Bollywood celebrities have been giving brides inspiration for generations, and 2023 was no different. Athiya Shetty and Kiara Advani proved that pastel hues were the bridal colour of the year. Suniel Shetty's daughter, Athiya, also proved that wearing a long-sleeve blouse on your wedding day is of prime importance. On the other hand, Kiara was seen ruling hearts on her wedding day in an empress rose pink lehenga.
Indeed! The Indian bridal style has evolved with time. Swara Bhasker proved that embracing minimalism was the new fashion. Without further ado, here’s a look at the most popular bridal trends of 2023.
Ditch red; opt for a rose-pink lehenga with chikankari work
Bollywood actress Athiya Shetty got married to KL Rahul on January 23, 2023. She looked beautiful and subtle in an old, rose-coloured lehenga that had chikankari and zardozi work.
Parineeti Chopra married politician Raghav Chadha on September 24, 2023. For her dreamy wedding, she made a stunning entry in an ivory-coloured lehenga designed by Manish Malhotra. The veil had hand embroidery and had her beloved Raghav's name in Devanagari script. You can get yourself a personalised veil for your big day and showcase your deep-rooted true love for your partner.
Zambian emerald jewellery complements a wedding ensemble
Kiara Advani married Sidharth Malhotra on February 7, 2023, in Jaisalmer. For her big day, she opted to wear emerald and diamond jewellery. If you want to take a step ahead in fashion and are obsessed with jewellery, then take inspiration from Kiara.
Pakistani actress Mahira Khan married Salim Karim this year. She wore a pearl white lehenga by Faraz Manan. She ditched the deep-rimmed kohl look, heavy accessories, and eye shadow. Instead, she went for a dewy base makeup with cherry-coloured lips and completed her look with highlighter.
Swara Bhasker, for her wedding reception in Bareilly, opted for a royal lehenga. She was exuding maximalist fashion vibe as she wore the heavily donned ensemble. Brides of today love to showcase their personalities through their wedding attire. They love to break conventional stereotypes and set a new definition when it comes to weddings.