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A wedding is the happiest yet the most emotional time in a girl's life. The wedding day is the start of a new journey in a girl's life. She not only happily accepts the title of 'Mrs', but she also agrees to create her own world full of love with the love of her life. From feeling butterflies in her stomach to sleepless nights, being a bride is not at all easy. On top of it, the hope of looking the best on your big day surpasses all other emotions. And all these high on emotion journey can turn any sane bride into a bridezilla. (Recommend Read: This Bride Wore Anushka Sharma's Red Saree From Delhi Reception For Her Wedding But With A Twist)
In short, what we are trying to say is that we understand a bride's thought of turning her big day into the most memorable one. And thanks to the wedding trends, now, brides are wearing what their heart desire. And while we have seen a number of brides donning shades of 'reds and pinks', for the first time, we spotted a bride who picked a unique colour on her big day from every bride's favourite designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. Scroll down as we take you further!
Meet our bride of the week, Noor Kapoor, an Indian settled in Chicago who tied the knot with the love of her life, Alex Susma in a traditional Indian ceremony. However, it is her wedding lehenga that has become a rage on social media and brides-to-be are loving the unique colour of it. But before that let us show you what she wore for her pre-wedding festivities. (Also Read: This Curvy Bride Donned A Pretty Pastel Pink Lehenga With Double Dupatta, Giving Us Styling Lessons)
Noor had the cutest bachelorette party with her girlies. She had donned a pretty white bodycon dress. She had completed her look with pin-straight hair, subtle makeup and rosy cheeks. We love the backdrop of her fun bash. Take a look at it below:
For her intimate mehendi ceremony, the bride picked a green coloured kurta with beige trousers that perfectly fitted the occasion. She kept her look simple for the night. But we loved how her father dedicated a special Punjabi song for his princess, who is all set to become a queen.
For the sangeet ceremony, the bride picked a white lehenga with floral silver and pink embroidery. She accessorised her look with a minimal maang teeka and a neckpiece. She finished off her look with smokey eyes, pink-toned blush on and a low bun. On the other hand, the groom complemented her in a pink sherwani.
For the wedding day, 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 kept her makeup subtle with rosy cheeks and nude pink lips. On the other hand, the groom looked dashing in a beige sherwani with a tea-green stole and a turban. (Don't Miss: This Bride Opts For White Bridal Chooda With Sabyasachi Bridal Lehenga, Proves White Is The New Red)
Well, we love how the bride experimented with a beautiful tea-green lehenga!
Remember those fancy dress competitions in school when the very thought of decking up as a bride would give us happy-jitters? We would wear our mom’s old chunni as a veil on our heads and make gestures in front of the mirror. Or when our BFF would come over and playRead More