By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Gone are the days when there were rules on what one should wear on her 'big day'. Now, brides-to-be have taken control of their 'shaadi ka joda' and opting for their dream dress for the wedding day. From wearing a Sabyasachi ensemble to opting for different colours from the rainbow palette, there are no rules! (Recommend Read: This Bride Wore A Dazzling Sabyasachi Orange Lehenga On Her Wedding With Contrasting Jewellery)
So, next time when you visit a store for your 'shaadi shopping' and someone tells you that the outfit won't look good on you as you are the bride, simply smile and buy that piece! The reason why we are emphasising on choosing your dream ensemble is that we spotted a curvy bride, who wore a beautiful pastel pink ensemble with double dupatta. Scroll down to know more!
Meet this bride from Jalandhar, Harman Thind, who got married to the love of her life, Rajas Patel in an Anand Karaj ceremony. We are totally gushing over their love story as it was an inter-religion marriage. (Also Read: This NRI Bride Wore A Sabyasachi Lehenga With No Embroidery On It, Proved Minimal Is The New Trend)
For her big day, Harman opted for a pastel pink lehenga that comprised of a choli with silver embroidery all over it and a matching high-waist lehenga skirt. The bride accentuated her look with two dupattas, one in pink and the other one in a contrasting mint blue. Her look was completed with a choker neckpiece, a nath, a maang teeka and a passa.
On the other hand, Harman's groom, Rajas donned a traditional cream-coloured sherwani with boti work all over it. He accessorised his look with a pink stole and a turban.
Anand Karaj ceremony is the wedding ceremony that is held in front of Guru Granth Sahib. The bride and groom sit next to each other, facing the Guru Granth Sahib ji and the ardaas is offered to 'Waheguru'. (Don't Miss: This Jaipur Bride Wore A Pretty Pink Manish Malhotra Lehenga With A Red Bandhani Dupatta)
Well, we love this bride's pretty lehenga and the way she styled it!