By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
Gone are the days when a bride made a shy appearance at her wedding while her groom entered with a grand baraat. Now the dynamics have completely changed. Very often, we come across brides who sit at the mandap and wait for the groom and follow typical wedding notions. These days, the brides are not only choosing exclusive attire but also out-of-the-box bridal entry ideas.
From her wedding attires to the theme of her wedding events, our brides are obsessed with the specifications. Moreover, the bridal entry is as much important for the bride. Well, our bride of the week, Nishi Shah, is giving major inspiration to the brides-to-be with her stunning royal bridal entry.
Meet our bride of the week, Nishi Shah, who tied the knot with the man of her dreams, Mahaek Modi, in Lonavala, Mumbai, with 'Banaras Ghat' as the theme of the wedding. The spectacular bride had opted for a maroon lehenga with a double dupatta. In addition, she had opted for a red net dupatta with mirror work on her head and a matching net dupatta with embroidered borders.
Before commencing her new journey, our bride, Nishi Shah, made sure to have a blast at her wedding with an exclusive bridal entry. However, our bride did leave everyone at the venue flabbergasted with her royal bridal entry. Going back to the royal era and walking down the aisle like a queen, our bride, Nishi, made her entry magical. The picturesque Benaras Ghat illuminated with dazzling fireworks, and most of all, the bride in red left everyone mesmerised.
Nishi accessorised her wedding look with a broad choker, a maang teeka, a simple nath, matching earrings, chooda and a long neckpiece. Moreover, she had opted for a nude makeup look with smokey eyes and a floral bun, and looked perfect as she made her appearance at the wedding.
On the other hand, her groom had opted for a cream sherwani with golden embroidery and paired it with a matching stole, a pastel-green colour turban, and a green emerald neckpiece. Moreover, the groom also made a dashing entry at the venue on a yacht with lit fireworks. He also had a customised DJ truck, CO2 blasters, and flaunted his moves with his gang. Undoubtedly, his entry was unmissable.
The couple had their royal wedding at Aamby Valley, Lonavala right in the middle of a lake, with a picturesque Benaras Ghat theme. The wedding theme and attires were regal, and the decor was a splendid sight. The elegant venue was filled with lights as the Rajasthani dancers escorted our Maharaja and Maharani to the mandap. It was indeed a regal affair.
The sangeet ceremony had its own modern grandeur. The golden decor and the colossal stage added glamour to the event. Moreover, the bride and groom's performance was the icing on the cake, and even the relatives could not stop themselves from grooving to the music.
The bride opted for a lavender frilled skirt paired with a matching blouse with ruffles and a matching net dupatta for the sangeet. She accessorised her look with a silver choker and matching earrings. She kept her makeup minimal with open tresses. Our groom, Mahek, complemented his bride in a purple coloured sherwani and had looked dashing.
However, at the mehendi ceremony, Nishi donned a green lehenga with floral embroidery blouse and a matching dupatta. With minimal makeup, she accentuated her look with a choker and matching jhumkas. On the other hand, the groom opted for a white sherwani paired with Nehru jacket with floral prints. Their mehendi was indeed a bohemian romance.
With marigolds and yellow decor, the haldi theme was to die for. Not to mention, our bride and groom had looked perfect together. While Nishi donned a pastel green skirt with a simple yet elegant blouse with blue, pink and red shades, the groom had dressed in a yellow kurta and white pyjama. Moreover, the bride opted for floral jewellery and a simple braid decorated with flowers.
Our bride, Nishi Shah aced her wedding with spectacular decor, royal wedding attire, and most importantly, her queen-like entry. Moreover, the photos were awe-inspiring.