By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
What an amazing feeling it is when you know that your much-awaited wedding is nearby. The mixed emotions, the excitement, the nervousness, everything just adds up when you realize that you are going to enter the most amazing phase of your life. The moment a bride-to-be thinks about the new phase, she starts getting goosebumps. From that moment, the bride-to-be starts planning her outfit, jewellery, and every tiny detail of her wedding.
Gold and Indian bridal jewellery are almost synonymous with each other. Be it any part of our country, almost every bride wants to don beautiful gold jewellery on her wedding day. However, there are also a few, who wish to be different and break the gold monopoly by wearing something else on their big day! And, the bride, Keerat Kaur had set the trend by opting for the perfect oxidised silver jewellery for her wedding.
The bride, Keerat Kaur, who is also a psychiatrist, had looked absolutely gorgeous and had charmed everybody with her stunning lehenga from Marwar Couture. She had donned a heavily embroidered lehenga with golden and silver resham in floral motifs all over it. The lehenga had a broad zari border with red, green, yellow, and royal blue coloured patterns.
Keerat had paired her lehenga with a high collared, full-sleeved blouse. The royal blue-coloured blouse had floral work embroidered with silver thread, crystal, and pearl embellishments. The overall look of the bride was completed with a grey-coloured dupatta adorned with patchwork at the border with floral embroidery at its borderline.
What had caught our attention was the then bride's heavy silver oxidised jewellery. Keerat had chosen a pair of heavy statement earrings with a blue stone adorned at the center, along with other intricate designs of peacocks and a jhumka drop in silver. Her jewellery had also included a silver ring adorned with two greenstones, and the broad maang teeka designed in floral patterns and minute silver drops. She had also worn a set of red and golden chooda along with kaleraas.
The gorgeous bride had completed her look with winged liner, kohled eyes with brownish smokey eye shadow, blushed cheeks, nude lipstick, and a small bindi. Keerat had tied her hair in a soft bun which had perfectly matched her high collared blouse. She had also adorned her bun with a floral accessory.
On the other hand, her then-groom-to-be, now-husband, Kunwar Sahib Singh had dressed up as a stylish and traditional Sikh prince. He had worn a royal blue turban, a cream-coloured bandhgala embroidered with buti patterns, and had paired it with same-coloured pyjama.
Did you like the bride, Keerat Kaur’s choice of silver jewellery on her wedding day? Let us know.