5 Stunning Bridal Gowns For Wedding Reception In India

Are you facing confusion about choosing a dress for your wedding reception? No worries our dear bridies, we are here to set you free of the dress crises. Indian weddings are spread over the number of days with different functions and as a bride, you will be wearing outfits like Saree, Lehenga, and Anarkali Suit. Therefore it is necessary to break the monotony of traditional wedding apparel and wear something fresh on the last wedding function i.e. the reception.

The wedding reception takes place post the marriage ceremony where you and your husband will be meeting guests for the first time as a couple. So you need to dress in an impeccable manner to wow the crowd and a gown will help you achieve that reaction. Below we have compiled a list of top five wedding gowns which are perfect for the wedding reception in India.

  • Crop Top and Gown Skirt
Crop tops have taken over the bridal wear market by storm. The fresh and young vibes of this unique combination have made it a hit amongst young girls. Unlike a traditional blouse and Lehenga; this outfit has a western appeal due to the different styles of the crop top and the color options like peach, light pink, mint green, lemony yellow, etc. Crop tops are available in different fabrics like net, net with embroidery, silk, etc depending upon your preference.
  • Anarkali Gown
A perfect admixture of Indian and Western style, Anarkali gowns were and are still a hot favorite of leading film actresses. From Aishwarya Rai to Kareena Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor to Deepika Padukone, these ladies swear-by heavily embellished Anarkali gowns for reception functions. The best way to wear such dress is by tucking the Dupatta with a slim belt made of same fabric. This will give an effect of A-Line gown which is clinched from the bust area.
 
  • Trail Sleeves Gown
Do you want to weave magic in the reception function? This A-line gown with long-trail sleeves will help you in spreading the charm and leave everyone wanting for more. To add some Indian touch to the outfit, we recommend opting for a fabric which has embroidery. You can also ask the designer to add some hidden messages for an emotional touch. Depending upon your choices, the dress can either be sleeveless with trails falling from the shoulder or have mega-sleeves with trail running from hands.
 

  • Saree Gown
Not every bride is comfortable wearing western style gowns and it is totally understandable – after all, the first rule of fashion is to feel confident and comfortable. For such brides, designer of Bridal Wear in bangalore came up with the idea of a gown in the form of a Saree. This type of dress usually consists of a flared skirt with a body fitted top and is covered from the front like a Saree drape which falls behind. These Saree gowns come in a plethora of color and design options like off-shoulder, full sleeves, sleeveless, etc.
 
  • Ball Gown
Remember Aishwarya Rai and her powder-blue ball gown from Cannes 2017? She inspired so many soon-to-be brides for living their Cinderella moment on the reception day. If you are not comfortable with an off-shoulder design then ball gowns also look gorgeous with mega or ruffled sleeves. One thing which you should keep in mind before purchasing a ball gown is that you will not be able to dance much as the movements will get restricted. If you are comfortable with sitting and enjoying the show then opt for this dress and feel like a Queen on your big day.
 

These were our five favorite gown options which every bride must try for her upcoming wedding reception. If you are interested in exploring such designs but do not know about designer shops selling these outfits then we are there to help you. Visit Shaadidukaan which is India’s leading online wedding market where you will find thousands of registered bridal wear shops.
 

 

 
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