The Green Bridal Lehenga has been making a comeback for this wedding season 2022. While the Lehenga choli remains a top pick for the ultimate in the bridal wear, it is the colour red that remains the main choice. But not anymore.
Lately, the millennial bride has been breaking away from the traditions and opting for a different colour palate, bridal wear, and the other aspects of the wedding on the whole. Wedding dark green bridal lehenga is the next best, or rather the next most preferred bridal colour has been making the headlines lately.
Bridal wear green is what we are talking about here. This includes playing around with various wondrous shades of green. It could be Lime green, Moss green, sage green, Emerald green, forest green, or bright bridal green.
So, let us take look at some of to top picks in Green Bridal Lehenga designs in the colour green that you can opt for this wedding season:
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The Sage Green Bridal Lehenga
The Sage green is your pick if you wish to break away from the norms of bright for bridal wear. This shade is subtle, yet festive enough to transform you into a bride. What we are referring to in this idea are floral motifs covering the entire area of the Lehenga.
The sequences are alternating in shades of Sage Green Bridal Lehenga and Metalic gold all over. This is a youthful creation that offers a youthful look to any bride.
Check also: Golden Bridal Lehenga
The Red and Green Bridal Lehenga
Cannot let go of Red, yet want the Green Bridal Lehenga simultaneously? Well, why not go for both in a single creation? This comprises a nice Blood red blouse and your favourite deep shade of green lehenga to go with it.
Since both are rather strong colours, you need to team this up with a whimsical net dupatta combination for the wedding dark green bridal lehenga. This offers the slight colour variation one can expect for a modern take on bridal wear.
The Velvet Green Bridal Lehenga
Planning a Winter Wedding? Well, Velvet is your fabric and Green is your colour this time. The best part about this creation is that you can wear it for the other wedding functions as well after your nuptials are done.
The Green Bridal Lehenga and velvet are the ultimate in the royal look that the brides wish to achieve nowadays. The creation we are talking about comprises elaborate embroidery in Gold thread work and Mirror work at the required intervals.
Once again, since your entire blouse and lehenga combination is rather heavy both in terms of weight and look, opt for a nice net dupatta to complete the look.
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Neon Green Bridal Lehenga
Neon is the latest in fashion colour this season, so why not use it for your bridal wear as well. While some might argue that it can get too much, trust us when we say it is just perfect.
You could opt for this shade of green for your other wedding functions like Mehendi or even Haldi if the main event calls for another shade altogether. But, the bridal Neon Lehenga creation is simply wonderful for a morning function, where you will turn out like a cheerful breath of fresh air.
The creation we are referring to comprises Neon Green Bridal Lehenga fabric with Gold embroidery work done all along the length of the skirt. The Gold shade used in this case itself is rather subtle and is in the ‘hues of rust’.
Team this up in a Leheriya Dupatta in a combination of White and Green Stripe along with a nice broad border.
See also: Red and Green Bridal Lehenga
The Banarasi Silk Green Bridal Lehenga
Nothing depicts culture like the fabric of Banarasi Silk. We love the texture, the pattern, and the richness it exudes. The rich and royal look the Banarasi Green Bridal Lehenga offers.
The shade used here itself can be as light as Moss or as deep as Forest. Take your pick and go monotone with the blouse. Complete the look with a Banarasi dupatta to complete the look. Take cues from Rekha and some of her most iconic looks when we are talking Banarasi or Kangivaram.
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Emerald Green Bridal Lehenga
This is a personal favourite and the perfect Green for the Indian skin tone. It is one of those colours that bring out the glow in the beautiful Olive Skin tone. The Emerald Green Bridal Lehenga or the Jewel green has been making headlines even on the various International Red carpets.
Meanwhile, we are talking about the wedding function here and it fits the festive bill perfectly. This is a wonderful creation of Emerald green fabric and elaborate embroidery in Gold all over.
The top of the blouse can be a Western-inspired Spaghetti-top or the traditional bridal bouse. The entire blouse is covered with needlework detailings in rich gold.
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Parrot Green Bridal Lehenga
We all loved the Alia Bhatt parrot Green Bridal Lehenga when she made her relationship with Ranbir Kapoor public at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding. The Parrot green number she wore was all things youthful.
This Sabyasachi creation comprised detailed intricate Silver embroidery and mirror work all over. The blouse was the signature Sabyasachi style with a high neck and elbow-levelled sleeves.
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Mint Green Bridal Lehenga
Breezy, fresh, and oh-so-pretty! We love Mint for more than one reason. This creation is for the Mellenial bride, who wishes for her bridal wear to be mild and subtle.
The creation is rather a blingy affair, without going over the top. This comprises embroidery work and embellishments in rows and lines all around the perimeter of the Green Bridal Lehenga. This offers a burst of bling ascending all along the length of the lehenga, thus offering you a subtle-Minty-bling factor to twirl to.
See also: Red and Green Bridal Lehenga
Pink and Green Bridal Lehenga
Sometimes, we need to break the monotony of the colour. This is the reason why Green Bridal Lehenga in combination with any other colour works wonders. This time around we are talking about the Pink and Green colour combination for bridal lehenga.
