27+ Unique Bride & Groom Outfit Combination | Outfit Inspiration
Are you looking for a perfect outfit for yourself and the love of your life?
We’ve got you covered with some of the unique bride & groom outfit combination which will make all the heads turn towards you!
I’m sure twinning with your favourite person on earth would be fun, that too on your important day! When the bride and groom share the same combination of outfits, the aesthetics which occur are just so mesmerising. As the trends are renewing now and then, one of the latest trends is the combination of the bride & groom’s outfits.
Having twinning outfits will be a treat to watch and quite picture-friendly. Nowadays, couples decide among themselves on how to buy their outfits and whether it should be matching or not. Enough said, here we have handpicked and enlisted a few combinations of bride & groom’s outfits to give you an idea and how to go about it on your special day!
1. A Combination of Bright Yellow
Yellow is a bright and happy colour! You can go for this combination where the bride wears a bright yellow lehenga with contrasting hot pink floral embroidery on it, and the groom wears a similar bright yellow Sadri (Nehru Coat) with floral embroidery. I think this outfit can be perfectly suitable for the haldi ceremony.
2. Stunning Printed Maroon
Going for simple outfits can also do wonders, just like this one. You can choose to go for an outfit with golden booty printed on a maroon lehenga and the same patterned blouse, whereas your handsome hunk can wear a Nehru coat in the same patter. Perfect for a photoshoot, this outfit looks stunning.
3. Florals never go out of style
The best thing about floral prints is the fact that they never go out of style! Just like this couple, you can choose to go for the bride wearing a dhoti style suit with printed dhoti and the groom can wear a floral embroidered Sadri.
4. Sticking with Orange and traditional colour
Orange is quite a unique colour to go for while choosing amongst a wide range of colours. You can have your blouse in orange whereas the groom can decide to go for an orange kurta. I think this can also be a perfect outfit for the sangeet function.
5. Emerald Green at its best
As brides these days are going for unique colours more than the traditional ones, this emerald green combination will honestly do wonders. Just like this bride, you will look gorgeous in intact mirror studded lehenga and blouse with emerald green as the base while the groom chooses to go for a sherwani with green floral prints.
6. Love for Florals
Some couples love florals ad will never get over it. Perfect for the mehndi function, the bride can go for versatile floral embroidered on the royal blue lehenga. In combination with that, the groom can go for a beige Sadri with floral prints to look similar.
7. Opposites Attract!
If the same pattern is not your thing, then you as a couple can choose to go for contrasting colours instead. Like this couple, the bride can wear her traditional blood-red bridal lehenga, and the groom can go for a dark blue sherwani contrasting the red.
8. Light Turquoise is an in-colour
Some couples find the traditional colours as the boring ones, so for spicing the things a little bit, you can choose to go for light turquoise outfits. While the bride chooses a light turquoise lehenga with very heavy golden embroidery, the groom can go for the same colour combination sherwani.
9. A combination of hot colours
As it is rightly said, the cliche is boring! You can go for outfits in the combination of royal blue and fuschia pink colour. The bride can wear a dhoti style suit with dhoti in hot pink and blue combo and the groom wears a hot pink kurta with royal blue printed Nehru coat on it.
10. Beautiful floral off-white outfits
This couple looks lovely in Off-white floral printed outfits. While the bride is wearing a lehenga with floral print, the groom chooses to go for a similarly patterned sherwani.
11. Same Colour Combo Western Outfits
Everything is not about traditional attire. As a couple, you can also go for coordinated coloured western outfits wherein the bride is wearing a beautiful brown gown, and the groom wears a black kurta-pyjama with brown Nehru coat above it.
12. Gorgeous Abstract Art Printed Outfits
Sometimes when floral doesn’t work, abstract takes an entry. You can choose to go for a multi-coloured printed blouse and coordinated lehenga, whereas the groom wears a Sadri in the same pattern.
