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Wedding is the most awaited day of a girl’s life and the most cherished one too. The journey of a bride is filled with a lot of emotions. The whole feeling of adding 'Mrs' before one's name is something which every soon-to-be-married girl experience in her life. With the mere mention of the word, marriage brings in the thought of leaving your home and saying goodbye to your family and loved ones, the sheer thought of it brings tears in every girl’s eyes. Your home which you addressed once as yours, turns to be completely strange and you leave your humble abode and enter into a new house to start a whole new chapter of your life. (Also Read: This Bride Wore A Silk Lehenga For Her Wedding In London, Sets A New Trend For South Indian Brides)
A girl starts dreaming about her wedding from her childhood and wants everything to be perfect for her big day. From her lehenga to her jewellery, she wants everything to be a perfect blend of culture and tradition. With every passing day, she comes closer to her dream. She makes sure that every little detail is taken care of. From months the preparations for her wedding begins and it is the bride-to-be who goes to different lengths to make sure she looks the best on her big day. From hopping the markets to keeping herself up with the latest trends, keeping a regular check of her pre-bridal routines, a bride-to-be prepares everything with utmost perfection. We spotted a real-life bride, Chaarvi Bhatia who opted a green lehenga for her Hindu wedding and chose a cream and beige sharara for her Gurudwara wedding.
There was a time when a bride would only choose a red or maroon lehenga for her wedding but this real-life bride, Chaarvi Bhatia made it a point to opt for a gorgeous green lehenga with golden thread work for her Hindu wedding. Chaarvi’s lehenga was different from other signature Sabyasachi lehengas which usually consists of red or maroon colour. Chaarvi’s green Sabyasachi attire had minimalistic work on the border of its lehenga and detailed thread work all over the choli, her minimalistic lehenga made her look like a vision. (Also Read: This Bride's Killer Dance Moves On 'Teri Aakhya Ka Yo Kajal' With Her Bridesmaids Goes Viral)
Chaarvi opted for a low-cut choli with signature Sabyasachi design of golden thread work all over it, whereas her lehenga was plain with a golden border at the bottom with some embroidery on it. She teamed up her lehenga with two beautiful dupattas, one dupatta with golden thread work and stones all over it was carried on her shoulder and the other dupatta she used as a veil which had a sleek golden border on it.
She complimented her beautiful lehenga with breathtaking traditional jewellery. She wore a beautiful pearl and white stone studded choker with matching earrings and matha-patti. She matched her jewellery with a delicate traditional nath with a pearl string attached to it. She also wore matching green bangles and golden kaleeras to complete her bridal look. She matched her look with a nude lip shade, green bindi and bold eye makeup. She donned a perfect hairdo with her hair tied in a beautiful bun and adorned it with rose and white flowers.
Chaarvi opted for a beautiful cream and beige sharara for her Gurudwara wedding. Her sharara had detailed stone work all over it. She wore a net dupatta as a veil, her dupatta had pearl and stone work on its border. She complimented her look with a traditional matha-patti, choker studded with pearls and blue stones with matching jhumkas. She also matched her cream and beige bangles with her beige sharara. Her pearl and golden kaleeras looked beautiful and complemented her sharara. (Also Read: 5 Comfortable Alternatives For Brides Who Can't Handle Heels On Their Wedding Day)
Isn't Chaarvi looking gorgeous! Keep us posted.
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