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South Indian Couples Who Coordinated Their Outfits On Their Wedding!

BY Apoorva | 08 Jun, 2018 | 28205 views | 2 min read

Co-ordinating outfits with your bridesmaids? Now co-ordinate them with your groom too! Here are some stunning south Indian couples who rocked the matching trend.

Image via Aanchal Dhara Photography★ 5

Loving how they co-ordinated the bridal blue on the borders of his stole, dhoti and turban!

Image via LightBucket Productions

This couple designed the groom’s stole with the embroidery of the bridal saree. How unique!

Image via LightBucket Productions ; Outfit By: Soumya Nandivada

If you want to go minimal then take a note of this couple that matched the turban to the saree!

Image via Pixelstory.in★ 5

A stunning canary Nehru jacket with motifs to match the bride’s beautiful tassled lehenga

Image via LightBucket Productions ; Outfit By: Soumya Nandivada

They matched the blues to the tee!

Image via Pooja & Rajesh's Real Wedding

Created his stole which matched her bridal saree border. What’s more, they matched the décor too!

Image via Bhavya & Teja's Real Wedding

A little bit of yellow love

Image via Story by Dharma Tej

We loved how they kept the gold palatte and designed these unique outfits

Image via Morvi Images Photography★ 5

Matched her lehenga to the exact same shade! How Pretty!

Image via Arushi & Karthik's Real Wedding 

The one where the bride's colour is embroidered into the groom's design

Purple in Style

The Minimalist couple

Pic via photography by Dinesh Mahadevan

Which one did you love the most?

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