THE DAY. THE BIG DAY. It all comes down to this. This is the day where the wedding ceremony is held and wedding vows are exchanged. The wedding ceremony is called Phera which signifies the binding of two souls together as they go around the sacred fire while the Pandit chants mantras. The bride is generally dressed in a traditional lehenga while the groom wears a Sherwani with traditional accessories completing his look.
Once you’re at the big event, you should look amazing, feel at ease and your only concern should be having a good time.
“Dressing up is about celebrating. Seize the moment. It’s what differentiates the cork-popping moments from the daily routine of our lives.”
I always loved the popping cork on a bottle of champagne. In this instant, the loud “snap” seems to signal a crazy burst of exhilaration, conjuring all kinds of thrills, the biggest smile, hanging out with your favorite people. It’s an occasion where everyone gets together, drifting away from all the fussing daily routines. The day starts on a positive note.
I decided to wear a Sherwani which I had bought from Manyavar. I wore a dupatta on my outfit which completed my attire. I always look for something that elicits a “wow” factor. I wore the same Juti I wore for the sangeet which made the whole outlook stand out in unique way.
Life appears more appealing in pictures, so get the camera out.
The Wedding Reception is the last of all occasions. Receptions are common all around the world, but for the difference in attires. I was determined to wear a tailored fit charcoal grey tuxedo.
This outfit completely stole my heart and was alluring for me.
I wanted an absolute clean and flawless face, which only highlighted my own features, so I decided to add some moisturizer and a little foundation on it.
That was it for make up. It just put together my dream look for me.