The new trend in the Indian wedding scene that we have noticed over the past few years is a steady increase in love marriages. With this increase in love marriages, couples are looking for more ways to personalize their weddings. One of the cutest ways they do so is by matching their outfits for the big day.
However, it’s not limited just to love marriages, even couples with arranged marriages want to take part in this trend. It’s not only a great way to personalize the entire journey but also get some amazing pictures out of it. The aesthetics of this trend are unmatched and is a sure way to turn heads as the newly wed couple.
There are many ways to match your outfits as well. You could go for a matching few pieces or go in the opposite direction and match the color from head to toe. A few ideas for such matching outfits for the bride and groom are listed below. You are sure to find designs that will make you fall in love all over again.
#1 THE SUBTLE MATCHING LOOK:
This is a great pick for matching bride groom outfits as it is subtle and elegant at the same time. Mostly the groom matches his shawl or pagdi with the color of the bride’s lehenga. This way it’s not in your face.
#2 MATCHING IN PASTELS:
Pastels are the new red for weddings nowadays. It’s such a subtle color that even if the groom wears the same color sherwani to match the lehenga, the colors don’t overpower the couple. This is a forgiving color as all pastel shades go well with each other and thus gives the bride and groom more options to pick their matching outfits from.
#3 IVORY SHERWANI, AN ASSURED MATCH:
The safest picks for the sherwani color for the groom is definitely ivory. It not only matches any white tones the bride might have in her lehenga but also goes with a bunch of colors. Accessorizing this look according to the bridal lehenga color will also give it the extra touch of perfection.
#4 MATCHING PRINTS:
This is perhaps the most in your face matching you can do when it comes to wedding outfits. The same material used for the bride’s lehenga can be used for the groom’s sherwani or a nehru jacket for the groom. There are ways to not go overboard in this design as well. You can make this look a little less extreme by pairing it with more plain pieces of the same color or of a matching shade.
#5 MISSMATCHED MATCH:
It’s not always important for the color to be the exact same. Shades can be matched well too and it’s one of the best styles to come out of the matching trend in bride and groom wear.
#6 TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN:
Just like the matching print design, this take on pairing a sherwani and lehenga is sure to make heads turn. It comprises the bride and groom either wearing a matching color from head to toe or the same color combination with the same detailing. It gives the couple a royal look and is definitely not something that many guests will forget.
There is no doubt about it, this is one of the best trends we have seen in the Indian wedding scene. Starting off your married life with such personalized details is definitely a good foot to start on. So select your favorite designs and make it your own with a tweak here and there.