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The Newest Ways To Colour Coordinate With The Groom!

BY Sakshi | 02 Nov, 2018 | 29247 views | 3 min read

Whether you wanna go down the matching route or want to contrast with the groom, point is, that you have to put a little thought into pulling off both the looks with ease! While we have told you combinations that work and how to match your looks, here are some fresh new ways to do that which ensures that you both look effortlessly stylish separately and together!

Match the work on groom's sherwani to bride's lehenga

Image via Gangore Bridal Studio★ 4.3

The bride wore light pink, and the groom wore white, but it's the florals that make them blend with each other so well! Another thing to do is match the work on the groom's sherwani with the colour of the bride's lehenga!

Both bride and groom in contrasting shades, but florals tying the look together!

Image via The Wedding Salad 

Here there was nothing common between the bride and the groom's outfits barring the fact that they both wore florals, and it still worked!

Match the groom's stole with the bride's lehenga- fabric and colour!

Image via Oleg & Diipa (Udaipur)

The bride wore a maroon velvet lehenga, and the groom carried a velvet stole in the same shade and texture, escalating their look even further!

Match the groom's safa to the bride's exact lehenga's shade!

Image via Framology by Aman★ 4.9  and Sheetal Dang Gupta Makeup Artistry★ 4.9

This works well if the groom is wearing something neutral like white, ivory or beige- just match the safa's shade to the bride's lehenga, and it all works so well! This works for pastels and brights as well!

Match one dupatta with his sherwani, and the other to his churidar!

Image via Dreamcatchers Photography★ 4.9

Look at this cross-colour coordination- the bride's dupatta on the head is matched to the groom's sherwani, and while his sherwani does have accents of blue in it, his pyjama is entirely blue, matching the bride's offbeat lehenga!

Bride in Benarasi? Make the groom don a Benarasi safa!

Image via The Rich Pages★ 4.9

The groom here has matched his safa as the same fabric as the bride's- this trick is very nice if the bride is wearing Benarasi!

Groom rocks the same offbeat hue as the bride

Image via Jodi Clickers

Now this one stands out because the bride and the groom both wore an offbeat shade on their wedding day, and together, they looked like the perfect pair, complementing each other and standing out in that mint green shade! Also notice how the safa and the border on the groom's stole matches the dull gold on the bride's lehenga!

Or the groom wears a slightly lighter shade of the bride's offbeat lehenga colour!

Image via Vandya & Arjun (Delhi)

Now this is another trick that works really well. Instead of the groom going down the all-white route, which looks good but becomes predictable, another idea is to pick a hue slightly lighter than the bride's lehenga colour- this also does look amazing!

Both rocking contrasting pastel shades

Image via Sid Wedding Photos★ 5

This looks really good for a morning wedding- both the bride and groom in contrasting pastels, and brownie points if they're offbeat shades that work well together!

Or both rock brights- but with a little something to tie the look together!

Image via Glam up Makeovers★ 5

Both can rock their individual brights together, which would also look good, but notice how the pink border on the stole ties the whole look together?

Check out most beautiful lehenga for wedding that would match your man's outfit!

ALSO READ: The Inside Guide To Co-ordinating Outfit Colors For Bride & Groom !

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