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Floral Umbrella Entries That Made Us Go Weak In The Knees!

BY Garvita | 28 Jan, 2020 | 40315 views | 3 min read

Despite being insanely pretty, getting a phoolon ki chadar that you have always dreamed of can be a dicey task! And we all know, it comes with an exorbitant price. So how about giving it a miss and opting for a cutesy substitute, instead? We are talking about - 'Floral Umbrellas'! After spotting a gazillion nouveau, real brides & grooms picking awe-inspiring umbrellas with gorgeous floral details, we thought of deep diving and curating the best amongst the rest for you all.

With intimate affairs being all about creating a huge impact with simpler elements, we cannot leave the 'bridal entry' behind!  Scroll down to catch a glimpse of coronial brides walking down the aisle with a floral umbrella, and looking absolutely gorgeous. If you've been wanting to bid the 'phoolon ki chadar' a goodbye, let this be a sign ;)

Obsessing over this beautiful snapshot of a bride and her bromaids walking down the aisle under a minimal, bloomy umbrella!

Image via Instagram 

Still can't get over this lit AF bridal entry that trended hard on Instagram

Image via Gopika & Viraj

Always wanted a pink theme for your wedding? Then, this is how your bridal umbrella should look like

Image via The Wedding Files 

OMG, the Princess Jasmine vibes are hard to ignore! Did you notice the same?

Image via roshinidaswani

Oh-so-pretty vividness! You've got to save this one for later

Image via Shades Photography

Incase you want to go BIG for your intimate celebration, a bridal entry with an  umbrella like this would be absolutely magical

Image via Marine Weddings

Make an impactful entry at your intimate Mehndi celebration with a floral umbrella

Image via Knotting Bells

Still can’t decide what do we love more - the couple's coordinated powder-blue outfits or the umbrella with gardenia feels 

Image via Reels and Frames

Ditching the fabric and adorning the frame with leaves and roses added a glamorous vibe to this couple entry!

Image via Unicorn Wedding Planners

A simple lace umbrella was taken a notch higher with hanging roses! Great DIY idea, ladies

Image via @doctorbloggerwedding

Use vivid hues, instead! Totally hearting over this couple's entry on their Mehndi day

Image via Naman Verma Photography

And this one surely exudes that offbeat vibe! Psstt.. compliments the couple's attire as well. 

Image via Sandeep & Natasha

If OTT is not your thing, simply pick a transparent umbrella with orchids! Minimalism at its peak

Image via @mr.andmrs.weddingplanner

That jaal work floral umbrella left us awestruck! Worthy of all the attention

Image via Anushka & Shilp

Talking about getting crafty, try DIY paper flowers and go all out.

Image via Anushka & Shilp

An Ola Kuda (Palm-leaf umbrella) with floral tassels looks elegant, to say the least

Image via @screenastarphotography_

This one truly give modern maharani feels!

Image via Shades Photography

Instead of decorating the umbrella, it was filled with rose petals and captured at the right moment

Image via Weva Photography

You can never go wrong with lace & pastel hues

Image via Savleen & Harman

Keeping it traditional and wow!

Image via shribha.events

The monotone details make this one stand out

Image via Beyond the Decor by Cerin Antony

Adding a pop of colour to the couple's outfit

Image via Studio Kelly Photography

Dreamy, aren't they? Would you give phoolon ki chadar a miss, and opt for a floral umbrella, instead? Do let us know in the comments below.

ALSO READ - How Many Interesting Ways Can You Use Umbrellas? Too Many!

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