By Pratishtha Ghosh Last Updated:
Every bride dreams to look the best at her wedding and some pre-planned images are set in her mind as to how her wedding couture should look like. Therefore, if she gets somebody like the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, then she can't help but beam with joy for fulfilling her dream wedding outfit. When a girl gets married, the sadness of leaving behind her parents stays somewhere at the back of her mind.
However, that does not stop her from zeroing in on the best outfit for her wedding. Not just the outfit, but the makeup, jewellery, food and her bridal entry, everything has to be top-notch. Recently, we stumbled upon a bride, whose wedding couture screamed class about her choice. Therefore, all the would-be brides out there, get ready to take notes as we decode to you the wedding ensemble of this real bride!
Meet a real Sabyasachi bride, Tulsi Ladhani, who had looked like a princess straight out of a fairy tale on her wedding day. For her D-Day at The Queens House, Tulsi had chosen the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, to design her wedding couture. For the wedding, the bride had worn a velvet maroon lehenga with intricate floral embroidery and had paired it with a half-sleeved blouse of the same fabric. The choli was full of embroidery and had flowers embellished over it with pink threads. Therefore, the combination of maroon and pink had made Tulsi look like a fairy.
However, the way she had carried her dupatta was worth taking notes from! The bride had pinned a red netted dupatta with silver zari work and a broad embroidered border over her head. On the other hand, she had attached a maroon velvet dupatta over her shoulder and had added uniqueness to her look. To complement her look, Tulsi had worn a heavy choker set with green onyx beads and matching earrings and a nath. Along with that, she had added a maang teeka at the parting of her hair. The then-bride-to-be had exuded the vibes of a newly-married girl with her chooda.
For her wedding, the bride had preferred to keep her makeup look minimal with a brown lip shade and kohl-rimmed, smoky eyes. Besides her ethereal wedding outfit, makeup and jewellery, it was Tulsi's entry towards the mandap that is worth winning hearts. The bride had carried her father's photo frame, whom she had lost just a few months ahead of her wedding. However, that had not stopped her from walking down the aisle. She had walked with tremendous grace with her father's photo frame in her hand, which had a garland over it.
While a wedding is all about happiness, grief remains a major portion for someone, who has lost her close one. However, it depends on how we handle it. Real Sabyasachi bride, Tulsi won our hearts with her special bridal entry, outfit and her double dupatta. Did you like her wedding ensemble? Let us know!
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