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When we talk about wedding dresses for girls, the sky is the limit! Every other day we spot a new style, a new silhouette, and a completely new design. Which is why, there’s no dearth of ideas and inspiration to brim our lovely brides with, ever. While on some days we’re showcasing glamorous gowns and spell-binding silk sarees for all the fashion-savvy souls, there are other days when we’re enlisting some of the prettiest suits, raging designer lehengas and trendy sharara & gharara sets for them. Not just that! We also keep putting forth varied wedding dresses for girls according to the colors that are trending for the season-like powder blues, yummy pinks, greens & lavenders. So we thought why not compile it all together and unleash some of our favorite designs to you? Yes, here’s our elaborate compilation on some of the best wedding dresses for girls that we’ve come across in recent times! Scroll through and let the bookmarking begin!

What could be better than beginning our exclusive list of Indian wedding dresses for girls than with a typical traditional red lehenga?!

Well, almost 7 out of 10 brides prefer picking a red lehenga for their big day even today. And for the fact that they look super bold yet elegant at the same time, even we find it hard to not fall for them each time we spot a new one on our brides.

Nothing fascinates us more than an utterly unique dusty pink lehenga adorned with intricate embellishments.The gorgeous lady looks all royal & charismatic in her dusty pink lehenga which she perfectly fashioned with a statement emerald & polki rani haar, a choker necklace and an elaboratemaang tikka.

Nothing fascinates us more than an utterly unique dusty pink lehenga adorned with intricate embellishments.The gorgeous lady lookes all royal & charismatic in her dusty pink lehenga which she perfectly fashioned with a statement emerald & polki rani haar, a choker necklace and an elaborate maang tikka.

Blue is the new red this wedding season! And this one in such a fresh & offbeat aqua blue hue will surely help you raise the experimental meter on your big day. Look how beautifully it is trimmed with elegant floral embroideries. Also, we love how that pale pink dupatta is adding a pop of color to this monotone lehenga.

If there’s one Sabyasachi lehenga that is making a lot of noise this season and is being adored by every other bride, it’s the Dil Guldasta lehenga. It is a perfect amalgamation of your favorite red and pink hues. Everything about this phenomenal creation, be it the floral patterns, the sparkling rhinestones or the rose-tinted crystals, is to crush over.

Of all the pinks, if there’s one that’s a fail-safe option for brides, it’s the fuschia pink. It looks good on anyone and everyone. Check out how this bride beautifully sported a fuschia pink Anita Dongre lehenga on her wedding day. She wore it with double dupattas, a princess necklace and a scintillating matha patti.

Take your fashion game a notch above with this smashing dusty pink outfit enhanced with remarkable gold embellishments. See how flawlessly this bride styled it on her wedding day. She indeed looks like a million bucks in this long kurta and gharara set.

We found one of the best wedding dresses for girls! Of course, it had to be in red. It’s an extraordinarily beautiful red lehenga featuring intriguing gota patti and sequinned work along with a statement elbow sleeved blouse amped up with the same kind of embellishments. If you plan to wear this on your wedding, do prefer teaming it up with those noteworthy polki baubles.

With interesting temple-like figures embroidered all over the skirt and the blouse all detailed with sequins, zari work and glistening beads, this bridal lehenga from Sulakshana Monga qualify to be one of the most stylish designs we spotted this year. Right from that voguish belted detail, the fascinating artwork adorning the sleeves to the distinctly patterned dupatta, every detail is superb.

One look at this beauteous lavender lehenga adorned with pink floral and you’ll be left all speechless. It’s distinctive in every which way and has to be in your wish list. See how this bride said a big ‘No’ to classic reds and opted for this unique combo for her big day.

To turn into a real-life maharani on your wedding day and exude all sorts of royal feels, here’s one bridal lehenga that you need to shift all your attention to. It’s an outstanding blend of beige and gold. The blouse design is super simple and elegant with sleeves amped up with broad laces. The panelled lehenga, on the other hand, has intricate floral embroideries and an all-sequinned hem.

Nowadays, brides are putting aside all the inhibitions and giving whites a try on their big day. Here’s this beautiful bride who wore a fantabulous ivory lehenga on her big day. Her lehenga was woven with finest of embroideries and thread work in hues of pink, green and maroon and you should definitely give it a thought.

We haven’t seen a lot of brides rocking an emerald green hue on their wedding day but when we chanced upon this bride’s wedding day look, we couldn’t do anything but gaze on repeat. It is in such a satisfying tint of green. Plus, the silver and rose gold gota patti details on it are enhancing it even more. We give full points to the bride for styling so aptly with pearl detailed golden kaleeras, a regal choker necklace, a pair of jhumkas and a maang tikka.

Clad in an olive-grey lehenga adorned with an array of floral bursts and resplendent peacocks with a heavy dusty pink blouse, our real bride Komal was a sight to behold. She styled her bridal outfit with double dupattas. While she set a tulle cinnamon dupatta as a veil, a zari-work bandhej dupatta that added the quintessence of red to her look.

 Reds, reds and some more reds! Talk about wedding dresses for girls and we’re overloaded with designs in red. Here’s a scintillating red lehenga featuring finest of embroideries and a scalloped hem that may instantly tug at your heartstrings. Pair it with just the right kind of baubles and you’re good to slay on your wedding day!