There is no doubt that Bollywood has a significant influence on how we dress, and this applies to wedding attire, traditions and rituals as well. Who can forget Deepika Padukone’s Sabyasachi lehenga or Anushka Sharma’s peach and pink rose hairstyle that encouraged brides to arrange their hair in that way? Also, do you remember how Patralekhaa stole our hearts by applying sindoor on Rajkumar’s forehead? These small gestures and cute choices have become wedding trends nowadays.
Check out a few wedding trends inspired by Bollywood movies.
1. Female Priest at the wedding
Dia’s wedding was perfect in every way. It was not only environmentally beneficial and promoted sustainable lifestyles, but it also demonstrated that love can be found again.
The fact that a female priest officiated the ceremony was yet another remarkable aspect of the wedding that astounded us. The pair demonstrated the genuine meaning of equality in a marriage by abandoning the kanyadaan and bidaai customs.
2. Heirloom Outfits
Despite having the majority of bridal designers on rapid dial, Yami chose not to wear expensive designer attire for her wedding. She chose, instead, to wear her mother’s antique saree on her special day. A lovely gesture and memory that is also unquestionably better for the environment.
3. Groom wearing Sindoor
We got to glimpse a small portion of Rajkummar and Patralekhaa’s stunning Chandigarh wedding in a clip the former uploaded on social media. In the video, Patralekhaa can be seen applying sindoor to Rajkummar’s forehead.
4. Pastel outfits
Anushka chose an uncommon lavender colour for her wedding instead of the customary reds and pinks, and it surely caught people’s attention. It demonstrates that there is no need to limit bridal attire to a single colour scheme.
5. Off-beat Mehendi
Khrisha Shah and Anmol Ambani exchanged vows at Anil Ambani’s home. Our attention was drawn to Khrisha Shah’s mehendi creation! She chose a style that will undoubtedly become popular in weddings!
She chose Shiv and Parvati portraits along with Himalayan mountains on the one hand. Moreover, it has definitely become one of the favourite wedding trends these days.
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