By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
A marraige is a union of two souls, who happily get together to celebrate life. After all, it feels super special to be with someone, who agrees to hold your hand in the rollercoaster of life. In India, a wedding is celebrated as a grand festival. However, the pandemic has dropped the zeal of the families to host big affairs, as they are opting for intimate celebrations with close family and friends.
But it has not dropped the couple's will of wearing the statement-making ensembles for their special day. We have spotted bride and groom donning celeb-inspired outfits, their family heirlooms and whatnot. Recently, we stumbled upon a bride, who donned a unique crinkled lehenga from the shelves of ace designer, Tarun Tahiliani.
The bride, Mandy tied the knot with Sukhi Gill, who is the owner of Headmasters Salon and academy. For her wedding day, she had worn a unique crinkled lehenga from the designer, Tarun Tahiliani's collection. Her outfit was comprised of a pink and orange toned skirt, a princess-cut choli, and double dupatta.
The bride had styled her look with meenakari choker neckpiece, matching earrings, an oversized nath. And the highlight of her entire look was the statement maang teeka, which had covered her entire head. Her bridal look was accentuated with highlighted cheeks, soft bronze eyeshadow and brown-toned lip colour.
On the other hand, her groom had donned a grey-toned jacket sherwani from the designer, Tarun Tahiliani. He had worn a matching doshala and a red turban with his look.
For the mehendi ceremony, the bride, Mandy had donned another wonder from the shelves of ace designer, Tarun Tahiliani. She had looked pretty in an orange and pink-hued lehenga with a sleeveless choli with tasselled-hem and a sheer dupatta.
The bride had accessorised her look with a statement pearl choker, a layered pearl necklace, a maang teeka and a pair of earrings. On the other hand, her groom had worn a mauve-hued jacket kurta with a pair of cream-coloured trousers.
For the sangeet ceremony, the bride had opted for the designer duo, Rimple and Harpreet Narula's outfit. She had worn an orange-coloured silk sharara with beautiful motifs. She had accessorised her look with a statement maatha patti and a pair of earrings. Subtle makeup with hair tied in a bun had completed her style.
We loved the bride's wedding and pre-wedding style and her crinkled lehenga definitely won our hearts!