“We had themes for every function. Mehendi was predominated by Anarkalis and Passa since it was a Mughal theme. We had professional Mujra performances also on Mehendi night. The engagement was blue Indian and western formals. For Haldi, the theme was yellow. The theme for the Wedding was pastels and the reception was glam.
I just wanted to be as different as possible. So, I wore a self-designed coffee-colored Anarkali for my Satsang. And went for Lavender coordinated Lucknowi outfits with Akshaan for my bangles ceremony. For Mehendi, I converted my mother and mother-in-law wedding clothes into an Anarkali. ” – says the bride.
“For Mehendi, I bought a Tribal lehenga from Hampi, Karnataka on a solo trip in 2016. And my Mehendi design on the right-hand side depicted Ludhiana and the left arm had elements from Delhi, with Akshaan and mine’s portrait. It had our wedding date, the first time we met, how and where we met.”- says the bride.