The month of August kick-started with the sixth edition of the Vogue Wedding Show 2018 in Delhi. The Vogue Wedding Show is one of the most talked about wedding exhibitions in India that, no bride to be would ever want to miss. But, in case you missed it, we are here to taking you back and sharing the bridal trends that you might have missed.

It was a three-day luxury wedding exhibition curated by Vogue India, which concluded on the 5th August at Taj Palace, New Delhi. The wedding exhibition had displays from the most sought-after designers, jewelers and businessmen of the wedding industry like Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahiliani, Anita Dongre, Shantanu & Nikhil, Gaurav Gupta, Rahul Mishra, Jade by Monica & Karishma, Falguni Shane Peacock, and Shyamal & Bhumika. Jewellers list included Amaya by Kantilal Chhotalal, Anmol, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jaipur, Farah Khan Fine Jewellery, Forevermark, Hazoorilal by Sandeep Narang, Hazoorilal Legacy, House Of Surana By Pankaj Surana, Jaipur Jewels, Nirakara Jewels, Occasions Fine Jewellery, Raj Mahtani Couture Jewels, Renu Oberoi Luxury Jewellery, Sunita Shekhawat – Jaipur, Studio Rêves, and The House of MBj and many more.

Bringing you some stunning bridal trends to look out from the Vogue Wedding Show. Binge on:

1. Mint Green To Overpower The Reds

Anaita Shroff Adajania, the  Fashion Director of Vogue India discussed about her dream bridal look and what will trend this wedding season. According to her,  mint green will be a big hit this wedding season.

Check out some more tips from Anaita Shroff Adajania here.

2. The Double Toned Dupattas

‘Diary of a Rajkumari’ collection by Anita Dongre can make a bride pull off a double toned dupatta quite well for their wedding. Just like this dupatta which has a tint of icy blue. This can turn a traditional bride look quite modern on her D-day.

3. Capes And 3D Embroidery

Every bride wants a Tarun Tahiliani in her wardrobe and these stunning capes with beautiful 3D flower motifs are something any bride can take off quite well.

4. The Gorgeous Ruffles

It’s time to move over the mainstream A-line gowns and pick up structured gowns by Gaurav Gupta. And, the ruffles are making it perfect for a destination wedding. This is not it, even Shyamal & Bhumika came up with ruffle lehengas in their recent collection. Manish Malhotra’s ruffled blouses will make a traditional lehenga give an Indo western look to the brides this wedding season.

5. Multicolored Lehenga & Ruffled Dupatta

Manish Malhotra has come up with the bridal trend that every modern bride-to-be will love to wear. The multicolored lehenga with ruffle dupatta and tassel lehenga is an amazing bridal trend this season.

6. The Meenakari Bridal Jewellery By Hazoorilal

The Meenakari is coming back in trend with pastel tones, pearl strings, and tasseled jewellery. And, who can ignore the bridal jewellery trend when it is coming from Hazoorilal.

7. Ivory Doing The Magic

Falguni Shane Peacock and JADE by Monika and Karishma brought ivory bridal lehengas in their recent collection. It seems the ivory is the biggest bridal trends of 2018 that is going to ditch the reds and pinks.

8. The Fringe Blouses

The fringe blouses are doing the rounds this wedding season. With Falguni Shane Peacock the trend is certainly going to rise after their recent wedding collection.

9. Redefining The Traditional Indian Outfit With Black

Sabyasachi has always been bride’s first choice when it comes to opting for a bridal lehenga. And, after he introduced the blacks in his bridal collection, the brides are going to love wearing him.

Check out Sabyasachi’s recent red collection

10. Playing With The Threads

Rahul Mishra is seen playing well with embroidered thread work in his latest collection. The multicolored sequin work on bridal colors like red and pinks can be another bridal trend to look out for.

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