Plan for the next big shaadi on your calendar before time runs out. We, at WedMeGood, have discovered some hidden gems to help you do so, so get your phone out now and start Googling. Here’s our list of lehenga designers that are refreshing, NOT cliché, totally trendy and also affordable.

Here’s the lowdown on these new designers on the block who’re grabbing eyeballs with their fresh, funky creations.

Mahima Mahajan

Photo courtesy: Mahima Mahajan

Photo courtesy: Mahima Mahajan

Blending style with tradition, Mahima Mahajan has some amazingly stylish pret, couture and functional wear pieces which are a refreshing take from what you usually get to see. If fusion is what you’re looking for, you’ll definitely find something you love here.

For queries, write to mahimamahajan@hotmail.com.

WMG Loves: The edgy cape lehenga in maroon for a smashing cocktail party look.

Limerick By Abirr n’ Nanki

Photo courtesy: Limerick by Abirr n’ Nanki

Photo courtesy: Limerick by Abirr n’ Nanki

If you’re looking for something classic yet out-of-the-box, Limerick by Abirr n’ Nanki has some edgy designs for you. Focusing on classic silhouettes, their vibrant designs are modern yet contemporary.

For queries, write to studio@limerickdesigns.in.

WMG Loves: The turquoise and gold dhoti pants for an unconventional look perfect for the mehendi.

Megha And Jigar

Photo courtesy: Megha and Jigar

Photo courtesy: Megha and Jigar

If you’re looking for something which is traditional and royal yet with a contemporary and modern touch, this is one designer duo that’ll catch your eye. The silhouettes and fabrics,combined with traditional kaarigari is their signature style.

WMG Loves: The flowy seafoam lehenga with the rich black blouse so you can make heads turn at the reception.

Monika Niddhii

Photo courtesy: Monika Niddhii

Photo courtesy: Monika Niddhii

Their new lookbook is completely on-trend! Outfits with flowing trains, off-shoulder blouses and even offbeat colours- make a style statement when you walk in.

For queries, write to info@monikanidhii.com.

WMG Loves: The pastel-pink cape lehenga for the engagement/roka.

Peppermint Diva

Photo courtesy: Peppermint Diva

Photo courtesy: Peppermint Diva

A retro take on contemporary silhouettes with vibrant and sorbet-coloured lehengas, fresh florals, and a whole lotta net, no wonder we’ve been spotting this label on a lot of Bollywood divas of late.

For queries, write to dm_peppermintdiva@hotmail.com.

WMG Loves: The fresh yellow and pink floral lehenga perfect for swaying at the sangeet.

Featured Photo courtesy: Limerick by Abirr n’ Nanki