By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
A wedding is the beginning of a new chapter for the bride and the groom, and it brings a lot of responsibilities for the rest of their lives. But it starts with their big day. A bride has to take all the responsibilities to look the best and go through the whole process of scouting the best designer lehenga, the perfect matching jewellery and whatnot.
Even though there are brides who still choose the laal shaadi ka joda for their wedding, there are a few brides who are trying something haatke to grab the limelight. Every girl dreams of wearing designer couture for their wedding, and what can be better than to become a Tarun Tahiliani bride. The bride of the week selected a beautiful undertoned ensemble and oozed elegance. Read on as we decode her look!
Meet the bride of the week, Noor Gupta, who got married to the man of her dreams, Shan Chopra, in a dreamy wedding. The bride chose one of the popular fashion designers, Tarun Tahiliani and donned a beautiful pastel peach-hued lehenga choli that featured intricate detailing of thread work along with sequins. The lehenga had a broad gota patti work on the edge that enhanced the look even more. She completed her look with a dual dupatta. One dupatta featured pearl-detailing at the hemline and was neatly pinned on her shoulder. While, the other one, which she tucked on her head, had a scalloped border and was intricately embroidered with floral patterns.
The bride opted for an elegant and graceful look. She accessorised her look by wearing a choker neckpiece adorned with diamonds and emeralds, along with a waterfall necklace and paisley patterned diamond and emerald-studded haar. She completed it with matching earrings, a unique but sleek maang teeka, and a simple nath. But what caught our attention was her choice of pink-coloured chooda and golden kaleera that added a pop of colour to her whole look.
For makeup, Noor Gupta kept it subtle. The bride accentuated her look with a light foundation, defined brows, mauve-brown smokey eyes, mascara-laden lashes, blushed cheeks and highlighted cheekbones and completed it with glossy pink lipstick. For her hair, she chose to keep it in a tight top bun and adorned it with white floral carnations.
The couple looked dreamy together in their pastel-coloured outfits. The groom, Shan tried his best to complement his bride and had donned a pale blue-coloured sherwani and completed his look with a turban and a sword for their Anand Karaj ceremony.
Would you like to recreate Noor's pale peach-hued wedding ensemble and look like a shining star at your own wedding? Let us know!