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Meet The Abhinav Mishra Brides

A melee of prints, pops of neon hues and a splash of Rani Pink always, the designer has nailed the millennial bride aesthetics to a tee.

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Designer Abhinav Mishra's work is synonymous with happy hues, fuss-free silhouettes and most importantly his signature shade of celebratory couture, fuschia pink. Take a look at some millennial brides that opted for the designer's joy-invoking designs for their wedding celebrations.
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    "Tavleen’s gown for her cocktail and sangeet was a heavy mirror work number that allowed her ease and comfort to shake a leg all night long. Done in a subtle grey colour palette, the mirror work accentuated the gown and made her shimmer and shine all night long," says designer Abhinav Mishra.

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    "We loved how much fun she had in this ensemble we put together for her!"

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    "Riddhi’s look was one of the most ethereal summer brides looks we’ve ever created. Her entire look channelled an effortless grace and finesse. The look comprised of a white floral skirt complete with a pink and orange striped panel and gota work. This was paired with a yellow blouse which carried on the gota work from the lehenga. The dupatta was created from the striped panel from the lehenga and completed with gota. This ensemble is a personal favourite as it pieced together a number of contrasting elements extremely tastefully and personified summer chic."

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    "Lalima Puri made the most stunning bride in our fuschia pink mirror work lehenga. For her special day, we created an ensemble that would definitely make a statement. The heavy mirror work on the blouse matched the work on her lehenga. We completed this with an ivory mirror work dupatta that allowed the lehenga to be the centrepiece while adding a subtle elegance to the whole ensemble."

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    "Sublime is the word that best describes Gurleen’s ensemble for her wedding. A heavy embellished, mirror work ivory lehenga was paired with a subtle pink blouse that featured the same mirror work. The look was completed with two dupattas- ivory, scalloped edge mirror work one and a pink mirror work dupatta. Overall, it was an ethereal look for her morning wedding and definitely one of our most stunning bridal looks."

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    "Amanjot came to us with a very particular idea in her mind. She wanted to be a colourful, quirky and bold bride and wanted to move away from the conventional. For her, we created a mirror work lehenga in bold contrasting colours. The fuchsia blouse against an orange lehenga is one of our favourite combinations. We also gave her a contrasting, gota and mirror work mint dupatta that actually matched her groom’s Nehru jacket. Overall, hers was a very lively and eye-catching look that was extremely fun to put together."

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    "Ruchi’s Mehendi function was a really bright and colourful affair. The thought behind her ensemble was to create something that would add to the festivity yet stand out. The lehenga was done in a muted shade that was accentuated by a pink dupatta that lent a pop to the look. Ruchi chose jewellery in tones of pink that perfectly complemented the lehenga. Overall, it was a very subtle yet glamourous look and definitely a fantastic choice for a day occasion."

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