Bharti, unlike many brides-to-be from the industry and in general, didn’t hide her excitement from her fans. Instead, the laughter queen kept us updated with every progress made and too us to dress and jewelry shopping. To have the ocean of her fans present in the happiest moments of her life, she was constantly sharing Instagram stories that we were waiting for.
For the Bangle ceremony, the glowing bride-to-be dressed in a floor-length Anarkali in the prettiest hue of red. The ensemble was elaborately adorned with golden zardousi work all over. The sleeve of the blouse has a more intricate pattern than the rest of the attire. To match the ethnic mood, Bharti picked a couple of temple jewelry from Anmol Jewelers.
For Mata ki Chowki, Neeta Lulla gave our bride a gown embellished with sequin work and chimes. Again to go with the more traditional element of the occasion, and as it was a Pooja, Bharti teamed her peach color gown with the red dupatta. A heavy neckpiece in gold with matching earrings that fell to her shoulder accessorized the look. Her hand was bundled up with the red and green bangles presented by her friends he previous evening.
To have fun at the pool with her guests at the resort at goa, the comedian threw on a floral frock in pretty girlish shades. The pink high-low number certainly blooms on her body for this look.
For Mehendi Ceremony, she opted for a green dress with short cap sleeves. She had maintained from the very beginning that she dreamed of applying Mehendi till up till her arms, and requested her designer to make her a dress accordingly. The green color of her outfit matched the greenery of Mehendi perfectly. Don’t miss to see that detailed mirror work throughout her dress. These were real mirrors as Bharti was not very excited to have aluminum foils as put on the dress in place of mirror. Going by the norms, for her mehndi, friends adorned the bride to be with jewelry made out of flowers. The pattern of her mehndi was very unique, fond of the Rajasthan culture, she got her palms painted with elephants, brides, groom, and other ethos of the Rajputana culture.
Then came haldi and Neeta Lulla handed her another pretty dress that goes very well with the theme. The chiffon dress was extravagantly flowy and light. On an interview she said she wanted to have the turmeric mask smeared all over her face, neck and even shoulder. Keeping her desire in mind, Neeta made her a very feminine off-shoulder number that not only complemented her complexion but wisely had fine thread or embroidery evaded so the haldi paste doesn’t get stuck on it.
For chuda ceremony, it was again a bright mustard anarkali with rich gota patti work. The red dupatta was the befitting bridal contrast. The accessories were kept on a low as a bunch of never-ending kalirein were the show stoppers today.
The cocktail party saw Bharti is a coral evening gown. It’s evident that designer Neeta Lulla poured her heart out on this creation. It beautiful complements Bharti’s body type. As it was known that Bharti had a fondness for peacock, the floor length evening gown features huge peacock pattered sewed in with minute beads of the same color. Ro accessorize the look, Bharti picked a rich diamond earring and necklace set.
Bharti had greatly contributed her ideas for the wedding attire. She took a break from the colors and combinations making the rounds and settles for a pink lehenga and blue choli. She had a plethora of bridal faces printed digitally on the hem of her lehenga while sequins sewed in shehnai pattern adorned the rest of the attire.
A midnight blue gown with stars speckled all over it is what made for the new bride’s final pick for the reception dinner. As she glimmered amidst all the shine of her glowing dress, accessorized with heavy diamond jewelry, we looked on gasping at the beauty that is Bharti.
Now tell us which of Bharti’s many looks did you like the most? If you were to pick one of these numbers for your own D-Day, what would that be?
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