IF THESE COLOURS ARE NOT A PART OF YOUR WEDDING TROUSSEAU THEN YOU ARE NOT A TRUE INDIAN BRIDE
Like there are some style that never go out of fashion, similarly, there are some colours that can never go apart from the Indian weddings. Though the trend has changed, people have become a lot more experimental, yet we come across these hues over and over again. In fact, it is still commonly said that if these colours are not a part of your wedding trousseau then you are not a true Indian Bride. You know how it is.
Well, enough said and done, let us now see what are those colours that still ignite our inner Bridal Self 😉
Ah – Red!
Whether it’s a saree or a lehenga, Bollywood celebrity or Aam-Janta, red is the colour for all the brides, by the brides, and of the brides. We can never ever stop going GaGa over this colour, at least not on the wedding for sure. Next?
Another most loved colour – neither touched by time nor by age! Blue is indeed the next most common colour we come across in any Indian weddings till today.
Green Green Ever Green
Seriously you do not have anything green in your wedding trousseau??? Don’t be surprised if you get such kind of an expression from your closed ones. After all, it is the colour you’re most expected to have in your wedding wardrobe – either in the form of a saree or a lehenga.
Yayyy – Yellow
Yellow, yellow dirty fellow says no bride ever! They may rhyme the phrase on the other days but when it comes to a wedding, it is the colour they first lay they hand on. Yeah, right, especially for the haldi ceremony.
Last but not the least – Pink
Whether it’s a Punjabi wedding or a South Indian wedding, you are sure to spot the bride in pink. After all, this hue is considered the “Girls’ most favourite colour”. So, how do you expect this shade to be not a part of their W-Day? Also, don’t be surprised if you find all pink theme in any wedding for complementing their bridal attire. Yes, it’s that favourite colour of a girl!