7 Types Of Floral Designer Lehengas You Should Consider For Your Mehendi

Prashansa Daniell , 06 Aug 2018
Esha Gupta in Arpita Mehta
Esha Gupta in Arpita Mehta

Florals are a type of design that won’t ever be boring when it comes to bridal wear. While many brides prefer lehengas with more embellishments and embroidery for the main wedding, the pre-wedding events are when the pastels and florals to take centre stage. These florals dominate the world of mehendi and haldi ceremonies and why shouldn’t they? Their vibe is perfect for day-time events as they not only lend an air of elegance but the florals blend perfectly with the afternoon/morning sun. Now, there are a few designers who absolutely are at the top of the game with imbibing the floral vibe into bridal wear—So if you’re a bride-to-be in search of that perfectly floral outfit, here are a few designers you should consider:

1. Arpita Mehta

Arpita Mehta is an ace in blending florals into bridal wear in an effortless way. Her collections are often inspired by nature and it shows in each of her creations.

2. Papa Don’t Preach By Shubhika

What do you get when you mix a whole lot of creativity, sparkle and some sexiness? A Papa Don’t Preach By Shubhika ensemble. If you’re the kind of bride who is daring and isn’t afraid to bring in the sexy element to her mehendi, then you’ve found your designer, ladies!

3. Payal Singhal

Payal Singhal‘s vibe is one that is young, fun and fresh—Ideal for the kind of bride who wants a no-fuss yet glamorous look

4. Anushree Reddy

When I think floral, Anushree Reddy is one designer that immediately pops into my head. From her signature scalloped lehengas to cape dupattas and more, her collections are a treat for every bride-to-be.

5. The Little Black Bow

If you’re a modern-day bride then trust me when I say that The Little Black Bow is a brand for you. They make the most dreamy ensembles by blending desi silhouettes with fresh fabrics.

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6. Sabyasachi

This floral Sabyasachi lehenga is turning into a classic and we love it! Many brides are switching up the style just with the blouses they wear and this chic, muted one is that we absolutely love.

7. Falguni & Shane Peacock

Falguni and Shane Peacock are known for their one-of-a-kind OTT designs but don’t underestimate them when it comes to creating something light and fun for your special day.

Which one of these would you try or recommend to a bride-to-be? Let us know in the comments below!

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