By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Pastels are the new red! By saying so, we mean, that nowadays, pastels are taking over red bridal ensembles. Many experimental brides are ditching the red colour for their wedding outfits and opting for some unique shades from the colour palette. Moreover, brides are opting for such ensembles which resonate with their personality and match the venue's theme and tone, which they have dreamt from ages.
Indeed, every bride radiates pure happiness by donning these ensembles. However, whenever we think about pastel-shaded wedding couture, one name that immediately pops into our head is Tarun Tahiliani. The ace designer's bridal collection has an array of choices to match every bride's wishes for unique colours and designs in their D-day ensembles. One such bride is Anisha Patel, who opted for a pastel lehenga adorned with unique designs and set trends for all brides-to-be.
The bride, Anisha Patel opted for a uniquely designed lehenga from the ace designer, Tarun Tahiliani's bridal collections. The exquisite lehenga in pastel shades featured intricate trellis designs all over it. Along with it, a scalloped hemline featuring floral patterns completed the stunning look of the lehenga.
Anisha paired her lehenga with a matching choli heavily embedded with stones. It also featured a plunging neckline and short sleeves with pearl drops. She teamed her lehenga choli with a sheer tulle veil which was embellished with stones in mesh patterns, and donning it, she looked breathtaking.
The bride opted for stunning diamond jewellery to give a romantic mist to her wedding ensemble. Her jewellery included a broad neckpiece, a three-layered mid-height necklace, a matching maang teeka, matching earrings, a small nath, pearl-embedded bangles, haathphools and kaleeras. Along with it, a neat bun hairdo, bold eyes, blushed cheeks, a bindi and nude lipstick completed her look.
Anisha's groom, Arjun Mehta complemented her in a multi-layered chikankari sherwani from Tarun Tahiliani's collection. He paired it with the kamarbandh belt, a matching stole and a white-hued turban. Altogether, the duo looked simply picture-perfect.
We are already obsessed with the bride's unique choice of her lehenga on her D-day. What about you? Let us know!