The bride, Avanaee had opted for a unique coloured lehenga for her big day and had looked dazzling in double 'dupatta'-styled couture. To get a few more glimpses of the wedding ensemble, check out!
A wedding is a ceremony of uniting two souls, two families with one dhaaga, it's a saat janmo ka safar. But, on the wedding day, everyone comes to see the bride as she holds the centre of attention. Even though the bridesmaids and other relatives put their best foot forward in the fashion game, a bride has to do something hatke to make her own style statement at her wedding.
It can be her wedding dress or the jewellery she chooses or some extravagant makeover or even styling her bridal couture, a bride has to think out of the box. And today's bride has made her style saga unique by picking up an unusual colour from the palette to be the base of her wedding outfit! And, Rimple and Harpreet have helped her to make her dream come true!
Punjabi bride, Avanaee, had tied the nuptial knot with the man of her dreams, Pavneet Puri. Their wedding pictures seem to be nothing less than a royal marriage and to give an edge to the whole look and feel, the bride herself had donned an attire looking like an absolute royal princess.
Red or tint of pink and orange colour is almost every bride's choice. So, why pick basic when we can choose unique? That's why this bride had opted for a very unusual pastel shade to tone down her wedding outfit's colour. She had worn a seafoam green coloured lehenga choli with gotta patti work and heavily embroidered with resham, zari, stone and blue, lime yellow, and beige coloured threads.
She had paired her wedding dress with two dupattas, one with the seafoam green solid coloured dupatta with embroidered hemline, while the other one was a sheer veil with scallops embellished with sequins. Her couture was designed by Rimple and Harpreet, one of the popular names in the fashion industry, who, with time, have come up with new and fascinating wedding outfits. She had completed her look with a heavy jewellery set, including a six-layered polki neckpiece with pastel and white-hued stones, a choker with drops of seafoam green coloured gems, a big dangling set of earrings, a maang teeka, white bangles, and traditional kaleeras.
Her whole look had given a perfect royal vibe. She had kept her hair open in soft swirls and had decorated it with a beautiful tiara. For makeup, she had opted for dark kohled eyes and thick lashes with nude lips to balance her look. Her groom walked by her side, coordinating his look with his then bride-to-be. He had looked gorgeous in a cream pastel-coloured bandhgala sherwani suit and had paired it with an embroidered doshala. He had completed his look with a three-layered emerald green stoned neckpiece, juttis, and seafoam coloured pagdi to match his then would-be wife's couture.
The couple had kept the rest of the lookbook plain, simple and fuss-free. Avanaee had worn a purple coloured bandhni saree with a coordinated sleeveless blouse and had paired it with only floral kadas and no accessories. She had kept her hair open and had applied very minimal makeup, just kohl-rimmed eyes and a dash of pink tint on her lips.
Whereas, Pavneet had opted for a vibrant yellow coloured kurta and had worn it with white pyjama and a white turban with the golden hemline. Both of them had looked fresh and dewy. The whole decor was beautifully arranged with genda phool and yellow flowers for haldi, and at the wedding, the planners had opted for pink and purple carnations.
For mehendi, the bride had opted for a simple yet elegant look. She had donned a yellow sequinned palazzo set with a crop top and a long jacket and had paired it with a layered neckpiece. She had completed her whole look with blushed cheeks, winged liner, and pink tint on lips. While adorning her palms with henna, she had worn a floral tiara to go with her outfit.
While the groom had looked dapper in a royal blue bandhgala kurta pyjama set and had completed his Punjabi munda look with a black turban.
Ever since we have seen this bride's wedding couture, we couldn't take our eyes off her. What do you think? Did you love this unique colour for a wedding dress, or will you give it a pass? Let us know in the comments!