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Maharashtrian bride wore a bright yellow silk saree to her wedding


Marriage comes with a lot of responsibilities and duties, as well as gala events. At a wedding, you have to make a few decisions, from the choice of venue, the food menu, the guest list, decorators, designers, makeup artists, etc. But how much fun would it be if you only shared the joy with a bunch of people you love with your partner? A wedding is one of the most special days in life, and a couple wants it to be their own fairytale.

Indian weddings give all kinds of adrenaline rush, as well as extravagance in ceremonies. We often even call it a “big fat marriage”. Brides dress in stunning outfits in bright colors, heavy makeup, gorgeous venues and more, but the bride, Avani Awasthee, had chosen minimalist things and wanted to be with her close-knit family and friends. She had ditched lehengas and heavy ensembles and opted for a simple yellow silk saree for her wedding day on the beach. Let’s meet our bride!

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The bride and groom

The bride and groom

A bride at her wedding feels all the emotions, at the same time, happiness, joy, nervousness, anxiety, sadness, love and many more things. But, love always finds a way to dominate everything on its journey. Our wife this week, Avani Awasthee, had tied the nuptial knot with the man of her dreams, her best friend, Advait Parchure. In the words of the bride, “Advait has been my constant. I was afraid of losing my best friend in the midst of the chaos, but he is still my best friend even now that we are married!”

During the pandemic, they had decided to get engaged, and this year they planned their destination wedding in Alibaug by the beach. The bride had a Marathi wedding and had looked stunning in a bright yellow saree that she had chosen for her wedding day. And she looked happy!

Mehendi

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They had four wedding ceremonies and not in the usual way! The bride and groom started their first day with Mehendi. She looked absolutely stunning in a hot pink colored off shoulder dress with double texture. There was a shiny sequin top as the top half and a flowy satin bottom giving a lehenga vibe, but it was actually a dress. She completed the look with pink eye shadow, kohl eyes, nude pink lips and a sleek choker.

Young married man

The groom, Advait, had also worn a simple rose kurta to complete his wife’s sewing. They had a pink hue theme for Mehendi, and everyone had donned a shade of pink, giving a cheerful vibe.

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Vidhi

Vidhi

Their pink theme also continued during the Vidhi ceremony. The bride had draped a beautiful rose and gold zari fringed saree, which she had paired with a golden brocade blouse and veil. She completed the look with a gold jewelry set that included a choker, long chain, green mirror-based bracelets, kadas, borla, and a pair of ear studs. During the puja, she had carried the studded stone Mundavalya.

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The groom looked equally dapper in a baby pink color sherwani combination. He completed the look with a hot pink doshala, a white and pink color topi, a statement necklace, and of course, the Mundavalya.

Mangalashtak (The Marriage)

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According to the bride’s sister’s Instagram post, they only had a 30-minute gap between Vidhi and Mangalashtak, and yet they could leave their room to the wedding venue with all the glamor! The wedding didn’t have a particular color as a theme but everyone came up with shimmering colors.

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The bride had opted for a golden yellow silk saree that she had paired with a brown velvet blouse. Avani completed her look with a gorgeous, beaded tassel choker jhumkas, a pretty nath, and Mundavalya. While the groom, Advait, had donned a yellow kurta together and paired it with a white and gold jumpsuit doshala, yellow topi, and Mundavalya. In a Marathi marriage, Mundavalya is a must!

Married

The couple looked so emotional that their energy, smiles, laughter and love illuminated the place a thousand times more than any light could.

Sangeet

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Unlike any other wedding, they had planned their sangeet at the end after the wedding days. All the cousins, friends had aligned with their performances, but what caught our attention was the smiles of the bride and groom. The bride had draped an aqua blue sequined saree and paired it with a matching sleeveless blouse, elegant diamond choker, smoky eyes, nude lips, beach curls.

Young married man

While the groom looked absolutely handsome in a tuxedo suit that he paired with a gray tie instead of a bow to coordinate with his beautiful wife!

Young married man

We wish this couple a happy life and want these two to stay goofy and in love forever!

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