By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Though the pandemic has changed the way weddings in India used to happen, a few things have remained the same. Earlier, weddings used to happen as a grand affair and had looked no less than a festival. Now marriages have become close-knit affairs involving the near and dear ones in the family and friend circle. However, amongst the few things which are followed as earlier times is the dulhan's ensemble that never misses a chance to grab the limelight of the event.
The brides today are independent and take significant decisions of their lives on their own. And so, for donning in the best wedding ensemble, every bride-to-be gets hooked to their favourite designer's feed. Coming to the famous bridal fashion designers, one name that always comes to our minds is none other than Manish Malhotra. He is renowned for designing unique embroidered pieces with tiny detailing and out-of-the-box patterns. We came across one such bride who had stunned in a vibrant yellow coloured lehenga from the ace designer's collection and had looked breathtaking.
The bride, Ravleen Kaur, had opted for a yellow-coloured ensemble from the shelves of the ace designer, Manish Malhotra and had looked bright as sunshine on her Anand Karaj ceremony. The entire wedding ensemble comes from the designer's Nooraniyat collection, super delicately crafted with intricate designs. Her lehenga had featured gold and silver embroidery, intricate gota patti floral patterns and minute detailing all over it.
Ravleen had paired her yellow-hued heavily embellished lehenga with a matching coloured choli that came with gota patti border and thread work detailing on the sleeves and neckline of the blouse. She had completed her entire look with a dupatta adorned with floral motifs of gold and silver embroidery and had pinned it on her head.
The bride had amped her look with statement jewellery picks. Her accessories had included a classic necklace adorned with uncut diamonds and pearl drops, a matching pair of kaanbalis, a golden maang teeka encrusted with crystals, baby pink and stone bangles and kaleeras.
Ravleen had looked gorgeous with her dewy fresh look by the makeup artist, Manjari Singh. Her makeup had included subtle hues, brown smokey eyes, strokes of eyeliner, mascara, blush pink lipstick and rosy cheeks. Along with her subtle makeup, she had opted for a middle-parted hairdo and a bun adorned with white and baby pink carnations, which had helped her enhance her bridal makeup.
The bride's man of dreams, her groom, Abir A Anand, had opted for a grey-coloured bandhgala suit, paired with a pink necklace, pink turban and a sword. Altogether, the bride and the groom had looked picture perfect.
We are mesmerised with the bride's choice of a yellow coloured lehenga on her wedding day.
When we hear the word Indian wedding, the first thing that pops up in our minds is the traditional red-coloured wedding ensembles. That’s because, in Hindu nuptial ceremonies, the colour red symbolises love, new beginnings, prosperity, and passion. However, with changing times, the brides have become more experimental with their selection ofRead More