5 Rajasthani Bridal Lehengas That'll Make You A Queen!

Ah, the festive season of weddings! There is nothing like the bustle at a home that is preparing itself for a wedding — an Indian wedding. The preparations begin months before, hell, they begin years before for the parents of the bride, who have dreamed the wedding day of their daughter for long saving good money to gift her a luxurious and memorable wedding. Well, then, isn’t it important that every element in the wedding goes right? The bride’s trousseau has to be impeccable on the big day, complete with jewellery and attire, hair and make-up, and all other accessories. If you’re going for a royal bridal profile at a Rajasthani wedding, here are five ravishing Rajasthani bridal lehenga designs to suit your needs!

1. Orange Lehenga Choli With Gota Patti And Net Dupatta

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What better way to pay tribute to the Rajasthani tradition than the use of Gota patti work in a Rajasthani bridal lehenga, a form of embroidery originally from Gota in Jaipur, Rajasthan. This beautiful set consists of a straight cut orange lehenga with gota patti in silver and floral orange thread-work appliqué, accompanied by an orange choli bordered by free running floral vines in small orange and pearl embellishments, and a net dupatta to finish the trio. Look how a beautiful Kundan choker and a long chain in Polki can add the cherry to this amazing orange delight!

2. Red Chikankari Embroidered Lehenga Choli And Net Dupatta

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This seemingly simple yet sophisticated Rajasthani bridal lehenga design is a heavenly vision of bridal red. Adorned with floral Chikankari work with thread work joining pearl embellishments in a small diamond form in the borders, that is just the dupatta. Free running olive leaves inspired vines are embroidered on the blouse and the circular embroidered bridal red lehenga bottom completes the masterpiece. We are talking a bridal red lehenga choli that builds a simplistically grand bridal look elevating the bridal red to new levels with an amazing Polki choker and a tikka!

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3. Fuchsia Pink Velvet Paneled Lehenga And Gold Choli With Silver And Gold Embroidery

You have here the bridal lehenga choli that pink is making a comeback with! This grand Rajasthani bridal lehenga is composed of a fashionable trinity— the panel length fuchsia pink lehenga bottom is embroidered in silver in panels alternated by luscious rich pink velvet and bordered by a gold zari, a complementing gold choli, and an embroidered fuchsia pink net dupatta with silver embroidery in floral patterns. ‘Nuff said. This outfit is the perfect attire for a spring bridal profile!

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4. Multi-coloured Bridal Brocade Lehenga Choli With Red Gauze Dupatta

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This is a precious piece of Rajasthani bridal brocade lehenga that would send the bride into a colourful married life! It uses a circular red lehenga bottom to add vertical circular panels of red, multi coloured fabric, and a gold dupioni silk embroidered in the middle for the border. The multi coloured long choli uses a netted full sleeve choli with paisley patterns sequined to the cuffs. The gorgeous bridal attire is complete with a red gauze dupatta that has gold zari borders with tassels clinging to the corners. For the wayward bride, for a colourful married life!

5. Red And White Embroidered Lehenga Choli With Red Crepe Dupatta

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An elegant combination of red and white, this beautiful Rajasthani bridal lehenga has a red straight cut lehenga bottom with beautiful and intricate repeated embroidered damasks, a white embroidered choli with slight blue to the borders on the half-sleeves and a red crepe dupatta with a green border embroidered in gold. The turquoise embroidery on the waistband, which is used for the damasks on the lehenga bottom, along with the slight blue and green, add such hues to the red and white duo that the groom will grow very impatient waiting for the rituals to get over!