Choosing the right Mehndi Outfits to wear on your wedding day will be one of the most important decisions you make as a bride-to-be, and selecting your Mehndi Outfits will be equally important. In addition to helping you look and feel great on your big day, your Mehndi Outfits will also serve as the perfect accessory to complement whatever look you choose for your wedding dress! We’ve gathered together some stunning outfits from some of our favorite brands that you can use as inspiration while choosing your own mehndi style. Which one would you pick?
Half-Sleeve Mehndi Outfits:
The half-sleeve style is popular in India and Pakistan because it makes it easy to get henna designs in just about any location, no matter how public. It’s also very similar to a bridal outfit that you might want to wear during your wedding reception, which means you can use your mehendi as inspiration and wear it again. For instance, if you’re getting traditional henna decorations done during a ceremony or a party before your wedding, then chances are they’ll be visible on your upper arms throughout your big day. This means you might as well play with color and add some embellishments to make them look more like an outfit than just temporary tattoos.
Anarkali Suit with Statement Jewellery:
Anarkali suits are perfect if you’re looking to make a big statement. For example, jewellery can be worn as an accessory without comprising on modesty. From ornate headpieces, or dangling earrings to heavy necklaces and super chunky bracelets – there are all sorts of accessories that can really complement your outfit. Opting for a bridal look by wearing an over-the-top pair of earrings can add drama without being too overbearing. Anarkali suits have traditionally been associated with Indian wedding attire; however, it is a timeless piece that never goes out of style. So while they may not be considered bridal wear anymore (aside from ceremonies), they still make great outfits in general!
Ethnic Dress in Silver:
Traditional South Asian clothing is known for its embellishments and rich colors. This festive, ethnic dress uses silver thread to outline and enhance a beautiful floral pattern. As such, it is perfectly paired with colorful mehndi patterns and bold makeup designs. Women of all ages will look absolutely stunning in it—perfectly ready to celebrate with friends at a festive wedding or mehndi ceremony. Whether you’re hosting a fun-filled party or just want to feel like a princess on your special day, our dazzling range of women’s dresses is sure to have something for you.
The glittering gold thread enhances an intricate paisley design that complements any color palette beautifully. A deep red sari looks incredible against its regal hues while black eyeliner adds depth and definition to an otherwise simple outfit. It’s not hard to see why gold has long been associated with royalty: few things are as majestic as gold threads woven into traditional Mehndi Outfits!
Embroidered Red Saree Mehndi Outfits:
For a vibrant wedding, try out an embroidered red saree in bold gold or silver. You can choose to wear heavy jewelry and danglers that compliment your outfit, but steer clear of traditional white gold if you want to add a traditional touch. Opt for a colored stone like blue diamond or garnet instead. A matching blouse with a V-neckline will make you look classy without making you look overdone. This outfit is ideal if you are planning on attending a Western-style wedding after your Indian ceremony—you will look perfect at both!
Mehndi Outfits with Chiffon Dupatta:
This stunning embroidered chiffon dupatta is one of a kind. We love how it highlights your waist, accentuating your curves in an elegant way that doesn’t overpower you or look like it’s on top of you. This outfit makes a statement, but it lets you be the star of that statement. Wear with heels to complete a gorgeous bridal look. You can also wear it again and again when going out at night with friends! The choice is yours!
Semi-Stitched Lehenga with Embroidery:
For Indian weddings, many women like to wear traditional Indian outfits in order to feel connected to their heritage. A very popular choice is a long semi-stitched lehenga with an embroidered border. These dresses are often worn with a cotton or silk dupatta or scarf and can be worn by bridesmaids or mothers of both bride and groom. You’ll want to find one that has intricate embroidery on it, as opposed to simple sequins, in order to make sure it matches your special day. Additionally, these look good when paired with other elements from your wedding décor, such as multicolored roses or peacock feathers. Prices vary based on material; you can find them from $25 – $150 depending on where you shop.
Heavy Sequinned Mehndi Outfits:
Sequinned designs are at their best when they’re heavy and laden with sparkle. The heavier your overall sequinned designs, the more lavish and opulent you’ll look. If you’re wearing winter Mehndi Outfits, try layering heavy, chunky sequinned cardigans over a slim-fitting sequinned gown. For your reception outfit, opt for a floor-length glittering silver gown with lots of dangling tassels that hang from your waistline; long sleeves will add an extra element of elegance to an otherwise sexy number.
Boho Chic Maxi Skirt:
Maxi skirts are a popular choice, with several different options you can use to create an alluring look that is perfect for your special day. Pair a maxi skirt with leggings and a crop top, or try out a flowy, elegant style to give yourself an eye-catching look. To complete your Mehndi Outfits, add on statement earrings, some killer heels and a gold clutch bag.
For bridesmaids looking to complement their bride’s unique wedding attire without stealing her spotlight, pick out long-sleeved chiffon maxis with dazzling beadwork details. If you’re planning a destination wedding, opt for a flowing maxi in rich jewel tones such as deep purple or royal blue. The best part about wearing a maxi skirt? It’s so easy to wear! Just slip it on over your legs and go—no need to worry about messing up your hair or makeup. You’ll also have plenty of room to move around during your big day, which will make dancing and partying even more fun.