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Real Brides Ask...
#1 What should I wear on my mehndi?
On your mehndi, you can wear a dhoti with a short cape, a front short back long dress, a lehenga which is calf length or a crop top and a skirt so that you can ditch the dupatta.
Asked by Pooja Sharma
#2 What can I gift my bridesmaids as return gifts?
You can gift your bridesmaids—a beauty or a food hamper, a spa day; and you can also enjoy a spa session with your girlies, a gift card from any of the fashion brands which fits in your budget.
Asked by Shreya Patel
#3 Suggest a few floral and gota patti vendors in Delhi?
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Asked by Ambica Chadha
#4 It’s my sister’s wedding. Can I wear my own wedding lehenga?
So, rather than going for your entire bridal lehenga, you can an element of it. Like you can have a new blouse and a dupatta to it or else have a new lehenga to it. Try not to wear the whole outfit, you don't want to steal the bride's limelight.
Asked by Srishti Yagya Rai
#5 I’ll be wearing a layered gold necklace for my wedding. How should I select the lehenga?
For your bridal lehenga, We think, with the gold jewellery every colour will look amazing. You can probably go for a navy blue, a brick red or a peach coloured lehenga and make sure that the blouse is little deep neck so that your jewellery is flaunting.
Asked by Namrata Alinkeel
#6 How to pick a colour combination for my decor?
For choosing the colour for your decor, make sure that your outfits compliment with the decor and not camouflage with it. For example, if you’re wearing a maroon lehenga, make sure your backdrop doesn’t have roses or any element of reds in it because you’re going to camouflage with it. Which has a possibility of destroying your photographs!
Asked by Ritika Karnani