By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
No Indian wedding is ever completed without the involvement of the entire family. From chacha-chachi to mama-mami, every member of the family has a dream, which they want to fulfil in their niece and nephews' shaadi. After all, an Indian wedding is all about the big family get-together and it needs to be the perfect one. However, to plan it, there are a lot of people involved, no matter whether the 'couple of the hour' likes it or not. But thank god, when it comes to a wedding outfit, not many people are involved. Over the years we have seen a lot of brides, and it is their wedding outfits that always surprise us.
From walking the traditional lane and opting for the bright red dulhan ka joda to donning a minimalistic lehenga, brides love experimenting with different colours and styles. We have seen brides ditching the lehenga and opting for sarees and what not. And they all are unique in their own beautiful way. Meet our bride of the week, who ditched being the jhatank bride and chose to be a minimalistic one.
Say hello to our bride of the week, Aniza Parveen, who had chosen everyone's favourite designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's ensemble for her wedding reception. The gorgeous bride had raised the fashion standards high for every bride by opting for a pistachio-green lehenga. Her ensemble had featured a half-sleeve choli with a lehenga skirt.
It is said that accessories are the most important part, which can make or break a bride's look. However, Aniza has wisely chosen her jewellery and it had added more grace to her ensemble. She had donned a choker Sabyaschi neckpiece with simple earrings and a minimalist maang teeka. On the other hand, her groom was looking handsome in a royal blue tuxedo.
This is not the first time, we had spotted a minimalistic bride. Remember the Sabysachi Mukherjee's bride, Noor Kapoor, an Indian settled in Chicago who had tied the knot with the love of her life, Alex Susma in a traditional Indian ceremony. Well, it was her wedding lehenga that had become a rage on social media and brides-to-be were loving the unique colour of it.
The bride had picked a tea-green lehenga from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. The unique lehenga had featured a princess-cut blouse with elaborate goldwork throughout the skirt and a sheer jaal-work dupatta. She had donned a gorgeous diamond choker neckpiece with big red stone, and a matha patti. She had kept her makeup subtle with rosy cheeks and nude pink lips. On the other hand, the groom had looked dashing in a beige sherwani with a tea-green stole and a turban.
Well, we loved our bride's minimalistic pick! What about you?