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Brides these days have dumped the traditional saree for a serious love affair with lehengas- and why not? They’re peppy, bright and fun to wear! There’s also a certain ease and simplicity with which lehengas can be worn. Then there’s the fact that they look young and can make anyone look like a goddess- you get the drift, right? And when lehengas have caught up with the madness that is a wedding, lehenga photography (yes, we totally just made that up) can’t be far behind. From coy clicks in open lawns to flamboyant displays in the dressing rooms, there’s something irresistible about getting the flare of a lehenga captured in perfection. Not only does it foreshadow a euphoric ceremony, it also gives you memories for years to come. And whether it’s a top notch professional you’ve hired or a cousin who’s doing the favour, these are some poses for when you want your lehenga to be on full display- and we mean that literally!1. On a Boat by the BeachsidePhotograph by Coolbluez 2. With Crystal Hangings and Floral Setup as the BackgroundPhotograph by Cupcake Productions3. In the House VerandaPhotograph by Our Wedding Chapter4. Hung from the TreePhotograph by Coolbluez 5. Against a Bright Colored WallPhotograph by The Wedding Salad6. On a Hotel Baggage CartPhotograph by Our Wedding Chapter7. Hotel's EntrancePhotograph by Rohan Mishra Photography8. With the Chill BridePhotograph by Wedding Nama9. Against a Window10. With a Mirror or Dressing TablePhotograph by Photosynthesis by Aditi11. The Bride holding itPhotograph by Girl in Pink 12. Against the FairylightsPhotograph by Happyframes Photography13. On the BedPhotograph by Stories by Joseph Radhik14. Against a Door or GatePhotograph by Let’s Get Wed15. Hung between the CurtainsPhotograph by A Fist Full of Bolts
These are some poses for when you want your lehenga to be on full display- and we mean that literally!
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