The Prettiest & Most Loved Bridal Lehenga Colors For Sikh Brides

By Divya Arora .

Oozing with effervescence and unmatched charm with a perfect whiff of traditionalism topped with glamour, a Sikh bride’s wedding look is always a treat to the eyes and a bag of inspiration. Be it how she chooses to go minimal or bold with her makeup, how she decks up under layers of jewels or the kind of bridal lehenga or anarkali she picks, every single aspect of her look infuses into each other effortlessly.
Now being aware with the significance of the right lehenga hue that sets the tone for the entire look, we believe that there a certain specific bridal lehenga colors that are the best picks for Sikh brides. And especially when the ambience of their day wedding and the surrealism of the holy Anand Karaj adds tons of radiance to their look, choosing a flattering anarkali or bridal lehenga color becomes impeccable.
Hence, we created this list laying out all those trending bridal lehenga colors that are gonna be a perfect choice for your Anand karaj or Lavan ceremony.

Charming Lilacs

Gorgeously subdued colors, lilacs and lavenders are the dreamy hues that have been in vogue for some time now and are surely here to stay.

Rose Gold

Generally on a base hue of pale peach or blush pink, rose gold bridal dresses were a big hit this year and would continue to be for their sheer opulence.

Classic Reds

Be it in a bright red, a cranberry red, a deep red or a marsala, the traditional red bridal lehengas are timeless.

Sorbet Pinks

The lighter palette of pinks like blush, rose, pale or powder is the most favored color palette among Sikh brides. Laden with silver or gold work or colorful embroideries, all the light shades from the pink family are loved the most.

Image: Sutej Pannu

Lighter Blues

Right from ice blue, powder and dusty blue to turquoise, the lighter shades of blue too are a great pick both for your bridal anarkali and bridal lehenga.

Vivid Oranges

Be it a subtle peach lehenga with contrasting embroideries or a striking burnt orange or rust one, the entire orange shade palette is the perfect choice for brides who want a popping hue.

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The Ivories

Replete with either colorful embroideries or statement gold or silver work, ivory lehengas teamed up with emerald, ruby or polki jewellery makes up for some of the most preferred Sikh bridal looks.

Image: Ram Balmur

Bright Pinks

While the light pinks are highly opted, the bright & fancy pinks are on a roll too. Be it fuschia, rani, bubblegum, hot pink or even magenta, the darker hues of pink are perfect for the brides who want to slip into something that matches with their equally peppy & spirited side.

Unconventional Greens

Some of the apt green shades for your Anand Karaj would be mint, lime, olive, and bottle green.

Silver Metallics

A rather offbeat color, we’ve seen Sikh brides donning silver metallic anarkalis, shararas, and lehengas for their Lavan and we couldn’t take our eyes off them.

Image: Sutej Pannu

Image: Sutej Pannu

Sunshining Yellows

Be it along with a dash of other hues or an all yellow outfit with gold or silver work, a yellow colored bridal lehenga or anarkali would look so so so good!

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Dual or Multi-Toned Bridal Outfits

If you don’t want to stick to one color and instead want to incorporate other hues, here are some unique lehenga and anarkali color combinations that we spotted on Sikh brides and loved to bits!

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