Just a few days more before you can hit the streets and paint them in vivid colours!
Yes, Holi is just around the corner and we at ShaadiSaga are going colourful! Continuing our series of #SSGoesColourful and following up on how to integrate the colour red in your wedding, we're here to talk about a colour that will no doubt brighten up your eyes. A colour that can turn any bride into a ray of sunshine, you guessed it- Yellow!
Yellow is a colour that stands for many important things in a wedding ceremony but most of all, it screams- Hello Sunshine! In fact, Haldi, a very important ceremony at Indian weddings, revolves around the colour yellow. Now, while we took an all overlook at how red can work in many ways at weddings, our take on the colour yellow is going to be slightly different. So, if you're wondering how to incorporate yellow colour in wedding functions, then you've dropped by the right page.
Keeping the tradition of giving you only the best kind of fashion inspo alive, here are all the ways how to integrate yellow colour in wedding outfits. From yellow designer sarees to Sabyasachi lehengas, we have it all listed down for you. So, gear up your fingers and scroll down to bookmark your yellow outfit colour combination for weddings!
Who says you can only dress up in yellow for your Mehendi or Haldi? We say nay! Yellow is a colour that brings out freshness and positivity in a bride's overall look. Whether you choose a lehenga or a suit, your engagement outfit will be LIT when made in shades of yellow.
This sunshine yellow lehenga with spots of teal and teal coloured dupatta by designer Gazal Gupta is a wonderfully ethereal outfit choice for any bride.
Dotted with fine faux mirror work, this light and breezy lehenga by Akanksha Gajria is ideal for an engagement function with friends and family.
What shouts bright and sunny more than yellow? Add this sunshine yellow lehenga to your trousseau and shine bright at your engagement.
We're in love with this amazing bright yellow lehenga with silver colour work and heavily embellished border. Don't forget to wear green beaded jewellery to look like a bomb!
This off-white chikankari suit pairs amazingly well with a deep yellow dupatta and gota patti work, which looks elegant.
It looks like that yellow is a colour meant for Mehendi functions. Since a mehendi function is mostly held during the day, yellow makes for an ideal choice of outfit. Not only does this colour look catchy but also brings out spunk and enthusiasm in brides, which is exactly the kind of energy she needs to pull this function off.
Want to be an off-beat bride? Then go for an outfit by Papa Don't Preach that never disappoints. We're especially in love with these flared pants paired with an edgy pastel pink top.
This bride's designer saree is the classic example of a quirky yet easy to manage outfit. Brownie points to her for those beautiful floral haathphools and that killer smile!
Loving this bride's scintillating yellow skirt, paired with a lacef crop top for her Mehendi functions.
An organza lehenga covered in beautiful multicoloured embroidery and silver embellishments will be perfect for any Mehendi held at sundown.
Yet another gorgeousness by Papa Don't Preach, this ruffled skirt and 3D work embellished bralette is another fun choice if you're looking for something risqué.
This pre-draped saree with golden embroidery and a ruffled pallu is another amazing option to choose from.
Create your sunshine with a heavily embroidered choli paired with a breezy lehenga. And how amazing is that puffed up shoulder on one side!
Sangeet functions not only demand fashionable outfits but also ensembles that are easy to manage. You, as the bride, is going to go all out on your sangeet and dance the night away. So, isn't it better if you do that while shining bright like a collection of glittery flowers? Check out these amazing ways to integrate yellow color in wedding sangeet through these yellow outfits.
This is one of the best yellow outfit color combinations for wedding sangeet. Pastel blue edges meshed together with yellow and 3D embroidery is just amazing!
A bride that not only slays with her bright smile but also her outfit, this beautifully embroidered silk lehenga has us smitten.
A lemon yellow that is not only dreamy but whimsical as well. This is a trendy yellow outfit colour for wedding sangeet held during the day and there's no denying its beauty.
Made for the neo-modern bride, this amazing yellow jumpsuit by Papa Don't Preach is a designer beauty worth wearing at your sangeet.
As a bride, you'll be doused in Haldi for this ceremony. And yellow makes the perfect colour for your outfit when either worn whole or paired with another. To keep it minimal while still setting a style statement, check out these options below.
If you wish to channel the soul of your Haldi completely, then opt for a skirt and kurta in bandhani work with zero embroideries, but just a fine gota patti border.
Nothing recites bespoke like a beautiful organza saree in yellow by Sabyasachi for your Haldi ceremony.
Check out this bride's breezy Haldi outfit, with minimal silverwork and a sheer white dupatta!
You can always go the simple way and just don a simple white suit with a beautiful yellow dupatta with Bandhani work for this ceremony.
Brides in yellow? Heck yes! Very rare and uniquely stunning in every way, yellow bridal lehengas are indeed fascinating. Though brides love their reds and pinks, yellow is no exception. A daring bride, ready to break some social barriers and make a fashion statement will opt for a colour like yellow as their bridal wear and we're all in favour of that!
Straight out of Sabyasachi's latest collection of bridal wear called 'Heritage Bridal', this dull yellow lehenga is alluring in every way.
This fashion stylist and bride designed her bridal outfit, and we're head over heels for it!
A heavily embroidered lehenga with a bright pink dupatta is ideal for a sundowner wedding nuptials. (Did you notice those elephant motifs that are super CUTE?)
This gorgeous Sabyasachi bride wore a solid sunshine yellow lehenga on her wedding with thread embroidery of the same colour, saying goodbye to crazy heavy royal lehengas and we're impressed!
Don't want to wear your traditional lehenga? Then go in for a jacket style lehenga paired with a heavily embellished skirt!
We're head over heels for this beautiful bride's lemon yellow lehenga twirling gracefully on the beach with her beau.
A yellow bridal lehenga paired with a baby pink dupatta makes this bride look fresh as ever.
We absolutely love this bright yellow lehenga with faux mirror work and would love to see a bride wear this on her wedding day!
Let’s be honest. As a bride, the one event you look most forward to (after the wedding day, of course) is the reception party! Receptions are the best way to play around with various kinds of outfits and colour combinations. Now that you're married, you can finally put all the work aside and celebrate your wedding to the fullest. So, why not do in a gorgeous yellow outfit?
Sarees are evergreen and this beautiful zari work yellow saree speaks volumes of its elegance in just one glance.
Nothing speaks mesmerising like a bright yellow lehenga covered in silverwork on a bride, all set to rock at her reception party.
Who doesn't love a daring and edgy outfit? Like this deep yellow satin dhoti paired with a bedazzled bralette.
Stunning as ever, Mouni Roy gives outfit inspiration for brides and bridesmaids like no other! Her beautiful yellow saree with zari and sequins work is a fantastic option for brides to wear for their reception.