"I want to look like the prettiest version of myself at my wedding," said every bride ever. And why shouldn’t they!? After all, it’s their special day and they have every right to look like a princess. It takes days, sometimes months for a bride-to-be to find her dream outfits for all her wedding functions. Every bride has her own unique style and we’re currently crushing over bride Smiti Mittal's OOTDs.
Smiti Mittal recently got married to beau Nilesh Khatwani in Jaipur and had the dreamiest wedding ever. She looked nothing less than a vision not only on her wedding day but on all the pre-wedding functions as well. From the black outfit at her mehendi, to the gorgeous green haldi attire, her bridal looks have left us swooning.
The couple also organised a sufi night and Nizami Bandhu set the mood for the evening with their qawwalis. The bride wore a black Sabyasachi off-shoulder outfit and we're applauding her for her offbeat choice! A layered haar, bright red lips and a bunch of red roses in her hair made her look ethereal. Meanwhile, Nilesh complemented his bride in a black bandhgala. One of our faves, MUA Jasmeet Kapany worked magic on all of Smiti's looks!
After the beautiful sufi night, there came the mehendi party. As colourful as the event was, Smiti looked breathtaking in a yellow Anushree Reddylehenga that was paired with a floral cape. What stood out for us was the statement maathapatti. In-keeping with the theme, the groom wore a white kurta pajama with a yellow jacket.
Unlike many brides, Smiti chose to wear a bright blue lehenga by Anita Dongre & we cannot stop looking at her. As for the jewellery, she wore a kundan and pearl choker with matching earrings, a maangtikka and haathphools. Such a stunner!
For her haldi ceremony, Smiti chose a mehendi-coloured crop top and a skirt with a golden dupatta. The simple yet elegant outfit by Punit Balana made her look beautiful. Not to forget the stunning white floral jewellery by Prune that perfectly matched the occasion.
For the D-day, Smiti decided to ditch the traditional red and opted for a cream Sabyasachi lehenga with light pink embroidery all over it. Her pink chura and the stunning choker went beautifully with her attire and she looked nothing less than a dream.