By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
A wedding is an auspicious occasion, and it gives people memories to cherish in their lives forever. In every religion, marriage holds great significance and its value is the same even if the customs and rituals are different. The brides-to-be and grooms-to-be partake in all the rituals wholeheartedly before starting their happily-ever-after journey. However, when the bride and groom belong to different religions, they don't let religion become an issue and instead get married as per both religions.
In Bollywood, we've seen celebrity couples like Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh and Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas, who had got married twice, respecting each other's religion. Now, it has become a trend to tie the knot twice. The bride of the week, Angela Gaikwad, had tied the knot with the love of her life, Harry Harman, as per Maharashtrian and Sikh wedding rituals.
Meet the bride, Angela Gaikwad, who aced her Maharashtrian bride look at her traditional wedding. Starting with her bridal outfit to her makeup and hair, everything she had picked was unique and had matched her outfit perfectly. The gorgeous bride had donned a beautiful green nauvari saree for her traditional wedding. Her saree had featured a golden border with zari work. The bride had teamed it with a rani pink-coloured blouse and had accentuated her look with a mustard-hued Benarasi dupatta.
The bride had styled her look with a gold choker neckpiece, a long neck chain, a matching pair of earrings, and a Peshwai nath. Subtle makeup with nude lips, perfectly lined eyes and a bindi had completed her look. She had tied her hair in a middle-parted bun and had adorned it with real flowers. On the other hand, her groom had looked like a king in a white-coloured ethnic ensemble and a green-coloured turban. He had accessorised his look with a gold neckpiece.
For her Anand Karaj ceremony, Angela had looked mesmerising in an orange-coloured lehenga from the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her lehenga had silver threadwork in circular patterns all over it. She had paired it with a matching blouse with a plunging neckline. She had styled her look with an aqua blue-coloured dupatta with zari work on its borders. She had accessorised her look with a layered neckpiece, a stone-studded choker with green drops, matching earrings, a heavy maang teeka, and a nath. Angela's minimalistic mehendi and makeup had surely made her one of the most gorgeous brides ever!
The gorgeous bride had completed her look with a bun, which was decorated with small white flowers. She had aced her look with minimal makeup which had included smokey eyes with big lashes, lipstick in a nude shade, and contoured cheeks. On the other hand, her groom, Harry, had complemented his bride in a traditional outfit. He had looked dapper in an orange-coloured sherwani, a matching turban, and a royal motihaar had further enhanced his look.
The bride and the groom had looked super adorable and their candid moments were beautifully captured by the team of Chase Wild Photos. Check them out below:
We love the bride's gorgeous Sabyasachi lehenga, but it was her Marathi bride look that left us stunned! Which one is your favourite look?