13. Not the same pattern but the same shades
If you do not want to have the same patterns on your outfits, then instead of that, go for the same colour shades. Like this couple, the bride can wear an off-white lehenga with orange booty embroidery and the groom can go for peach coloured kurta.
14. Aqua Blue never goes out of trend
Blue is a very eye-pleasing colour; hence choosing the same can be the right decision. While the bride wears an aqua blue lehenga with intrigue heavy and glittery embroidery, the groom can have an off-white sherwani with blue floral print on it.
15. Golden will make you shine
Golden is a traditional as well as an attention-grabbing colour, choosing it would be the right thing. The bride can wear all golden heavy lehenga, and the groom can wear a golden kurta-pyjama with turquoise Sadri on it to add a little contrast.
16. Pink droops Romanticism
Pink always symbolises romance, so a wedding outfit in the same colour is a yes! The bride wears a gorgeous hot pink lehenga with contrasting blush pink dupatta, and the groom wears a champagne colour sherwani with hot pink floral print.
17. Emerald Green adds a little twist
With new colours adding up to the trendy list, emerald green is above all. As a bridegroom, choose a beautiful emerald outfit combination where the bride wears an all green printed lehenga, and the groom wears an off-white sherwani with emerald green dupatta.
18. Seagreen can do wonders too
We have talked enough about emerald green, but sea green is not behind. You two will look lovely in this colour combo. The bride wears a light sea green lehenga and contrasting yellow blouse. Besides, the groom wears a plain sea green, Sadri.
19. Grey brightens up the look
If hard colours are not your thing, going for a gentle grey outfit can surely be the right choice. The bride can wear a blush pink lehenga with heavy diamond-studded work, and the groom can go for a grey sherwani which gives an impression of off-white.
20. Champagne is a pretty colour
If hot pink doesn’t suit you, then champagne colour definitely will. The bride can wear a heavily embroidered champagne lehenga, and the groom can wear a light champagne sherwani.
21. Blush Pink is going to make you blush
Blush Pink is a colour that reflects innocence; therefore choosing it will give an impression of simplicity. While the bride can wear a blush pink lehenga with sheer, the groom can slay in the same print sherwani.
22. Shine bright together with the bright colour
I have already said above that yellow is a happy colour, hence wearing it with your partner will reflect your happiness. You, as a couple, can choose to wear yellow at your haldi ceremony. Moreover, the groom can pair the yellow kurta with grey Sadri to create a contrast.
23. Wear yellow and shine brighter than the sun
Yellow is a pretty colour, twinning with your person in that colour will make you guys look like ‘made for each other’ couple.
24. Light green colour outfit for the unique couple
These days shades of green are included in the trendy colours list, why not give it a try! While the bride looks gorgeous in her embroidered green lehenga, the groom stops the show in a green Jodhpuri suit.
25. Turquoise at its best
Turquoise being a shade of blue, it reflects all the psychological factors associated with blue. One of them being innocence, which makes me suggest that you should go for this one. A perfect outfit combination for the bride & groom, you should surely go for it!
26. Traditional Colours always take over
Wearing a combination of red at your wedding will never get old, just like this one. The groom looks ravishing in the closely embroidered sherwani, and the bride slays in her blood-red lehenga.
27. Dark Maroon to the rescue
If you don’t want to goa for the ordinary red coloured outfits, then why not try for dark-maroon. It’s a hard colour that will grab attention in a go. Moreover, for lightening up a little bit, pair it with off-white.
28. Winning at contrasting
Just like twinning, contrasting can do wonders too. The bride can go for a lehenga in an off-white shade, and the groom can look bravo in a dark blue or royal blue sherwani.
29. Dark Turquoise with a touch of golden
Dark Turquoise looks like a royal colour and the colour which you should try only to fall in love with it. Also, to add a little contrast, the addition of golden embroidery can be done which will glorify the whole outfit.
30. Hot pink for the hot couple
There is a reason why its called hot pink, its because it automatically makes you look hotter. The outfit combination in this colour would be perfect for a mehndi function.
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