By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Every girl dreams of a love story that is filled with love, laughter and happily ever after! However, we are all aware of the fact that life changes the moment the wedding festivity gets over. But we aren't talking about life after being the bride but before it. Getting married is the most special moment for every couple, especially the girl, and they want to make it a memorable affair for everyone.
We all will agree that the moment we think of a marriage, a bride, decked up in a glistening red lehenga, comes flashing in our minds. Red is the colour that is preferred by most Indian brides, but the trends have been changing and brides are following their hearts. And our bride of the week donned a gorgeous unique pink lehenga.
Meet our bride of the week, Juhi Godambe, a renowned blogger and content creator, who had gotten married to her best friend, Siddharth Jain. The duo had met in the year 2008 when the bride was just 14-years-old. Slowly they realised that they are made for each other. In an interaction with Humans of Bombay, the couple had revealed that they had planned for their wedding at the age of 16. However, they had officially given it a green flag in 2019.
For the wedding day, Juhi had donned a unique pastel pink lehenga from everyone's favourite designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She had accentuated her bridal look with a choker neckpiece, a long necklace, matching earrings and a statement maatha patti. Subtle makeup with a bright pink bindi and hair tied in a bun with pink flowers completed her look.
On the other hand, her groom had given a tough competition to his bride by donning a cream-hued sherwani with golden embroidery. The groom's look was completed with an emerald layered neckpiece and a bright pink-hued turban.
The bride had donned designer duo, Falguni Shane Peacock's ensemble for the sangeet ceremony. She had looked super gorgeous in an unconventional lehenga with feather adornment on the dupatta. However, the highlight of the sangeet night was the bride's performance, which she had specially dedicated to her family.
Sharing the adorable video on her IG handle, the bride had written, "Dedicated To My World, My Family. Words really can’t explain how much my family means to me, tried to express my love with a little performance. Love you Mumma, Puppa, Mai, Bhaiya, Mona and my Divaa. Truly blessed to have a family like mine. (Tip - Don’t look at your mum (or anyone you love) while performing for them, you will cry,"
For her mehendi night, the bride had picked a red-hued outfit by Arpita Mehta. She had kept her look minimal with statement red-coloured beaded necklaces. Her look was completed with hair left open.
We love the bride's Sabyasachi lehenga! What about you?