Blue is the new red for the Urban Brides!

Every millennial girl wants to include blue in her wedding wardrobes! Modern brides are breaking the monotony by ditching red and pink wedding lehengas and boldly flaunting blue…!

Gone are the days when red was the only option when it came to wedding lehengas. With limitless possibility being experimented in the Indian bridal fashion scene these days, brides-to-be are too expanding their preferences, especially when it comes to choosing the colors of their wedding attires.

They are going beyond reds and pinks and experimenting with different shades of blues! One of the reasons being that fabric like silk, velvet and raw silk look extremely lavish and gorgeous in blue color. Blue lehengas are for the brides who plan to give an edgy look to their traditional attires. This is why in recent years, most of the brides are seen wearing blue lehengas for their wedding, engagement, receptions and even sangeet parties. Let’s look into these elegant shades of blue in details and we assure you that these gorgeous blue lehengas will surely make you change your mind!

Dare to Wear Midnight Blues

Dark blue hues like midnight, royal and navy are the most preferred choice for evening receptions. This lehenga is also fit for cocktail parties. A magnificent dark blue lehenga with heavy gold embroidery or intricate sequins detailing is a complete show-stopper!  

Enchanting Powder Blue

If you are looking to flaunt something unique, a gorgeous soft pastel blue lehenga with intricate work is a perfect choice. This gorgeous lust-worthy offbeat palette of pastel and powder blue gives a princess feel to the bride. It’s unique, feminine and super soothing. Add a touch of sequins and mirrors to give it an edge to this calming charm of a color.

Eye-pleasing turquoise

A refreshing turquoise blue lehenga can never fail to impress! An out-of-this-world turquoise blue bridal lehenga with matte gold detailing gives an oomph factor to your look. There is nothing more glamorous than a vibrant turquoise blue lehenga embellished with sequins and intricate zari work… simply stunning and gorgeous!

Rule the Roost with Sky Blue

How can one say no to this scintillating sky blue. This lightest shade of blue is perfect for reception or evening functions. It looks refreshing, soothing and has a chic vibes to it.. no doubt why the new-age brides are swooning over this color. 

A perfect marriage of colors  

A bride clad in a mesmeric blue flared lehenga detailed with gold motifs paired with a contrast pink, beige or peach dupatta, what a spectacular combination of grace, charm and elegance. Take this bridal look a notch above with striking jewels. A lot of blue and a little bit of pink – this glamorous combination is perfect for the wedding morning. It is definitely heavy but worth it! A hint of bling does no harm…!

There is no doubt why blue has become an uber cool choice for brides all over the world. Get your dose of inspiration and pick this offbeat hue for at least one of your wedding ceremonies. So, what are you waiting for, ace the stunning bridal look with these gorgeous shades of blues….!


Launched in 1979 with a vision to become a one stop destination for all fashion needs, today Rajwadi has developed a unique identity reflecting the ancient traditions with contemporary vocabulary. Renowned for its exclusive women’s, men’s and kid’s wear, having distinctive use of colors, quality of fabrics, intricate embroideries and a gloriously rich Indian aesthetic. Effortless style, authenticity and customer comfort are the core of the brand’s philosophy. These positive values shine through at every level. We believe in making every customer feel good so that they look good. The brand perfectly fills the gap between the western and traditional cultures with fun and fashionable element that appeal.

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