Real Brides Reveal: How I Mixed and Matched My Wedding Lehenga!
BY Sakshi | 09 Mar, 2017 | 304 views | 2 min read
Real Bride Karishma's Regal Mix and Match Lehenga
Image via Karishma and Ashwin's Real Wedding"My mom understands me perfectly. I love colour and I didn’t want it to be heavy. So we went to Ekaya Defence Colony for handwoven fabric from Varanasi for the lehenga and my mom designed the border. Rohit Bal designed the blouse and lehenga. Roliana by Roli and designed by Janavi provided the handwoven Banarasi dupatta."
Real Bride Avvni's Stunning Lehenga with a Pop of Colour
Image via Avvni and Aneesh's Real Wedding"The wedding day outfit had a dupatta made by Avnni Kapur Clothing line (bride's own label) and the skirt was bought by my aunt (same skirt is available at Ram Kishan Sarees and also at Avnni Kapur Clothing line ). I paired it with a blouse from Sabyasachi Mukherjee ."
Real Bride Dayaneet's Unique Mehendi Lehenga
Image via Dayaneet and Rudy's Real Wedding"My mehendi outfit was created using my late grandmother’s Benarasi brocade which I got made into a chic waistcoat and paired it with a bright skirt and a lime green . My reception attire included elements from my mother-in-law’s bridal lehenga."
Real Bride Chayanika's Colour-blocked Lehenga
Image via Chayanika and Aditya's Real Wedding"We took special care in arranging everything ourselves since it was 'our' wedding– right from the photographer to the decor to even the choice of cake and our respective outfits. I got my wedding lehenga from Ramkishan Sarees, but matched it with a dupatta by Abhinav Mishra."
Real Bride Sakshi's Lehenga with a Floral Twist!Bhumika Sharma Official. My lehenga was well in the theme and I didn’t want a very heavy one. I carefully chose the four elements of the outfit so that I can mix and match them and actually end up using them later."
Real Bride Vihal's Self-Designed Lehenga
Image via Vihal's Wedding"Wearing my own design at my wedding felt nothing short of a dream come true. It was about going back to my Indian roots but showcasing it in a modern way. But most importantly, I could wear my outfit separately too in the future." Read how Vihal designed her wedding lehenga in the post here."