There are a few brides who choose to break away from stereotypes and do something different with their bridal look. Whether it is minimal or over the top, here are some brides who gave their bridal look a twist to stand out amongst the sea of other brides out there- and yes, we loved each one of their looks!
This bride who chose to wear all pastel route, but so offbeat!
Image via Arita & Aprameya; Lehenga by Anita Dongre
When we see a pastel bride, it’s usually light pink or peach or even mint. But this bride rocked an all pastel look with a pretty light pink and sage green lehenga which looked gorgeous- and we love how the lehenga wasn’t your typical ‘bridal’ one, but she made it look bridal with those pastel floral kaleere and simple jewellery.
This bride who went all old-school vintage with her jewellery!
Image via Komal & Tanveer; Lehenga by Rimple & Harpreet
Now that’s a bridal look you don’t get to see too often! Real bride Komal had a heavy bridal look, and she rocked it with full style- be it the oversized vintage jewellery or the heavily embroidered lehenga, her bridal look was one of the most unique ones we’ve seen on the other side of the spectrum.
This stylist bride who paired her offbeat lehenga with some gorgeous temple jewellery!
We loved how stylist Sukriti Grover not only picked an offbeat Sabyasachi Lehenga (which was the first we ever saw on her), but really fused her look with gorgeous layered temple jewellery which matched her lehenga to perfection! You don’t see too many brides rock temple jewellery with lehengas, but she did, and how!
This bride who designed her own lehenga in sunset beach wedding hues and embroidery!
Real bride Rhea, who is a designer herself got inspired by her wedding venue to design her bridal lehenga! She picked sunset and beachy hues, which popped on her ivory and beige lehenga, and we love the look she rocked with it- some heirloom jewellery, nude makeup and a simple bridal look which we loved.
This bride who took the fusion bridal look to an all-new level with a kanjivaram and odhni!
Image via Jahanvi & Varun
Talk about being an offbeat fusion bride! Jahanavi wore a red and gold kanchivaram sari with a gold belt that’s a family treasure and paired it with a traditional Indian polki set. She completed her look with a deep red orhni, which had gold work on it, which really made her bridal look unique!
This bride who designed her own lehenga in a super unique offbeat bridal shade!
Image via Zinal’s Wedding; Lehenga by Payal & Zinal
‘Pigeon’ is the shade this designer bride chose, and we have to say, we haven’t seen any other bride rock such a lehenga or this exact shade- she did really stand out as a bride in that!
This bride who tweaked, mixed and matched a store-bought lehenga to get it customised herself!
Image via Komal & Rachit
This bride bought a lehenga from a store and then added a lot of embroidery, and customised it to her liking! We love how she paired different shades of light pink to make her own unique bridal outfit, which really did stand out!
This bride who paired an offbeat, contrasting Benarasi dupatta with her minimal bridal lehenga
There was nothing conventional about Real bride Aashna, who had a wedding without pheras, and that reflected in her bridal lehenga choice as well. We loved how she paired two offbeat bridal shades, and that contrasting benarasi dupatta just took her simple look out of the park!
This bride who picked a saree, and that too in such an offbeat hue!
Image via Pukhraj & Iiro; Outfit by Navjot
The bride’s saree, which really stood out was designed by her childhood friend who is a designer. We loved how refreshing it looked for a day wedding in Goa.