This Bride Had Her Love Story Embroidered On Her Wedding Lehenga…and we love it!

Kresha Bajaj, the young designer behind the label Koëcsh, married Vanraj Zaveri earlier this year at Udaipur’s Leela Palace.

Kresha knew she wouldn’t wear her wedding lehenga again but wanted to use it in some form or another. Inspiration struck when she remembered how a newlywed in an episode of The Real Housewives had gotten her wedding dress framed and put up in her house like artwork! But what should she have on her lehenga that not just looked like art, but was meaningful enough to be framed? Her love story with Vanraj Of course!

It took months to make the lehenga. The bride and groom’s names were embroidered onto it to form a chevron pattern, as were important moments of their life together—from dating milestones to the proposal, and a hem of jumping dolphins that signified the place where everything began for them.

The Newly Weds names embroidered on the Lehenga.

The Proposal beautifully depicted. Image Credit: The House of Pixels

The venue for the big day, The Leela Palace Udaipur was part of the embroidery as well!

Beautiful Guiseppe heels were the perfect fit for the beautifully embroidered Lehenga.

The Happy Couple!

‘Creativity really does blossom where the heart is free we must say!’. Here is wishing Kresha and Vanraj the best that life has to offer in their journey together.

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Wearing a Neeta Lulla designer dress to your Wedding just got easier!

Fashion designer Neeta Lulla is popular among celebs, the celebrity fashion designer is now entering the cost effective wedding wear segment with a “budget friendly wedding” line.

Her new label ‘N Bride’, is a fine balance between haute couture and Prêt à porter for consumers who are focused on fashion aesthetics.

The USP of the brand is its ability to fuse western and ethnic silhouettes, prints and designs catering to varied tastes. This line is aimed at a budget-friendly wedding.

Lulla says it is important to cater to the big middle class, which is going to be the next big consumer of luxury.

Couture needs to be democratic and the vision is to make every garment a limited edition piece.

Priced between Rs 30,000 to Rs 1 lakh, the collection will be available at fashion stores like Aza, Ensemble, Angasutra, Label24 Dubai, Vesimi Dubai, Bibi in London and Pernia’s Pop Up as well as the flagship The House Of Neeta Lulla store in Juhu, Mumbai.

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DIY hacks to add that extra fun to your Wedding Mehendi and keep it budget friendly!

Mehndi ceremonies are one of the most significant customs in Indian weddings. After all, it is the day when the brides, bridesmaids, girlfriends and other women in the family come together and apply mehndi all the while having fun and making merry.

As the function is a close-knit and personal affair, it is only fitting to add that creative touch with these DIY Ideas.

DIY Chandeliers: Flower and feather chandeliers

Mason Jar Hangings

Chinese Umbrellas suspended as ceiling decor

Pinwheel Table Centerpieces

Bangle Bar

Mehendi Themed Cakes and Cookies

Mehendi Themed Candles

Just that little extra to make your Mehendi function that much more special! 🙂

 

 

These wedding photos from a 100 years ago will make you smile!

Weddings have existed since time immemorial. An institution which marks the beginning of a new life and in today’s technology driven era, with all the new software, the experience has become even more memorable.

But have you ever wondered how it must have been when your grandparents got married, some of us are lucky enough to have the photos but some of us have only heard stories. The intrigue they carry makes one smile.

We put together some timeless beauties for you to see!

Photography classics!

Do you have any timeless vintage wedding photos! Please share 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

8 Cute Wedding Signs to have as decor elements!

Signage is one of the easiest ways to personalise the decor at your wedding. While signs can come in handy for practical uses, such as displaying your wedding day agenda and different areas in your wedding venue, signs at venues can also be used as a decor element which narrates a story.

Whether you want to display a romantic song lyric or a quote from your favourite love story, there’s a sign for you.

We list down some of our favourites!

Image Credit : WeddingNama and The Wedding Co Source: Wedmegood

Image Credit: Wedmegood for your Bollywood themed cocktail!

We would love to know which one is your favourite! 🙂

This artist has sketched out life with his girlfriend almost every day for 5 years and they are freaking awesome!

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Pete Duffield met his girlfriend Kellie Gage 5 years ago and since then embarked on a quest to document their life through his sketches, so that their daughter Poppy.

“I started keeping a list of ideas on my phone whenever something funny happened,” Duffield told HuffPost. “The collection of drawings gradually grew and it was fun to document silly things we’d say or do.”

Duffield’s distinctly British sense of humour has garnered fans worldwide-Still, his favourite readers will always be Kellie and their baby girl.

“I still make the illustrations for Kellie  ― and Poppy now, for when she is older and can look back on them,” he said.

We checked out his Instagram Profile and found them cute and hilarious!

For more of these awesome cartoons check out Pete Duffield