By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
The moment a girl turns thirteen, her parents introduce her to the rich Indian culture. At every wedding, they attend, they are told that one day they will also have to leave their house after marriage. While it is a beautiful custom, over the years, we have seen women making weddings a normal affair and not a milestone without which their life looks incomplete.
You all will agree that from a young age, we have been told that an Indian bride always decks up in a beautiful suhaag ka joda and does solah shringar. However, with a change in time, girls are following their hearts' calling. From donning sarees to anarkalis and whatnot. But for the first time, we spotted a bride who ditched traditional Indian outfits and donned a pantsuit for her big day. Let's take a look as we decode her look.
Meet the bride of the week, Nimisha Verma, who is an alchemist and has transformed many lives with her practices, workshops and seminars. The gorgeousness got married in an intimate wedding ceremony with her dream man, Harman Rana. The couple's wedding ceremony was nothing less than a beautiful, simple yet elegant affair.
The bride believes in keeping the affair private with close family, and friends, oh, and no drama! Hence, she opted for a fuss-free bridal look for her big day. She picked a hot pink lacey single-breasted pant-suit that gave her look a modern feel. She accentuated her outfit with a light pink sheer veil.
The bride added more charm to her look with a heavy polki neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka and haath phools. She dolled up with dewy sheen makeup, nude-toned lips and hair tied in a bun. Her look gave out perfect Indo-Western vibes, and the flower bouquet in her hands completed it.
We also spotted a cute moment, when the groom dared the bride to kiss him during the pheras. To our surprise, the beautiful bride took the challenge and left the groom surprised with her impromptu kiss on his cheeks.
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We loved the bride's modern take on an Indian wedding outfit. Her mehendi-clad hands and the veil were a perfect blend of traditions! What do you think?