By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
A wedding is a fun-filled affair with the yummiest cuisine, family and friends dressed in colourful outfits and dancing all day and night. Unfortunately, the pandemic has ruined the hope of getting married in a grand affair. But for every man or woman, their marriage holds immense significance. Nowadays, intimate weddings involving close ones are trending, but the groom and bride's pretty ensembles never fade out. The wedding albums comprised of picture-perfect moments, donning those exquisite ensembles, become memorable for their lifetime.
Coming to the most time-consuming work for a bride, i.e., selection of the best wedding ensemble for their wedding day. Gone are the days when brides used to stick to the usual red colour for their D-day. Nowadays, they are opting for different colour palettes and unique designs which matches the mood and themes of the wedding. And the designers take the pledge to bring out the best ensemble in which the bride looks perfect from every angle. This time, we stumbled upon a bride, who had donned an onion-pink coloured lehenga from the shelves of the ace designer, Anamika Khanna, and had looked like a royal princess.
The bride of the week, Navpreet Jassar, had opted for a gorgeous pastel wedding lehenga from the designer, Anamika Khanna's collection for her Anand Karaj ceremony. Her lehenga featured golden embroidery, multi-coloured peacock motifs, and a cut-work border. The tiny detailing at the hem and stonework had given the lehenga a glam finish.
Navpreet had paired her onion-pink lehenga with a matching net dupatta, pinned on her shoulder and had teamed another unique stonework long trailed veil with a red floral embroidered hemline, over her head. The bride had completed her look with matching choli, heavily embellished with golden crystals and zari in an intricately patterned design.
Navpreet's makeup artist, Amrit Kaur, had added an oomph factor to the bride's look with subtle-and-soft makeup. She had opted for defined eyebrows, pink and golden glittery eyeshadow, soft taupe eyeliner, pink blush, pink lipstick and a cut crease foundation look. She had completed her look with a neat low bun and had added floral carnations, which had made her look gorgeous.
Navpreet had accentuated her look with a broad golden neckpiece adorned with dual-coloured drops and uncut diamonds, and matching statement earrings. Her accessories had also included a golden nath, a matha patti and a jhumar adorned with tiny pearl drops. She had also flaunted her red chooda paired with golden kaleeras decorated with pink jhumkis and gold kadha, and her overall look had stolen our hearts away.
On the other hand, Navpreet's man of her dreams, her groom, Gary, had opted for an entirely traditional ensemble for the wedding, which had included a blue-hued bandhgala suit. Along with it, he had donned a blue neckpiece, a fully embroidered pink doshala, a matching pink turban, a pink churidar, and a pink belt. He had completed his look with a sword.
We love Navpreet's unique bridal couture and the enigmatic jewellery concept. What about you? Let us know!