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We live in a world where everyone makes sure that a girl from a young age learns that one day she will have to leave her parental home and get married. The idea of getting married is beautifully wrapped in colourful wedding invites, lehenga galore, and everything nice. And that's the start of every girl's dream of getting married. They happily make a big list of all the things they want on their wedding day.
Sadly, the pandemic has ruined many brides' dream of a big fat wedding. But it didn't stop them from creating trends with their intimate weddings. And our bride of the week is no different as she opted for a unique white lehenga for her big day.
Meet our bride of the week, Shagun Nagi, who is the founder and creative head of her fashion label. She had tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Abhiraj Raveshia, at St Regis, Mumbai. Her wedding was beautifully planned by Iskra events. However, the highlight of her wedding was her dreamy outfit. White is considered a controversial colour in Indian weddings. But the bride not only busted the myth surrounding it but also created a trend with her style game.
The bride had opted for a pristine white Anita Dongre lehenga with pretty floral embroidery all over it. Her look was accessorised with a choker emerald neckpiece, a long neck chain, a matching pair of earrings, a nath and a maang teeka. However, it was her Fuschia pink chooda and doli kaleeras that had added a pop of colour to her ensemble.
The bride's makeup artist, Shradha Luthra, had turned her into a minimalistic princess with dewy sheen makeup, perfectly lined eyes and mauve lips. Another highlight of her look was her floral bun. Her makeup artist added more charm to her hairstyle with Gypsos, pearls & lilac blooms.
For cocktail-cum-youngsters bash, the bride had picked designer, Amit Aggarwal's metallic pink-hued lehenga. The outfit had comprised of a statement blouse with a matching lehenga skirt and a dupatta. She had kept her look subtle with a choker neckpiece and a pair of earrings. Her makeup artist, Ritika Bhatia had dolled her up with tonnes of highlighter and metallic pink eyeshadow.
We love the bride's unique choice of lehenga for her wedding day, and her Fuschia pink chooda added more charm to her look!
From an early age, girls grow up listening to 'tum toh apne ghar chali jaaogi shaadi karke', 'her ladki ko ek din shaadi karke jaana hota hai', and whatnot! While it prepares a woman to leave her parents home, there are days when it breaks her heart. But, all and all,Read More