By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
Weddings are one of the most cherished moments in a person's life as they take their vows and enter into their marital lives. For brides and grooms, the main focus at their wedding is on their commitment and love for each other. However, it also includes other elements like decor, bridal trousseau, venue, and much more. However, the soon-to-be-married couple tries their best to make everything perfect on their big day!
Respecting each other's cultures and traditions, the soon-to-be-married couple opts for the traditional wedding ensembles at their wedding. The bride of the week, Arshdeep Dhillon had tied the knot with the man of her dreams in an anand karaj ceremony in a gurudwara. The bride had opted for Rimple and Harpreet's couture for her big day and had mesmerised us with her amazing look!
The bride, Arshdeep had worn a peach-coloured lehenga from the shelves of the designer, Rimple and Harpreet. She had teamed it with a full-sleeved choli, featuring intricately designed embroidery work done all over it. Her flared lehenga had heavily stitched embellishments and patterns and motifs embroidered using green, red and white resham, zari and sequins.
Arshdeep had paired the wedding outfit with dual dupattas with patch motifs embroidered on its hemline and buti work all over them. While one dupatta was pinned to her shoulder and had coordinated with her lehenga choli, the other one was pinned to her head and had added colour to her outfit. The bride had opted for a copper-coloured glittery eye shadow with brownish eyes, thick lashes, defined brows, blushed cheeks and nude lips.
This newly-wedded bride had worn oversized statement jewellery to accentuate her look on her big day. She had worn a choker along with a heavy neckpiece adorned with red, white, green and sky-blue coloured stones. Apart from it, she had accessorised her look with jhumkas, maatha-patti, haath phool, chooda, kaleeras and a nath. Arshdeep had looked no less than a royal bride!
Her groom, Prabhjot had complemented her in a colour-coordinated outfit. He had worn a cream-coloured bandhgala sherwani suit, which featured embroidery in silver thread. He had completed his look with a pagdi, an embroidered doshala and a multi-tier pearl neckpiece.
For her engagement party, the bride, Arshdeep Dhillon had looked gorgeous in a mustard yellow-coloured lehenga designed by Rimple and Harpreet. The choli had scalloped neckline and intricate embroidery all over it with golden zari and beads in floral patterns. On the other hand, her lehenga had embroidery work in blue and green floral motifs all over it, and its hemline had gotta-patti work on it. Arshdeep had completed her look with an aqua-coloured dupatta with buti work and golden fringes embedded on its hem. It had stunning detailing on the border.
The bride had accentuated her look with her gorgeous jewellery set. Arshdeep had worn emerald and golden stone-studded neckpiece, jhumkas, haath phool, and an oversized sheesh-patti. She had completed her look with soft wavy curls, which were adorned with white flowers.
Arshdeep had opted for a subtle but glam look for her engagement. She had worn brown shimmery eyeshadow and had opted for a gentle winged eyeliner with a kohl-rimmed waterline. She had completed her whole look with filled-in brows, blushed cheeks and a nude brown-coloured lip shade.
While we were stunned by the bride's gorgeous look, on the other hand, her groom, Prabhjot had also set his best foot forward. He had looked dapper in a blue-coloured velvet coat adorned with golden buttons. He had paired it with a cream-coloured trousers and brown leather shoes.
Arshdeep and Prabhjot's wedding was indeed a grand affair, and it gave their guests a memory of a lifetime! Check out some of the love-filled pictures, beautifully captured by the talented team of Sunny Dhiman Photography!
The Sikh bride was absolutely a sight to behold at her wedding. Her oversized statement jewellery had made her look no less than a royal bride. Did you like this bride's look at her wedding? Let us know!