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Boldest Colours Real Brides Wore On Their Mehendi!

BY Sakshi Saxena | 23 Mar, 2019

We love a bride who tries out a hue like never before- might be a common colour like green or yellow but just a difference in the hue- brighter or lighter can make such a difference! Here are some pretty brides who rocked some amazing offbeat outfits which really grabbed our attention. So if you're looking for inspiration for some for an offbeat mehendi hue, then here's just what you need!

Lime green #forthewin!

Image via Preksha & Mukul (Ludhiana); Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee★ 4.9

This bride with her sage green lehenga

Image via Jodi Clickers★ 5 ; Lehenga by Rahul Mishra

This pretty purple lehenga with a hint of green!

Image via Malvika Periwal Photography ; Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee★ 4.9

This bride in her ultraviolet lehenga!

Image via Ishita & Aman (Shimla); Lehenga by Akanksha Gajria Label

Or augbergine that's so deep and pretty!

Image via Namrata & Tarun (Turkey); Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee★ 4.9

Slate grey which is so pretty with the florals!

Image via Upasana & Akshansh (Delhi); Lehenga by Varun Bahl

Sunshine yellow that's nice and bright!

Image via Ritika and Akshay (Delhi); Lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee★ 4.9

Living Coral that's super happy!

Image via Mansi and Sagar (Mussourie); Lehenga by Shivan & Narresh

Powder blue which looks so amazing!

Image via Astha and Devesh's Wedding; Lehenga by Anamika Khanna

Bright green plus a lot of sparkle!

Image via Karishma & Karan (Delhi)

Lavender which is so nice and subtle!

Image via Chandini & Vardhan (Hyderabad); Lehenga by Anamika Khanna★ 5

 

ALSO READ: 20 Real Brides Who Wore Anything But Green & Yellow On Their Mehendi!

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