Indian Wedding and Festivities!

 

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Indian weddings are so exciting and full of interesting ceremonies, specially if it’s in the family. It is nonstop fun for straight 3-4 days of events, where families of bride and groom do not rest/sleep as they are busy attending guests and making sure the preps are all good. My older brother recently got married in India, his wife is Indian-american girl from Houston. Her whole family and extended family flew from Houston to India to attend this grand affair of 3-4 days.

I admit, it was outstanding! We had an amazing team of Videographers from Mumbai, who are known for their incredible work in wedding filming called Seventy by two-wedding stories. I can’t wait to share their amazing work with you all.

Until then, I have some of my wedding outfit pictures to share with you. I am sharing four of my traditional and non traditional looks. Let me know how you like it and feel free to shoot me as many questions as you may have.

Enjoy! 

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Experimental looks: I had never worn a silk saree earlier but, experimented wearing it on the Mehendi (Henna ceremony)/my birthday party and got lots of compliments. These sarees are ageless, ever graceful and always in fashion. I would highly recommend all you girls to at least have one of these in your closet. 

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Going Indo-Western: I wore an Indo-Western one shoulder dress/gown on cocktail/sangeet ceremony. This beautiful one shoulder dress is made in georgette with silk threads embroidery and swarovski crystals by designer Geetika Singhal. 

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Mr. Groom with his sister enjoying the moment

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Gorgeous Mother-daughter duo!

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Beautiful bride with her Mother-in-law

How to reuse your wedding lehenga (skirt)?: Most of our wedding outfits are kept in the closet and we never wear them again after our wedding. I re-wore my wedding lehenga on my brother’s wedding day by adding a new touch to it. I got a new wide neck blouse/top designed, and draped the lehenga in a very different way to make it look brand new.

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Last look of the day, I kept it simple and classy:  It is this beautiful plain chiffon saree with a gorgeous backless embroided blouse and to compliment it, I wore an elegant embroided belt on the reception ceremony. It definitely looked classy as it was appreciated by friends, family and guests.

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All the outfits are designed by our very talented designer Anjani by Geetika Singhal.  

 

 

 

 

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