Colorful, elegant, and trendy, these designer bridal lehengas are a treat for all brides-to-be who are looking for the perfect outfit for their big day. These designs do not only boast royalty but also have an unbelievable amount of style quotient in them. These designer bridal lehengas are sure to please modern as well as traditional brides.
Looking to add glamorous vibes to your bridal outfit? Check out these 32 latest designer bridal lehenga designs that do not fail to tick all the boxes of beauty, glory, and elegance. Keep reading!
Latest Trending Designer Bridal Lehengas
All you brides-to-be out there, the wedding season is approaching, and we can’t keep calm. With COVID-19 canceling so many weddings already, we are happy that now things are finally getting back to normal, and all of you can doll up for your big day. To make this task less painstaking for you, we have curated a list of the gorgeous designer bridal lehengas that you can pick for your big day – excited as much as we are? Keep reading.
1. Maroon Bliss by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
This deep maroon lehenga with gold embroidery accents and a velvet dupatta by Sabyasachi Mukherjee is just divine. A complete mix of a warm maroon lehenga along with subtle gold and peach designs all over.
2. The Enchanting Charm of Banarasi Lehenga
It was love at first sight with this enchanting Banarasi lehenga. The lehenga in pastel hues paired with a traditional red dupatta is everything love.
3. The Goodness of Fuchsia Pink by Manish Malhotra
This fuchsia pink raw silk Kashmiri Tilla bridal lehenga that is finished with gold frills is elegance at its best. One of the best pieces from Manish Malhotra’s bridal collection. The highlight of this bridal lehenga is the contrasting colored dupatta with it. This outfit seems perfect for a contemporary bride.
4. Ever Thought Of A White Bridal Lehenga? Why not!
Who would have ever dreamt of a bride in a white bridal lehenga looking this stunning? Well, she does. This white lehenga, which is totally out of the box, is exquisite and more of a masterpiece by Payal Keyal.
5. The Raw Silk Beauty
This traditional two shades raw silk lehenga with embroideries is a piece of art created by the ace designer Tarun Tahiliani. It has an embellished belt to complement the overall look.
6. Turquoise Beauty by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
A comprehensive compilation of when modern meets traditional. Such a stunning and unique color, along with the blouse’s design and the embroidery on the lehenga. This bridal lehenga designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee is a conventional outfit meeting modern hues.
7. A Perfect Combination of Mint and Gold by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
The combination of a mint and gold Sabyasachi lehenga is like a dream come true. It is subtle and a perfect balance of colors and embroidery on it – nothing too much or nothing too less. The gorgeous lehenga with embroideries and sequins is ideal for your day ceremony.
8. Intricate Mirror Detailing Bridal Lehenga by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor
We could not take our eyes off this stunning pastel bridal lehenga set by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor with some gorgeous delicate mirror detailing done all over along with delicate embroideries. It would be a total star at your wedding. Give it a shot; you would not regret it!
9. The Multi-hued Charm by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
The Multi-hued Charm by Sabyasachi MukherjeeThis multihued skirt with an embroidered blouse and a pretty matching dupatta is one of our favorite bridal lehengas out here. It is perfect for your mehendi ceremony, wedding day, or even your reception dinner.
PS: Don’t forget to notice the ultra-gorgeous neckline; that’s a trend among 2021 brides.
10. The Peacock Affair
This yellow bridal lehenga embroidered with peacocks and flowers is a piece of art. It is a very unique and beautiful hue that looks amazing on a day wedding.
It’s the detailing all over that makes this bridal lehenga stand out from the others.
11. The Floral Bliss by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
A floral bridal lehenga by Sabyasachi is perfect for a quintessential bride who doesn’t want to go OTT with her outfit but yet wants to look stunning and elegant in every aspect. We love how florals add a bridal charm to the entire look of the outfit.
12. A Traditional Lehenga by Anamika Khanna
Real bride Miheeka wore this ultra-gorgeous lehenga in ivory, red, gold and literally swooned the internet with her bridal look.
This unique combination is not only trendy but very royal!
13. The Blend of Pink and Red by Anushree Reddy
Color-blocking perfectionist! This bridal lehenga by Anushree Reddy is perfect for brides who want to keep it minimalistic and modern. The intricate floral work all over and around this lehenga set is what is making it stand out so beautifully.
14. Royal Deep Green Bridal Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
This deep green bridal lehenga from the Sabyasachi collections was love at first sight, and we had our hearts sold on seeing this. Stunning is an absolute understatement for this outfit. The intricate work on this lehenga is the class setting.
15. Pastel Aura by Ritu Kumar
Pastel-colored bridal lehenga is perfect for morning weddings. They look subtle and chic. You can make it stand out by wearing heavy jewellery and natural makeup. What a combination, isn’t it? We can already picture it!
16. Traditional In Red by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
The statement rose lehenga designed by none other than Sabyasachi, indeed took our hearts away! It is perfect for any classic Indian bride who wants to wear a traditional red color for her wedding.
17. Intricate Detailing at its Best by Anita Dongre
Here’s a masterpiece from Anita Dongre’s bridal lehenga collection. This red lehenga skirt is beautifully crafted in silk embroidered in gota, zardozi, and Resham work, paired with an embroidered net dupatta and a silk choli, which is chic.
18. Royal Feels by Neeta Lulla
A rust-brown bridal lehenga like this one by Neeta Lulla is perfect for monotone brides who like to give their outfits a royal and elegant feel. What are your thoughts on this one? Royal, isn’t it?
19. The Pastel Affair
This dusty pink lehenga encumbered with zardozi and pearls, nothing less than a dream. It will perfect for your day or night wedding.
