The pink banarasi lehenga is one of the hottest wedding attire trends for the Indian bride. Pink is the colour of ‘Passion’ and love. It is the universal colour associated with feminity and is a favourite for all women irrespective of their region, nationality, or culture. Likewise, the bridal lehenga in Pink is perhaps one of the most sought-after choices preferred by most.
The best part about Pink Banarasi Lehenga is that the wedding lehenga in colour makes a bridal delight. It suits almost all skin tones and also offers a cheerful aura to the bride. Likewise, the Banarasi fabric is the ultimate when it comes to bridal wear, and every state in the country has its version for the same.
Hence, the combination of the colour Pink with the fabric of Banarasi is a match made in heaven when speaking of wedding function ideas. But what are the latest trends? Well, we at myMandap bring to you some of the trendiest ideas in bridal wear that can inspire you:
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The Art Silk Pink Banarasi Lehenga
The combination of Pink Banarasi Lehenga with Peachish-Orange is one of the latest in the party wear lehenga types. The idea of Art Silk has been making waves in the bridal circles lately, as it looks just as good and fits the budget well.
Being lightweight and ‘Cool’ on the skin, most brides are favouring the Art silk for their bridal tissue. Here, we are talking about the Art Silk lehenga choli with bridal Gold jewellery.
The lehenga is in the orange shade, while the Choli is a bright version of Pink. This choice is both classy and affordable, making it one of the popular picks.
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Bandhani Pink Banarasi Lehenga
The Bandhani print is one of the most alluring patterns and makes a perfect unique choice for bridal ethnic wear. However, it is the Banarasi Bandhani we are talking about. The overall result in this product type is richness and class that is unmatched.
The product detail comprises the bandhani print in Banarasi fabric for both the top and the lehenga skirt. Complete the look with a lightweight net dupatta in a Golden shade with heavy borders. For the final touch, you can opt for chunky bridal jewellery in traditional Gold.
Chaniya Choli in Pink Banarasi Lehenga
The youthful combination of Green and Pink Banarasi Lehenga is timeless. It offers a slight variation from the regular traditional colour options. The Chaniya Choli makes for the perfect choice when it comes to both the main function and the engagement ceremony.
In this look, we are using two very prominent bridal colours, both of which are rich and bold. However, the combination is a rarity that offers a slight colour variation from the regular loud choices.
Here, the blouse piece is in Green Banarasi, worn atop of a nice extravagant Pink Lehenga skirt in the same fabric. complete the look with a two-shade Dupatta in the two colours along with fine embroidery done in Gold thread work.
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The Crop Top Pink Banarasi Lehenga
A perfect wedding cocktail look that can be created off the Banarasi dress material. This look is a current rage and has made it to the ‘myMandap’ lookbook. However, this creation requires expert design, detailing, and cotton lining for the ultimate comfort.
As the name suggests, the design comprises a nice off-shoulder Crop top pattern in Pink Banarasi worn over the lehenga skirt in the same colour and fabric. The Crop-top blouse comprises Brocade Butti designs, to coordinate with the wedding theme.
You can go sans dupatta, or add a whimsical excuse in a netted dupatta in either Gold shade or the same Pink shade.
Pink Banarasi Lehenga With Banarasi Dupatta
Not many brides wish to team up their attire with the heavy Banarasi Dupatta. However, this is one of the best options when deciding on your party wear a suit or bridal attire. So, how is this done?
Well to start with get yourself a nice Maggam work blouse and matching lehenga skirt of your choice. Now, team this up with a striking Pink Banarasi Bridal Lehenga with dupatta. In this get-up, it is necessary to ensure that the Pink dupatta is the statement piece.
This Pink Dupatta can be very well recreated from a well-preserved Banarasi silk saree fabric as well. The Goldwork and border on the dupatta make for a great bridal look along with the contrasting jewellery.
Pink Banarasi Lehenga with White Collard Top
Wondering what to wear for the pre-wedding functions? Well, this is a perfect pick when it comes to the contemporary bride. You might have caught this trend in the media, with various celebrities flaunting the style.
The look comprises a heavy banarasi Pink Pink Banarasi Lehenga skirt teamed up with a White-collared blouse. The material of the top is Satin silk and adds to the festive shine. This is a personal favourite and one can hardly go wrong on this one.
Remember ‘Anushka Sharma’s attire on her Mehendi for the song ‘Cuti-pie’ from the movie ‘Aei Dill Hai Mushkil’? Well, it simply rocks. To get the look you need to get hold of fine fusion jewellery. This could be a multi-strand necklace with white stones in Gold or a contrast altogether.
