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Best of Indian Wedding Trends 2019 from 2018

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You know the drill, when the year ends, we bring you it’s top, prettiest trends. So, as we step into 2019, here are the hottest trends to stay that we’ve seen from 2018!

Best of Indian Wedding Trends 2019 from 2018

Dramatic Bridal entries

bridal entry ideas | 2019 trends

2018 was a year some epic bridal entries, from Brides entering solo to entering with their pets, we have seen some really cool bridal entries, setting some major trends. Head here to plan your bridal entry with us.

Wedding Cakes

Cutting a big slice from your even bigger cake on your Big day is not just a western wedding tradition anymore, it is a trend that lots and lots of couples are going for! 

Digital Weddings

With Instagram being our window to the world and personal hashtags making pictures more searchable and popular, these are helping us to build our Digital Weddings and share special moments with the world.Whoever thought hashtags would die out, has a lot to think about! infant for couples trying to make their wedding hashtag – we’re offering our exclusive service called hashtag help on ShaadiStruggles – DM us and we’ll help you out, without a doubt! 

Trails

No matter if it’s a Royal Wedding or an Intimate one, brides are loving trails with their gowns and even with their lehengas. Trails are a definite trend to rule 2019 weddings and we love how they  can be used a versatile way.  Be it with long dupattas, sarees or even with your Phoolon ki Chadar TBT Isha Ambani)

Rocking the Newlywed Looks

Love being married and loving it more showing off to the World. Choodas with full sindoor and Mangalsutras is THE new trend to follow. Looking married has never been so much fun. Celebs Pairing these with traditional and western looks makes this look a goal for everyone!

Monochromes

 

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2019 is all about monochromes. From Bridal lehengas to pretty bridesmaids dresses, monochromes are sure going to rule Bridal fashion in the coming year. Same colors but with different fabric or work give us a lot to experiment with and make our own new trends.

Customized Everything, even the Bling!

It’s all about Details, isn’t it? Having something special made just for you and your BAE, is a new trend to slay! Customized mangalsutra is the new thing to try (add them to your customised Kaliras, latkans and more!) and super cute to flaunt! PS – want yours customised? Email us!

Heritage Work

From stunning Benarasi fabrics to handmade Chikankaari work, we have seen a lot of old handcrafts to make a come back and we’re super excited to see some more of these old beauties in the coming year! Tilla, Kiran and chicken kari are our favourites (and Sabyasachi’s too!)

Phoolon ki Chadar

Phoolon Ki Chadar is not just a chadar anymore, now it comes with a lot of shapes and sizes with accessories. Brides using different hangings to adorn their phoolon ki chadar to using different fabrics and even umbrellas. We love how creative and beautiful these chadars are and a definitely a star.Check out our favourite  phoolon ki chadar designs – Just Click here!

Mehendi Boyzzz

Our Desi Boyz are showing us some really cool ways to get mehendi done on your Big day. Minimal designs to cute names and hashtags, boys are making the mehendi ritual a lot more fun and a trend.

Coupling Along – His & Her Announcements!

Posting cute pictures on Insta together is a way of PDA, but the NEW trend is announcing your wedding with same pictures on Instagram with cute and cheesy captions. The world should know that you have found the one and what’s a better way to make it official than on Instagram with BAE?

Which trend you are going to follow this year? Tag your trend partner & Do let us know in the comments below!

xoxo

Witty


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