Bridal Asia 2013 will open on October 5th-7th in New Delhi

All the brides-to-be, wipe off the worry lines from your face. After all you need to look good on your D Day. And to help you with your dress, make-up, bag, shoes, honey moon destination, etc. Bridal Asia is going to launch its exhibition from 5th -7th October, at The Ashoka, New Delhi. Bridal Asia 2013, Asia’s biggest exposition for all bridal finery, apparel and products is back with the best and the widest range all under one roof. Celebrating 15 years, Bridal Asia is once again ready to set the tone of bridal trends with new innovations and styles.

Mandira Wirk lehenga and Payal Gupta jewellery

Emphasizing that Bridal Asia has been consistent as a platform for designers to showcase, unveil and launch their bridal line, Divya Gurwara says, “In the 15th year of Bridal Asia, it’s with a mixed feeling of pride and a sense of accomplishment that I look back and cherish the body of work that our body of designers produce, year after year. I have seen small brands grow big and bigger brands grow more niche, I have seen the growth of trousseau and luxury shopping in India and the evolution of mindsets which gradually moved towards all thing fine and exclusive.”Mandira Wirk and Divya Gurwara at Bridal Asia party, Hyatt, Delhi

To get you a preview, Bridal Asia prelaunch party on 7th September at Hyatt, New Delhi had guests pouring in traditional ensembles by dress designer Mandira Wirk and jewellery designer Paayal Gupta. Have a look at the exquisite designs and styles ruling the market.

Ramneek Paintal

Mandira’s designs bore luxurious fabrics like velvets, satin silks, French chiffons, silk jacquards and georgettes come together to form layered anarkalis, constructed corsets with drape sarees, long jackets, shararas and couture lehengas. The color palette is inspired from the 16th-18th century of Rococo and Baraque which includes shades of crimson, royal blues, sapphires, ruby and emerald green. The motifs include birds, florals, and auspicious signs. GIA graduate Paayal Gupta showcased diamond & polki jewellery, using pearls, emeralds & rubies, with diamonds.

Monisha Bajaj and Mandira Wirk

Delhi girls have a reason to rejoice. Mumbai girls, you need to wait till Bridal Asia hosts another exhibition in our city.

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