By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Brides in India are known for their unique choice of ensembles and jewellery, giving them a sense of royalty in their own way. Every year, as the wedding season begins, we get to see an array of brides setting simple yet elegant trends for the young ladies gearing up to get married. However, no matter how many trends may come and go, the touch of the red in the ensembles, jewellery, and everything else will always be seen in Indian marriages. The 'red' carries elegance in itself, and if Hindu rituals are to be believed, it has a great value in married life.
Thus, we stumbled upon a bride who opted for one such unique piece of red-hued ensemble and carried it on her D-Day in a unique way. The bride, Sanjana Gothi's lehenga featured stone-embellishments all over it in unique patterns resembling the heritage architecture, floral designs and many more. The lehenga is from the label, Falguni Shane Peacock's collection.
Sanjana teamed her look with a matching choli that featured a plunging, princess-cut neckline, sheer tulle full sleeves and tiny bead drops near the hemline. In addition, the bride styled her look with dual dupattas. One with a matching border and pearl drops near the hemline, tightly tucked on her shoulder, while the other one, which featured a sleek border and buti works all over it, was placed on her head as a veil.
Coming to the bride's makeup, she opted for subtle touches by Shradha Luthra and let her outfit and jewellery shine. Her subtle makeup included nude glossy lipstick, soft blushes on her cheeks, pink glittery eyeshadow and thin strokes of eyeliner. Furthermore, she completed her look with a neatly combed, middle-parted bun adorned with red roses.
Finally, coming to the best part of Sanjana's D-Day look was her uniquely designed jewellery. For the uninitiated, Sanjana's husband, Vibhor Dhadda, is heir to a major diamond manufacturing company named VIBHOR. It is a US manufacturer of Core Diamond Essentials that specialises in producing Private Label die-struck rings and diamond jewellery for quality-conscious independent retail jewellery stores. Thus, she opted for some of the finest diamond jewellery from her husband's brand, VIBHOR, that showcased sculpting roses.
Sanjana's D-Day jewellery included a broad necklace that featured layers of patterns assembled together. Along with this, she opted for a pair of uniquely patterned earrings, a sleek maang teeka, and broad bangles featuring the same designs. Indeed, the bride's choice of jewellery was simply out of the box.
On the other hand, Sanjana's groom opted for a cream-hued bandhgala set that included a layered suit. He paired it with a matching doshala, a cream-coloured turban and matching pants. Altogether, the couple looked picture-perfect while exchanging their vows.
We are simply obsessed with the bride's exceptional choice of ensemble and jewellery. What about you? Let us know!