By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
A woman gets ready to tie the knot with the man of her dreams once in a lifetime. Thus, she wants everything to be perfect, from her dress to the venue, food platters to decor; every minute detail must be flawless. Well, whenever we hear the word wedding, a bride walking down the aisle wearing her laal shaadi ka joda comes to our mind. But, over the years, we have seen brides opting for unique colour palettes and distinctive patterns.
To make sure they look the best, they take opinions from the best designers in town and trust their instincts. Recently, we stumbled upon a bride who is a fashion designer herself and has made her name in the fashion world by creating unique and gorgeous outfits for people and even celebrities. This bride had designed her own wedding ensembles, and on the day of her nikah, she had looked like an enchanting dream!
The then-bride, Asra Syed, had looked absolutely gorgeous and had charmed everybody with her stunning wedding couture. On the day of finally saying qubool hai to the love of her life, Salman Patel, Asra had looked like someone who had walked straight out of a fairytale page. She had donned an ivory white-coloured lehenga. Asra's full-sleeve choli had a sweetheart neckline, and it was designed with lace embroidery with crystal and pearl embellishments. In addition, it had an intricate embroidered pattern followed by fringe detailing and a cut-out back, giving an edge to the look.
She had paired it with a lehenga that had a similar embroidery design all over it and a sheer dupatta in a white and pastel-shade with a floral buti embellishment and a detailed embroidered hemline. But what had made it look extravagant was the long trailed veil that she had pinned on her bun. The princess cut veil with stunning embroidery designs on the borderline had helped to enhance the look.
Talking about the jewellery, well, the then bride-to-be had opted for simple yet chic jewellery to go with her extraordinary bedecked outfit. Asra had worn a diamond-cut neckpiece along with a pair of floral cut earrings, a classy nath and a sleek passa. She had kept her hair hassle-free and thus had tied it in a simple bun and had adorned it with a floral accessory.
For makeup, Asra had chosen to go with a subtle makeover. She had completed her whole nikah look with light foundation, high-defined brows, soft pink smokey eyes with a touch of ivory shimmer, jet black winged liner, thick lashes. She had opted for blushed and highlighted cheekbones, along with a nude wine lip shade. Asra had looked like a vision to hold!
Well, her shohar, Salman Patel, had brought quite the A-game to complement his wife. He had looked dapper in a white heavily embroidered bandhgala sherwani coat with silk kurta and patiala pants. Salman had paired it with a baby pink-coloured turban decorated with a stunning brooch. He had completed the whole look with a silver crystal embedded three-tier neckpiece and black shoes. The whole decor looked absolutely stunning, and every picture looked like they were from a fantasy world.
This white ensemble from 'World of Asra' is bookmark worthy. What do you think?