By Mamta Roy Last Updated:
A bride is the most sought-after individual at any wedding, no matter which religion she belongs to. She plans her dream wedding ensemble years ahead of D-day. From curating her favourite designer lehenga to a pristine jewellery collection, getting married is special for every girl. Each eye patiently waits for a glimpse of the bride, and everyone awaits her grand arrival with bated breaths.
Over the years, the celebrity designer, Manish Malhotra has fulfilled many brides' dreams by designing exclusive customised lehengas and sarees. And the bride of the week, Pooja Vijan was no different. She had opted for not one but two stunning ensembles from Manish Malhotra’s bridal couture and had looked like a dream.
The bride of the week, Pooja Vijan had opted for a customised parrot green-hued lehenga from the shelves of ace designer, Manish Malhotra for her mehendi. Her sleeveless choli had featured multi-coloured thread work adorned with sequins and shells in the hemline. Pooja’s lehenga had featured minimalistic mirror work and a gotta patti border.
She had accessorised her look with statement earrings, a matching maang teeka and bangles. Overall, the gorgeous ensemble had given her a boho look that the bride had always wanted on her mehendi. Moreover, she had looked amazing in subtle makeup and a fuss-free look.
The bride had made heads turn in a mesmerising white-hued gown which she had picked from Manish Malhotra’s collection for her reception party. The gown had featured a sheer long tail, fitted bodice embellished with sequin work. She had paired her post-bridal look with red chooda, three-tiered jewellery and matching earrings.
In addition, she had opted for pink lips, blushed cheeks, mascara-laden eyelashes, and perfectly shaped eyebrows. On the other hand, her groom, Manjot Patheja had looked handsome in a white shirt layered with an all-black pantsuit and a pagdi.
For her wedding day, the Punjabi bride had picked a baby pink-coloured sharara set. She had neatly placed a sheer laal dupatta on her crown area and had looked pretty. She had styled her look with a choker, maang teeka, dangling earrings, red chooda, kaleera and a heavy neckpiece. She had kept her luscious tresses open and had donned nude makeup. While we were drooling over the bride’s gorgeous look, her groom, Manjot had looked equally dashing in an ivory-hued sherwani, paired with a neckpiece and pink pagdi.
We are in love with the bride’s customised Manish Malhotra ensembles! What about you? Let us know.