Be ready to get hooked with these must-have colours for roka ceremony

Attention everyone, because another year of Indian wedding season has started with all the buzz and glamour, and probably “dil shagna da” playing in the background!

An Indian wedding is not just a one day ceremony but it is a celebration of love, care and happiness of the bride and groom including their families, which goes on for around a week. An Indian wedding, especially for a bride, is finding a suitable balance between tradition and fashion, and it all starts with an official Roka Ceremony.

The Roka Ceremony is the first step towards this beautiful journey, and it sets the tone for the entire wedding, and that is why it becomes all the more important that it remains flawless. It is during Roka when the bride and groom show their first grand gesture and so it must be nothing less than perfect.

To start with, choosing a satisfactory palazzo sets with an appropriate colour, which enhances the vibe of the whole Roka ceremony is the first step. It is not an easy task but don’t sweat because we have got you covered with all the mesmerising must-have colourful outfits for the Roka Ceremony.

Classic and Crimson Red

Red is the most intuitive choice when it comes to Indian weddings and as they say, you can never go wrong with red if you are getting ready for an ethnic wedding. Be it full-fledged lehenga or an ethnic set, the red colour emits electricity and vibrance which is perfect to lay the foundation stone for the entire wedding.

Royal and Bride-to-be Blue

Thinking of wearing an elegant outfit for your Roka Ceremony, then there can be nothing more radiant and charming then going with blue. Blue perfectly curates that bride-to-be feeling which is essential in a Roka Ceremony. It is a perfect blend of royalty and comfort. Whether pair it with a sharara or going anarkali, but guarantees a set of compliments and awestruck gaze!

Ever-going, gorgeous green

Green recites tradition and fashion with a melodious tone. It captures the true essence of ethnicity coupled with modern trends. If you are a bride, you are looking for something unique yet conventional, then green is your go to choice for the Roka Ceremony. You can either wear an all set ethnic dress or style it with a plazo set giving it an Indo-Islamic blend, green adds to your outfit like nothing else.

Blooming and delicate pink

Rose (Gulab) is the most romantic colour and so is “gulabi”(Pink). For a low-key,  simple yet breathtaking Roka Ceremony, wear an outfit painted with delicate pink, soothing to eyes and flawless for the beautiful bride. To add more to it, you can select a pink kurta sets adorned with golden embroidery to enhance the elegance.

Glam in Wine

A great colour option, for any pre-wedding function in the evening, is any shade of wine. It is a mixture of somewhat purple and jamun and is a suitable choice for an evening Roka Ceremony if one wants to avoid an all black ethnic dresses.

Mesmerising Purple

If you want to grab all the attention and limelight, then purple is the colour for you. Slay with a purple ethnic sets on your Roka Ceremony because there can be nothing better to celebrate your love than a purple outfit which loudly says “I am ready for this beautiful beginning.”

Shimmer with Beige

Beige is definitely not a conventional Indian bridal colour. But the shimmer, sequin and crystal detailing and the larger-than-life flare of the outfit make it very much Indian! If you want to announce your celebration to the world, then sparkle beige is the colour for you.