Getting married, but doesn't want to wear the usual red? Check out our bride of the week and take inspiration from her wedding style!
For a couple, getting married is one of the biggest milestones. It changes the entire world of a woman and a man as they come together to create a family of their own. A woman leaves her family to be with the man of her dreams. On the other hand, her man promises to stand by her side in all the ups and downs of their married life. Together they create their own happily ever after, which is the reason why every wedding is super special.
However, the pandemic has changed the way how Indian weddings were used to be. Nowadays, intimate weddings are trending because of the COVID-19. But, one thing, which is still the same is the wedding fashion. The moment a woman's wedding date gets fixed, she is flooded with questions on whether she will be a minimalistic bride or a traditional one. And our bride of the week left us stunned with her minimalistic lehenga.
Meet the bride, Niyati Agarwal, who tied the knot with the love of her life, Raghav Bubna at Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai, Maharashtra. However, it was the bride's outfit that took our hearts away. She had donned a lehenga from the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. However, the designer, who is famous for his traditional red and deep green hues, had created a beautiful blush pink ensemble for her.
The bride's outfit featured a heavy can-can lehenga skirt with a matching princess-cut blouse, a beautiful jaal-embroidered dupatta and a net-dupatta, which was tucked on her head. She had styled her look with a heavy choker neckpiece, a two-layered polki necklace, a nath and a statement maang teeka. Her makeup artist, Priya Todarwal gave the bride a dewy sheen look with soft pink eyes and nude lips.
For her engagement, the bride had won our hearts with her minimalist look. She had donned a grey lehenga, which featured a pearl-embellished blouse and a dupatta. She had kept her look subtle with a diamond neckpiece. On the other hand, her groom had donned a royal-blue bandhgala ensemble.
For her mehendi, the bride had picked a red lehenga, which she had styled with a real-flower dupatta. The gorgeous bride had twinned in red with her groom, who looked dapper in a red kurta with white pants. Every moment of the couple was beautifully captured by The Photo Diary by Monisha.
We love the bride and her wedding style. What about you?