By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
One of the most exciting parts of a wedding for a bride is to get decked up for the big day. The preparation starts way ahead of the D-day. A bride wants to look flawless on her wedding day, and in regard to that, she scouts every fashion designer page and catalogue to find and lock the perfect outfit for the day.
Whenever we hear bridal ensembles, there are a few designer names that pop into our minds. However, one of them is definitely Anamika Khanna. Nowadays, we can see many Pakistani brides are opting for Indian fashion designer's collections for their wedding couture. Just that, we came across a bride who had chosen a beautiful piece for her nikah ceremony from the shelves of Anamika Khanna. So, without wasting any time, let's get straight into decoding her look.
This Pakistani bride, Alena Sadiq had opted for a beautiful rose milk pink-coloured sharara set for her wedding ceremony that included a sleeveless long kurta and a sharara along with a dupatta. The whole set had intricate embroidery in floral patterns with beads and golden zari. The hemline had a subtle zardozi border. However, Alena had paired her look with a double dupatta, one that she had put on her arms and the other was carefully tucked on her head. The veil had a unique embroidery with colourful threads and scalloped hemline, adding charm to the whole look.
Alena had accessorised her look with a heavy kundan and pearl-studded choker and huge matching earrings, along with a maang teeka. However, it was the pearl-drop passa that had caught our eyes. She had completed the look with green glass bangles and a sleek kadha, along with some rings. For the hair, the bride had opted for an elegant back brushed hairdo.
The Pakistani bride, Alena had accentuated her look with a subtle but bold look. For makeup, she had chosen to go with the bold eyes with smokey eyeshadow, dramatic winged liner, defined brows and undertone makeup with blushed cheeks and nude pink lip shade.
On the other hand, her groom had looked absolutely stunning in a beige-coloured bandhgala kurta that had featured subtle embroidery with white thread and pyjama. In the pictures, the couple had looked gorgeous in their respective ensembles and had won our hearts!
Did you find Alena's nikah look interesting? Let us know whether you would like to recreate her sharara look for your own wedding!