By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Nowadays, we see a lot of brides opting for different colour palettes and unique designs for their wedding couture. And not only this, the to-be brides hook their eyes on their favourite designers' respective social media handles for unique designer outfits. And after going through a huge number of options, they finally opt for the unique ensembles for their wedding and pre-wedding ceremonies, which completely match their personalities.
Recently, we came across a bride who had opted for a laal shaadi ka joda from the brand, Falguni Shane Peacock and had looked breathtakingly gorgeous on her wedding day. What had also caught our attention was her choice of selecting a contrast-coloured dupatta and uniquely designed jewellery. However, apart from her ensemble, her mehendi design was also worth mentioning. Check out:
The bride, Riya's heavily stone-embellished lehenga had featured intricate embroidery of floral patterns with minute stone and gota patti work all over it. The entire lehenga was adorned with temple motifs in silver zari and resham and also featured a unique cut at the borders to give a princess vibe. In addition, Riya had paired her lehenga with a dual coloured choli which had featured a princess cut neckline along with intricate floral designs and tiny crystal drops attached to the hemline.
To complete her look, Riya had opted for dual dupattas, one pinned on her shoulder, and another one tucked on her head. The first one had featured gota patti work all over it and a matching border with her lehenga. The other one was a contrasting green-hued dupatta, which had given a royal look to her wedding dress.
Riya had opted for extravagant bead jewellery to complete her lookbook. It had included a huge pearl and crystal-studded two-tiered necklace, a broad choker neckpiece with unique minakari design and pearl drops. She had paired her neckpieces with a pair of matching earrings, a sleek maang teeka, a matching crystal-studded bangle, a bracelet and haathphools.
Riya's makeup artist, Amrit Kaur had completed her look with a crease-cut base and glittery eyes. Her makeup had included defined eyebrows, kohled-winged eyes along with thick lashes, glittery pink eyeshadow, blushed and highlighted cheeks, and pink lipstick. She had opted for middle-parted, wavy open tresses and had looked trendy. However, it was her unique mehendi-clad hands which simply had swooned our hearts. The mehendi had featured a king and queen from the varmala and sindoor moment during the wedding.
Riya's groom, Gopal had looked dapper in a baby pink-coloured floral printed bandhgala suit paired with matching pants. He had also worn a golden neckpiece and a baby-pink coloured turban to complete his look. Altogether, the bride and the groom looked picture-perfect for the evening.
We are already obsessed with Riya's choice of outfit and jewellery with contrasting colours and her unique mehendi design. What about you? Let us know.