Brides Who Wore Their Wedding Look A Little Differently For Their Receptions!
BY Apoorva | 19 Sep, 2019 | 100504 views | 2 min read
Your wedding outfit is the dream outfit! You have hunted down boutiques, designer stores, gone for endless fittings and trials and then this beautiful outfit has come into being. But all you wear it to is one event. So when these brides took it upon themselves to style their wedding look a little differently for the reception, we loved it! It saves you oodles of money, less time consuming (especially if you have an immediate reception) and gives you a lot of options to play with! Take a leaf out of these bridal-reception looks that we fell in love with.
Ivory Lehenga With Benarasi Dupatta
Image via Cute Alibaug Wedding
This bride ditched her head-dupatta and left her hair loose for her reception as compared to her wedding look.
Giving this Sabya Lehenga A Twist!
Image via Snehi and Bhagya's Real Wedding
This real bride who wore this gorgeous floral lehenga, said goodbye to her mathapatti, head dupatta and said hello to lovely voluminous hair for her reception look!
Two Dresses In One!
Image via EPICSTORIES
This fun bride took things up a notch by wearing an adorable white mini under her magnificent wedding gown, which she changed post the wedding nuptials!
Blogger Bride Aayushi Gave Her Wedding Look A Twist!
Image via Aayushi and Smaran's Real Wedding
Even the smallest of changes can transform the entire wedding look like blogger bride Aayushi did by letting go off the head dupatta, maangtika and opting for loose, romantic curls for the tight bun!
Change the drape!
Image via Nikita and Nakuls' Real Wedding
While a change of hairstyle is the simplest of changes a bride can make, this gorgeous bride changed her drape style and deleted one dupatta from the mix which we loved!
The Dil Guldasta Bride!
Image via Prachi & Dev's Real Wedding
While this Sabya lehenga was one of the most popular ones from the last wedding season, this bride pulled not one but two looks from the same lehenga. For the wedding one, she went with a double dupatta drape plus traditional look. For the reception, she wore the dupatta differently, pulled her hair into a stylish high ponytail-style hairstyle and changed her jewellery up. So unique!