Kresha Bajaj’s Udaipur wedding may have happened three months ago, but it’s still taking over social media one flawless photo at a time. The newly-wed has been sharing glimpses from her big day over the last few weeks and the photo album is basically what wedding dreams are made of.
If the regal venues aren’t enough to catch your attention, you have to check out the details on Bajaj’s lehengas, especially the one she designed for the pheras. A beautiful ivory and gold ensemble, the entire look is based on Bajaj and new husband Vanraj Zaveri’s love story. Can’t imagine how? “As I knew my wedding lehenga would be something I would only wear once, I decided to make it a piece of artwork that I would later frame,” says Bajaj. “In order to make it into a special piece of art I decided to embroider my entire lehenga with Vanraj and my story—our milestones, the proposal, and all our important moments up until the wedding. I used traditional embroidery techniques and materials, and all around the lehenga you will see hidden elements sewn into the garment. Our names are embroidered into the garments, pictures of our story framed with embroidery and finished with a hem of jumping dolphins, which was the beginning of our story as we worked together on a protest against cetacean captivity.”