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04 August, 2021

Bride Wore 3-D Floral Lehenga For Her Mehendi


Meet our bride of the week, whose love for custom-made outfit gave her the courage to design a 3D-floral lehenga for her own mehendi night.

By Ekta Chanana

The Mehendi Night


Our bride, Akanksha Gajria had dreamt of wearing a custom-made lehenga for her mehendi. Her outfit had taken 2000 job hours to be made.

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The bride had accessorised her look with a custom-made mathapatti and choker neckpiece by Surbhi Jewels. She had finished off her bridal glow with minimal makeup and soft curled tresses.

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The bride's mehendi outfit was made from scratch. Each piece on the fabric was laser cut into petals and flowers, and then stitched on the lehenga.

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The bride had even designed an amazing ensemble for her groom as well. She had made sure he complemented her precious lehenga as well.

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The Haldi Ceremony


For her haldi ceremony. the bride had donned a rainbow-hued lehenga with mirror-work on it.

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The bride had kept her look subtle for her haldi ceremony with a pop of pink eyeshadow.

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The Wedding Day


For the wedding day, the bride had not only designed her D-Day lehenga, but also her groom's classy sherwani.

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The bride always wanted a rosegold lehenga. She had designed horizontal zari-borders on her lehenga skirt. She had styled it with a net dupatta with a thick border.

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The bride had styled her pretty rose gold lehenga with heavy bridal jewellery. However, her open hairdo had added more charm to her bridal look.

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The bride had also designed her groom's wedding day ensemble. She had created a unique design for him, which she had named, batman sherwani.

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The bride had added batman motifs in her groom's sherwani. She had also used pearl and zari embroidered buttons to accentuate the whole look.

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