Are you someone who has already started dreaming about your bridal lehenga? Lady! you are not the only one. With friends and relatives around you getting hitched, every girl next door dreams about her wedding lehenga.
From choosing a bridal lehenga to deciding your hair and makeup artist, girls make sure that everything they dreamt of should turn into reality. Especially a big fat Indian wedding is a huge affair.
While deciding on a bridal lehenga, it is impossible to miss out on fashion tycoons of India. From Manish Malhotra to Tarun Tahiliani, Indian brides to be can never go without looking at their stunning and impeccable bridal creations.
Hold on to your feelings because here are some exquisite bridal lehengas from India’s celebrated fashion designers:
Manish Malhotra is one of the prominent fashion designers of the Bollywood industry. Several actors have donned Manish’s designs on different occasions. One lehenga that caught our eye is the actor Urmila Matondkar. She opted for the designer’s red lehenga that adorned heavy golden embroidery. The actor also carried a pink coloured chunni and looked absolutely beautiful.
Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla
Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla are known for their amazing Indian bridal looks. The most iconic lehenga was donned by Shloka Mehta, daughter-in-law of Mukesh Ambani.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee is one of the leading designers not only in India but also across the world. For those who don’t know, American socialite Kim Kardashian wore a red shimmery Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Even many Bollywood divas including Anushka Sharma and Priyanka Chopra opted for Sabyasachi lehengas for their special day.
This talented designer owns the runways and raises the bar when it comes to Indian wedding lehengas. Her designs scream royalty and Indian culture. Recently, social media sensation Prajakta Koli aka Mostly Sane got featured on Anita Dongre’s official Instagram handle. The new collection, #LoveStory, will surely leave you awestruck.
The Tarun Tahiliani brand has set a goal to create the ultimate Indian look with a modern touch. At the same time, it reflects its roots in Indian drapes and techniques created with love by local craftsmen and artisans.