By Sonali Sachdeva Last Updated:
It's such a beautiful day when two people decide to start their forever journey. This day is the most important day in a person's life as one has to go through many changes. And, to make a wedding perfect it takes months of planning and preparations. Right from the guest list to finalising the venue, it takes a lot of hard work to make it a day that everyone remembers. Along with it, the most essential and time-consuming decision is deciding on the perfect ensemble for the bride-to-be. For a bride, her wedding outfit means the world to her, as she wants to mark her special day with beautiful memories.
Most of the women dream to look no less than a princess at their wedding. And with the availability of an end number of bridal outfits in the market, it becomes a big task to select the perfect dress for her D-day. While we have seen many millennial brides going for the new trends, and opting for a stylish lehenga-choli. We have recently come across a bride who stuck to her roots and opted for a traditional Maharashtrian look for her big day.
Meet the bride, Priyanka Gholap, who aced her Maharashtrian bride look on her wedding day. Starting with her bridal outfit to her makeup and hair, everything she picked was unique, and matched her outfit perfectly. The bride had opted for a shiny silk saree in golden colour, which was accentuated with beautiful floral motifs and leaf print, all over.
She had paired it with a half-sleeved emerald green blouse in velvet. The sleeves of the shoulder featured zari and beadwork with green dropping beads on the hem of the sleeves. The neckline of the blouse had intricate stones and beadwork. To complete her look, the bride wore a matching velvet waist belt, which had featured intricate work in golden sequins. Along with it, she had also draped a velvet, emerald coloured dupatta in a unique way. Her dupatta had tiny floral motifs made from stones all over it, and had a heavy sequined border attached to its hemline, which gave her a royal look.
The bride had accentuated her look with beautiful gold jewellery. She had paired it with two heavy necklaces, jhumkas, Brahmi nath, maang teeka and green and golden bangles. The gorgeous bride had completed her look with a bun, which was decorated with real white and yellow flowers. She had aced her look with minimal makeup which had included glittery smokey eyes with big lashes, green-hued kajal, lipstick in a nude shade, and a tilak on her forehead.
The groom had donned a green bandhgala kurta, which had featured heavy stone work in golden on the neckline, and the hemline of the sleeves. Along with it, he had draped a golden pagdi in a royal style. He had paired it with a wristwatch and aced his subtle wedding look.
We wish the bride and groom a happy married life ahead.