Bride Switched From An Ombre Pink 'Lehenga' To A Gorgeous White Dress For Her Anglo-Indian Wedding

Meet the bride of the week, who won our hearts with her Anglo-Indian wedding. Check out as we give you a digital glimpse into her magical affair!


By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:


Bride Switched From An Ombre Pink 'Lehenga' To A Gorgeous White Dress For Her Anglo-Indian Wedding

Getting married is one of the most important milestones in a couple's life. They want their big day to be remembered for years. However, the COVID-19 pandemic had stolen many couples' dreams of a lavish wedding. While some postponed their big day till the time situation gets better, others simply took the leap of faith and said 'I Do'. 

From cutting down on the wedding list to finding the right venue, tying the knot in the pandemic is not at all easy. And the bride of the week had gone through a rollercoaster journey during her Anglo-Indian wedding. She had to postpone her wedding twice due to the lockdown after the second wave of Coronavirus had hit the world. But when she said 'yes', it was a magical affair.

The bride donned an ombre pink lehenga for her Indian wedding

The anglo-indian wedding

Meet the bride of the week, Zeena Shah, who is an art director, author and television presenter. She had tied the knot with the love of her life, Zack Mclaughlin, a paper artist this summer. The bride had donned a beautiful ombre pink lehenga from Frontier Raas for her big day. Her lehenga had featured golden embroidery and tasselled-sleeves choli.

The bride's look was accentuated with a neckpiece, matching earrings and a maang teeka. She had kept her look fuss-free with minimal makeup and straight tresses. On the other hand, her groom had donned a cream-coloured sherwani with a mint-green doshala.

The bride slipped into a beautiful white dress after the wedding ceremony

The bride did not want to wear the heavy lehenga all day long, so she had switched into a gorgeous white dress. The gorgeous tulle dress with a cape and a matching bow accentuated her new bride look. The dress was created by ace fashion designer, Charlie Brear. It is made with a combination of sequins, feathers and heart-print tulle. Another highlight of the bride's look is that she flaunted her mangalsutra with the pretty dress.

We love the bride's gorgeous wedding day ensembles! What about you?

Image Credits: The Shanons Photography
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