By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Over the years, we have seen many brides dazzling in their favourite designer ensembles for their wedding festivities. And the fashion industry also constantly comes up with the best suitable bridal collection for every bride. There is no doubt that every woman makes the prettiest brides in their unique fashion style. Starting from their makeup, hairstyle, outfits, and jewellery, they never lose a chance to steal the spot.
Coming to the bridal colours, we see brides today choosing many colours other than the traditional red colour, for their wedding day. Talking about one of the most joyful weddings in India i.e. a Sikh-Punjabi wedding, also known as Anand Karaj ceremony, takes place in the daytime, inside a Gurudwara. Here, the brides are many times spotted donning a sharara, instead of a traditional lehenga-choli. We stumbled upon a bride who had opted for a uniquely designed rani pink-coloured sharara and had looked stunning.
The bride of the week, Dr Shaina Verma Saroya, had worn an exquisitely embroidered classic rani pink-coloured sharara set from Xarii by Aman Takyar. Her sharara set had featured intricate dori embroidery adorned with zardozi, gotta patti and aari designs and this ensemble had made her look super gorgeous on her D-Day.
Shaina's wedding outfit comprised of peplum cut rani pink-coloured kurta, heavily embellished sharara and dupatta. She had pinned her dupatta on her head and had looked like a traditional Sikh-Punjabi bride. Her dupatta was adorned with scalloped embroidery at the hemline and was embroidered with golden threads, all over it.
The bride had accessorised her wedding outfit with heavy traditional jewellery and a rani pink-coloured batua bag. Her traditional jewellery had included a golden lacquer neckpiece, matching earrings, a uniquely styled choker adorned with multicoloured gems, a sleek nath, a pink meenakari maang teeka paired with matching jhoomar, and chooda enhanced with three-tier kaleeras.
The gorgeous bride, Shaina, had matched her exquisitely embroidered sharara set and heavy jewellery with minimal eyes and a dewy base. Her makeup had also included a nude lip shade, thin eyeliner strokes, and highlighted pink cheeks. She had opted for a middle-parted hairdo with a neat bun and had looked picture perfect.
Shaina's groom, Dr Arnav Saroya, had worn a cream-hued sherwani and had completed his look with a cream-coloured doshala and pink turban that had matched with bride's sharara. Together, the pretty bride and the handsome groom had looked absolutely mind-blowing.
We are super obsessed with Dr Shaina Verma Saroya's choice of sharara paired with a unique collection of jewellery and simple yet elegant makeup. What about you? Let us know.