By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Marriage is a ceremony where not only two souls but also their two families get united. Every girl dreams to look the best on their special day to impress her prince and turn everyone's head towards her. As undoubtedly, the bride always remains to be the centre of attraction. This is the reason why every millennial bride now tries to come up with trendy looks that create buzz around everywhere.
Now, a few fashion designers are hitting the headlines every now and then for their unique collection of wedding ensembles. Among them, one of the names that always pop up is Manish Malhotra. He is known for using 3D detailing, Swarovski crystals, sequins and different pastel shades to make the bridal couture more fascinating. We came across a bride who had worn a grey-coloured 3D embroidery lehenga and had looked straight out of a fairy tale.
This bride, Bisma Usama had chosen Manish Malhotra's ensemble for her wedding ceremony and had looked absolutely gorgeous. She was wearing a grey-coloured lehenga choli that was traditionally ornamented with rich crystals, zari and had featured unique patterns of 3D floral embroidery along with jaali work at the hemline. She had paired her look with a dupatta that had a sleek scalloped border and was embellished with thread work and crystals.
The then-bride-to-be, Bisma had accessorised herself in elegant jewellery. She didn't add any pop colour and had opted for a subtle look. She had chosen a beautiful diamond neckpiece, along with matching earrings, a maang teeka and a few rings. However, it was her stunning ensemble that had caught our attention. For makeup, the bride had opted for a glam look. She had accentuated her look with foundation, blush-toned cheeks, high-defined brows, highlighted cheekbones, metallic grey and black smokey eyes that were lauded with thick lashes. She had completed her look with tinted pink lips. Bisma had tied her tresses in a sleek bun with braid detailing and had left a few strands of hair in soft curls.
Bisma had added a beautiful blue pop-coloured butterfly motif handbag that had given life to her whole greyish look. On the other hand, her groom had complemented her quite well. He could be seen wearing a black pantsuit which he had paired with a white shirt, a blue pastel-coloured tie and black shoes.
Well, did you like Bisma's grey undertone look with 3D detailing along with a pop-up coloured butterfly bag? Let us know if you would recreate a 3D look at your own wedding!