Real Brides Reveal: The Mehendi/ Sangeet Outfit That I DIY-ed!
BY Latha Sunadh | 03 Nov, 2016 | 969 views | 2 min read
Pics via Pixelstory.inMegha says "My bridal outfits were all self-designed with references from google. The sangeet outfit and blouses for the sarees were designed by me through a lot of research and referencing. I bought all the fabric and got it tailor made to my measurements from Desire Boutique in Bangalore. Dilshad of Desire Boutique was very obliging and I couldn’t imagine anyone else putting up with and executing my specifications and detailing ideas,". Lilac Love
Pic via The Story WeaversAakshi says " My Sangeet / Cocktails outfit was very unique. It was a Lucknavi chikankari lehenga that was self designed. I bought from KC fabrics in Lajpat. It was inspired by the Nizam era so it has an old worldly charm of royalty to it." Red Riding Hood
Photography by ShotStories by Varun SureshAdithi says " I used my parent’s wedding and mum’s retro style as my inspiration. Everything I picked had bright and earthy organic colours. My mother found some gorgeous material on a roadside store in Hyderabad and we used it to stitch my Sangeet lehenga with. It was simple, I loved it," Traditions On Cue
Pic via 1plus1 StudioLeelu says “My wedding saris and blouses – they are all self-designed! My wedding blouse has the ‘Suryavanka’ (sun) and ‘Chandravanka’ (moon) motifs, work done with zardozi and stones. They matched the jewellery given by my grandmother. My Mehendi outfit was completely custom-made and self-designed too" Cape & Glory
Photography by The Wedding CrasherKarishma says "For the Mehendi I decided to design the outfit myself down to the embroidery and fabric sourcing as well. I decided to go with ivory with hints of red and dull gold,".