By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
We all have been dreaming about our big day, since the age of six. And while we may say that we don't care about weddings and all, secretly we have jotted down a list of what we want and what we don't want in our bridal ensembles. From roka to shaadi, we have sorted all our dream attires, and we hope to turn our dream list into reality.
However, many brides-to-be keep on searching for their dream dress in every nook and corner of their city. We spotted a Ludhiana bride, who decided to wear all her dream designers on her big day as well as pre-wedding functions. Take your pens out as we decode her look from sangeet to shaadi!
Meet Ludhiana based entrepreneur, Tanvi Kalra, who is a wedding designer and founder of Tanvi and Co. She made every head turn with her truly grand wedding in every way. But it is her bridal trousseau that took our attention and we envied her a little as she donned every top designer on her wedding festivities. From Sabyasachi Mukherjee to Tarun Tahiliani, she flaunted their collection with an ace.
For the engagement party, Tanvi wore a glistening golden lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee that had heavy embroidery on it.. She accessorised her look with statement polki neckpiece with matching earrings. She finished off her look with dramatic smokey eyes, bright red lipstick and kept her hair open.
Tanvi made every jaw drop at her mehendi ceremony. She opted for designer, Anita Dongre's electric yellow lehenga which included a flared skirt with a matching strappy blouse. The outfit complemented her 'bride-to-be' glow. And she added a pop of blue colour with floral jewellery. Her look was completed with braided hair, soft eyes, and pink-toned makeup. (Also Read: This Bride's Killer Dance Moves On 'Teri Aakhya Ka Yo Kajal' With Her Bridesmaids Goes Viral)
Then came the dhol night and as usual Tanvi left us in awe of her beauty when she donned a black ensemble from an ace couturier, Tarun Tahiliani. Her outfit included a black lehenga skirt with a sleeveless choli and feathered net dupatta. She accentuated her look with red choker neckpiece, matching earrings and maang teeka. She kept her eyes dramatic and the rest of the makeup subtle.
For the big day, Tanvi ditched the traditional red lehenga and opted for Sabyasachi's blush pink ensemble. The outfit magnified her bridal glow and her contrasting jewellery added all the necessary charm to her look. But it was her pink tasseled kaleeras that completed her look.
We love how Tanvi chose to follow her heart and wore her dream designers for her big day as well as pre-wedding festivities!