For an Indian bride, red is the colour that is considered a must wear on her wedding day, but a Sikh bride ditched it and donned a gorgeous pastel blue 'lehenga'. Check it out!
Indian weddings are famous across the world for their rich traditions and age-old rituals. For us, our celebrations need to be bigger, brighter and better than everyone else's. The entire family makes sure to turn the wedding into a viral affair that trends on the internet, for years to come. From planning special wedding hashtags to outfit planning, the bride and groom's entire clan turns into wedding organisers.
Whenever we think of an Indian bride, the first image that comes to our mind is of a young, coy girl, dressed up in a bright red lehenga with beautiful embroidery, and decked up in gold jewellery. But nowadays, brides love to experiment with different colours from the rainbow palette. They love wearing pastel pinks to yellow and whatnot, and our bride of the week is no different. Check out to know more!
Meet our bride of the week, Malini Nair Singh, who had ditched the dulhan ka laal joda and donned a pretty pastel blue lehenga. Her outfit comprised of blue half-sleeved choli with pink floral embroidery, a lehenga skirt, which had peacock print on the hem, and a matching blue dupatta. which had peacock print on the hem, and a matching blue dupatta.
The bride had accessorised her look with a diamond maang teeka, a passa, a choker neckpiece and a kaleere. However, it was her bun with real pink flower adornment that had made her look stand out.
While we were drooling over the bride's gorgeous ensemble, her groom had complimented her by colour co-ordinating his look. The groom had donned an ivory sherwani with golden work on the colour. He had accessorised his look with a pearl mala, a brooch and a pink doshala with a matching pink turban.
Well, this bride's look definitely won our hearts and it is a perfect inspiration for a summer bride. What do you think?