Or ditch the necklace altogether and opt for nice big chunky earrings like ‘Chaand-Bali’. Whatever it is that you choose, remember to ‘carry the trend’ with the right kind of attitude to match. And yes, have fun while you are at it.
Off-Shoulder Blouse and Pink Banarasi Lehenga
Another great trend when it comes to the bride who likes all things ‘fusion’. This look comprises of a rather plain or Solid Off-shoulder blouse in ‘Vougish design’. This could be either Solid Gold or go colour-block with a Navy-Blue one altogether. Trust us, when we say it will simply ‘rock’ the Pink Banarasi Lehenga skirt.
The idea of the look is to bring together the best of both worlds. While the Banarasi fabric is as traditional as it can get, the Vouge-top is the Modern tinge of the look. Once again, you do not have to deck up with all the Gold you have currently inherited from your mother, but simply opt for statement pieces.
The make-smokey eyes and glossy lips are just the right choices for this Pink Banarasi Lehenga.
See also: Green Bridal Lehenga
Pastel Pink Banarasi Lehenga
Who says, Banarasi needs to be ‘heavy’ both in terms of fabric and colour? Well, have you tried the PAstels in the fabric? You will be pleasantly surprised to discover the kind of elegance and sheen the fabric offers to the choice of the Pastel Pink shade used.
Bookmark this look, as it offers the regal allure to the Indian bride, where richness is not loud. The Pastel Pink Banarasi Lehenga along with a blouse with intricate work done all over in the same fabric is a stunning combination. Team this up with a nice Netted dupatta in the same Pastel shade with heavy borders.
Team this up with diamonds, as the Stone, is the ultimate symbol of quality and heritage. As for the makeup, you can go overboard with the lip shade, as it is a wedding after all. Lastly, don’t forget some fresh flowers in the same or similar shade of Pastel Pink Banarasi Lehenga for your hair; or the recommendation is a tiny bunch of Baby Pink Roses.
Orange and Pink Banarasi Lehenga
Strange?Too much? Too Loud? Well, not at all. Not many know this, but the best way to wear Orange is to pair it up with Pink. As the Banarasi fabric itself is so rich, it offers the universal Golden gleam that unifies both colours.
Here, we are suggesting a nice Orange Banarasi blouse worn on top of the Pink Banarasi Lehenga skirt. However, the best part of the attire is to complete the look with the same Pink Banarasi Dupatta as well. The final look is breathtaking, as it makes sure that you look every inch the regal bride that you are.
Team this up with Green contrasting jewellery, that offers an outstanding look. BE sure to secure your hair in a bridal bun and encircle this with some fresh Jasmine Gajraa. As for your makeup, since you are using two very loud colours, it is suggested that you keep it dewy yet subtle.
The Two-Tone Dupatta with Pink Banarasi Lehenga
Don’t we just love a break from the monotony? Well, here is your chance to wear two different shades of colour in a single Dupatta. Also, known as the Two-Tone or dual-tone dupatta; the creation comprises two different colour tones in the dupatta along with some beautifully detailed embroidery work done all over.
The Lehenga and the Choli are in the same fabric and ‘Mithai Pink’ shade along with Golden thread and needlework done all over. As for the blouse or the choli, you can keep it sleeveless, if it suits your sensibilities.
Team this up with nice traditional Gold bridal jewellery and you are going to end up breathtaking. As for the makeup, you can go ‘total bridal’ on this one.
The Banarasi Silk is among the pride of India. The fabric is a piece of art, that can take from 15 days to almost a month to complete a single Saree or dress material. The speciality of the Banarasi Silk is the use of gold and silver brocade or Zari embroidery done all over it.
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Made of woven Silk, and intricate design, the Banarasi Silk is heavy. The interweaving creates floral motifs, Kalga, Bel, Jhallar, Small figures, Jaal, and sometimes metallic visual effects.
The Banarasi Silk Handloom industry is a thriving sector in India and serves as a major source of Bridal wear. This fabric is an asset that every Indian woman possesses, and can also be handed down to the next generation. Its fine richness and quality help preserve the textile, hence making it an evergreen choice.
Likewise, the Pink Banarasi Lehenga is a favourite choice for the Brides, as both the colour and the fabric are a perfect pick for the wedding. The Banarasi silk can single-handedly transform any girl into a royal bride in no time; with minimum effort, jewellery and also makeup.