What You Missed at the Vogue Wedding Show 2016

What You Missed at the Vogue Wedding Show 2016

The fourth edition of the Vogue Wedding Show 2016 involved as much fanfare, bling, glitz and glamour as the past three years, with top-of-the-line designers and jewelers sharing their style intel for brides.

The three-day luxurious wedding exhibition held at Hotel Taj Palace in New Delhi showcased everything from gorgeous, one-of-a-kind clothing to opulent jewelry, vibrant decor and innovative invites…the finest, latest and most exclusive services in the bridal world.

Bridalwear

Needless to say, the designer outfits at this invitation-only event were truly the highlight of the show: everything from the wedding lehengas, to the ethereal saree, and Indo-western themed wedding gowns too.

Designers on the scene included Anita Dongre, Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahiliani, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Gaurav Gupta, Manish Arora, Payal Singhal, and Varun Bahl, as well as Pakistani designer Misha Makhani.

Tarun Tahiliani’s burnt orange creation for the groom was a traditional but no-fuss take on festive wear for those who like adding some color to their formals.

For the bridal party, feeling fancy but not over-the-top is easy in this Anita Dongre anarkali in a rich mustard hue with light gotapatti and beadwork.

Jewelry

This gorgeous kada by Amrapali is crafted with exquisite basra pearls – a standout statement piece, no doubt!

Sunita Shekhawat earrings with intricate pearls, polki and meenakari work will make any bride’s heart sing with joy.

Invites and Favors

Ravish Kapoor exhibited fun invitation ideas like this one made from a coconut for a Youngsters Party in Goa.

Another wedding invite took inspiration from the urban landscape of Dubai since the wedding was to be held in this exotic middle-eastern city.

Bvlgari’s scented candles and eau de parfum packaged together made an excellent wedding favor idea for guests.

This Le Gemme set caught our eye – a fabulous additon to any bride’s wedding trousseau. Other ideas came from Shingora, Royce’ Chocolate and Tea Culture Of The World.

But that’s not all…some of the top Indian bridal industry experts were onsite with masterclass presentations on everything from make-up to bridal outfits and styling to planning a destination wedding.

This is but a teaser…stay tuned for our top takeaways from those masterclasses and additional fashion and jewelry coverage from India’s most exclusive bridal extravaganza!