Gotta Get Some Gotapatti
Burst of bright colors, vivid hues, and rich fabrics are Anita Dongre’s trademark to stunning outfits. The Queen of Gotapatti incorporated some masterful and exquisite work in her bridal wear.
Check in on Embroidery
From the quintessential red lehenga to this resplendent blue outfit – intricate embroidery on rich raw silk make Dongre’s creations stand out. And so would any bride attired in her handiwork!
When Velvet Meets Zardozi
We know Sabyasachi weaves magic and is genius at his craft! Luxurious velvety lehengas are his forté and the intricate zardozi work scream old-world charm, vintage, royal, heritage, opulence…you get the flow.
Color Me Happy
Looking at the riot of colors will put you in a happy place…If you are the modern bride who fancies quirky outfits on her wedding day, then Manish Arora fulfils all your whims.
Loving the Lehengas
These lehengas with tons of work and covering the rainbow of colors will make you smile with glee.
This red and green combination pops with fun neon hues, heart-shaped motifs and the mix of modern colors and patterns with the traditional lehenga choli silhouette.
Floral motifs with bead work and intricate zari embroidery were Varun Bahl’s picks for brides.
This exquisite blue and blush lehenga caught our eye but any of these heavy on thread-work pieces in rich colors would be simply perfect for a Spring wedding.
Weave in the Victorian
Want a touch of ‘Victorian’ to your ensemble? The beadwork and floral patterns are perfectly balanced on this Varun Bahl outfit.
Elegance in burnt orange and gold, red and silk never looked hotter…pair on traditional gold jhumkas to complete your regal charm. Tarun Tahiliani stayed with the traditional reds but there’s no denying the heavy emphasis on embroidery.
Golden Glam Never Fades
Creams, golds, sequins, threadwork were the central theme in Jade by Monica and Karishma. This glamorous piece for a cocktail party or Sangeet is heavenly.
Whimsical brides opting for modern and edgy ensembles will love Gaurav Gupta’s offerings. The futuristic theme offered mostly pastel hues and the outfits had a rather contemporary western feel to them.