Every bride is beautiful, but you know what? The elegance of Marathi brides is undefeated. These lovely ladies stand out in a crowd and their saree wedding look definitely does us proud. So, if you like us are fascinated with the Marathi bridal look, then here are 5 totally trending wedding ideas you can steal from these marvelous real Marathi brides for your own wedding!
Check Out The Unique Trends Flaunted By Marathi Brides That Broke The Internet This Year!
Scroll down to get inspired by these beautiful marathi brides while, *Apsara Aali starts playing in our head* !
1. Kadak Colour Combinations
One definite trend marathi brides are setting is their use of unique colour combinations. Our favourite has got to be Royal blue and regal vermillion or pastel pink/orange & silver!
2. Dainty Naths and Matar Malas– Magic of Minimal Jewellery
Less is more! We absolutely admire the simple and minimal jewellery picks of these marathi brides. Be, it the lovely naths or beautiful matar malas, everything looks so divine ! If you’re looking for something traditional yet subtle for your wedding, then go no further !
3. Their Double Dupatta Drapes
Another fashion flaunt to borrow from Marathi brides are the way they carry their saree with a second dupatta! A perfect look to adapt to your reception!
4. Bring The Sexy Back !
We’re drooling over these stunning blouse backs, flaunted by our marathi lovelies! Ditch all the styles that you know, and try your hands on these beautiful blouse backs !
5. Exposed Bridal Buns
How about these exposed bridal buns, as your new hairstyle choice. If you have highlights, then consider a textured bun pared with low flowers like our Marathi beauties!
6. Their Floral Dupattas
Last but not the least, we’re digging (pun intended) the whole bridal look with a floral dupatta to pair on a saree! We absolutely LOVE this trend for a mehendi look!
We’re damn sure that these stunning marathi brides have stolen your hearts! Do tell us your fav Marathi bridal trend to steal for your own wedding for real !
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