By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Indian weddings have a certain charm and beauty to them. And, in this wedding season, we got to see a lot of viral videos and pictures of the groom and bride setting a trend with their bold and glamorous attires. Social media platforms get flooded with pictures of glittery outfits and extravagant wedding venues. But what makes the center stage is the wedding ensemble that the bride and groom wear on their memorable day.
Though the love for the red lehengas or sarees is never missed from a wedding- you can see either the bride, or the bridesmaid, or the mother of the groom, or sisters, or just a wedding attendee in a red outfit. But since the times are changing, the brides are opting out of the red-coloured traditional attires, and are coming up with their love for wedding lehengas in pastel-hued shades. This is how we came across the bride, Shubhangi Ladiwala, who switched from the regular colours and enhanced her D-Day look in the shades of peach.
The breathtaking and gorgeous bride, Shubhangi Ladiwala looked radiant in her wedding ensemble. She donned a peach-coloured lehenga richly embroidered with floral motifs and embellishments.
She had paired her look with a hem-bordered blouse with heavy motif spray work and a double dupatta in peach organza with zari finishing. Shubhangi pinned one fully embellished dupatta with her blouse and wore another dupatta featuring light embroidery on her head.
The gorgeous bride, Shubhangi completed her look with a choker neckpiece with green drops, matching earrings, a Rajasthani maang teeka, and a naath. The kundan choker necklace set had chaandbaalis drops giving a regal look to the bride. Along with it, Shubhangi wore another two-tiered neckpiece and haathphool designed with crystals and pearls making her her look like a Rajput princess.
Shubhangi’s soft and subtle makeup with high-defined eyebrows, bold and glittery eye shadow and nude lipstick completed her look. Her classic middle-parted hair with the bun attached with blossoms made the back of her head look like a garland of white roses.
Every ensemble donned by each bride and groom at their wedding ceremony becomes the perfect choice to match their personalities. The fashion stylist, Shubhangi Ladiwala's wedding with her soulmate, Siddharth Jain, a textile businessman’s wedding was no less than a dream.
On the other hand, her groom had opted for a white-coloured royal sherwani, which complemented his bride’s ensemble. He had styled it with a turban and brooch, making the unconventional shade and tone of their wedding costume redefined with grandeur, grace, and elegance.
The bride's peach lehenga definitely made her stand out. What do you think? Let us know.