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Weddings in India are all about naach-gaana, dhol-dhamaka with lots of shosha. After all, it is the most important day for the entire f family, especially it holds a special significance for the bride as she turns from 'Miss to Mrs'. From roka ensemble to shaadi ka lehenga, everything needs to be perfect for her wedding ceremonies. And thanks to the evolving wedding fashion, now brides can wear what they like. (Recommend Read: These Two Brides Broke The Age-Old Wedding Ritual By Tying Mangalsutra On Their Husbands' Neck)
Gone are the days when brides used to follow trends as nowadays they create their own trends and flaunt them on their big day. Weddings are now an opportunity to experiment with their fashion desires and to play dress-up. Recently, we spotted a bride, who ditched the usual dulhan ka lehenga for a pretty anarkali. Scroll down and take notes!
Meet bride of the day, Kanika Vij, who tied the knot with Simran Bakshi at Chattarpur Farms in Delhi. Her pictures are trending on the internet as she donned every bride's 'dream designer', Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection for her D-day. Kanika opted for a rose gold anarkali with matching net dupatta. She completed her look with statement maang teeka and earrings. Her red choodha added the needed glow to her ensemble. (Also Read: This Bride's Killer Dance Moves On 'Teri Aakhya Ka Yo Kajal' With Her Bridesmaids Goes Viral)
Her groom, Simran complemented her well as he opted for a cream sherwani with a rose gold stole, pocket square and turban. Check out the gorgeous picture of the dulha-dulhan below:
So, dear 2019 brides, hope you are noting down all the ways you can flaunt your hearts' deepest desires as this wedding season, there are no rules. (Don't Miss: Brides Who Got Their Love Story Uniquely Stitched On Wedding Lehenga)
We love how this bride flaunted her rose gold anarkali at her wedding!! What about you?
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