Real bride, Diksha Garg stunned on her wedding and we can’t take our eyes off her beautiful lehenga.
The pretty bride flaunted a sindoor-hued lehenga by designer duo
Rimple and Harpreet.
Diksha’s vermillion-hued silk lehenga featured a base print of the skirt panels derived from a mid 19th century bandhej textile from Kota in Rajasthan.
The lehenga was layered with chevrons and floral artworks derived from antique textiles and Mughal inlay work which are crafted using aari and marodi ka kaam, kasab, Kashmiri tilla, dabka, hand cut metal sequins and multi-hued pearls.
The bride paired the lehenga with an embroidered patchwork choli and a vintage Banarasi bandhej odhna that was layered with marodi ka kaam. The look was completed with a sheer tulle veil.
She accessorised the look with subtle gold and green jewels which comprised a maang tikka, jhumkas, nathani, kangan and a choker necklace.
Diksha finished off the look with a tiny red bindi and minimal makeup.
Her groom, Piyush Aggarwal looked nothing less than a prince as he opted for an olive toned silk angrakha for the wedding. The angrakha by Rimple and Harpreet featured resham-rendered floral butties and birds of paradise, derived from an 18th century “jama” bodice. It was paired with a dark olive green embroidered kamarbandh and patka. The look was finished off with a hand printed and embroidered stole, hand crafted mojaris and a mul saffa that featured traditional varq ka Kaam.
We loved this royal bride and groom, tell us how did you like their wedding attire in the comment section below.