Indian wedding festivities begin with a henna ceremony. From the bride to all the ladies of the house come together for a fun evening / afternoon. Since the Mahinda event is about entertainment, wearing a colorful lehenga can resonate perfectly with the atmosphere of the event. From brides to brides, everyone can choose a colorful lehenga that will add to the joyous henna ceremony.
For her henna ceremony, Katrina wore Sabyaschi’s multi-colored matka silk lehenga with patchwork blouse and embroidered trousers dupatta. The dress was inspired by the diversity of India’s regional folklore, crafts and nomadic culture. It was adorned with hand-dangled jewelry, brass sequins and heavily embroidered borders in chant prints. It featured a backless blouse with matching large skirts. The look was complemented with jewelry inspired by electioneering.
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Sarah’s pair through Peacock Gerotra belongs to the Haryana-based designer’s Booli collection. The lehenga featured colorful embroidery with floral motifs and exquisitely crafted sequins. The dupatta had large floral prints and wide borders. The large skirt took on the shape of an animal in a unique way and had a cone-shaped belt attached to all three pieces, from which it wore a fine henna. A square necklace with pink earrings and bangles adorned with white square roots were the accessories that closed its ethnic form.
Be unique and choose black lehenga decorated in colorful designs like Ananya Pandey. Tarun Tahiliani’s Ananya Pandey’s black lehenga choli was a contemporary and racially perfect wedding. This boho lehenga choli combo had a youthful and pleasant atmosphere. The dress had intricate multi-colored hand embroidery on all sides. The lehenga featured an A-line flair and was completed with a simple black dupatta and statement white earrings.
With this kind of dress, separate yourself with the unique twist in Indian dress. Shilpa wore a bespoke lehenga set of clothing label Turani. The queen’s pink backless blouse was presented in a bedside V-neck line with sequined stripe borders and floral, fruity prints. The back was adorned with a tassel ribbon tie to cover it all. The hand-embroidered skirt, which features floral patterns, had a disproportionate hemline. It came in a bright green with pink and orange stripes adorned with sequins. He rounded up his pair with a perfectly printed scarf adorned with matching prints, tassels and sequins. She wrapped it beautifully around his shoulder.
For her henna gathering in Tuscany in 2017, Anushka chose a playful, colorful blocked lehenga through Sabyasachi. The multi-colored lehenga combines contrasting elements: a floral printed blouse and a striped lehenga skirt. The combination of the two created a pleasant, almost psychedelic effect. The graphic lehenga in fuchsia pink and Indian orange was hand-printed by the famous block printers of Calcutta and hand embroidered with Gota and Marwari. The bride has to look her best during this time, because of posterity more than anything else.