5 Showstopper Heavy Bridal Lehenga Works To Glide In Style

There are a hundred things to take care of at a wedding– wedding invitations, caterers, decorators, and gift-bags for guests— more importantly the task list for the bride’s trousseau, be it the attire, hair and make-up, jewellery. Wouldn’t it be just nice if someone just took these jobs off of your shoulders, so that you, the bride, can take light? Choosing the right heavy bridal lehenga can take the burden off your shoulders, and here’s why. Lehengas are simple bridal clothes in terms of structure as compared to a saree, and easy to get in and out of during the many dress changes in a typical Indian wedding situation. Heavy lehengas are usually composed with extensive embroidery requiring minimal jewellery for the bridal profile. So choosing heavy lehenga designs can build a lusciously traditional and current dimension to your customized bridal look!

Here are 6 amazing heavy bridal lehenga designs for you to choose from for your big day!

1. Fully Mirrored Lehenga Choli With Mokaish Embroidered Net Dupatta

Fully Mirrored Lehenga Choli With Mokaish Embroidered Net Dupatta

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Red is the classic colour for bridal clothes in an Indian wedding, representing life and prosperity. This fully mirror-worked lehenga choli is straight from the bridal fashion treasury, with extensive Mokaish embroidery on the net dupatta, and ari tikki embroidery for the borders. The heavy thread and stone-work in the part of dupatta used as ghoonghat goes well with a nice set of maang tikka and maatha patti. Heavy and intricate stone jewellery, in the form of choker necklaces, would complement the look very well.

2. Navy Blue Zardozi Panelled Lehenga With Yellow Gauze Dupatta And Red Ghoonghat

Navy Blue Zardozi Panelled Lehenga With Yellow Gauze Dupatta And Red Ghoonghat

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A heavy bridal lehenga set can be composed of separate dupatta and ghoonghat, unlike in lehenga sarees where the dupatta serves the dual purpose. You can see that in this glamorous bridal lehenga which brings back the navy blue in style with panel length lehenga bottom that has repeating pleats of heavy Zardozi embroidery. The subtle addition of yellow gauze dupatta and the red ghoonghat, both with sufficient adornments to match the entire outfit, puts together such an alluring bridal look that dadi will be forced to say, “Arre! Nazar utarna padega!”

3. Bright Orange And Fuchsia Full Zardozi Lehenga Choli

Bright Orange And Fuchsia Full Zardozi Lehenga Choli

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With colours like these and Zardozi work that speaks for itself, there is really not much left to say about this sensational heavy bridal lehenga! Although these colours are increasingly popular in lehenga designs across the country, they can be put together in thousands of ways in different fabrics, embellishments, cuts and stitches that determine the overall look of a bridal lehenga. This outfit with an A-line lehenga bottom, regular and matching choli and bright orange net dupatta is made for the classy and sassy bride!

4. Red Embroidered Straight Cut Punjabi Style Lehenga

Red Embroidered Straight Cut Punjabi Style Lehenga

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It is amazing in how many ways you can conceive the bridal red in lehenga designs. The bridal lehenga you see here makes use of red satin fabric that has its own richness and lustre. The patti ka kaam used here in the large array of floral damasks in gold thread and sequins fills the lehenga bottom. Gold chinoiserie on the blouse and the Zardozi work in the maroon background borders elevate the outfit to the next level— all rights reserved by the kudi de Punjab!

5. Fuchsia Pink Orange Panel Length Lehenga With Royal Blue Choli

Fuchsia Pink Orange Panel Length Lehenga With Royal Blue Choli

Image Courtesy: Tarun Tahiliani

This design is a dream that walked out of Tarun Tahiliani’s unique bridal couture. This amazing bridal panel length lehenga follows extensive gold and mirrored cutdana work, complemented by a choli in royal blue with heavy embroidery on the sleeves and repetitive gold damasks for the torso. The fuchsia gauze dupatta with gold borders done in bhutta designs adds a chic wedding look to the traditional bridal attire. This is signature Tarun Tahiliani, from the DLF Emporio’s exquisite wedding show “The Treasury of Trousseau”. Pick this and you are guaranteed to complete your own treasury!

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