By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
A wedding is all about fun, food and fashion. No wedding is complete without some glitz and glam. Every invitee comes with their best fashion self and the bride and the groom certainly top the chart with their looks. It's the bride who holds the centre of attraction in every wedding, so every bride tries to scout the best outfit for each and every ceremony.
Nowadays, brides opt for unique colours, over-the-top designs and out-of-the-box embroidery to look trendy and more beautiful. And to satisfy the needs of every bride, the designers are working very hard to come up with unique customisation to make the brides look pretty and make their dream outfits a reality. We came across a bride who opted for Anita Dongre and Manish Malhotra's ensembles for different events of her wedding and looked absolutely gorgeous in each of them.
The bride, Jessica Sanghvi tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Parth Thakkar. Jessica looked gorgeous at every event of her wedding. But what caught our attention was her mehendi day look. She was wearing a dark green-coloured silk lehenga with a beautiful floral fabric print on it, along with a sleeveless choli with an embroidered neckline and buti work all over it. She paired it with a matching dupatta that had featured tassel detailing at the hemline.
Jessica kept her day event look elegant and subtle and followed the 'less is more' policy. She accessorised her look with a beautiful pair of huge ear-cuffed danglers adorned with polki stones. Along with the earrings, she wore a Maharashtrian nathani. However, what grabbed our eyeballs in her whole lookbook was her boho-chic floral kaleeras. She paired her look with layers of yellow rose and floral carnation kaleeras, and these are absolutely bookmark-worthy.
For makeup, Jessica chose a sheen and dewy look. She wore light foundation with a sheer highlight, blushed cheeks, layers of eyeliner and mascara, nude peach-coloured lip shade and a bindi. She kept her hair open in beachy curls. Her mehendi look was extremely quirky and served absolute boho vibes.
Jessica had donned a stunning lehenga choli from Manish Malhotra's collection for another function of her wedding. She was wearing a light yellow-coloured lehenga, featuring mirror-work all over it and paired with a sleeveless choli that was intricately embroidered with blue thread and sequins. She completed her look with a sheer dupatta adorned with bejewelled fringes at the hemline.
She kept her makeup simple and dewy and accentuated her look with kundan jewellery, including a neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka and yellow bangles. Jessica had opted for a boho hairdo. She tied a section of her hair in a braid, adorned it with flowers and left the rest of the hair open in curls.
Jessica Sanghvi turned into a bride who wore a beautiful red-coloured lehenga choli that had featured heavy embroidery all over it with golden zari and thread. She had completed her look with double dupattas. One was pinned on her shoulder while the other sheer one with a scalloped hemline was tucked into her bun.
She paired her look with unique kundan jewellery pieces. Jessica had worn a neckpiece, matching earrings, dual-layered matha patti and a chandbali nath. She accentuated her look with a light foundation, blush-toned cheeks, thick layered eyeliner, high-defined brows, mascara-laden lashes, a small bindi and glossy brown lip shade. She tied her hair in a neat and clean middle-parted bun.
Jessica and Parth looked absolutely picture-perfect from every angle. Parth had complemented his bride in every sense as he had donned an onion pink-coloured sherwani suit and paired his look with a matching pagdi and doshala.
We are in love with Jessica's every lookbook from her wedding but exceptionally the trendy floral kaleeras. Which look was your favourite and would you like to recreate it at your own wedding? Let us know!