The process of creating a bridal outfit is different and entirely personalized. We know that we are not creating an outfit but turning the bride’s dreams into reality and eventually making memories!
Gorgeous bride to be Niti from Texas, USA had a dream outfit in her mind for her summer wedding. Our customer service manager Lakshmi was the first person to have interacted with Niti when she reached out to us on our Whatsapp. Lakshmi understood the first set of requirements and she arranged a video call with our designer Priti Sahni. When Priti and Niti spoke over the phone, we understood that she is looking for classy, traditional lehenga in ivory with delicate and ornate golden detailing. So, to make sure that we were on the same page, the first thing to follow as a design process was to share a sketch which highlighted the silhouette, neckline, and sleeve detailing borders and trims.
We take measurements of our all brides using our measurement template which is self-explanatory. We are always available for virtual consultation if they need help. Once we got her measurements, we crosschecked and asked for more details to make doubly sure
Colors are difficult to understand from mobile and laptop screens; however, we always try our best to come as close to the client’s understanding. For Niti’s ivory color, we shared the options of actual ivory raw silk swatches in natural light from which she could select her favorite.
Niti wanted paisley buttis on her lehenga so we shared sample embroidery looks for lehenga, allover floral vine work on blouse and the floral buttis for dupatta
She was totally involved in the design process and could see embroidery elements, golden and antique shade interaction and design of the hand embroidery as we proceeded. The inputs on border designs for lehenga and dupatta were also exchanged before the ﬁnal work started.
Once the outﬁt was ready, we did a detailed 25 point quality check and shared the shoot with her. Niti’s outﬁt was a special one for us too as it was a beautiful journey wherein the progress and ideas were shared throughout to make an outstanding end product. Niti was happy with the outﬁt and we could not wait to see her pics
The ivory colour that she had chosen for her summer wedding lehenga has now become a trend setter and the colour play with golden and antique hand embroidery made it surreal. When we got the pics from her, it left us speechless… the hair, the jewellery, the drape and the most importantly the SMILE on her face, it was a truly a rewarding moment for us!