‘From my heart to yours’: Indian bride gets words from late father’s letter embroidered on her wedding veil

Bride gets words from late father embroidered on veil&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

Key Highlights

  • Suvanya wore a veil that had words from her late father’s letter embroidered on it
  • She tied the knot at Khimsar Fort in Rajasthan
  • A short clip in which Suvanya explains her thoughts has now been shared online

Wedding outfits may not be as popular as wedding day fiascos on social media but it’s something that is very special for every bride.

As the wedding season unfolds with much fervour and style, netizens are seeing new outfits every day on their timelines. Some of them are outrageous and bizarre.

But one desi bride has gone viral and earned the praise of netizens for her wedding day veil that had a rather unique embroidery.

Suvanya, who tied the knot with beau Aman Kalra at Khimsar Fort, donned a red veil that had words from her late father’s letter embroidered on it.

A short video of the bride explaining her thoughts has now been shared online.

Suvanya, who hails from Gurugram, lost her father to cancer in May 2021. As a tribute to his memory, the 27-year-old included words from his letter on her wedding dress.


The words from her father’s letter that were embroidered on the veil were: “From my heart to yours.”

The letter was received by Suvanya on her birthday in 2020. She had it framed as it described what she meant to him.

“It was also my father’s commission day in the Army, so the date became so much more important,” she said.

The wedding dress was created by Sunaina Khera, Suvanya told Indian Express.

The video in which Suvanya explains her thoughts has left many emotional.

Someone wrote, “I randomly came across this video this made my day such a beautiful gesture. Weddings should always hold more emotional significance and it’s not just an excuse to dress up and spend a lot of money this was just so beautiful.”

Last month, a video showed a Pakistani bride entering her wedding hall while holding her late mother’s photo frame in her arms.

The video was posted on Instagram by Islamabad-based photographer Maha Wajahat Khan. “Un sab betion k nam jin ki Maan aj unk sath nahee…. Jaisay meri… Miss you soo much ammi…,” the video is captioned.