Beautiful & Enchanting Nikah Ceremony With Bride In A Red Saree!

Bride Fajar will take your breath away! We posted her pictures on our Instagram and all of you just loved her. Her pictures have been posted on almost every wedding page and for all the right reasons. Her simple, sophisticated, and feminine bridal look is to die for. Just like her beautiful name, her bridal beauty will awe you. And we are sure you’d be pinning most of the pictures we upload on this blog.  

Sarees have become a top choice for brides, now that intimate weddings have become the new normal. And we think they are just perfect for your big day. The traditional touch and elegant essence of a saree are unmatchable. If you do want to don it on your big day, there’s no better inspiration to look for than this bride.

Fajar wore a maroonish red saree for her Nikkah ceremony embellished with golden dots and a medium-sized border. She left her pallu loose to flaunt the intricate work on its lower part. To further beautify her look, she had an over the head dupatta, which she wore like a veil whilst walking down the aisle. As for her jewellery, she went full OTT with her necklace set that consisted of a bridal choker along with raani haar. Adding to it was a gold maang tikka, chunky earrings, and mini kaleeras. (Jewellery by @tesoro.pk)

To further bedeck her mehndi laden hands, she put on a pair of gold hathphool and a fab bangle set. The makeup artist, @mehnoorzahidofficial, gave her a perfect glowy makeup look with flushed cheeks and a red lip. Photographer Rfsana Studios captured every bit of her ceremony flawlessly. From bridal details, single portraits, close up shots, and emotional vidaai moments - they amazingly photographed all candid moments. And isn’t that just all you want in your photographer? 

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Stylist: @mehar_saad 

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