When a fashion designer paves her way into the bridehood what else can we expect then some rocking style statements from her wedding trousseau! Staying true to her passion for fashion, when Canada-based Mani Jassal decided to get engaged to her longtime beau Harkomal Bahia, she opted for the most voguish bridal lehenga we have laid our eyes on in the recent times. The lehenga oozes novelty and looks nothing like your usual bridal lehengas. Right from the colour combination to the silhouette to the jaw-dropping blouse—every inch of Mani's engagement lehenga raves uniqueness. And guess what, the lehenga is her own creation and hails from her label's latest collection.
Without making you wait any further, let's treat your eyes with the gorgeousness they deserve to see today!
The engagement was an outdoor day function for which the bride carefully picked the most subtle hue of peach. She wore a silk Lucknowi lehenga featuring the most interesting panel details. A colour combination of peach and soft pink coloured pleated panels clearly set this flowy lehenga apart from the rest. The blouse was another cynosure of this ensemble - it was bold and glamorous. It boasted of stylish balloon sleeves and also had attached drapes at the back of the blouse that looked like a hassle-free way to add a dupatta. We're cheering harder for how the bride styles her glimmering yet subtle outfit. She wore a set of light green and golden jewels and rounded off her look with nude makeup and a hair bun.
We're not done yet, guys! The lyrics of the song “So into you” were embroidered by hand on the dupatta gifted by the groom's parents to the bride during the Chunni Ceremony. lt also had the date of their proposal, along with the couple's names. Aren't they the sweetest additions to have in one's bridal outfit?
The easy-breezy kept her at comfort as she danced the night away, revelling the embarkment of her new journey!