Bookmark These 15+ Pretty Latkan Ideas To Include In Your Bridal Lehengas!
BY Chandni Kumar | 14 Nov, 2018
After all it's a small accessory that won't matter much, right? Wrong! Decked up gorgeously in a red or a pastel lehenga with dazzling jewellery that is twinkling all the way looks all so dreamy, but it's the nitty-gritty details that can make or break the look! We are talking about latkans! Latkans as bridal accessory are something that you cannot just ignore. Giving utmost importance to your lehenga and adding that oomph factor, latkans are as necessary as anything else to your bridal look! So, here we have curated the most prettiest and some craziest bridal latkans that you should DEF include in your wedding lehenega or saree pallu to add that stylish factor!
Love animal motifs? Add them to your bridal lehenga!
From cute little elephants to bird motifs how about including these adorable beauties to your bridal lehenga, blouse or saree
Image via: Deepthi Balagiri
Image via: Deepthi Balagiri
Or, Get a bead work in your latkan!
Thinking to wear a plain bridal lehenga or an embroidered one? Pick a beaded latkan that will accentuate to your lehenga!
Cute bicycle latkan for a hatke bride!
If you're a quirky bride like I am, then this cute bicycle latkan is for you. Making your bridal lehenga more adorable and prettier add a single piece of accessory to make an interesting outfit!
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#Trendy couple names on latkans!
If you're following WedMeGood we are sure that you must have spotted Yuvika Chaudhary wearing a gorgeous red lehenga with persoanlised latkans that went viral all the way. PS. You can include both your names, date of wedding, wedding hashtag, personalised quotes, etc. to make an interesting latkan for your wedding lehenga!
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Quirky latkan ideas that are DEF out-of-the-box!
Looks that couple name on latkan or your wedding hashtag will be overdone? You can instead include bows, quirky latkans, gottapatti & pearls, etc.
Obsessed with hearts & butterflies? Include them as a latkan!
If you're a bride-to-be who is obsessed with hearts and butterflies ensure to pick these beauties on your lehenga, blouse or saree pallu!
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Different shapes & sizes to include in your latkan!
Honestly, when I spotted these latkans I just got mad over all of them! From pretty bright latkans to pastel ones pick them in different shapes and sizes to add that quirkiness in your outfit!
Unique dream-catcher latkan
No, we're not talking about dream-catchers in decor (not that you can't include!). We found this very interesting yet quirky dream catcher latkan that is really cool to include in your mehendi or sangeet lehenga!
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Fabric tassels that will never go out of fashion!
We won't lie but yes are hearts melt down when we spot tassels! Making an outfit look stylish yet pretty get these fabric tassels to your saree pallu and lehenga for your wedding outfits!
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Or, else get these floral and jaali cut tassels instead!
Floral latkans with pastel lehenga!
You would definitely agree with us that 2018 was a season of beautiful ivory, off-beat and pastel colors that were seen on Indian brides. In case, if you're planning to wear a candy colored lehenga, then make sure to add a pastel floral latkan like this one!
Bridal Wear: Sejal Kanoi
Cute gottapatti latkans with colorful beads!
Who said they are out of fashion. Coming into trend again gottapatti is a one-stop-shop for your bridal accessories. Be it including them as floral jewellery for mehendi or adding them as bridal latkans with colorful pom poms, beads and pearls this bridal accessory will be perfect to include in your brial lehenga!
Cos kaleere latkan can be too much of fun!
OMG! Can you believe that we can also include bridal kaleere in a lehenga? No, right? While you will look like a diva in your bridal lehenga & pairing up with some dazzling jewellery ensure to pick some extra kaleere and tug them as latkans to your lehenga outfit!
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Lotus pin motifs with pearl beads & pom poms!
OMG! If you're in LOVE with lotus flower, then don't forget to include these latkans to your wedding lehenga!
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A stunning mirror work latkan with tassels, gottapatti, pompoms!
It's true that a mirror work can totally uplift an outfit! Pick gorgeous pieces of mirror work latkan with pretty tassels, beads, pom poms, gota work, etc. to add that shine to your wedding lehenga!
Even, include these cuties (Parrots) to your bridal lehenga!
Aren't these cuties adorable? Just look at these birds and parrots that are pretty for bridal latkans. Be it wearing them on blouse or tugging them on your bridal lehenga we DEF LOVE them for sure!
#Trendsetter tassels coming your way!
They are simple, easy to handle (cos they don't stick to your clothes), and looks super-stylish and elegant while wearing. Whether you want to wear them as earrings or bridal latkans these #trendytassels are a YES to get them pinned in your lehenga! To make it more interesting you can pick colorful or pastel tassels or go all the way to metallic latkans!
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Anyone for Pom Poms?
Goes really well with tassels you too can pick pom poms as latkans for your wedding. DIY: To make your own bridal latkan pick some woolen balls of your choice so that you can mix and match your latkan with your lehenga!
Double not trouble! Pom Poms with tassels!
If you LOVE both tassels & pom poms, then get these beauties included in your latkan. From colorful tassels to cute hanging pom poms these type of bridal latkan is a Yes for a winter wedding!
Bridal Wear: Citrine Kolkata
Simplicity at its best! Go for traditional or ornate style latkans!
Brides! It's completely fine if you don't want to experiment much with your outfit. Get a pretty traditional style latkan with beads and pom poms for your wedding lehenga to create that simple yet elegant look!
Wedding Planner: Olivestree
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Want to include all of them in your bridal lehenga? Which latkan will you prefer for your bridal lehenga?