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Latest Bridal Mehndi Dresses Designs Fashion 2024 Collection

Latest Bridal Mehndi Dresses Designs 2019-2020

Eastern weddings especially those in Pakistan and India, includes a whole series of events full of colours and rituals. The events of mehndi and mayoun are one of them. These events are marked by the colors of henna and the shades of yellow. The bride seems to be covered in the bright and striking hues of yellow. The event of Mehndi is the part of pre-wedding preparations and a way to celebrate the wedding ceremony with joyful melodies, rituals, and songs. Now, this mehndi trend has risen to a whole new level. Especial mehandi ceremonies are organized in which sangeet, dances, and songs add great fun. Nowadays designers are also launching fancy bridal fabric collection. Today we will discuss and share the Latest Bridal Mehndi Dresses Designs!

Latest Bridal Mehndi Dresses Designs Collection 2024- 2025 for Wedding Brides

As the occasion of Mehndi has gained much of the importance these days, so does the outfit of brides for this occasion. Though in old times, simplicity was kept under the focus. Now that the glamour has hit each and every fashion trend. Therefore, mehndi dresses are getting the newest and the most distinctive variants and trends. Lehenga’s and shararas are the preferred choices for this event. Lehenga and sharara alternate each other from year to year and trend to trend. The old gone trends are now latest mehndi dresses designs and again getting back into the fashion. As shararas remained out of fashion for quite long but now plenty of the girls are opting for it. We are sharing the best designs of the latest bridal mehndi dresses designs.

Latest Mehndi Sharara & Lehenga Designs:

The latest collection of mehndi sharara and lehengas are now launched by all the eminent Pakistani fashion designer for bridal attire. Including Maria B, Zainab Chohtanni among many others. These lehnga’s and sharara are full of various shades of yellow, orange, rust and green. Surprisingly, many combinations of green and ivory are also brought into the spotlight this year. Many brides who do not like to keep it bright and shiny can now go for green mixed with beige or ivory or even rust.

Multi-hued lehenga’s with shades of purple, green, pink, yellow, orange and red are arranged in an intricate sequence to brighten up the whole dress. Most of the designers still prefer to give it a traditional appeal. So these dresses carry the gotta work all over the dupatta with the hints of shimmer. Whereas the shirt of the lehenga or sharara is kept plain and simple with a fine embroidery work over the neck. As the long shirts in double style are already in trend, therefore, mehndi lehenga’s also carried the trend of long shirts.

Latest Bridal Mehndi Frocks & Ghagra Choli:

Nowadays ghagra choli and long frocks are very popular in Mehendi and wedding events. They appear to be traditional as well as elegant. Most of the apparels in this latest collection are made up of the combination of fabrics, and such dupatta carries fine chiffon stuff while the shirts and lehengas have either the plain or the printed jamawars. Jamawars are kept in contrast. Some of the dresses, however, contain patches of the jamawars at borders of lehngas or the knee border of shararas. Both these lehnga’s and shararas are given beautiful and classy flares for the bridal outfits. Choli lehengas, fishtail lehenga, flared lehengas, and the traditional Hyderabadi style lehengas and shararas are all available in this new range. So this wedding gets ready to rock on the beats of desi tappays in all new Mehandi lehengas and sharara collection for this year.

Shalwar Kameez Mehndi Dresses

Shalwar Kameez is one of the oldest and traditional mehndi dress. But they still look so regal and charming. You can pair a wide bottom dhoti shalwar, Patiala shalwar with a short kurti. A medium length or long shirt with churidar pajama also looks great for mehndi and mayun functions. Here we are two different shalwars trends, fancier one and simple ones.

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