An Indian wedding is a big and grand affair. It is not a celebration for a day, rather the celebration continues for days. There are many pre-wedding rituals and post-wedding rituals that happen before and after the wedding. Haldi ceremony is one such pre-wedding ritual that demands good food, fun and amazing dresses. It is one of the cherished rituals in the Indian wedding. It is believed that if the bride and groom apply haldi/turmeric before the wedding, it will cleanse and purify their skin and body.

Haldi or the turmeric paste that is applied to the bride and the groom, eliminates all the dead skin cells and cleanses the body properly and helps in enhancing the beauty. Therefore, this ritual is celebrated with much pomp and show. It is performed on the morning of the wedding when all the married women apply the mixture of turmeric, oil and water to the bride and groom and bless them for a blissful matrimony. Since, the ritual is celebrated in a grandeur manner, you will find all the women wearing amazing Indian dresses, such as sarees, Indian suits, lehengas and so on.

What to wear to your Haldi Ceremony:-

Generally, the dress code of this ceremony is either yellow or other bright colours such as pink, green or any other vibrant colour with floral prints. There are two reasons for this, the first is that the ritual is celebrated in the morning, mostly under the sun that demands everything to be bright and vibrant. Secondly, since the turmeric is yellow in colour, so the dress code is either yellow or something bright that coordinates with it. Different types of Indian dresses, such as, yellow lehenga, yellow Anarkali, yellow salwar kameez, yellow saree and so on are worn in this function. You can easily get them either from an online store or from an offline store.

Let us now have a look at some of the best Indian outfits for the Haldi ceremony.

Yellow georgette Anarkali with Palazzo

We all know that an Anarkali dress never fails to give us an elegant and regal look. So why not try a yellow Anarkali for the haldi function? Anarkalis are available in different styles and designs. You can choose whichever you feel will look the best on you. These days, georgette Anarkali in embroidery work with a pair of palazzo is on trend. So, if looking trendy, fashionable and modern is your taste, this dress is definitely meant for you. And if the dress is in the colour of mustard, you are definitely going to get a mesmerising look. After all, it is better to invest in such a dress that gives you the feel of a diva instead of having a dress that gives you an ordinary look. Therefore, an intricately designed georgette Anarkali dress with a palazzo is something that you can try for a haldi ceremony.

Yellow georgette embroidered sharara set

After an Anarkali suit, the another option which you can opt for a haldi ceremony is a sharara suit. It is something that is going to give a dolled up look. So, if looking glamorous and sophisticated is what you like, you should definitely go for a yellow colour embellished sharara suit for the haldi ceremony. Not only that, in this dress, you are definitely going to look gorgeous and stunning. And if the well crafted, intricately designed top comes with noodle straps, then it is just like the cherry on the cake. Since, most of the time the haldi function is yellow themed, so if you are opting for this dress, you are definitely going to steal the show.

Peplum style mustard embroidered georgette lehenga

Want to get an Indo-western vibe for your look in the haldi function? So why not opt for an Indo-western lehenga in mustard yellow to get that vibe? Well only the top or the choli will be in the peplum style which is a western style and rest all will be in the form of an Indian style. However, the top of the set itself is going to give you an alluring look. This dress is something that will make you look no less than a princess. And if you are looking for a yellow lehenga for the haldi function, you should definitely give this attire a thought. The peplum top, the lehenga skirt and the dupatta, all come with intricate designs, such as embroidery work, resham work , mirror work and so on. All these embellishments make this attire unique and different from others.