By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
At a wedding, we see the bride and groom decked up in their best attires and pose for happy pictures as they start a new chapter in their lives. However, not everyone is aware of the fact that both the bride-to-be and groom-to-be are on their toes to make their wedding a grand affair. They have tasks like selecting all the outfits, making the vendor appointments, designing the invites, deciding themes and decor for all functions, planning their wedding entries, and much more on their plates. Most importantly, deciding the best ensembles is the most important task for the wedding.
Millennial brides are no longer sticking to the age-old tradition when it comes to selecting their bridal outfits for their special day. Neither they're opting for heavily embellished lehengas nor they're falling for traditional red bridal lehengas. And same is the case with the bride, Aditi Shah, who opted for a floral-printed Sabyasachi lehenga on her D-Day. So, go for this kind of design if you prefer a sombre outfit to the over-embellished ones.
The bride, Aditi Shah got married to the love of her life, Aman Kirpalani, in an intimate wedding ceremony. She had amped up her wedding look in a gorgeous floral-printed Sabyasachi lehenga which had made her look breathtaking. She had paired her look with a matching semi-sleeved blouse with a plunging neckline. The outfit had featured gota-patti work on the waistline and the hemline of the lehenga.
Aditi had draped two net dupattas with her outfit. While one dupatta was draped on her shoulder, she had kept the other one over her head. She had completed her look with stone-studded jewellery which had included a maang teeka, earrings, and a choker neckpiece. The bride had looked extremely elegant as she had donned golden and red coloured bangles in her hands. Also, her minimal jewellery had added an oomph factor to her overall look.
Aditi's Sabyasachi floral lehenga had looked outstanding in the daylight and had accentuated the bride’s overall look. Moreover, the white background with the blush, sea green and red blooming designs reflected the bride's love for the floral patterns. Most of all, unlike other brides, she had chosen a lighter colour over a dark shade, which had added a surprising element to her look.
Aditi's hairstylist had tied her hair in a bun and had adorned it with beautiful white flowers. Her makeup artist, Anil C, had given her eyes soft peachy touch with thin eyeliner and had given her a glam look with pink lips. In contrast, the groom, Aman Kirpalani, had complemented her as he had donned a subtle cream kurta paired with white pyjama along with a maroon pagdi. Moreover, what had grabbed eyeballs at their wedding was the groom's grand entry at the wedding venue. The groom had arrived in a vintage car and he was beaming with joy as he danced whole-heartedly.
We hope that the brides-to-be have taken notes for elegant ensembles for their upcoming wedding functions!