Indian weddings are celebrated for days with so many functions like sangeet, mehendi, haldi, wedding, etc. The popularity of Indian weddings is all across the globe now and many foreigners prefer having an Indian wedding with all that band, baja and baratis. If you are soon getting married in Indian style and want some matching bride groom outfit ideas then we are here to help you. Below we have presented some of the best outfits that can be worn at different wedding functions by the bride and the groom.
Bride and Groom Matching Outfit Ideas
1. Boho Bride Groom Outfit for Sangeet
Boho theme is very much in trend these days, infact many couple loves to have this theme at one of their wedding functions. If you are looking for some cool boho couple outfit for wedding then check out the image for outfit reference. The groom can wear a simple kurta pajama and layer it up with a nice boho jacket with silver work whereas the bride can opt for a three piece sharara and top with a layered jacket, all in boho vibe.
2. Vibrant Contemporary Bride Groom Outfit for Wedding
Those who want an Indian wedding but a bit hatke from the traditional style, they can opt for unique and colourful outfits. Check out this one for reference, the bride looks amazing in a sky blue halter neck lehenga and the pink colour floral embroidered patterns are adding a perfect pop of colour to the look. The groom’s sherwani also looks quite vibrant with sky blue colour base with colourful multiple floral and birds design.
3. Mirror Work Bride Groom Matching Outfit for Haldi
If you don’t want a yellow colour coordinated haldi outfit for your wedding then you can choose this type of white mirror work kurta for groom and yellow mirror work lehenga for the bride. The mirror work will perfectly balance the otherwise simple white kurta or lehenga.
4. It’s All White : The Saree and The Sherwani
Times are changing and so is the colour themes used in Indian weddings. The colour white and ivory is now preferred by many Indian brides for their big day. If you are a minimalist bride then you can choose this type of simple white saree with muted colour floral embroidered designs and pair a long veil along with it to cover your head.
5. Pastel Hues are the New Reds and Maroons
Today’s bride and groom wants subtle and elegant look for their wedding. Instead of dark red and pinks, they choose soft and subtle pastel hues like mint green, peach, baby pink, sky blue, aqua, etc. If you are some who wants a minimalist wedding look for your big day then you can take reference form the above image.