By Tanya Shree Last Updated:
Shaadi is an emotional and a life-changing moment. It is an important part of every girl's life and is a step towards a new journey with a new set of family. However, this journey starts with the most beautiful day, which changes everything. And every bride wants to look unlike anyone else has ever looked on her big day in order to make it memorable.
Every girl dreams to look perfect on their big day. Moreover, these days, brides wants to become a sensation and create a buzz about their bridal attire. So, rather than the lal shaadi ka joda, brides nowadays opt for some unique trousseau to grab the limelight. And, more than the regular brides, the plus-sized brides are making a statement with their wedding outfits on their special day. The bride of the week, Jasmin chose her dress from designer, Anita Dongre's wedding couture collection and looked breathtakingly beautiful.
Every bride wants to deck up in designer couture on their big day, and what is better than becoming an Anita Dongre bride? The bride of the week, Jasmin had ditched the traditional lal joda and decided to look subtle on her big day. She had chosen a blush pink-coloured lehenga choli from ace designer, Anita Dongre's wedding couture. Her lehenga featured an intricate gotta patti embroidery and a touch of mint green colour. Jasmine completed her look with a dual dupatta, one pinned on her shoulder, and another tucked on her head. But what caught our attention was her choice of the 'white-coloured veil' that was intricately embroidered with floral design and tassels.
Jasmine had ditched heavy statement jewellery. Instead, she opted for an elegant and graceful look. She had kept her look minimal with an 18 kt Ilakshi necklace adorned with uncut diamonds, south sea pearls and enamel by Anita Dongre Pinkcity. She completed her look with matching earrings, a beautiful maang teeka, and an elegant nath. In addition, the bride opted for a traditional red-coloured chooda and golden sea shell kaleeras that made the whole look more elegant and unique.
Jasmine accentuated her look with subtle and dewy makeup. Makeup artist, Linda Kiriack had given her a subtle but flawless look that completely won us over. The bride had completed her look with a light foundation, well-defined brows, contoured cheeks, blushed cheekbones, mauve-coloured lipstick, smokey eyeshadow, kohl-rimmed eyes with layers of mascara and a small stone bindi. For hair, Jasmin had opted for the classic low bun with middle parting. She had completed her look with face-framing soft curls that added a romantic touch to her look.
The couple looked dreamy in their pastel-coloured outfits. The groom, Michael complemented his bride in a white-coloured sherwani and mint green-coloured dupatta. He completed his look with a mint green-coloured turban and a sword for their anand karaj ceremony.
We loved the bride's choice of a unique 'white veil'. What about you? Let us know!