Harman and Gursimran’s Punjabi wedding in Jalandhar is one to take tons of inspiration from. The couple met each other about 11 years ago and their first meeting was not at all a lovey-dovey one. Gursimran actually ignored her when Harman wished him ‘Happy Birthday’ and with that their story began. They started talking on FB and gradually developed feelings for each other. Most of their relationship was long distance since they lived in different states, but they went through school, college, and jobs talking to each other everyday and dreaming about the day they would get married.
Those 10 years they helped one another grow and reach their goals. They are quite similar, contrary to what Harman had thought before. They shared the dream of having a traditional punjabi wedding at their ancestral homes in Punjab.
Know All About The Big Fat Punjabi Wedding In Jalandhar With Pin-Worthy Bridal Dresses:
1. Moroccan Mehendi Ceremony
For the mehndi function, Harman came up with the Moroccan theme about 4-5 months prior to the wedding. She also wanted something sleeveless and flowy so it can be pulled up and away during the application of mehendi. She wore a pretty lavender jumpsuit and during the mehendi party changed into a short mustard lehenga. The floral kadas were our favorite from the look.
How about these lovely lavender lehengas for brides.
2. Rajasthani Themed Jaggo Ceremony
Harman wanted to have a Rajasthani themed Jago ceremony as she has a thing for royal Rajasthani looks and elephants. Her outfit was a mix of traditional Punjabi phulkari and a Rajasthani inspired lehenga to really give that banjaran look. The dori blouse back was the real show stealer and she totally made heads turn.
In case you are wondering how to include phulkari embroidery in wedding dresses.
3. Blingy Outfit For The Haldi Ceremony
The haldi decor filled with marigold flowers was just too pretty and you cannot take your eyes from it.
Save these gorgeous haldi decor ideas for weddings.
She went with the traditional yellow color but wanted to stand out so in order to do that she made sure everyone else wore a shade of green instead of yellow. She wore a short, skinny strap top with a very heavily real mirror embellished gharara.
Look no further than these yellow haldi dresses that we adore.
4. The Traditional Chooda Ceremony
For the chooda ceremony, Harman wore her mother’s rani pink reception suit which was gifted to her mother by her father. Isn’t that just great? The setup for the traditional ceremony included floor seating with cushions for all the family members around her.
Seek ideas from these brides to flaunt your bridal chooda in pictures.
5. The Big Fat Punjabi Wedding In Jalandhar
The wedding lehenga was designed by the bride herself with the help and efforts of Pakistani designer Ali Xeeshan. The lehenga took 8 months to make and it was everything she had dreamt about. She knew from the start that she wanted to go with a shade of red and Ali Xeeshan’s team helped her find this perfect shade of beetroot red.
In case you are looking for maroon wedding lehengas for your big day.
The lehenga was a long jacket style with a slit in the middle and a velvet lehenga underneath with the border embellished in golden work. Don’t miss out on her gold jewellery and the clutch that she carried with it.
How about these bridal lehengas with kurtis for a trending bridal look.
We love how her bridesmaids wore pink dresses and coordinated for her big day.
Her bridal entry will surely give you all the chills and it is just dreamy.
The Anand Karaj is always a beautiful one and this one was totally worth all the attention.
The couple compliments each other and here is proof of it.
6. The Magical Reception Ceremony
For the reception, she envisioned herself walking in looking like a queen with her king. She wore a heavily embellished gown with a detachable train. The dress weighed 20 kgs. But it shined like diamonds and made her look like a queen.
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Saving each of her looks to make sure our wedding wardrobe is as pretty as her. Harman aced her Punjabi bridal look and we are totally inspired by her.
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Vendor Details –
Image – Sunny Dhiman Photography
Outfits – Saffron Designs, Nadar Designs and Ali Xeeshan