The invite-only exhibition, which was held from August 2-4 in Delhi. Photo courtesy: Signe Vilstrup for Vogue India.
As promised, the seventh edition of the Vogue Wedding Show was the perfect platform to design one's fairytale wedding.
Brides-to-be were seen lining up to be the first to enter the three-day shopping extravaganza, which curates and brings together India's most sought after fashion designers and jewellers under one roof.
Designers Manish Malhotra, Shantanu & Nikhil, Falguni Shane Peacock, Gaurav Gupta, Rahul Mishra, Shyamal & Bhumika, Tarun Tahiliani and Ritu Kumar were present to cater to and satisfy any wedding query or desire that one might have.
The invite-only exhibition, which was held from August 2-4 at the Taj Palace here, also showcased wedding planners, hair and make-up artistes, decor experts and gifting specialists to take care of every whim.
The invitees had the privilege to personally interact with the designers and jewellers on a one-on-one basis and get a perspective of what actually works for their big day.
Grooms-to-be were saved the trouble of trudging to jewellers as the best of all things related wedding was available under one roof.
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