Hijabi brides are not just limited to Muslim countries anymore.
The ever-increasing demand for hijabi wedding gowns has taken over the world. This means that hijabi brides-to-be coming from different cultures and backgrounds can now wear more than one style of hijab on their wedding day, based on what they feel comfortable in.
Here are some hijabi wedding gowns from across different cultures and their inspirations:
Indian hijabi bride
The Indian hijabi brides are known for their heavily embellished dresses and lots of jewelry. This particular Indian lady wears a beige dress with the same shade of hijab, adding intrigue through heavy beads and zardozi work from the neck continuing down into the bodice in more beads. The matha Patti and the nose ring add an extra touch of elegance!
Turkish hijabi bride
Turkish hijabi brides are usually choosing to wear a long gown with a veil. This bride is wearing a long silk chiffon dress. It is hand embroidered with silk threads and silver sequins.
Indonesian hijabi bride
Kebaya is traditional bridal attire for an Indonesian bride. This bride looks like a vintage princess in this sea green and beige gown. The headpiece complements the entire outfit beautifully.
Egyptian hijabi bride
This lovely Egyptian bride is wearing a delicate lace wedding outfit with a net hijab-veil. The headpiece makes her look like an Egyptian princess.
Saudi hijabi bride
This Saudi bride is wearing a white silk gown with a hijab and long veil. The dress was handmade in silk tulle with a delicate net bodice and a veil.
Emirati hijabi bride
This Emirati beloved wore a silk hijab on her wedding day. The outfit has delicate pearl and embroidery detailing which gives it a classy look. The headpiece and the long veil make her look like royalty.
Malay hijabi bride
This lovely Malaysian hijabi bride is wearing an off-white hijab with a long-sleeved tunic. This traditional Malay wedding outfit is called Baju Kurung. The traditional wedding head price makes her look like a true Indonesian beauty.
Moroccan hijabi bride
Moroccan Hijab Bride is wearing a beautiful white traditional kaftan. The design of kaftan is inspired by African prints that reflect the richness of Moroccan culture.
Pakistani hijabi bride
Pakistani bridal wear is similar to Indian bridal wear with heavily embellished work dresses and jewelry. This bride has chosen to wear a nude turban hijab underneath her ghunghat. The choker necklace and maang tikka complement the outfit beautifully.