There’s nothing more precious thantraditional silhouettes on kids, and with wedding season just in, you’ve got plenty of opportunity to flaunt their adorable little get-ups. Here’s a definitive guide toevery Indian wedding function and Kids wedding dresses that will make them look oh-so-cute, theymight just steal the spotlight from the bride and groom!

 Engagement

Typically the first major function, the engagement is your first chance to introduce your kids to the way of Indian weddings, and introduce the world to your adorably stylish little ones! The engagement or ‘ring ceremony’ is a more intimate affair with close friends and family, so keeping it basic is a good way to kick-off the celebrations. We recommend a Patiala set or salwar kurta with minimal embroidery for girls, and a simple kurta pyjama for boys.

 Sangeet

Put their fashionable little feet forward on the dance floor with an outfit that is comfortable and easy to manage for the sangeet. It’s going to be a long night of performances, song and dance, so you want something that not only allows them to move freely and stay snug for a long time, but look glamorous while they’re at it. This is the time to experiment with styles. Mix-n-match traditional elements with contemporary or even western accents for a fresh take on ethnic fashion. Girls can choose from an eclectic selection of anarkali styles, and boys can update their kurta pyjamas with Nehru jackets and vests for a party-ready look.

 Wedding

The big day is here and it’s time to bring out the best ofthe best. Take a cue from the go-to garments of the bride and groom and go with lehenga cholis for girls and wedding sherwanis for boys. Kidology’s collection of voluminous yet lightweight lehengas gives your little girl a reason to twirl.The boys can join in on the celebrations clad in sherwanis featuring on-trend gota embroidery, rich hues and playful prints.

 Reception

The knot has been tied, the ritualshave been performed,and the wedding party is finally in a more relaxed mood. But at the same time, the reception is possibly one of the more ‘trendy’ functions in an Indian wedding. Your last chance to dress up for the final leg of celebrations calls for a statement outfit. Let the girls strike a statement with Kidology’s designer shararas, and give the boys a completely desi vibe with a traditional dhoti set.