From engagement to wedding: Couple outfit ideas for you to slay together
You and your partner have decided on tying the knot, and now begins the countdown to the big day. From the venue to the decor, food and the guestlist, you will have plenty of planning and preparation to do together.
Once you are done with these big decisions, you and your significant other will also be required to come to a decision about another and equally crucial aspect, your wedding attire.
Depending on the number of functions you plan to have, you will be required to dedicate a considerable amount of time to your outfit planning, mainly because you are guaranteed to have all eyes on you on your big day.
To help you with your couple outfits selection, we have curated the following ideas for different functions you can use as inspiration. Read on to know more!
An occasion where you and your partner will officially exchange rings in front of your loved ones, your engagement function demands to be a fashionable yet traditional one. If you and your partner wish to coordinate subtly, you can pick outfits in the same color family.
The Hea Pichhwai Lehenga in a lime green colour, coupled with the Dharan Sherwani in sage colour, makes for a great pick. Both pieces are a part of ace designer Anita Dongre’s collection and have striking features. The lehenga features hand painting in bright colours, enhanced by embroidery and sequin work, while the designer sherwani has an effortless and chic feel.
A night full of dancing and drinks calls for the bride and groom to show up in style. If you and your bae plan to set the dance floor on fire, then you need outfits which are not only contemporary but also functional. As the bride, you can opt for a modern silhouette such as this Awa Gown in bright blue.
Created in a luxurious silk fabric, the gown has intricate Pichhwai hand painting, along with other embellishments and embroidery. Your partner will look equally dapper in this Girik Sherwani featuring a bright blue colour and a luxurious silk finish. There is bound to be a lot of noise as you rock the stage.
The colourful celebrations of the Haldi ceremony are complemented equally when couples show up in their most playful outfits and personas. This Turvi Lehenga Set in yellow goes extremely well as you plan to coordinate it with your partner’s Maanvir Kurta in gold.
Created in a lightweight fabric, the lehenga has floral prints and pockets for you to enjoy the ceremony fuss-free. The gold kurta set, on the other hand, is simplistic and minimal so that, as the groom, you can have a fun-filled time.
If your idea of a wedding ceremony is that of a big fat Indian wedding, then you and your partner should also adorn outfits that are regal. This Sanadara Lehenga in classic red and the Kalpit Sherwani in gold from Anita Dongre’s collection define opulence.
The designer bridal lehenga features a motti challa, gota patti, and sequin embroidery over raw silk. The Kalpit Sherwani balances the lehenga with its intricate gold embroidery and subtle colour. All eyes will surely be on you as you enter your wedding venue hand-in-hand.
Now that you have the perfect couple outfits inspo get ready to plan your perfect wedding!