By Sonali Sachdeva Last Updated:
A wedding is indeed a magical journey for the bride and the groom. It’s a promise they make to each other to spend the rest of their lives together in love. And as beautiful as this commitment sounds, it's equally important that nothing should go wrong on such an important day, and to ensure this, it takes months of planning and preparation.
Starting from making the guest list to finding the best venue, everything has to be done perfectly. Besides this, it is a huge task to find a wedding outfit, especially for the bride. A woman thinks multiple times before deciding her outfit. Especially when she is the bride, she will take all the time to find that one unique dress for her big day. Similarly, we came across a real bride, who had opted for a Sabyasachi lehenga and choli.
Meet our bride of the week, Ayesha Haris Nalapad, who had tied the knot this year with the man of her dreams. Ayesha had opted for a rajwara style peach-coloured lehenga from the famous designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. Heavy golden and green gotta-patti work had been done on the lehenga and the dupatta, along with floral motifs on it. She had paired it with a full-sleeve, peach coloured blouse. Moreover, the bride made sure to carry a desi style potli bag made from a similar fabric as her lehenga.
She had accessorised it with Sabyasachi jewellery which included a statement choker neckpiece, a maang teeka, earrings and some beautiful rings. But that’s not it. On top of that, she had paired it with a golden wristwatch, which had enhanced her personality. Her look was completed with subtle makeup by makeup artist, Lubna Malik.
On the other hand, the groom had donned a cream-coloured sherwani with white pants and a creamish white doshala. He had paired it with black formal shoes. Together, the couple had looked absolutely stunning on their big day.
The wedding reception took place in the beautiful city Bangaluru, Karnataka, where the couple had booked the famous luxury hotel, Conard Bengaluru. The celebration was grand which included a beautiful entry of the bride.
To make their wedding memorable, they had done a rajwara style photoshoot, in which both the groom and the bride had looked like they were from a royal family. The background had been decorated with antiques and a beautiful traditional style carpet was used as a backdrop for the shoot.
We wish the bride and the groom a magical journey ahead!