20. Boho Chic Vibes Bridal Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
This bridal lehenga from the Sabyasachi collection is giving us major boho-chic vibes. This bride and the outfit is all about being unique and fierce. What we most adore about this outfit is the blend of colors and designs that is put together to make one beautiful outfit. What are your thoughts on this one?
21. The Sea of Flowers
This enchanting and refreshing lehenga is the prettiest pick for your wedding day. It is not only unique from the rest of the lehengas, but the sequins in the blue, purple, pink, and peach shades are making us fall in love with it.
22. Printed Embroidered Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Here’s featuring a gorgeous pink floral print embroidered lehenga by Sabyasachi, which is perfect for bridals who would want to opt for something that would look timeless and chic. The silk skirt, along with a floral print and an embellished border, is all things bling and cute. It comes along with a contrast colored blouse and an embroidered dupatta. We love this whole combination!
23. Gold and Beautiful by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla
Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla never fail to amaze us with their creation, and this gold lehenga says it all. This surreal gold lehenga can be an ideal outfit for your wedding reception or cocktail party. What say?
24. A Printed Story
If you are not looking for a heavy or embroidery laden lehenga, then this minimal printed lehenga by Sabyasachi is your ideal pick.
25. Ferns and Petals
Seeing these blooming flowers on a painting-like lehenga made us speechless.
This lehenga designed by Rahul Mishra is perfect for your engagement ceremony, mehndi night, or even your wedding day.
26. Irresistible by Anamika Khanna
This creation by Anamika Khanna boasts elaborateness and top-class embroidery done all over. The splash of colors in this lehenga is what makes it look so royal and top-notch.
27. Pastels That Never Disappoint by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
The traditional Pakistani bridal outfits have inspired this peplum blouse pastel-colored inspired lehenga. Sabyasachi Mukherjee has done complete justice to it. What do you think?
28. Dreamy Dusty Pink Bridal Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Many brides dream to dress in a dusty pink lehenga by the man Sabyasachi Mukherjee. We know why after seeing this bride in this dusty pink beauty with heavy sequenced work on it.
29. Not So Rare Maroon Lehenga by Payal Keyal
Maroon bridal lehengas are all things traditional and elegant, especially if it has such detailing on it. The detailing on the skirt is a total show stopper, along with the pattern enhanced with a belt on the waist, which adds to the outfit’s charm.
30. True Piece of Art by Anita Dongre
This lehenga set is perfect for a bride who wants to keep it surreal and not opt for something OTT. It’s a real piece of art created by Anita Dongre with embroideries that are beautifully blooming.
31. Dil Guldasta Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee
This lehenga looks straight out of a dream. Even Deepika Padukone slipped into the Dil Guldasta lehenga for her post-wedding party. We just couldn’t help but fall in yet, another creation of Sabyasachi Mukherji.
32. Crafting Elegance with this Magnificent Hue
Designer Arpita Mehta does her magic again with intricate embroideries done on this magnificent hue that’s perfect for your intimate wedding!
8 General Mistakes Made By Brides While Choosing Their Bridal Lehenga – Try and Avoid These
Shopping for your bridal lehenga can get very overwhelming. You may feel lost and confused with the variety of designers and different types of patterns available these days, and that can make it a little difficult for you to decide on what you want. To make it easier for you, we will help you stay away from things you should not pick. Yes, you read that right. With brides being so ecstatic and overwhelmed during their bridal shopping, they tend to make little avoidable mistakes. Here is a list of 8 mistakes made by brides while choosing their bridal lehenga for you to avoid so that you are left with zero to no regrets later.
Buying Your Bridal Outfit As Soon As Your Wedding Dates Are Finalised
One of the most common mistakes made by brides is rushing to buy their bridal lehenga as soon as their wedding dates get finalized. Wedding dates get finalized almost a year in advance, but that does not mean that you should immediately buy your bridal lehenga. Start shopping six months in advance so that you pick something that is still in vogue.
Shopping Without Keeping An Open Mind
Always go shopping with an open mind, and it will allow you to like more options and try them out. If you go out shopping with a closed mind, you would only look at styles you want, while others may be better available.
Trends Keep Changing
Avoid being stuck up on a particular trend as something that may be trendy today may get outdated in a couple of months. Choose your trends wisely when you look back at what you wore; it should look timeless and flawless.
Looking At Outfits That Is Out Of Your Budget – Just Like That
Trying out a bridal lehenga or visiting designer stores that aren’t within your budget could be very disappointing and leave you unhappy. Hence, avoid doing it. If you end up liking something in those stores, you would always be on a hunt for something similar or the same, making it difficult for you to find something in your budget.
Finalising On Your Lehenga Before Your Jewellery
Buy your jewellery only after you buy your bridal lehenga as it helps you pick something that looks good and is around your outfit. Buying your jewellery first would restrict you with choices while buying your outfit.
No Consideration Given To Body Type
While you go shopping, the thumb rule is to not go by what looks good on the model or the mannequin. Everyone has a different body type and structure, and only what suits your body type and design is what looks good on someone else.
Being Ignorant About The Fabric Of The Lehenga And Blouse
The fabric of your outfit can be a game-changer. While the look of the outfit is critical, but something even more important is the comfort. The outfit may look pretty as ever, but if it is even 1% of discomfort, then do not go for it as it can ruin your mood on that very day, which would be the biggest day of your life.
Undoubtedly every bride wants to look her gorgeous best on her big day. It is essential to have realistic expectations for the same in terms of budgets, alterations, and design.
Isn’t this an impressive compilation of the best designer bridal lehengas ever? Well, we think so. From out of the box colors, compelling designs, indo-western hues, we tried to put together the best out of the best. We hope this would give all the bridal inspirations you are looking for, for your big day. Do let us know which outfit is your favorite. xoxo