By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Bridal fashion is one of the most high-end styling genres that keeps the fashionmongers busy. Every now and then, something new or trendy bridal fashion becomes the buzz of the town. One of them is the personalised lehenga cholis that feature embroidery or embellishment of the bride and the groom's love story. Even though it's not seen very often, over the years, we have come across a few brides who opted for a couture-like this and flaunted their love story with pride.
A wedding is one of the most important events in a woman's life, and she tries to put together everything in perfection, including her wedding look. And now, gone are the days when the brides would only wear simple red Benarasi saree or heavy laal shaadi ka joda. Nowadays, every bride wants to look trendy and beautiful at the same time. Here are a few brides who turned everyone's heads at their weddings by donning a unique lehenga that featured each of their beautiful love stories. Check them out if you would like to add some personalised details to your wedding lehenga.
The bride, Devangna tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Manish Khatau. She had opted for a Kresha Bajaj wedding outfit and had looked absolutely gorgeous. She had worn a beautiful pristine white-coloured lehenga choli which featured golden embroidery all over it. The dupatta and lehenga had intricate embellishments with crystals, beads and zari and had in-detail embroidery about their classic love story.
She had completed her look with kundan jewellery, including a choker, a layered neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka and bangles. Devangna accentuated her look with sheen and dewy makeup.
Fashion designer-turned-bride, Kresha Bajaj is the one who brought the idea of flaunting beautiful love stories on the bride's wedding attires. After watching The Real Housewives, she got the idea of turning the wedding dress into a piece of art, and what can be better than weaving the bride and groom's love story into the wedding lehengas?
Kresha wore a gorgeous ivory and gold combination lehenga choli with intricate embroidery, from showing their proposal to their wedding venue to adding their names in detail to her lehenga at her wedding. Every detailing was embellished with golden crystals, beads and sequins. She paired her look with unique metallic gold shoes that spoke volumes about her fashion sense. However, she completed her look with polki jewellery and subtle makeup.
Veteran actress, Padmini Kolhapure's bahu, Shaza Morani became a Kresha Bajaj bride as she donned a beautiful lilac-coloured lehenga choli that depicted her 16-year-long love story with her then groom-to-be, Priyaank Sharma. Her lehenga and the sweetheart neckline full-sleeved choli featured beautiful elements from the ocean intricately embroidered all over it, along with a personalised love note from her husband, Priyaank, secretly embroidered into her lehenga.
She paired her look with a sheer veil that had a scalloped embroidered hemline. Shaza completed her look with minimal makeup and diamond jewellery, including a choker neckpiece, matching earrings and a matha patti adorned with jhumkis.
The bride, Natasa tied the knot with the love of her life, Mohnish, in Phuket and looked absolutely stunning on their wedding day. She donned a beautiful ivory-coloured lehenga choli that featured intricate embroidery with fuchsia-hued zari and thread. Her lehenga depicted scenes from her beautiful love story, and the detailed embroidery added a special charm to the whole look.
The bride wore a gold choker piece adorned with pink beads, matching earrings, a maang teeka and bangles. For makeup, she opted for bold eyes, soft pink lip shade and a dewy look.
The bride, Sonam Nanwani was awestruck with Kresha Bajaj's beautiful love story lehenga and wanted something like that for herself. She wanted something unique in her wedding trousseau. Sonam wore a baby pink-coloured lehenga choli intricately embroidered, depicting special monuments and moments from her relationship days. The alluring rose embellishments, along with golden embroidery with different shades of pink thread, gave an edge to the whole look.
Another bride, Riddhi Ved had opted for a cross-cultural wedding outfit as she is from Mumbai and her groom is from London. So, she wanted to weave their love story in her wedding lehenga, adding elements from both of their cities. The London Eye, Sea Link, along with the proposal moment in Venice and the ice-skating scene, was recreated on her lehenga with intricate embroidery with golden thread by the fashion designer, Kresha Bajaj. Riddhi got her fairytale love story sewed on the hemline of her lehenga.
She completed her look with diamond jewellery, including a neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka and a bunch of bangles. She accentuated her look with subtle makeup and a side-swept braided hairdo bejewelled with hair accessories.
So, here are the brides who etched their memorable moments and highlights of their love story on their wedding trousseau. Would you like to recreate your love story in your wedding outfit? Let us know!