Be Summer Ready Bridezilla

Summer weddings might remind you of sweltering heat and blazing sun, but summer weddings also means garden mehendi and open air cocktail. Be it summer or winter or even monsoon, nothing should have the power to dampen your spirit, because you are the star of the event and be it heat or the rain, nothing should steal your thunder. Here are some tips to keep in mind when you are planning for a summer wedding.

Light & Breezy


When it comes to wedding, trust us when we say there are a lot of functions and you need to be prepared for all of them. Choosing dresses in light and breezy fabric is the best option for summer weddings. This will help you keep yourself cool and have all the fun beating the summer heat.

Cool Down with Colors


Choosing the right color for a summer wedding is very important. While going for the tradition might come to your mind on the first go, but we suggest opt for pastel shades. Pista green, powder pink, soft lavender, beige gold or ivory white can be the best color palette for summer weddings. Forget all the dark colors and heavy gold ones. Opt for lighter shades to keep the heat at bay.

Skip Zardosti and Embellishments
Heat and embellishment might not go hand in hand, so skipping sequins, embellishment or heavy embroidery is the best thing to do when you are planning a summer wedding. Opt for beautiful light embroidered trousseau with sprinkles of sequins to add a bit of glitter to your wedding.

Be Experimental


When you are opting for a summer wedding, you can take a leap of faith and experiment with your look a bit. How about skipping the traditional lehenga or saree and go for easy breezy gowns in neons or vibrant prints. You can even go for an anarkali kurti with sharara or can can skirt and an elaborate dupatta to highlight your look in the wedding.

Minimal is the Key
Instead of heavy jewellery, accessorize your look with sleek and elegant jewellery. You can also opt for floral accessories to add a splash of freshness to your look.

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