By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
A wedding is the most beautiful phase in a couple's life. It is a beginning of a new journey with your better-half. The moment a couple's wedding date gets fixed, they start planning for their big day. From outfits to the location, they dream of everything to be perfect. However, the Coronavirus pandemic has made the big fat Indian weddings turn into intimate affairs.
However, it has not dropped the couple's will to wear the gorgeous outfits for their big day. In the last two years of the pandemic, we had spotted more and more couples, who have opted for stunning ensembles for their big day. While some brides had worn their mother's saree, some had revamped their grandmothers' heirloom jewellery. And the bride of the week is no different as she left our jaws dropped with her beautiful red Banarasi lehenga!
The bride of the week, Ridhi, is an interior designer by profession. The gorgeousness had tied the knot with the love of her life, Samyak in the year 2020. However, it was her wedding lehenga that is still trending and winning the hearts of many. She was a minimalistic bride, who had let her outfit speak for her personality.
The bride had donned a Raw Mango ensemble, which had featured a Banarasi lehenga with golden work all over it. Her look was accentuated with a V-neck red-coloured choli, a Banarasi dupatta, which she had draped as a shawl. The other sheer-dupatta, she had tucked over her head.
The bride had kept her look subtle with minimal jewellery. She had styled her look with a choker neckpiece with green drops, a matching pair of jhumkis, and a maang teeka. Her makeup artist, Ulupi Parikh had accentuated her look with subtle makeup, perfectly lined eyes, a brown-coloured lipstick and a red-hued bindi. On the other hand, her groom had worn a beige-coloured sherwani with a contrasting red-coloured beaded neckpiece and a red-pocket square.
Another highlight of the wedding was the beautiful outdoor setup of the mandap. The decor was done in such a way that it accentuated the lush-green trees and the natural greenery of the place.
We love the bride's gorgeous Banarasi lehenga!
Indian weddings never miss an opportunity to steal the hearts of millions of people with their extravagant decor, fantastic cuisine, and, not to mention, exquisite choice of outfits. The wedding is one of the most significant occasions in both the bride and groom's lives. However, the bride is especially touchedRead More