By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Gone are the days of big fat Indian weddings! The COVID-19 pandemic and the social distancing norms have turned our grand weddings into an intimate affair. However, this doesn't stop the couples from getting married. They are happily embracing the masks, which have become a necessary accessory, and the intimate wedding has given the bride and the groom a chance to try new trends without caring about 'log kya kahege'.
Over the years, we have seen a big change in wedding fashion. Brides are following their hearts and leaving everyone's jaws dropped with their unique choice of wedding outfits. There are some brides, who believe in flaunting the maharani vibes and wearing the heaviest lehenga with heirloom jewellery. On the other hand, there are some brides, who love the minimalist trend, and they know how to shine bright in less.
Meet our bride of the week, Bhoomika Kath, who had tied the knot with the man of her dreams in an intimate ceremony in December 2020. The gorgeous bride had followed the Kashmiri rituals to get married. For her wedding day, she had opted for a lovely deep-red lehenga with silver work on it. The outfit featured a pretty lehenga skirt with a princess-cut blouse and double dupatta.
The bride had accessorised her outfit with a beautiful neckpiece, a maang teeka, a pair of matching earrings and atherau. For those who don't know, atheru is an ear ornament, which is worn traditionally by married Kashmiri women. It is made of three ornamental elements, the dejhoor, the athoor and atah, and it is given by the in-laws of the bride.
The bride's look was enhanced with dewy sheen makeup. On the other hand, her groom had opted for a cream-coloured sherwani with a doshala, a turban and a deep red-hued mala.
We have heard of a pre-wedding shoot, but never have we ever heard of a post-wedding shoot. The bride left us stunned with her mushy post-wedding shoot. She had picked a pretty peach saree with golden weaving and scallop pallu.
The bride had accessorised her look with a gold neckpiece and chooda. Her hair tied in a bun and minimal makeup completed her style. On the other hand, her groom had donned a black three-piece suit with designer buttons.
We love the bride's wedding lehenga!