The ‘wedding lehenga’ lining layer of ghagra was a very special message for singer Raveena from her mother Dimple Mehta – It took 1557 days to complete this!

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A wedding is indeed a huge affair for every bride, and It was recently witnessed on the social media handle of Singer-Songwriter Raveena Mehta how wonderful and star-studded a wedding can be. In the fairy-tale-like wedding of Raveena, what took everyone’s breath away were the lehengas she wore for each of the functions. Right from Manish Malhotra, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla to wearing DimpleAmrin, the bride was seen shimmering throughout the wedding.


Two looks that mesmerized all were her wedding lehenga and her Love Story Lehenga. When asked Dimple Mehta, the mother, and owner of DimpleAmrin about the tale the love story lehenga had to say, she fondly mentioned, “The border of the love story ghagra is Umadbhavan palace where they first met and fell in love. Which was at Saaket’s Nana Nani’s 50th wedding Anniversary in Jodhpur. The lehenga also features all the places and countries they visited each other during their seven years of courtship. With the year they met in each place, while they were long distanced. This ghagra was conceptualized in 2017 and took 1 and a half years to make. Workmanship has been done by Haider Aliji, who works with the top high-end brands which are internationally acclaimed!”

When asked about some insights on the Wedding Lehenga, She Mentioned, “This is the most unique wedding ghagra. It’s a Chikankari ’16 kali’ Lehenga which has all different Kalis worked upon with all intricate embroidery and detailed work with high-quality crystals, sequins, threads, stones, and zari. The complete ghagra is Chikankari with jaali work, french knots with resham, zardozi in rose gold, gold and silver work, Swarovskis, bio-let crystals, cutwork, Sali sequins, pure silk tissue. With two dupattas, one with a Chikankari zardozi border with Resham, Swarovski stones in Georgette, and tulle with butties and stones. The heavy dupatta is complete Chikankari with all the work mentioned and Cutwork all over. Front palla has Georgette with sequence and Swarovski crystals, briolettes crystals in Cutwork and a lot more went into creating this beauty that looks like a piece of jewel!”

It was also noted that the lining layer of ghagra is a very special message for Raveena from her mother Dimple Mehta, as it has pictures of Raveena and her husband Saaket with a beautiful message from Mum and Raveena and Saaket’s motto. It took over four years to complete the final ghagra. It took 1557 days to complete this beauty. It indeed was a fairy-tale wedding.

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