For the mehendi ceremony which has an unspoken floral theme the look I have selected is from the latest Varun Bahl couture collection displayed at the ICW. It is a floor length A-line lehenga in teal and light pink, the lehenga is a part of the Vintage Garden collection. It is heavily embellished with floral motifs and sequence embroidery. The reason I picked out this outfit is because it perfectly describes the mood of the mehendi ceremony and it also defines the taste of a modern day bride who is independent, confident, well-travelled and yet has a certain coy demeanour that is the mark of a bride.
The lehenga is truly a floral fantasy come true and the colour palette is in light pastel shades which is perfect for a day event and the heavy embellishments make up for the lack of jewellery. The overall look of the bride has to be minimalistic with hair tied up in a tight bun and nude make up. Another plus point is the halter neckline of the blouse as it will enable the bride to get the auspicious henna painted on her hands without any worries.