Being the OG wedding trendspotters that we are (nevermind, that's some self-acclamation), we love acquainting you all with the freshest ideas and inspiration. Yet again, we are back with something you have never seen before. This time it is a mesmerizing bridal entry under the most unusual phoolon ki chadar. Trust me when I say that it is the chicest, voguish and unique phoolon ki chaadar you will ever lay your eyes on!
While we were not even done swooning over the creative trend of umbrella phoolon ki chaadars, real bride Gopika further gave it a twist and made us go gaga. As soon as we spotted this absolutely smiting bridal entry under an equally breathtaking phoolon ki chadar, we took no further to quickly compile it into a blog and fill your feeds with the latest inspiration.
If you are wondering what's so unique about this one, well Gopika's wedding entry featured a freaking 14-inches long which was not etched to her outfit but to the umbrella under which she walked the aisle. The bride's twin brother held the umbrella phoolon ki chaadar for her, the bridesmaids held the veil aloft, and it looked so surreal! Check out the beauteous photographs captured by Beginnings For You to witness the utter gorgeousness!
Real bride Gopika's exceptionally unique bridal entry
The Front Look!
Dressed in an exquisite onion pink lehenga, Gopika made for one breathtakingly beautiful bride. Upping her bridal entry was the satin umbrella adorned with fresh orchids held by her twin brother.
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The view behind the Bride
A long peachy net veil uplifted by her bridesmaids followed the bride's dreamy entry.
Bridal entry, you know, is the moment of a lifetime. It is the moment when you walk towards your blissful forever and everyone ogles at you with gleaming eyes. How you turn into an extra special moment is totally your choice. You can walk the aisle with your parents or dance all the way or choose an exceptionally beautiful phoolon ki chaadar—there are umpteen ways to amp your bridal entry. So do make a little extra effort, and make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime moment.