined eyes.
We haven't seen a lot of brides rocking an emerald green hue on their wedding day but when we chanced upon this bride's wedding day look, we couldn't do anything but gaze on repeat. It is in such a satisfying tint of green. Plus, the silver and rose gold gota patti details on it are enhancing it even more. We give full points to the bride for styling so aptly with pearl detailed golden kaleeras, a regal choker necklace, a pair of jhumkas and a maang tikka.
Long peplums look great with palazzo pants and this bride is proof! For her mehndi ceremony, she picked up an ever-so-stylish peplum kurta with impressive embroidered work on the flare and paired it up with red palazzo pants. Adding some more glamour to her look was her polki matha patti, the enamelled choker necklace and a pair of offbeat chandelier earrings.
This bride's bold electric blue outfit is the best bet if you want to add the needed quirk and sass to your mehndi day look with a hint of modernism. It's super chic and can help you get you all the attention that a bride deserves.
Move over tomato red and opt for deeper hues like crimson reds & maroon, just how this bride did. She wore a mesmerizing off-shoulder gown in maroon on her cocktail ceremony and fashioned it with naturally wavy hair, a single-stranded diamond necklace, matching earrings and a sleek bracelet.
Don't take your Haldi outfit for granted and opt for something as beguiling as this short white kurta with a pair of flared sharara pants in the same hue. Now, add a splash of yellow to it by wearing a beautiful yellow colored dupatta with it and round it off with a suitable hairdo and baubles.
Done with your bridal lehenga shopping but still searching for bridal dresses for other functions and your trousseau? Don't worry we've something elegant for you to add in your closets. It's a basic chiffon saree in white paired up with a strapless brocade blouse, a polki necklace, sleek straight hair and bold brown lips.
We're left in constant awe of Jacqueline's scintillating white Chikankari saree by ace bridal couturier Tarun Tahiliani. The saree features sparkling mirror work, beautiful threadwork and fancy silver laces. We love how the popular actress accentuated her look with a side-parted low bun, nude lips and kohl-rimmed eyes.
Clad in an olive-grey lehenga adorned with an array of floral bursts and resplendent peacocks with a heavy dusty pink blouse, our real bride Komal was a sight to behold. She styled her bridal outfit with double dupattas. While she set a tulle cinnamon dupatta as a veil, a zari-work bandhej dupatta that added the quintessence of red to her look.
Lastly, here's our dearest decorator bride Tanvi Puri who chose to deck up in an all gold avatar for her engagement ceremony. Her magical gold Sabyasachi lehenga not only took away our hearts but also got us wanting to wear all gold on our engagement.
Woah, wasn't it one impressive compilation? Well, be it the most beautiful designer lehengas, voluminous gowns, tantalizing sarees or dramatic indo-western outfits, we tried putting across all sorts of wedding dresses for girls under this never-ending list. Now it's your time to save the ones that suit your personal style and make for a spectacular bride on your wedding.