Wedding Warps of WeaverStory

WeaverStory celebrates centuries of weaving traditions encapsulating diligent craftsmanship. Adorning brides with breathtaking banarasi opulence holding sensibilities of fine art. Wedding collection pays homage to delicate designs in banarasi fabrics to make  you shine through every moment of your big day. 

Weddings are special occasions and so are our brides to us. We create silhouettes that make you feel good about your D-day. Brides of WeaverStory create divine harmony by carrying the vintage luxury on their wedding day. 

These meticulously handcrafted drapes of wedding hues bear unforgettable moments. These unforgettable moments carry the weight of our emotions. That's why we create your banarasi wedding lehengas and banarasi sarees keeping your emotions in mind. 

Since lehengas are our go to for weddings, we all have a certain picture in our mind of our Dream wedding lehenga. Out of everything, traditional banarasi lehenga is the most preferred one. Here’s what WeaverStory brides have to say about our classic collection of banarasi lehengas.

WeaverStory Brides


WeaverStory brides who have trusted us with their dream wedding lehengas and have never left unsatisfied. This gives us a sense of relief and motivation to continue to work on what we love doing.

WeaverStory Bride - Aarushi Bansal 

The bride always wanted her lehenga to be versatile yet classic. She, being so traditional, did not want to go for conventional shades of red for her special day but wanted it to be the brightest. She chose WeaverStory’s hot pink banarasi lehenga to celebrate her Indian roots.

Wherever she went to find her wedding lehenga, she couldn’t find what she had always wanted. When she had only two weeks left, she visited WeaverStory and it was love at first sight when she saw her banarasi bridal lehenga.

Here’s a dreamy wedding lehenga similar to what Aarushi got for herself.

Pink Banarasi Lehengas

WeaverStory Bride - Mannat 

First thing that helped us provide the best for her was she knew what she wanted. She knew exactly what she was looking for and how she wanted to look. The bride specifically wanted banarasi silk for her wedding. She opted for a red banarasi lehenga which was embellished with ornate zari and meenakari work.

To compliment her look, she went with a double dupatta look. One dupatta with adha jaal motifs pleated on her shoulder. The other one was organza dupatta with zardozi work on her head. She finished her look with minimalistic jewellery and gold kalire looking absolutely regal.  She aced the look with her subtle smile & breathtaking outfit.

Here’s a classic wedding banarasi lehenga similar to mannat’s outfit. 

Deep Red Handloom Banarasi Lehenga with Meenakari

WeaverStory Bride - Utharaa 

The bride never had a pre-decided colour in her mind. So, she kept trying different colours and weaves. All of a sudden, the groom spotted a bold red banarasi lehenga on one of the shelves of WeaverStory.

It was the simplest lehenga that Utharaa tried and it instantly felt right. The lehenga was almost entirely plain red with a solid gold weave along the bottom. Bride’s lehenga was totally a dreamy affair that went perfectly well with the groom's white kerala Mundu. 

You can get yourself a similar simple yet sophisticated banarasi lehenga 

Why WeaverStory?

WeaverStory is a 100% handloom brand that curates authentic drapes from the streets of banaras and revives the dying tradition. A perfect space for people seeking authenticity as we provide echt staples by working in close proximity with weavers  from different craft clusters.


What you can get yourself at WeaverStory?

While picking the wedding outfits, nothing can beat the splendor of banarasi brocade fabrics.

Have a look at these banarasi sarees and banarasi lehengas to get inspired or customize your look.

1. Pastel Hues -

Break the monotony of red and maroon lehengas to explore more. Pastel hued lehengas are being loved by brides these days. If you are going to be a bride soon, invest in a pastel banarasi wedding lehenga for your trousseau.

Rangkaat Handloom Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Lehenga with Pista Green Dupatta and Blouse


2. Season of Meenakari -

Detail matters but detailing like meenakari matters even more when done on a brightly colored banarasi saree. You can never go wrong with the shades of purple for your wedding day. Brighter the color of your saree, lighter is the mood.


3. Enchanting velvet -

You can never go wrong with velvet (makhmal). Velvet lehengas are so much in trend and are perfect for winters as the fabric keeps you warm. So, ditch your traditional wedding lehengas and go for velvet this year.



Author : Anjali Bhati