By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Every wedding season comes with a trendy choice of foods, clothes and rituals. Though some couples take pride in their roots and opt for everything traditional, some prefer to have a modern touch to the old customs. Moreover, the weddings serve as a beautiful and commonplace for the long lost mausis and buas to our near and dear ones to celebrate the union of two souls and families.
However, no matter how much enthusiastic a wedding is, all eyes always remain glued to the bride's exclusive choice of the ensemble for her D-Day. As this marks the beginning of her new journey, the bride now finds comfort in choosing something which matches her personality and donning that she radiates a pure bridal glow. The bride of the week opted for one such glorious ensemble and looked simply breathtaking. Read on as we decode der wedding look!
The bride of the week, Ekum Romana opted for an orange-hued lehenga from the designer, Manish Malhotra's Ruhaniyaat bridal collection. The stunning lehenga is embroidered with zardosi and vintage threads paired with a broad border adorned with floral designs. Along with it, she opted for a matching choli which featured three-quartered sleeves and floral embroidery all over it.
Ekum paired her beautiful lehenga-choli with double dupattas. One of her dupattas attached to her shoulder was of jaal material and another classic one pinned on her head adorned with pearl drops at the hemline. Altogether, she was simply radiating royal vibes for her Anand Karaj ceremony.
The bride teamed her look with unique polki jewellery embedded with uncut diamonds and emerald borders. Her jewellery included a broad neckpiece attached with three flower-shaped pendants, a matching broad maang teeka, a matching jhoomar, long statement earrings, a sleek nath, a huge pear-shaped ring and traditional chooda.
The bride's makeup artist completed her look with a dewy base to complement her highly embellished ensemble. Her dewy makeup featured bold eyes, winged eyeliner, golden eyeshadow, glossy lipstick and a dark green bindi. In addition, a neatly middle-parted bun completed her hairdo.
Ekum's then-groom, Harman complemented his wife in a white-coloured bandhgala suit paired with a matching doshala and an orange-hued turban. The beautiful joda looked picture-perfect at their Anand Karaj ceremony.
We are obsessed with the bride's ethereal look for her Anand Karaj ceremony. What about you? Let us know!