20 Traditional Indian couple wedding dresses

Indian couple wedding dresses

When it’s about Indian couple wedding dresses, no one thinks of experimenting. Every bride and groom wants to make it sure that they will look their best on their D-day. The couples discuss things and often go for shopping together to find their wedding ensemble. On the wedding day, every pair wants to look like made for each other. But many times in doing so, they fail to create their own charm and end up looking either very dull or very loud.  The tip for the day is that beauty lies in effortlessly balancing the things.

We hope that this post will clear all your doubts and will enable you to make wise decisions while shopping for your wedding dress. Here we have come up with 20 great ideas on how to pair up with your better half on the D-day.


20 matching Indian couple wedding dresses


1: Matching the hues:

The groom has worn perfectly matched kurta with bride’s Saree. To balance this he has worn an off white overcoat.

Indian couple wedding dresses


2: Pinch of color:

A colorful stole with an ivory kurta can do all the magic that you need to team up with your better half.

Indian couple wedding dresses


3: complementing each other:

If you are wearing something like this, dark color lehenga with contrasting border. Then groom has got two options for picking a color for his turban and stole. He can either pick the main color or look for the secondary one.

Indian couple wedding dresses

4: Moving in synchronization:

While picking a color from each others dress, the color needs to be perfectly matched. A slight change in the shade may change your perfect couple look.

Indian couple wedding dresses


5: Reversing the hues:

Want to try something new then pick the maroon sherwani for groom and look for off white lehenga for the bride. A subtle detailing in bride’s attire with maroon color has made a perfect pair with groom dress.

Indian couple wedding dresses


6: Matching your accessories:

When you are making a style statement with your jewelry, then to highlight it you can ask your partner to wear the same color stole.

Indian couple wedding dresses


7: Dipped in pastels:

Best way to pair pastel colors. Pastel colors are a good choice for couples who are having day wedding. The bride and groom can also look for different pastel colors.

Indian couple wedding dresses


8: The bold gold:

You can use gold as a common color and wear it with different bold colors that makes the great contrasting effect. Like a bride can go for red and groom can look for purple or green.

Indian couple wedding dresses


9: Be the sunshine:

The groom can also match with the colorful embroidery in bride’s dress.

Indian couple wedding dresses



10: Stick to one:

Groom can also match with the color of the bride’s blouse. This trick works everytime.

Indian couple wedding dresses


11: Contrasting each other:

Sabyasachi needs no explanation. The outfit itself speaks about how beautifully the colors  have been blended with each other.

Indian couple wedding dresses


12: Adding the prints:

You can also look for same label outfits or look for customized wedding outfits. For a designer it becomes quite easy to design both the dresses together and team them perfectly.

Indian couple wedding dresses


13: When in doubt go for Ivory:

To balance the bold colors of the bride dress, groom can look for ivory, off white or beige color.

Indian couple wedding dresses


14: Matching with your better half:

Even the bride can add the color of the grooms outfit into their ensemble. Like adding a stole of the same color to give a pop up effect.

Indian couple wedding dresses


15: Like a gentleman:

Adding a maroon color bow and handkerchief, making a perfect match with the bride’s ensemble.

Indian couple wedding dresses


16: Colors of same family:

Men often pick pastel blue and pastel pink which look good on every skin tone.

Indian couple wedding dresses


17: The game of embroidery:

The common thing between bride and groom’s attire is the heavy embroidery on their clothes.

Indian couple wedding dresses


18: The layering game:

Navy blue look great on men and wearing the same colored shawl makes the couple look made for each other.

Indian couple wedding dresses


19: The vibrant tie and turban:

Groom can easily match with the bride’s outfit, look for some fresh bold color.


Indian couple wedding dresses


20. The layering of colors:

The bride’s multicolored layered lehenga is matched effortlessly with men’s sherwani and the green layer is matched with the groom’s turban.


Indian couple wedding dresses

These 20 ideas make a great check list for every couple looking forward for their dream wedding. Do share your views and ideas about  Indian couple wedding dress.

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