By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Somewhere between dark shades like red, maroon, and many more to pale white and others lies the drool-worthy colour pink. Time and again, this shade from the colour palette has received the nod from innumerable celebrity brides and fashionistas. No matter what, this colour never goes away from the brides' choices, and by donning these coloured ensembles, the brides never miss a chance to grab eyeballs at them.
As far as trends go, this colour comes up in new forms and sets goals for every bride-to-be. Moreover, the delicate touch to the wedding attires by the ace designer, Manish Malhotra, makes the coutures more gorgeous to opt for on D-day. The bride of the week opted for one such stunning lehenga in the blush pink shade and complemented her look with unique jewellery pieces. Indeed, she looked breathtaking.
The bride, Simran Wadhwani opted for a rose-pink organza lehenga from Bollywood's favourite designer, Manish Malhotra's bridal collection. The lehenga featured intricate designs made of sublime-hued threads and metallic sequins in a delicate scallop pattern. The entire outfit featured similar patterns, including a matching choli and two sheer tulle dupattas- one firmly secured on her head and another one tucked on her shoulder.
Simran teamed her rose-pink wedding attire with surprisingly beautiful jewellery made out of Kundan stones and pearls. Her jewellery included a choker attached with five floral drops, matching earrings, a golden maang teeka and diamond bangles.
Simran's makeup artist, Mallika Bhat completed her bridal look with highlighted and blushed cheeks, glittery pink eyeshadow, defined brows, think strokes of eyeliner, nude lipstick and a small red bindi. In addition, the bride opted for a messy bun hairdo adorned with floral carnations.
On the other hand, Simran's groom, Pradyumna Taneja complemented his bride in a matching coloured outfit. He opted for a Manish Malhotra sherwani paired with a rich textured ivory kurta and pants. Along with it, the groom opted for a matching doshala and a silk turban.
We love the bride and groom's ensemble complementing each other on their D-Day. What about you? Let us know!