Hola ladies! Winter wedding season is almost here, and we are sure you are full of excitement about all the rituals, just the way we are! And while running errands during weddings is fun and exhausting, what excites the most of us are the outfits. Isn’t it? From the glamorous gown you would wanna wear on Engagement to a gorgeous sharara set for Mehndi and of course the breathtaking lehenga for D-Day, we get it the struggle of scouting for every outfit might be exasperating. And so, we are here with a brand known for its woven heritage, Plumtin, your one stop solution for all your wedding outfit troubles!
For all the bridesmaids and to-be-brides, we curated a shoot at Hyatt Regency, Gurugram with Plumtin and got together outfits for three wedding functions. Kudos to our makeup artist Ankkit Veer Malik and jewellery partner, Nirakara Jewels, for helping both models achieve the glam look! All the three looks were beautifully captured by CandidShutters. And believe us, after having a look at their work, you would wanna buy all your wedding dresses from Plumtin. Without more wait, let’s take you through all the looks now!
This is probably your only wedding function when you would wish to wear something indo-western, or maybe a glorious gown. While the bride stunned us in her embellished ivory gown, her bridesmaid adorned a blush pink heavy suit. Both of them etched their looks with subtle makeup and light jewellery.
No doubts that mehndi day is supposed to be fun and colourful. Perhaps, we see most of the brides dolled up in bright colours. Here too, we saw our bride dressed up in embellished red anarkali with bold red lips, and the bridesmaid in a lime green garara set.
And finally comes the wedding day look! Pastel colours have been everyone’s favourite this year, and our bride also wore a gorgeous and heavy blush coloured lehenga! Just the kind all the to-be-brides wish to own. She paired her look with a stunning green jewellery set by Nirakara Jewels, and it absolutely left us gasping! The bridesmaid, on the other hand, wore a dashing yellow lehenga! And they both looked nothing less than a dream!