Elegance, delicacy, creativity, and flair are just a few qualities to define the Mughal era. It was a period that became significant not just in Indian history, but also in fashion. Mughals were tremendous supporters of the arts, whether it was building, literature, or textiles. Even in the modern-day, the style of Mughal jewellery and clothes has a powerful appeal for designers.
Mughal-style lehengas are highly trendy these days and for good cause. Because of its distinctive style and fine embroidery work, this type of lehenga not only makes you seem regal on your wedding day but also makes you the focus of attention.
This year, we took it upon ourselves at Rose Creations to create something that would not only make the bride feel regal but would also serve as a remembrance of her big day. Our collection of lehengas captures all of the emotions and events that occur on the big day, making it so unique.
Do you think the bride-to-be will be satisfied with simply a crimson ‘Chunari’ for her wedding ceremony? Indian women have proven over time that we are graceful and powerful individuals, whether we are walking through the streets fearlessly on a Monday evening or walking down the aisle on our wedding day with our heads held high! What they all have in common is a knack for defying ‘conventions’! One way this has occurred in bridal lehenga colour combinations is the widespread popularity of the pastel lehenga trend!
Pastel lehenga designs have been a booming trend for the past couple of years, and we know it’s going to stay, which is why our selection includes four different ombre styles and hues so you can make the finest choice for your big day.
One of the most common requests we received at Rose Creation was for two separate dupattas, one for draping and the other as a head dupatta. We were able to introduce this collection with two sets of dupattas because we take all of our client feedback very seriously. While the draping dupatta is light and elegant, the head dupatta radiates elegance and flare.
There is no doubt that when it comes to making the bride and groom’s day memorable, weddings are all about the details. As a result, this collection attempts to capture all of the major events and occasions that the couple will want to remember in the coming days.
The Aari embroidered work is one of the collection’s most notable features.
Aari work is a challenging craft performed by skilled artisans with the use of a hooked needle. As a result, the Aari work lehenga is both classic and trendy.
You can now get in touch with our team to book your visit at our store; Opposite Verka Milk Plant 467-G, BRS Nagar, Main Road, Ferozepur Rd, Ludhiana, Punjab 141012