Picture this: You are walking down the aisle in the lehenga of your dreams, wearing wedding jewellery that makes you look like an empowered queen who rules the world with her beauty; the guests around you are holding back their tears, seeing how beautiful a bride could look on this day; your parents are feeling the rush of emotions, both excited to see you take the next step in your life and sad to let their little girl finally become the woman she was meant to be; your groom is waiting at the end of the aisle for you, looking at you with heart eyes; and his family nevertheless waiting with open arms to welcome you into their family.
While you pictured this dreamy entrance, we are sure you imagined a divine woman donned in a heavily embellished lehenga with bridal jewellery that one couldn’t take their eyes off. With years of experience and determination to offer exquisitely handcrafted masterworks both in terms of bridal outfits and jewellery, along with several opportunities to bedeck the belle of the ball, we decided to curate an inspirational bridal look from head to toe for millennial brides to take center stage with her heavenly traditional look.
The Enticing Wedding Ensemble
Experience the magnificence of a wedding lehenga from a luxury atelier, handcrafted in pure silk and embellished with elegance, glamour, and unrivalled charm at all inches. The brilliance of the craftsmen from the holy land of Banaras is reflected in the WeaverStory special bridal lehenga.
The resplendent red lehenga is meticulously crafted with love and precision using delicate pure silk threads. Each silk thread is woven with attention to detail to ensure impeccable craftsmanship, unparalleled aesthetic appeal, and nonetheless incredible durability. The mesmerizing katan silk surface of the lehenga is richly adorned with delicate gold and silver zari Meenakari masterwork, intricately crafted to bring out its elegance and introduce an essence of royalty to the ensemble.
The bridal lehenga comes with a ravishing red blouse made with raw silk and an exquisite dupatta made with organza fabric. Both of these exquisite works of art are heavily embellished with colored stones and intricate hand embroidery. The alluring dupatta stands out impeccably thanks to its elaborate border that is adorned with gold zari embroidery along with beautiful red and green stones. The regal ensemble takes up to 5 to 6 weeks for weaving, customization based on your measurements, and dispatch time.
The Breathtaking Bridal Dupatta
The red zardozi dupatta is a perfect masterpiece to wear as a veil. For an imperial look, you can drape your lehenga’s dupatta in such a way that it accentuates your beautiful curves along the waist and the shoulder while using this zardozi dupatta as a veil. The veil is destined to do the magic with its exuberant aesthetic appeal when adorned over your head along with an extraordinary braid or bun adorned with fresh flowers like roses or mogra. The Mughal-inspired floral zardozi border appears as if it is pulled straight from the imperial closets of the Mughal royals. The tiny zardozi booti add a touch of femininity and sheer elegance to the dupatta. This exquisite masterpiece is brought to you straight from the ingenious craftsmen of Farrukhabad. Now that you have found the bridal inspiration for your wedding sartorial requirements, let’s explore the imperial bridal jewellery you can adorn with this exquisite bridal ensemble.
The Iconic Bridal Jewellery
Indian wedding dresses may look exquisitely appealing but may still lack charm when not adorned with beautiful bridal jewellery. Bridal jewellery is considered an indispensable element of the bridal trousseau and often comes as an heirloom from the bride’s mother or grandmother. While in most cases, you get the jewellery bestowed upon you by the feminine figures in your home, some of you may feel lured by enticing jewellery pieces on the market. Purchasing new, but traditional jewellery that blends well with your contemporary bridal look can prove to be one of the best decisions you could make. Brides, however fashion-forward, almost tend to incline towards investing in heirloom-worthy, truly extraordinary fine diamond or timeless moissanite polki jewellery pieces. Here are four bridal jewellery must-haves you can pair with your regal ensemble. Each of these pieces is brought to you by the craftsmen of the "Pink City," Jaipur. The city is known for its impeccable craftsmen, especially in terms of pure silver jewellery.
The Rachita Necklace set
Your bridal look is destined to be elevated by this imperial work of art. The gold-plated, pure silver base of this exquisite necklace set is richly adorned with stones that enhance its elegance explicitly. The timeless appeal of the moissanite polki stones, when paired with delicate diamonds and beautiful pearls hanging at the bottom, ooze luxury at its finest. The grandeur of the emeralds steals the show and adds a bold touch of glamour to the necklace set. Deck yourself in this scene-stealing work of art and be prepared to be showered with compliments.
The Yasmeen Maang Tikka
This head-turner is fated to match the elegance of the Rachita necklace set. The ethereal display of moissanite polki stones adorned over a gold-plated, pure silver base makes this masterpiece worth pairing with your ensemble. This state-of-the-art maang tikka is adorned with tiny white motis and green watermelon tourmalines, which are destined to complement the bridal lehenga.
Aasma And Rida Rings
When adorned with handcrafted masterworks from top to bottom, how can you overlook your hand setting? While the Aasma ring is fated to make you the talk of the town, the Rida ring will turn heads with its extraordinary craftsmanship. The Aasma ring is an ultra-chic ring that has a gold-plated pure silver base adorned with an enchanting emerald stone at the centre, which is then surrounded with an amalgamation of moissanite polki and red stones. This breathtaking ring is destined to give you a glimpse of true luxury and royalty. The Rida ring, on the other hand, is a mesmerizing work of art adorned with green enamel embossed at the center with floral designs and further decorated with drop-shaped moissanite polki stones. The gold-plated, pure silver base is adorned with moissanite polki stones in a design that will steal hearts with its aesthetic appeal.
The Gohar Bangle
The Gohar bangles are one of the most unique pieces available in our jewelry collections handcrafted in pure silver. Encrusted with moissanite polki and luxurious semi precious stones, the piece will accentuate your mood and aura around you. The design and colour combination of this imperial bangle make it an ideal pick to pair with the red bridal lehenga.
Other than these artworks, you must either opt for traditional heels for an elevated look or choose hand-embroidered mojaris to complete your bridal look. If you are someone who likes to experiment with something quirky in all fashion apparel, you can opt for the designer, hand-embroidered sneakers for footwear. You can also explore our wedding sarees if you wish to ditch the lehenga in favour of experimenting with another classic look. For more information about bridal wear outfits and jewellery, stay tuned to WeaverStory.
Author: Simran Shaikh