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Every girl eagerly waits for the day to plunge into the new journey of their life. But one thing that becomes the most significant and eye-catchy thing of the evening is the bride's ensemble. Starting from the long lost aunties to the bride's best friend, the most talked about topic of the entire wedding used to be the bridal couture. Thus, with the passage of time, the bride's choice of attire has become an object to speak volumes about her personality.
The bride of the week, Akshita Singh is a digital creator, and one look at her profile would showcase her unique choice of fashion sense and cool picks. She had opted for a unique ivory-hued lehenga for her wedding day. And though she had tied the knot with her then-groom, performing all the rituals according to the Hindu culture, the pictures from the same simply prove a dreamy white wedding.
The bride, Akshita Singh had opted for a pristine ivory lehenga from the ace designer, Seema Gujral's bridal collection. The dreamy ensemble was embellished with intricate crystal designs all over it along with pearl, sequin and crystal handcrafted embroidery. This unique choice of the eye-soothing ensemble is ideal for summer weddings. Akshita had teamed her lehenga with a strappy blouse featuring a princess neckline and adorned with pearl drops at the hemline. She had completed her overall look with a matching net dupatta featuring a long customised trail adorned with buti works all over it.
Akshita's choice of jewellery was another addition to her pristine look. She had opted for a diamond neckpiece adorned with emerald, a matching maang teeka, pair of matching earrings and a sleek set of chooda.
The bride's makeup artist had opted for dewy makeup, which was absolutely matching her dreamy ensemble on the wedding day. The makeup had included blushed cheeks, glittery pink eyeshadow, strokes of eyeliner and glossy lipstick. An open middle-parted minimalistic hairdo had completed Akshita's look for her white wedding.
Akshita's then-groom, Siddharth Hawa had also complemented the bride by opting for white couture on his D-Day. Siddharth had looked dapper in a white bandhgala suit adorned with zari work all over it. He had paired it with a white churidar and a matching white turban. Together, the much-in-love couple had looked picture perfect in their surreal wedding pictures.
Well, we are indeed in love with the bride's unique choice of the ensemble on her D-Day. What about you? Let us know.
Weddings are all about enormous gatherings, culture-rich food, never-ending celebrations and foot-tapping music. The dulha and dulhan plan everything prior to their D-day to make sure their marriage festivities stand out from the rest. However, it's always the bride’s ensemble that becomes the centre of attraction. Over the years, we have seen millennium brides optingRead More