By Neelam Jain Last Updated:
We have all known Bharti Singh for her carefree and witty side but hardly did we know that the comedy queen has a personality that can give any stylish babe a run for her money. We are talking about her opulent wedding journey with Haarsh Limbachiyaa that reflected her ultra-glam avatar that was screaming for attention.
Mrs Funnybones of telly land was looking out-of-the-world during her pre-wedding moments and the big day. Killer blend of chutzpah, panache and style were what we could see in her outfit menu. Let’s take you through the style journey of the comedy queen that made her all fit and fab for the frame.
It all started on a holy note with maata ki chowki where a grand puja was held to mark the beginning of the wedding and the rituals. Bharti was seen in a unique, designer and vibrant floor-length anarkali. The golden embroidery on white anarkali dress and a traditional red dupatta was adding a royal influence to her persona. She was the cynosure of all the eyes in intricately detailed attire.
The pool party of Bharti and Haarsh comprised of chic and casual outfits. She was witty, sharp and bold with an interesting and innovative T-shirt matching up to the pool trends. The casual outfit with an amazing quote ‘I got one’ was looking quite quirky and exciting. The would-be husband was fun-loving too with a message on his T-shirt that read ‘Game Over’.
The chic bride was narrating an unconventional story during her mehendi ceremony. The magic of green colours and the floral jewellery added to the magnificent day. The bride with the swag was having fun with flower maang teekas, earrings and of course, her green-coloured outfit. The outfit was colour-coordinated with the Haarsh’s ethnic yet quirky dhoti kurta and jacket attire. The beauty of the neon-coloured crop top and lehenga was enhanced with the cool and edgy mirror work.
Bharti was going all girlie and glam in her chooda couture. The mehendi colour embroidered outfit was shining all through the ceremony. Bharti's garment was looking ultra-feminine and charismatic.
Bharti was a game changer with her fashionable outfit at her haldi ceremony. The frilly yellow gown was looking apt and a key piece to match up to the ceremony. With her effortless dressing, she was looking no less than a diva. Fiancé Haarsh too sported a yellow T-shirt and casual white knee-length shorts to add to the cheerfulness of the day.
Seems Bharti completely wanted to revamp her look with a dreamy blood-red couture. Her exclusive gown from the house of designers, Ashish and Shefali stole our hearts in seconds. She opted for a stylish and fresh pattern with huge peacock motifs and rocked the princess look. The diamond jewellery with emerald was oozing the ethereal effect. Haarsh’s luxe and exuberant sense of fashion was complimenting his royal wife’s style statement. The groom-to-be was adding up to the richness in a white and black tuxedo.
Pink and azure blue lehenga with prints was merged with new-age pattern and style, and it was perfect for her D-day. The unique colour combination was making the traditional wear preppy and charming. The Swarovski-worked dupatta too garnered plenty of attention. There were emotions, colours, sentiments and culture weaved in the design. In fact, as per the designer, the couture was a complete fusion. Groom Haarsh was in blue sherwani to have the colour-coordinated effect once again.
An affair with blue was carried on till the reception. Bharti once again slipped into a lively Neeta Lulla number that fluttered her off to a dreamland. The fit and flared embellished gown was creating the right amount of oomph for the special moments. Sparkling necklace and earrings by Anmol Jewellers further spunk up her style statement. The red chooda was like an icing on the cake.
So, we see how Bharti Singh has given each of her wedding rituals and ceremonies a fresh take and an expressive look. Be it her mehndi, reception or the cocktail; the cool star has showcased an exquisite style and emerged out as a style winner. You too can rock the show with quirky, offbeat yet traditional attires.