By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Gone are the days when brides were seen donning only red lehengas on their wedding days. Nowadays, brides opt for different colour palettes with unique designs for their wedding ensembles. A wedding starts a new phase for the two souls who get entwined forever. Thus, the bride and groom want their wedding ensembles to match their personalities so well that they look picture perfect on one of their most important days by donning them. But selecting one such suitable wedding couture takes most of the prep time.
For this, the brides hook their eyes on their favourite designers' respective social media handles. But when it comes to designer couture, who is better than one of the best names in the fashion industry, Manish Malhotra. He is known for designing some of the best wedding ensembles with intricate designs and combinations of various colours. The bride of the week had opted for two such designer lehengas for her wedding and engagement.
The bride, Akshita Siddharth Arora, had donned a daffodil coloured lehenga from Manish Malhotra's collection and had looked breathtakingly gorgeous on her wedding day. Her lehenga had featured intricate embroidery of floral patterns, mirror and gota patti work all over it. Along with it, she had opted for a matching choli and a dupatta, and had looked like a queen in her wedding dress. On the other hand, her groom had complemented his bride's look by donning a heavily embellished white-coloured bandhgala suit paired with a matching turban and a doshala.
Akshita had gone for extravagant Jadau polka jewellery to balance her gorgeous wedding look. She had completed her lookbook with a giant pearl, crystal and diamond-studded necklace and a broad diamond choker neckpiece that had covered the rest of her neckline and had featured unique minakari designs at the borderline. She had paired her neckpieces with a pair of matching earrings, a sleek maang teeka, matching Kada and chooda.
Akshita's makeup artist, Amrit Kaur, had finished off her look with a crease cut base and bold eyes. The bride had completed her bridal look with high defined eyebrows, kohled-winged eyes, thick lashes, glittery pink eyeshadow, blushed and highlighted cheeks, and glossy pink lipstick. In addition, she had opted for a middle-parted, wavy hairdo and had looked trendy.
Akshita had worn a baby pink-coloured lehenga choli for her engagement from the same designer label. The lehenga was heavily embellished with silver zari and resham in an intricately floral design, and her choli was adorned with silver patterned works. She had styled her look with a matching coloured dupatta, which had featured gota patti work all over it and matching borders with her lehenga. On the other hand, her groom had looked dapper in a multi-coloured floral printed white bandhgala suit paired with white paint.
The then bride had chosen pristine diamond jewellery set to complete her lookbook. Her jewellery had included a neckpiece, pair of long dainty earrings, a haathphool and a watch. In addition, she had opted for a side-parted hairdo paired with wavy open tresses and glam makeup, which had included defined brows, winged eyes, glittery eyeshadow, and glossy lipstick.
Akshita's wedding pictures show how trendy her choice of outfits was at her wedding and engagement.
A wedding is all about fun, fashion and food. However, what holds the attention at a wedding is the bride and her unique choice of ensemble, which needs to be perfect from every angle. That's why every bride-to-be makes a huge list of whatever they want in their bridal attire andRead More