The well-known designer Akanksha Gajria’s wedding was a whimsical and dreamy affair. We were truly amazed by her level of planning and execution. She designed every outfit for her wedding herself. And not only hers, but she also designed outfits for every family member. Akanksha put a lot of thought and effort into her wedding outfits, and it showed. Being a designer, Akanksha knew how to personalize each outfit according to the person and their style. It was also a pleasant surprise to see such a joyful bride who was responsible for designing outfits for each occasion. We got to witness some pretty amazing looks and outfits, and we’re sure y’all will love ‘em too! So let’s check them out!

Check Out Designer Akanksha Gajria’s Wedding For Some Stunning Outfit Inspo-

1. Tie-Dye 3D Floral Lehenga For Mehendi

Akanksha truly stood out as a bride-to-be at her Mehendi in a floral lehenga. It wasn’t just a casual lehenga but a 3D floral lehenga. Akanksha revealed that the lehenga was made from the leftover tie-dye fabric worn by brides in 2020 that donned Akanksha Gajria Label. It was a commendable move by the talented designer towards sustainable fashion. She designed her, as well as, groom-to-be Avinay’s outfit. Avinay wanted a ‘chill and laidback’ Mehendi look, and Akanksha delivered. He wore a sequin kurta in ivory and yellow tie-dye splatter, along with ghera salwar.  

rainbow 3D floral lehenga

ivory sequin kurta

Bride-to-be Akanksha went ahead and designed outfits for her family members as well. She designed a yellow and orange monotone lehenga for her mother who was wearing a lehenga for the first time. Akanksha chose to color block her father and brother while symbolizing the thought ‘cut from the same cloth’. It was truly a vision to witness the whole family dressed in thoughtful pieces from AG Label.

yellow and orange lehenga

color block men kurta

bridal squad picture

These real brides wore self-designed outfits on their wedding day.

2. Rainbow Lehenga For Haldi Ceremony

For the Haldi ceremony, Akanksha took inspiration from her classic rainbow collection. She explained that she always wanted ivory to be a part of her wedding attire and designed her Haldi outfit accordingly. She wore a multicolored lehenga with an ivory base. Along with mirror details and 3D mirror tassels hanging from the net dupatta.

unique seating decor

akanksha gajria rainbow lehenga

haldi pooja ceremony

Bookmark these pretty ivory-colored lehengas for summer weddings.

3. Designer Akanksha Gajria’s Wedding Lehenga

When it came to her big day, you can bet Akanksha went all out. For her wedding lehenga, the designer wanted a long veil instead of the traditional phoolon ki chadar. She wore an exquisite rose gold lehenga for the wedding with a 3-meter long veil. Akanksha designed the net veil with a mirror embroidered border. There was no doubt about the fact that she looked surreal. We also loved the stunning gold jewelry pieces.

bridal veil shot

long bridal veil trail

couple wedding pictures

Steal inspiration from these top bridal colors for 2021.

4. Gorgeous Wedding Ceremony

Coming to Avinay’s groom look, the designer left no stone unturned in designing her partner’s dream sherwani. Avinay’s love for Batman has been quite evident for as long as Akanksha has known him. And to his and our surprise, she designed a custom sherwani with self-print Batman logos all over it. Grooms-to-be, take cues! As a pair, Akanksha and Avinay totally complement each other, and we’re in awe of them.

designer Akanksha Gajria's weddingrose gold lehenga

batman self-print custom sherwani

Save these Banarasi sherwani ideas for modern grooms-to-be.

Which of these outfits was your favorite? Let us know in the comments. We wish this gorgeous couple all the very best in their future endeavors.

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