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The most beautiful woman in the entire world is considered to be a mother! Ask anyone in this world, and you will get the answer. And the runner-up is always her daughter, decked up as a bride. The young girl adorned in red chooda with a glistening red shaadi ka joda, is a sight to behold. While there are millions of thoughts running in her mind, she still chooses to smile as this is what she has been taught since her childhood.
Indian weddings are a mixture of traditions that unites two souls together. It is a lifetime of commitment, which two families happily agree for. To celebrate this special occasion, a bride and a groom make sure to live their every dream. Over the years, wedding fashion has seen a drastic change. Nowadays, brides are ditching the red lehengas and opting for pretty pastels to white mehendi, shoes over heels and whatnot. However, a traditional bride is the one, who always touches our hearts.
Ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee has become the synonym for Indian weddings. There is no bride that doesn't love the designer's collection. His every design instantly gets copied by the local shopkeepers. After all, his designs are perfect for a minimalistic bride to a traditional one. His design beautifully depicts the Indian culture, and his handcrafted embroidery adds more charm to a bride's look.
Meet our bride of the week, Aastha, who had tied the knot with the man of her dreams in an intimate ceremony at Noor Mahal in Karnal, Haryana. Unlike other Indian brides, who love decking themselves up with heavily embroidered lehenga, our bride of the week had chosen a minimalist yet traditional ensemble from the designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her glistening red lehenga had featured a golden border at the hem and red tassel detailing, which she had teamed with a matching choli and a beautiful red dupatta.
The bride had accentuated her look with a golden polki choker and a long neckpiece, matching jhumkis, a maang teeka and a dainty nath. Her makeup artist, Shruti Sharma, had dolled her up with natural makeup, with her soft eyeshadow and pink lips.
Well, we love our bride of the week's outfit choice. What about you?
Indian weddings are not just the union of two souls, but rather it is a celebration of two families, their cultures, and their ethos. It is one of the primary reasons why Indian weddings have majestic grandeur. From the lavish decorations to yummy khaana, everything about the desi shaadi is unique inRead More