The lehenga or the bridal skirt needs to be Green in this design, with a Pink blouse or top to go with it. Also, a lovely net dupatta in a lighter version of the same Pink as that of your blouse completes the look.
The Lehanga is a heavy creation, with elaborate motifs along the length of the entire skirt. Also, a bit of Pink-colored band breaks the monotony of the otherwise green lehenga.
Wear this wonderful Pink and Green creation with your Gold bridal jewellery and you will make one ‘Perfect bride’.
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Deep Green Bridal Lehenga
This is the classic Indian Green we are talking about, and we simply love it. Remember Madhuri Dixit’s Green Bridal Lehenga and White creation in the song ‘joote le lo paise de do’, from the movie ‘Hum Aaap Ke Hai Kaun?’ Well, that is the Green we are talking about.
Also, one cannot forget how wonderful Kangana Ranaut looked in her bridal green in the hit ‘Tanu Weds Manu’ for the final wedding sequence at the end of the movie.
So, you see, Green with round or circular motifs all over the lehenga works wonders. This needs to go in combination with the bold, broad border in Gold Mirror work at the very end of the Skirt.
The Blouse is also in the same green colour with circular motifs all over and elaborate embroidery work along the neck and sleeves of the blouse.
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The Sea Green Bridal Lehenga
This is so soothing and mild that it takes your breath away. The Sea green colour is often overlooked and also ignored most times. But girls, did you know that it works wonders on the Indian skin tone?
The creation we are talking about comprises various shades of Green Bridal Lehenga in hues of Blue as well. It gives an impression of the various shades of the mysterious Ocean. The Lehenga comprises embroidery in various metallic shades of Gold, Silver, and also Pink at places.
The Blouse or the top comprises a darker version of the same Sea green as in the Lehenga. This is elaborate and completely covered in detailed zari work. The sleeves are long and the detailed handwork embroidery follows it all along.
Team this up with a net dupatta with embellishments showing at strategic places. Also, the border of the dupatta is in sync with that of the work done on the blouse.
The Pista Green Bridal Lehenga
Not a Bridal choice? Well, think again. This is so ‘Sufi-inspired’ that it almost offers an impression of you gliding as you walk. The Pista green is subtle yet rich enough to offer you the kind of festive look you aspire to.
The fabric is jacquard silk with a net fabric covering the entirety of the skirt. This comprises elaborate embroidery and sequin in detailed gold and silver thread work. The same goes for the blouse as well.
The dupatta of this Green Bridal Lehenga is a whimsical net creation in delicate work covering the entire surface with a broad border in a detailed embroidery.
The makeup in here needs to be a little loud, as your lehenga colour is quite subtle. Bright red or even Pink coloured lipstick is wonderful, with elaborate and bold eyes.
Lime Green Bridal Lehenga
This does not have to be the quintessential Lime and lemony, but rather in combination with Fushia. The creation is a unique combination that allows you a break from the regular bridal colours as expected.
The fabric is a gorgeous georgette selection, with details in gold and Silver done all over the lehenga. Pops of Fuschia Pink and Sky Blue make an appearance at places to offer gleeful relief.
The blouse itself is just as elaborate as the lehenga itself. It comprises elaborate embroidery work done on the neckline, and a similar sequence following along the edges of the sleeves.
The dupatta of this Green Bridal Lehenga is also quite heavy in Silk, with intricate embroidery work done all over the surface, with broad borders.
See also: Bridal Dupatta Drape
Mirror Work Green Lehenga
We simply love this one. It is a perfect pick for either a day or an evening function. The lehenga choli comprises any shade of green you prefer. Except, the highlight of the design is the elaborate Mirror work all over the lehenga and the blouse.
The blouse itself comprises the cool ‘Scallop cut along the neck and waist band’. The same pattern continues on the sleeves as well. This is where the mirror work finds its density and details.
Likewise, the Bridal Lehenga skirt has an elaborate Mirror work band at the waist. The dupatta is just as pretty, with Mirrors following along all four borders. While this can be your bridal wear for the main function, nevertheless, it makes for the perfect pick for your Mehendi or Haldi as well.
Be sure to keep your makeup subtle, yet glowy on this one. The hair can be let loose or into a fishtail with flowers all along.
Green is the colour of happiness and new beginnings. Especially in Indian culture, it is the colour of harvest. This colour is one of the most favored bridal colours, after the all-time favorite Red of course. Bridal wear is one of the most important aspects of our wedding preparations.
This is the reason, why the colour selection matters so much to the bride herself and the ceremony as well. For the longest time ever, we were stuck with the classic Red. But now, the modern girl is breaking free from the shackles of tradition.
This is where the selection of colours like Green Bridal Lehenga and even Blue in certain cases is a welcome change. So, dear girls, Green is the ‘it’ colour this season, and has made it to the ‘My Mandap Look book’. It is time to wear your bridal lehenga in the shade and watch the others go green with envy.