Bridal Fashion

Fashion In Style: 5 Wedding Designers To Wear To Your Wedding & Look Stunning!

Neha Garg, 10 Mar 2016

More than we dream about our knights in shining armor, we dream about what we’d wear when they come to get us. Weddings aren’t just a union of souls; they are an occasion to buy truckloads of clothes! As the D-day draws near, lets do better than be thrown around in a whirlpool of suggestions, well-meaning advises and general last minute panic. Take charge and plan a great wedding wardrobe designed by experts in bridal couture! Read on for the hottest bridal wear designers to keep a lookout for, this wedding season:

Falguni and Shane Peacock


Shane and Falguni set out on their fashion journeys with nothing but hope and the wild determination to make it big in the industry. Slowly and steadily, love seeped into their busy lives and they got married. As their personal lives interwined around their passion, they expanded their horizons and soon became the husband-wife duo who has been making waves on the ramp with their eccentric and fantastic designs. Inspired by fairy tales, dramatic elements, and dreamy silhouettes, their bridal collection is an eclectic mix of traditional and modern sensibilities alike. Their desi designs have caught the fancy of Hollywood icons like Rihanna, Katy Perry, Fergie, and JLo who walked the red carpet in a Shane and Falguni Peacock numbers. You wedding lehenga couldn’t have been in better hands! 

Sabyasachi Mukherji


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Once upon a time, a magician walked the earth and dressed everything in magnificent creations. That Magician now goes by the name Sabyasachi Mukherji and his bridal ensembles are more than another outfit, it is a work of art. Flaunt the inner Maharani in you by choosing a Sabyasachi designed outfit for your big day. His designs are a regal fusion of traditional and contemporary sensibilities, drenched in the colors of midnight skies. Let your wedding be a true celebration of love in the style of the royals!

Anita Dongre

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One of the few designers who has doesn’t back down from bold colors like blues, hot pinks, sunny yellows, and deep reds, Anita Dongre’s bridal collection is inspired by Jaipur’s mesmerizing culture and features intricate gota-patti embroidery. So if you are a bride who likes to add a dash of color to her party, you must consider getting dressed by none other than Anita Dongre. Be the best version of yourself on your wedding day and watch your groom’s eyes light up in wonder as you sashay down the wedding aisle!

Shyamal and Bhumika

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A fitting outfit for your fairy-tale ending, Shyamal and Bhumika’s bridal collection is the perfect choice to please the princess in you! From dreamy lilacs to intense purples, you will have an outfit embellished with constellations if you please! Wedding gowns created in royal velvets, and lehengas that fall into streams of silk, you are going to love your own wedding swag like no other! Apart from the lehenga for the main event, you can also select a Shyamal and Bhumika ensemble for your Sangeet or Mehendi. Strut a beautiful red Palazzo suit or twirl in a stylish, bright pink Anarkali, make the most of your designer outing.

Chamee and Palak

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Chamee and Palak’s wedding collection is fun, stylish, and elegant. Budget friendly designer bridal wear is every bride’s dream and your dreams are about to be filled with vibrant hues, graceful silhouettes, and vivacious drapes. Chug along to Chamee and Palak’s design studio to get yourself a custom-made designer lehenga to suit your moods and choices. You can also pick other outfits to wear at other wedding functions. Delightful floral prints for the Mehendi and a sequined ensemble for the Sangeet, turn on your groove, come let’s get your married! Plan your clothes well in advance to avoid any last minute hassles and entrust your wardrobe with any of the above designers for a super unique ensemble. Happy weddings to you! Writing Credits: Geeta Masurekar