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What to Wear on your Nikkah Ceremony, Bridal Dress Guide

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Congratulations, you are going to get Nikkahified! The Nikkah ceremony is the first of many events where all eyes will be on you as a bride. Do not stress – use the event as an excuse to begin investing in looks you love. Do not limit yourself to only white, ivory, and blush – and dare to experiment with various bridal dress colors. Remember: There are no hard and fast rules; it is your Nikkah after all.

Whether your style is fashion-forward and trendy, laidback with a side of glamor or traditional all the way, we are here to set you right on what to wear on your Nikkah ceremony. This is the Nikkah Ceremony bridal dress guide you had been waiting for!

Classic and Elegant

Classic and elegant don’t have to be boring! Lalam is a bold and regal bridal that features artwork reminiscent of the tree of life intricately embellished with Ari and threadwork. Followed by a trail and net dupatta, this piece makes an opulent statement. This look could easily go prim if you opt for hair and makeup that is too overdone; style it with a sleek, low ponytail, loose waves, or an easy, minimal knot.

Stylish and Glamorous

A Nikkah ceremony does not always need to be a formal or full-on! Sometimes, they are easy affairs by the pool, or at a garden. Celebrate your Nikkah in a playful and stylish Tansu – a stunning Kaftan handcrafted to perfection with a silver floral jaal throughout with white stone tassels to complement the look. This is a dress that you would want to take with you on your honeymoon – and that you will definitely wear again!

Timeless and Romantic

Timeless and sophisticated is always foolproof. Go for some stunning cuts, like Miray; then, pair with artful accessories. The dress is a deep and alluring shade of gold layered with a vibrant red dupatta. Covered with dainty hand embellishments on an ethereal hue of gold with hints of red and orange flowers – this is for a bride looking for subtle sophistication. Pair it with diamond cut earrings and simple sandals for a look that is romantic without trying too hard, all while making a chic statement!

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Nature and Outdoors

Just because you’re the bride doesn’t mean you have to wear all white for every event – or any of them for that matter. Play with patterns in beautiful hues such as gold, green and orange for a look that is modern, standout, and speaks to your cosmopolitan style. Ashk  is an elegant ode to tradition, a parrot green net pishwas with pink lining and cold shoulders. With imagery inspired by shikargah and intricately embellished sharara finishing off with chatter Patti in a shade of pink – the dress is paired with Orange dupatta with heavily embellished scalloped borders to match.

 Contemporary and Modern

Consider this look the first of many moments to shine; opt for Talaash – an elegantly flowing silhouette adorned with stones, embroidery, and tilla layered over a flowing sharara! Punch it up with statement jewelry, a sparkly clutch, and high-heel sandals to celebrate your new bride-to-be status. 

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At Samsara Couture, our job is to provide our clientele with the best experience possible. With us, you’re not just clients, you’re part of our growing family. Contact us today and let our fashion consultant guide you on what a bride should wear at a Nikkah ceremony!

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