Since we are all quarantined at the moment, why not make the most of it and seek inspiration from these brides who wore self designed wedding outfits. We are already huge suckers for brides who go out of their way to make their wedding dresses stand apart from others and these just took our heart away. Yes, adding personalised elements to your outfit is adorable but making your own wedding outfit is absolutely commendable too.

Know All About These Brides Who Wore Self Designed Wedding Outfits And Were The Talk Of The Town –

1. Bride Who Designed Her Sharara For The Mehendi Ceremony

The bride, Raunika wore a red self-designed sharara set with detailed 3D Gota embroidery, anchor thread works, and mirrors. She chose an offbeat mehndi outfit as she wanted to keep her look unconventional.

Self Designed Wedding Outfits

Image Source: Folio Haus

In case you are looking for ideas to style your sharara differently.

2. Bride Who Wore And Designed An Outfit Inspired From Her Mother’s Wedding Dress

In awe of Jasleen, who made an outfit inspired from her mother’s wedding dress. She depicted “Garden of Eden” from heaven, symbolising a union of two souls. One of the most important elements on the suit is the ‘Peace Bird’ inspired from the art carvings on the walls of Golden Temple. 

brides who designed their outfits

Image Source: Razz Films And Photography

Tips on how you can create your wedding outfit using your mother’s wedding dress.

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3. Designer Brides Who Wore Self Designed Wedding Outfits

Designer Akanksha Gajria had a stunning haldi lehenga. It had vertical multicolour mirror embroidered panels in various ivory tie dye shades of candy, fuchsia, lavender, aqua, orange, lime, yellow & coral. Isn;t she looking gorgeous?

designer bride

Image Source: Akanksha Gajria

Mani K Jassal opted for a 90’s Punjabi fashion look and went with gota patti work mixed with French knots and mirrors. Her look is surely to take inspiration from.

mani jassal wedding outfit

Image Source: Mani K Jassal

How about these Sikh brides with gorgeous wedding outfits.

Youngberry designer Bhavdeep Kaur’s wedding lehenga was inspired from her husband’s love for historical architecture and landscapes. She drew massive mansions on her lehenga in which she showed herself and her husband.

Self Designed Wedding Outfits

Image Source: Bhavdeep Kaur

4. Self-Designed Wedding Dresses That Made Our Heart Skip A Beat

All eyes for this Sikh bride, who designed herself an orange lehenga with embroidery all over it and we are totally loving the traditional outfit.

self designed bridal outfits

Image Source: Parvinder Chahal

This bride totally went OTB and wore shorts and a yellow trail kurta for her mehendi ceremony. Don’t miss out on how she coordinated the border of her husband’s kurta with her shorts.

bridal mehendi dresses

Deekshita was very clear of the fact that in her wedding outfit, she wanted the ritual of the bride getting ready in her 16 shringars, entering the 4 pillared mandap and taking vows with her husband and finally the blessings of the family which has been put in a very interesting way.

bride who designer her outfitImage Source: Pia Deeksh

Designer bride Amreen designed her own intimate wedding outfit from scratch and decided every little bead, moti, colour, fabric everything. In fact, she started her brand with her wedding lehenga. 

pastel blue bridal lehenga

Image Source: Puru Mehta

Save these pastel bridal lehengas for the wedding season.

This bride had her whole wedding based on Kashmiri theme and that is why she made her lehenga with shikaras, khakhas and many such things that she hand-painted herself.

hand painted bridal lehenga

Image Source: Stories By Joseph Radhik

So, now that you have got enough inspiration from these talented and gorgeous brides. Make the most of this quarantine and design a mind-blowing wedding outfit that nobody can take eyes off from it.

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