He weaves together Indian craftsmanship and textiles with flattering silhouettes and trendy styling. Little wonder then that couturier TarunTahiliani has been one of the 'go to' designers for Indian brides for over a decade. Here, we present 15 Real Brides who looked resplendent in his creations that exude timeless sartorial appeal.

The Traditional Lehenga
Brides Samhita Phukan, Tanvi and Harsha Rupani sidestepped the traditional red for their wedding lehengas, opting instead for this stunning coral ensemble. Featuring rich zardosi and resham booti embroidery, this lehenga was paired with a net dupatta and featured short sleeves in deep teal.

Photo Courtesy- Camera Wale Baraati, Picture Perfect India and Recall Pictures

The Concept Saree
Bride Nisha Hemlani sported a pre-stitched concept saree in red, yellow and pink with a modern strappy blouse for her Japanese ‘Floral Fujiyama-themed’ mehendi function.

Photo Courtesy- Mili Ghosh

The Visionary Lehenga
Her mint green lehenga mirrored the vibe of her seaside beach wedding with its ‘surf wave’ blue and sandy gold accents. Bride Archana Vijaya, who is an anchor and VJ, refreshed the traditional bridal palette with this standout ensemble.

Photo Courtesy- The Lightsmiths

The Mughal Lehenga
The elegant motifs of the Mughal era found haute expression in Bride Rasna’s wedding lehenga with its floral designs on the pearly skirt and purple choli. This work of art was paired with a contrasting crimson dupatta featuring a broad border that mirrored the motifs in the rest of the ensemble.

Photo Courtesy- WedRed

The Floral Lehenga
Bride Payal Shah’s beauty blossomed anew in a pink and red lehenga with floral motifs that she wore for her mehendi ceremony. Evoking the essence of spring, this creation was all about femininity, romance and gentle buds that evoke new beginnings.

Photo Courtesy- Morvi Images

The Panelled Lehenga
Bride Shalini customised her rich fuchsia lehenga with 16 panels, each with a subtly different colour ranging from baby pink to peach and coral. Complementing the hues were intricate stone and mirror work with kundan embroidery.

The Ivory Lehenga
Reminiscent of white wedding gowns, Bride Ashni’s ivory tulle lehenga for her sangeet featured charming layered gold and brown accents. The elegant ensemble paired dramatically with her bold gold net blouse.

The Pre-draped Saree
Bride Priya Narwani looked ravishingly different at her fun mehendi ceremony by the poolside where she rocked her contemporary, colourful pre-draped saree with elan.

Photo Courtesy- Picture Perfect India

The Exceptional Lehenga
Bride Nisha Hemlani’s green and magenta lehenga matched the groom’s emerald sherwani as they walked down the aisle to the outdoor mandap. The fine gold thread embroidery and embellishments added a regal touch to her daytime wedding look.

Photo Courtesy- Mili Ghosh

The Flirty Lehenga
Bride Khyati Modi chose a traditional pink and red lehenga for her pheras. This lovely ensemble featured Tarun Tahiliani’s hallmark exquisite gold embroidery all the way from hip to hem.

Photo Courtesy- Arjun Menon

The Brocade Lehenga
Bride Sukanya Shah paired her rich brocade blouse with her ivory and maroon lehenga for her pheras. Her pearly kundan and gold jewellery, and hair bun encircled with white flowers tied the whole look together neatly.

The Summery Lehenga
Featuring the rich texture of all-over embroidery in magenta, green and light ochre hues, Bride Moulika’s ornate lehenga was paired contrastingly with a light olive green dupatta.

Photo Courtesy- Amar Ramesh

The Glamorous Lehenga
This peach and red ombre lehenga with gold embroidery made Bride Aakanksha Baldota a style star at her reception. Her short sleeve blouse with charming shoulder tassels had contemporary white borders that matched her sophisticated white necklace beautifully.

The Classic Lehenga
The traditional Indian wedding colours of orange, red and gold merged beautifully in bride Pooja Halwasiya’s lehenga. Her blouse featured a deep neckline that allowed her to flaunt her multiple necklaces that were coordinated skillfully to look just right.

The Timeless Lehenga
Coral was the colour of choice for Bride Manvi whose lehenga featured interesting details such as a striped layered hem with festive colours, paisley motifs in jaali work and festive floral patterns all through.

Photo Courtesy- Design Aqua Studio

We are looking for inspiration from fashion forward brides. If you would like to share photographs of your wedding lehengas, email us at weddingsutra@gmail.com

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