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For everyone, their wedding is one of the most important days of their life as it marks the beginning of a new chapter. However, the road to being someone's 'missus' is not at all easy but with the right outfit you can definitely make it a memorable one. After all, a girl dreams of her wedding since the day when she had first seen a bride and had asked her mom, 'Why do girls have to leave their home?" Since then, we have been making a list of how we will say goodbye to our parents and start a new journey as someone's wife. From keeping a fixed deposit for our dream lehenga to selecting the best location, we want every teeny-tiny detail of our wedding to be perfect. (Recommend Read: This Sikh Bride Wore Beige-Coloured Sharara On Her Wedding, Also Wore A Green Sabyasachi Lehenga)
In India, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's designer collection is the one that every girl dreams of owning in their closet once. He is every Indian bride's dream designer as his every design is made straight from the heart. He has gained a lot of popularity around the world by following a simple design philosophy i.e. 'Personalised imperfection of human hands'. He knows how to beautifully take forward the rich heritage of our culture and he adds it into his unique ensemble. Recently, we spotted a bride, who flaunted Sabyasachi's gorgeous collection with an oomph.
Meet our bride of the week, Sonali Bajwa, who is a certified makeup artist and tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Gurmukh Bajwa. For the wedding, our lovely dulhaniya had opted for a pink Sabyasachi lehenga which included an embroidered choli and double dupatta. Her look was accentuated with a jaal-embroidered dupatta on her head.
The gorgeous bride had completed her look with a choker necklace, a long necklace, a maathapatti, a nath and matching earrings. However, it was her unique maroon-coloured chooda that added more elegance to her look. (Also Read: This Bride And Her Groom Wore Matching Blush Pink Ensembles For Their Wedding Day)
On the other hand, the groom had picked a cream-coloured sherwani with golden jaal-embroidery all over it. His look was accentuated with a string of pearl necklace and pink-turban. (Don't Miss: This Bride Flaunts White Mehendi On Her Wedding, Unique Boho Henna Design With Studs Is Showstopper)
Well, this bride definitely won our heart by choosing a pink lehenga with a unique maroon-coloured chooda! What about you?