Vogue Wedding Show 2016 to be a Bridal Extravaganza

The Vogue Wedding Show will bring together the best of wedding all-you-need-to-know under one roof in Delhi on August 5-7, 2016. Are you ready?

Vogue Wedding Show 2016 to be a Bridal Extravaganza

“It is a place which I think would be every bride's fantasy.”

The Vogue Wedding Show 2016 will showcase the best of wedding fashion and services at Taj Palace in New Delhi on August 5-7, 2016.

In partnership with the Taj group, the glamorous show is now in its fourth edition.

The 2015 showcase was a huge success, so all eyes will be on what it has to bring this year.

The industry’s top experts will be there to offer hands-on advice. These include Fashion Director of Vogue India, Anaita Shroff Adajania, and every bride-to-be’s favourite designer, Manish Malhotra.

Future grooms can browse or try on numerous trendy designs and collections.

Throughout the 3-day weekend show, couples will be able to witness the magic designers create in one room.

Leading fashion designer Payal Singhal, a favourite among Bollywood stars, will be making his debut at the show, so stay tuned for that.

Many other well-known designers will also be showcasing their collection. Sabyasachi, with his detailed designs, make him an absolute top choice amongst Indian brides and grooms.

Duo designers Shantanu & Nikhil, Varun Bahl, Monica & Karishma and many more will keep your eyes peeled.

Look out for legendary jeweller, Amrapali. Their creations are known for their bold yet elegant statement style, a firm favourite for many young brides.

Also exhibiting bridal accessories at the 2016 show are bespoke vintage jewellers, Khanna Jewellers and Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas. And the list goes on!

Take a look at the highlights of Vogue Wedding Show 2015 here:


Fashion designer Sabyasachi says the show is very beneficial for both designers and couples, as ‘instead of flying to different cities, you fly to one and do your whole shopping’.

There are also masterclasses from industry experts who provide pre-wedding advice, such as skincare and choice of clothing.

With over 50 beloved and coveted brands on display, brides and grooms can scoop up the best styling tips and practical information in a matter of days.

Vogue India‘s Anaita says: “The Vogue Wedding Show is a place which I think would be every bride or wedding family’s fantasy.”

Sabiha is a psychology graduate. She is passionate about writing, women empowerment, Indian classical dance, performing and food! Her motto is “we need to teach our women to be somebodies instead of somebody’s”

Images courtesy of Vogue India