By Tanya Shree Last Updated:
Shaadi is one of the most important parts of everyone's life. And in India, Marriage is a big event, so everything related to it is magical and dreamy. For a girl, getting married is one such big moment that completely changes everything. And for that one special day, every bride-to-be goes through a roller coaster ride. From selecting their wedding ensembles to finalising their bridal jewellery, to-be-dulhans have to be on their toes to look best on their D-day.
Suhaag ka joda holds a special place in every bride's heart. And they make sure to wear the best ensemble on their D-day. While many modern brides are opting for pastel hues for their special day, there are some who still love to glow in traditional coloured ensembles. We stumbled upon one such bride, who donned beautiful traditional ensembles at her oh-so-special multi-day wedding celebrations.
The bride of the week, Meera Verma got married to the man of her dreams, Vikrant in a dreamy wedding affair. For her special day, the bride opted for a pink-hued Benarasi lehenga which featured raw silk embroidered borders from the shelves of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She styled it with a maroon choli, featuring golden-buti work. Meera exuded pure Indian bride goals as she accentuated her look with double dupattas. Unlike many, Meera stunned in dual-toned organza dupattas, featuring golden embroidery work.
Meera Verma looked mesmerising as she complemented her look with a choker necklace, a pair of matching earrings, an elegant maang-teeka, bangles and a small bindi. The gorgeousness stole the show with her minimalistic and subtle makeup.
The bride, Meera Verma's wedding, is a perfect example of the amalgamation of two cultures and traditions. She had not only a Hindu wedding ceremony but also a Sikh shaadi. For her Anand Karaj Sikh ceremony, Meera stunned in a rose pink-coloured lehenga from the shelves of celebrity designer, Rhea Kapoor.
Her lehenga featured dabka bootis work all over it. Meera paired it with a short georgette kurta which featured booti and chikankari work. She accentuated her look with a dupatta featured with mukaish work, a polki choker necklace, a pair of earrings, a maang-teeka, chooda and golden kaleeras.
The then would-be-bride, Meera, had worn a pista green-coloured lehenga on her mehendi ceremony from Anamika Khanna's bridal couture. She paired it with a similar-coloured choli and dupatta, which featured floral embroidery. Meera accessorised her look with a pair of elegant earrings, and floral kadas. She looked extremely pretty as she completed her look with dewy makeup and a wavy open hairdo adorned with flowers.
We love the bride's Benarasi lehenga. What about you? Let us know!