17 Spectacular Bridal Lehengas For Your Night Winter Wedding

By Divya Arora .

While a lot of to-be-brides have been dreaming about their bridal lehenga since forever, we know a lot of brides would rather choose theirs after almost skimming through the entire color palette & their favorite designers’ troves. From researching on different facets like the latest trends, year’s hottest hues, and of course the season they’re tying the knot in, they dive right into the pool of choices to pick one that resonates with them the most.

And since helping you choose the best bridal lehenga for your big day is what we do best, we’re back with another dose of lehenga inspiration for you. Aiding you with one of the most essential facets among these, the season, while we previously ideated you with bridal lehengas for your day winter soiree, we decided to round up some tasteful night winter wedding lehengas for you.

If you’re a bride who’ll be taking her pheras this winter season in the night hours, then these stunning pieces in vivid hues are what you need to check out right now!

Bling up your red

Laden with silk metal thread work and embroidered crystals, stones, beads, and baroque detailing, this red bridal lehenga screams modern traditionalism. With a full-sleeved sultry blouse and ample bling, the raw silk lehenga is bound to make you shine like a bright star during your pheras.

Glimmer in gold

Glow in gold on your big day reveling in this bedazzling outfit that’s all about making a bold and glittering statement. With heft shimmer and embroidered sequin detailing, this night winter wedding lehenga is specatcular.

Outfit: Prevasu

Blooming blues

Perfect for a night time soiree, this navy blue heavily embroidered lehenga further boasting of colorful florals will surely steal your hearts. With a gorgeous balance of antique work and happy blooms, this piece would make up for such a lively pick!

Magnetic & how!

Perfect for your intimate ceremony, this magenta raw silk lehenga set teamed up with a red and pink striped dupatta is what you need for a super vibrant and peppy night wedding look. While the electric hue is to die for, the finesse of the embroidered details is worth obsessing over!

The Hazelnut charm

With earthy-toned lehengas being a huge hit this wedding season, this hazelnut lehenga simply had to be on the list. Oh-so-heavily embellished in sequin, zardozi, and gold wire and teamed up with a full-sleeved blouse, this night winter wedding lehenga is pure perfection.

Outfit: Studio Iris

Emerald green gorgeousness

And there ain’t anything more splendid than an emerald green velvet lehenga for your night time pheras. Crafted in dori, pearls, cut dana, sequins, zardozi, and zari embroidery with panel pattern on the skirt, this stunning piece is worth the shot!

Outfit: Anita Dongre

Richly emblazoned

Pastel hues look beautiful not only for a daytime ceremony but also for the night time. And a dusty pink embroidered bridal lehenga like this one is simply perfect!

A bold vibe

An enigmatic purple piece marked with heavy embroideries in a jaal pattern, floral motifs, and broad border, this is the perfect night winter wedding lehenga for a modish bride. Especially the one who wouldn’t mind experimenting with the colors and pulling off a traditionally offbeat look.

Oh-so-vibrant!

A super blingy pink lehenga is just the right way to perk up your night wedding look with all the world’s hue and shimmer. With finely enameled trellis cutwork encrusted on the fabric, this bridal lehenga guarantees turning heads like no other.

Outfit of dreams

A captivating deep maroon piece festooned with zari, zardozi, sequins, and statement gota work, this striking outfit is one of the best night winter wedding lehengas you can choose from. Right from the hue and the craft to its overall appeal, every aspect of this lehenga is worth crushing over.

Outfit: Anita Dongre

Straight out of fantasy

An epitome of all things beautiful and royal, this bridal lehenga heavily laden with multi-colored threadwork, appliques, sequins, beads, and almost every embellishment possible is simply a dream come true. It’s as perfect for a night time soiree as it is for a day one.

Vivacious purple

Embroidered in their signature mini leaf jaal, this purple raw silk lehenga by Mishru is a total win. It’s every bit elegant and bold and perfect for the bride who doesn’t mind experimenting with offbeat hues.

Outfit: Mishru

A peppy combination

A magnificent concoction of Fuchsia pink and twilight purple for you to pull of a neo-traditional bridal look, this lehenga has us swooning over. This raw silk lehenga will literally have you looking like a showstopper on your big day with it’s old world charm that’s rather modish.

A statement red lehenga

Frolic at your bridal best in a statement red lehenga laden with intricate flora and fauna embroideries that are pure example of fine craftsmanship. It’s a perfect balance of subtle and OTT hence, making up for a striking choice.

Of velvety florals

For a night winter wedding, one can never go wrong with a velvet lehenga and more so, if it’s crafted in a bold hue like navy blue. Also, we love how the bold floral embroideries elevate the entire outfit by multifolds.

Royally subdued

One of the best ways to amp up your muted hued bridal lehenga is to add a pop of bright pink and boy, this lehenga is pure perfection. It’s a splendid blend of both bright and subtle which—when accentuated with intricate craft like this—is all the regal aura you’d need.

So berrylicious

Accentuated with cowrie shells and fine embroideries, this berry hued lehenga is an apt pick for an intimate phera ceremony. It’s such a chic alternative to classic bridal reds and yet hold an aesthetic bridal significance that’s perfect for the modern bride.

Outfit: Arpita Mehta

About The Author

Divya Arora

A classic blend of old school and modern glam, I'm always happily making the best of both worlds. Zentangling, reading, and journaling keeps my ingenuity high while hogging food and dozing off often comes naturally to me! Also, chai❤️️ Find me on Insta at @divya.arora14