So if you remember , earlier this year I was one of the few lucky brides who started her wedding preparations by getting a bridal makeover by India's top designer Tarun Tahiliani and the most popular wedding Website in India called Wed Me Good. When I got the call I didn't even know what to say except "ARE YOU SERIOUS ?". The Mehrauli store that recently opened up is no less than a wedding paradise. When I got there they had this beautiful Cream and Gold Gota Patti lehengas laid out for me and had a full range of Beautiful Indian Bridal jewellery to choose from. They had a hair, makeup and photography team ready for me to feel like i've stepped into a dream!! It was one of the best moments of my life, because you don't feel like a bride until you start the preparations and the emotions were clearly evident in my pictures!!
Thank you to Mehak From WMG and Peaches and Blush for this amazing collaboration !
A special shoutout to Rachna Ma'am there who is the most amazing person ever! She knows all the designs at Tarun Tahiliani inside-out, so if you are looking for a wedding outfit or an outfit for your sister/mum, she is the person to meet! Visit there Mehrauli store for their latest collection! I've added some of my fav pieces from their latest collection below, do check them out!
FOR THE PASTEL BRIDE
There were loads and loads of options to choose from if you want to look like a pretty princess on your big day. These are my favourite 5 from the pastel section!
Spoiler Alert - The finale outfit is to die for!
Fashion show pictures are mine or courtesy FDCI
THE SISTER OF THE BRIDE !
Sister of the bride is one of the most important people at the wedding. She is the bride's mirror, her Maid of Honour, Her Right hand person basically. She has to run around a lot so it's really important that she is able to run wherever , whenever the bride needs her. These Gorgeous options are perfect for the sister to shine and be comfortable all at the same time.
AND OFF-COURSE THERE IS THE TRADITIONAL BRIDE !
There is no comparison to the traditional bride. She never goes "out-of-fashion". If you are a traditional bride chances are that this outfit is going to be passed on to your future generations, so be wise and invest in a good design!