We’re speaking about bride Neha Mehta and her mom Brinda Mehta, who appeared so regal on Neha’s marriage ceremony that we won’t cease admiring the duo’s lovely photos collectively.
Neha Mehta surprised in a handloom chanderi silk lehenga for her marriage ceremony. The lehenga by Rimple and Harpreet is an ode to previous classic textiles, collectibles and curios and was handcrafted on a particular leheriya Chanderi silk. The leheriya was derived from an previous textile archived on the Jaipur Palace Museum, and the tie-dye impact referred to as Panchranga (which was historically worn in Rajasthan in the course of the spring Teej competition) was recreated by specialist dyers in Jaipur. The lehenga was adorned with a melange of motifs- delicate floral sprays present in Pichwai work, baroque chandeliers and fantastical birds of paradise; all rendered in superb zardozi utilizing kasab, gotta and hand minimize sequins. It was paired with an embroidered silk shirt and tulle dupattas in hues of burnished crimson and cinnamon.
Her fairly mom, Brinda Mehta selected a pista hued tulle and silk sharara by the identical designer duo for the marriage. The kurti featured a jaal of gokru gotta interspersed with kachi-patti floral buttis, layered with zardozi wrought delicate floral blossoms and peacock motifs derived from a Mughal Backyard of Paradise miniature portray. The normal Kachi Patti embroidery entails an nearly origami-like strategy of delicate hand folded gota petals mixed with steel salma and tikkis meticulously sewn on the bottom material. The embroidery was mixed together with dabka, resham, textured steel sequins and semi-precious stones to render the intricately detailed motifs. The sharara and dupatta featured throughout sucha gota textures forming chevrons and geometric patterns derived from sacred geometry.
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