Haldi is one of the auspicious rituals that performed for the good luck of bride and groom. Not to mention, it is memorable for the bride to be. As it is the mark of a new beginning, the start of sweetness forever. Basically, in Bangladesh, Saree is the most preferable dress for Haldi night.
Besides, in India or Pakistan, they prefer lehenga, Salwar suits, Anarkali, or Sharara most.
To be sure, Haldi Ceremony is the most colorful day in a marriage ceremony and people enjoy the whole night with so much fun and love. Brides are love to wrap up with flower jewels.
Haldi Night but no Yellow! Impossible!
Colors play an important role in our psychology and can boost up our moods instantaneously. Among all colors, Yellow is a dominant color and is a favorite of many people. For sure, yellow is the trending color for this festive and wedding season, especially in the Haldi festival. In like manner, yellow represents sunshine, brightness, optimism, hope, and freshness. People are now choosing“ Untried Turmeric color" as it looks just eye-catching. To be honest, light yellow saree or lemon yellow, both are perfect for day wear. They come in soothing hues that are enjoyable to look at. For traditional wear, People are wearing Shades like mustard they are closer to the shades of turmeric. Likewise, bright yellow colours are appropriate for evening and night parties which can make you look glowing. The shade of such a saree reflects on your skin and makes you eye-catching.
Royal Red for Royalty
The place of the red sari in ethnic fashion is an iconic yet quintessential evening dress. Another latest & trendiest red outfit idea for a bride is by wearing those traditional Blood Red Color lehengas, sarees, jumpsuits, and other outfits with a whiff of modernism. When you want to arrange the whole program you should make your bride wear pure dark red and the rest of the people yellow. It will recreate an excellent superior for the photoshoot.
Love for Leaves A Green Tone for Haldi Night
What comes to your mind when I say green? Nature? Peace? Well, all that comes to my mind is a current trend. The shades of green like sage, mint, neon, and emerald are becoming gradually more well-liked. The green rage is for real! This colour should suggest for bride mates, not for a bride. Sari, Lehenga, and The salwar are common in Haldi night.
The bride-made who are dressed matching, they all can wear a green color sari. If you want which is my preference? Then it would be a Saree. As it is the most traditional form of attire. So, this can be a fabulous choice for Haldi nights.