By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Marriages in India are one of the most important milestones. It unites not only the two souls but also two families, who become one. Hence, the celebrations also need to be grand, maybe that's why a wedding is considered a festival in India. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic ruined all the fun of big fat weddings as the guest lists have gone short with close family members attending the event.
However, one thing that has not yet changed is the brides' and grooms' zeal of finding the perfect wedding ensemble. From pretty red lehengas to donning minimalistic white lehengas, brides love experimenting. And our bride of the week is no different, and it is her hairstyle that won our hearts.
Meet our bride of the week, Harsohena Jaggi, who had tied the knot with the love of her life, Jeewandeep Singh Bhullar, in an Anand Karaj ceremony. She had donned a gorgeous rose pink lehenga from designer, Anamika Khanna. Her ensemble comprises of a princess-cut choli with a lehenga skirt and double dupatta.
The bride had kept her look minimal with a choker neckpiece, matching earrings, a polki nath, and a sheesh patti. Her subtle dewy makeup with soft eyeshadow had completed her look. However, the highlight of her look was her hairstyle. The bride had ditched the regular buns and had left her hair open. Her wavy tresses had accentuated her look.
On the other hand, her groom had picked a grey-coloured sherwani, which had complemented his bride's ensemble. He had styled it with a matching turban, doshala and a necklace. Their every moment was beautifully captured by the team of Dot Dusk photographers.
For her mehendi, the bride had picked a beautiful purple-hued kaftan from Rimple and Harpreet. Her outfit had beautiful embroidery on the yoke. The bride had kept her look subtle with her hair tied in a tight bun. Nude makeup with perfectly lined eyes and statement earrings had completed her look.
We loved the bride's gorgeous pink lehenga and her open hairstyle. What about you?
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