By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
A wedding is a very special day in everyone's life. It marks the new phase in a girl's life, where she turns Mrs from Miss. And on this special day, every bride wants to look the best of the best so that those picture-perfect moments become eternal in her life. Over the years, brides have been choosing different colour palettes, unique jewellery pieces, trendy makeup hacks to make their D-day even more spectacular.
However, the traditional laal shaadi ka joda always holds a special place in every bride's heart. And in the meantime, we stumbled upon a bride, who had looked absolutely mesmerising in the red bridal couture that she had chosen from the shelves of Manish Malhotra. When we picture famous bridal fashion designers, Manish Malhotra is one of the names that pops in our heads because of his extravagant thread work, sequinned embroidery and out of the box patterns, along with amazing craftsmanship.
The bride, Srishti Suneja, had opted for Manish Malhotra designed red traditional lehenga choli for her big day. She had worn intricately embroidered choli with golden threads, beads and crystals along with five different layer-patterned embroidered lehenga with golden beads, zari and sequins. The heavily embellished lehenga had an A-line structure that had given more edge to Srishti's look. There were fringes added to the hem of the choli's sleeves which had made it look even more gorgeous.
The then bride-to-be had styled her look with a Manish Malhotra veil pinned on her head, making it look like a royal affair. Srishti had paired her lehenga choli with a red sheer tulle dupatta that had a broad embroidery work at the hemline with golden threads, giving more definition to her look.
Srishti had opted for a regal jewellery set. She had worn a broad diamond and emerald stone studded polki jadau neckpiece along with matching big danglers, a matha patti, and a floral motif patterned nath. She had accentuated her look with red chooda, kada and unique kaleeras in the pattern of jhumkas, along with latkans with the initials of her and her then groom-to-be, Raghav's names.
For makeup, Srishti had opted for a minimalistic look with bold eyes and nude lips. She had accentuated her whole get up with high-defined brows, brown smokey eyes with soft wings, thick eyelashes, contoured cheekbones, a small red bindi, and nude brown lip shade. She had pulled up her hair in a messy bun, adorned it with white floral carnations and had kept a few strands curled up over her face.
Her groom, Raghav, had looked dapper in a pastel pink-coloured sherwani and had completed his look with coordinated juttis, and emerald studded neckpiece. Every picture had brought the energy and love they possess for each other, making it just perfect.
We are absolutely gushing over this bride's couture and unique kaleeras. What about you?