An Indian bride and groom standing in their mandap before their Indian, Hindu, wedding ceremony.

Bridal Train Lehengas

With wedding lehengas the sky’s the limit. This bride blended an American tradition into her gorgeous custom-made lehenga: a train. We’re seeing this lovely trend more.

Our featured bride, Shreta worked closely with Dallas-based fashion designer Prachi from Prashe Fashion, to come up with the design for this ceremony lehenga.  Prachi designed and made three outfits in total for the bride: for the garba-sangeet, wedding, and reception. In all, it took about 7 months to design and create the three lehengas. The photos below, illustrate the ceremony lehenga from different angles.

An Indian bride wearing a red and gold lehenga posing for a photo before her wedding starts.
Shreta’s ceremony lehenga with the train.
An Indian bride wearing a red and gold lehenga walking down the aisle with her uncles.
Walking down the aisle
An Indian bride sitting in a chair and her groom taking pheres their Hindu wedding ceremony.
During the pheres, the groom has to be careful not to step in the train.
An Indian bride and groom standing in their mandap before their Indian, Hindu, wedding ceremony.
The train definitely adds flare.
an Indian bride and groom sitting in their mandap posing for a photo with the bridesmaids.
In this photo you can see the train on the sides – especially the left. We like how it bunches when she sits – looks pretty.

Indian groom carrying his Indian bride after their Hindu wedding ceremony.
See Shreta and Bharat’s ShaadiShop wedding feature.

Photography: VEK Photo
Venue: Intercontinental Dallas

More Train Lehengas

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Om Prakash Jawahar Lal – Bridal Wear (Chandni Chowk, New Delhi)

 

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Manish Malhotra as seen on Zeenat Style

Eye-catching gold and navy blue mermaid cut lehenga with a train by Kalki Fashion. (below)

What do you think of train lehengas for a wedding or reception? Leave us a comment.

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