Bridal Fashion

Here's How this Bride Wore Her Mother's Bridal Lehenga with a Twist!

Shreya Gupta, 12 Jul 2019

Source Tanvi Puri

Being a woman “What to Wear” is a constant struggle and even more when you’re a bride-to-be. You just cannot afford to look anything short of stunning for all your wedding ceremonies! Most often when talking about looking stunning, nothing comes to our mind than choosing pretty designer outfits, but wait, you're missing out a very important place—Your mother's closet! Yes, rack off her gorgeous bridal outfits and give them a modern spin, just like how this bride did!

Decorator Bride, Tanvi Puri wore her mom's bridal lehenga with a twist and she's spilling the beans of how you can too. While we were still not done obsessing over her gorgeous Roka ceremony look and her fancy bachelorette, we are in here again, in love with her pooja look too.

So without any further ado, let’s dig into the beautiful pictures of this brides pooja look.

Tanvi Puri's Pooja Look in her Mom's Bridal Lehenga

We love how Tanvi Puri modernized her mom's bridal lehenga and rocked it for her first official wedding ceremony which was an intimate pooja (Viah Haath). She paired the traditional red bridal lehenga with a modern fawn-coloured wrap-up blouse and a fawn dupatta. To bring out the best in her look she let her hair flow along with a dainty red bindi and a gold necklace. We are going head over heels on how Tanvi Puri styled her minimal look for the pooja ceremony and looked breathtakingly beautiful.

Source Tanvi Puri
Source Tanvi Puri
Source Tanvi Puri
Source Tanvi Puri
Source Tanvi Puri
Source Tanvi Puri
Source Tanvi Puri

Spilling the beans about her decision to wear her mom's lehenga, bride Tanvi said, "For me, the definition of a bride was my mom's pictures in her wedding dress. I always wanted to wear it since I was a little girl. So I decided to surprise my mom by designing the lehenga with a new blouse for my Viah Haath function - which is the first official function that commences the wedding. It made my parents so happy and I think it has been the most special outfit I ever wore."

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Are you too going to wear something from your mom's wardrobe for your wedding ceremonies? Share with us in the comments!