When it comes to choosing the right kind of bridal attire, Indian brides are spoilt for choices. Saree to lehenga for the wedding night, and saree gown to salwar kameez for the reception evening, there are many bridal fashions to choose from. Especially if you are Punjabi bride-to-be there are many bridal salwar kameez style inspirations to turn to for our own D-day. It’s a traditional bridal wear and it’s comfortable and charming as ever. So here we have featured 5 most beautiful Indian brides in salwar kameez to help you choose the kind of salwar kameez online for your own grand Punjabi wedding.
- Gorgeous in Red
This Canadian Sikh bride chose the traditional red for her wedding day, but matched it with fusion fashion to up the game. She wore polka dots patiala, embroidered duppatta with matching embroidered jutti and gorgeous golden jewellery including a golden matha patti, and finished her look with a beautiful flower bouquet. Absolutely perfect!
- Simplicity personified in Peach
This NRI Punjabi bride chose simplicity over fancy. With a three quarter sleeved peach salwar suit with broad embroidered border and simple jewellery. What stand out in her bridal style are definitely the silver stilettos.
- Pretty in Pink
Keeping with the trend of choosing feminine pink for the bridal wear this Sikh bride chose pink salwar style with zari works and subtle dual tone of pink and mauve on the border. Her kameez and dupatta has golden bootis all over with intricate zari border. Apart from her traditional jewelleries, the hint of mauve brings out her bridal charm even more.
- The perfect Bride in Red
A classic never fails. This Punjabi bride looks the perfect epitome of an Indian bride in salwar kameez. Her all-red attire with heavy matte golden embroidery with a hint of dark blue in the border goes perfectly well with her kundan jewellery and perfectly in place light makeup. A perfect Pubjabi bride, as you may call her.
- Elegant in Peach
Even with the elaborated traditional jewelleries this bride in peach salwar suit is oozing elegance in the frame. Her suit has a thin purple border running in the dupatta with delicate floral sequined works all over. But the gorgeous nathni and mangtika are the show stealer, for sure.