flowery fable wedding collection

While sipping my soothing lavender tea, amidst my vibrant flower garden and singing the lines of John Lennon "Love is the flower you've got to let grow", I was inspired to create this
fascinating wedding trousseau - Flowery Fables.
Flowers play a pretty important role in every wedding, be it Indian or Western. They are even considered very auspicious. The aura and hues of shades that the flowers add a WOW factor to every moment. Well! It is not a secret that weddings are incomplete without the beauty and smell of flowers everywhere. Flowers look good with both pastel and bold colours and combinations of adapting bright colour flower prints or embroideries to pastel shades are in this season and this is how my Flowery Fables came into light.

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Bride & Groom

"Flowers are universal language that every bride understands" - Colin cowie Whether you opt for classy or bold, subtle or glamorous, florals have always been a preferred choice for brides for their wedding trousseau. The striking bold blue velvet embroidered lehenga and soft pastel pink net dupatta will make your groom go weak on his knees. Get on lil western for the reception in the subtle layered net gown.


Most grooms are embracing the floral print & embroidery like a legacy these days. Twinning with your bride, in the blues with sherwanis for the occasion. The Sherwanis looks elegant and is quintessential for your wedding trousseau.

Mom & Dad

Classy and subtle white georgette embroidered blouse and red brocade combination lehenga for the overly delicate mother of the bride. "Mothers are flowers in the garden of life"
So we’ve got them a pastel version with an embroidered blouse & silk satin saree.

"Picking flowers and plucking leaves, best friends forever dad and me"An ultimately comfortable for the busier day, off white embroidered lucknowi kurta and beige satin dhoti, or get lighter with the tri-color combo bandi set pattern for the dad's.

Siblings of the

Bride & Groom

We are rolling the red carpet for the sisters of the bride, with this glamour redefined organza flower printed one shoulder long gown.Ruffles and flares speak for itself.


Sherwani is the timeless desi-attire. A monochrome look to rock the wedding with an Indowestern sherwani and gold satin dhoti makes up an effortless fashion statement.

Lil ones

"Little kids are wild flowers born to bloom and to be free"Prettiest of shades - beige and pink, minimalistic work - foil print and pearls at the trim, playful style - crop top flared hemline. An eclectic collection perfect for girls to carry at weddings.


"Little boys are as cheeky and vibrant as blooming flowers" Quivering foil print pink sherwani and soothing beige satin dhoti, an indo western sherwani that is full of grandeur and charisma.


Bridesmaid & Groomsmen

Taking hints from the coolest of bridesmaids in fashion, I have curated this not too flashy, not too grand, playful silhouettes. Mauve is the top trending shade of 2020 for prom dresses. So why not let our bridesmaids play with this enigmatic mauve attire to match up to the charm and charisma of the bride.

To make groomsmen outfit quavering and merrier we have curated cowl style kurta pyjamas, does not dominate but will also add an element of style to groomsmen persona with its unconventional style. "Let's choose boys over flowers!"

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