By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
It is said that marriages are made in heaven, and are fulfilled on Earth with a wedding. Thus every couple wants to make their wedding a perfect one, leaving no stones unturned. The pictures from the wedding ceremonies of the duo scream their story for ages and are treasured as the most lovable memory. And for a woman, marriage is the biggest milestone in her life as for them it is the beginning of a new life, a new place, and with new people. So every bride-to-be makes sure that every moment becomes a fairytale for her.
The journey of finding the prettiest wedding outfit is one of the toughest jobs for any girl. And from the last few years, we have witnessed a shift in the couple's choice of colours for their bridal ensembles. The brides are ditching the traditional red lehengas and are opting for a pastel shade for their wedding attires. And our bride of the week had opted for a pastel pink lehenga from Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s bridal collection.
The bride of the week, Ayushi Patel had looked gorgeous in a pastel pink-coloured dulhan ka joda from the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. The choli had intricate embroidery at the borders with golden zari, adorned with motis in floral patterns, whereas the lehenga had broad embroidery work in floral motifs all over it.
Ayushi had paired her lehenga choli with a double dupatta. One of her dupatta, embellished with buti work and adorned with a golden zari border was pinned on her shoulder. On the other hand, she had pinned a mesh patterned veil with intricate detailing of golden threads, on her head.
The bride had completed her look with a gorgeous jewellery set. She had worn a jadau polki choker embedded with emerald and bead drops, a long stone and crystal neckpiece, matching jhumkas, and a crystal maang teeka. She had paired her jewellery with a bunch of pastel-shaded bangles and a haath phool designed with emerald and crystals.
Ayushi had opted for a soft yet glam look. With subtle foundation, pink shimmery eyeshadow, thin strokes of eyeliner, and nude pink lipstick she had looked like a classy bride. She had completed her whole look with a neat bun adorned with carnations and white roses.
The gorgeous bride, Ayushi had looked absolutely mesmerising while posing with her then groom-to-be. The groom had donned a pastel pink matching sherwani with his bride, and the couple had looked just perfect!
We loved this Sabyasachi bride's stunning lehenga and her choice of jewellery. What about you? Let us know.
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