Shalaka turned into a beautiful Marathi bride as she decked up for her wedding. Shalaka and Chinmay had a stunning Maharashtrian wedding on 24 December, 2021. This gorgeous couple had an arranged marriage, however, due to the pandemic restrictions, they could meet for over 7 months. Chinmay was settled in Seattle, USA while Shalaka was in Mumbai. They bonded over calls and messages for all these months until they finally met.

After their first meeting, it was an instant click for them and Shalaka tells us “The moment I saw him, I knew I found the man of my dreams”. Isn’t that just too cute?

The couple had a beautiful wedding in Thane and have shared some stunning pictures from their Maharashtrian wedding. We cannot stop staring at how gorgeous Shalaka looked as a Marathi bride!

Check Out These Beautiful Pictures Of How Stunning This Marathi Bride Looked At Her Wedding:

A Classic Haldi Yellow Saree For This Stunning Maharashtrian Bride

Shalaka dolled up in a stunning pale yellow silk saree for the pre-wedding rituals. We love her minimalistic makeup and her off-beat choice of blouse that she styled with her saree. Shalaka styled her look with a simple messy braid with fresh flowers and shell embellishments.

Chinmay decided to color coordinate with his stunning bride-to-be. He wore a simple silk kurta in yellow and embellished it with a pearl neckpiece. Chinmay wore a fur cap which is known as a Kolhapuri Topi and is considered very auspicious in the Marathi tradition.

Here’s all you need to know about Marathi wedding rituals & celebrations.

Traditional Maharashtrian Bridal Look

Nothing beats the gorgeous traditional bridal look, isn’t it? We are bowled over the beautiful Maharashtrian bridal look. Shalaka wore a pink and yellow Paithani silk saree which is a traditional Maharashtrian specialty. And she added a stunning velvet ‘shalu’ (shawl) to her ensemble and looked no less than a diva! And the Mundavalya (pearl strings) across their foreheads have our heart!

Save these gorgeous Marathi couple portraits for your wedding photography inspiration!

A Touch Of Modernness To This Maharashtrian Bride

Taking a break from the traditional outfits, Shalaka picked a gorgeous peach color gown for her sangeet and engagement! She truly looked like royalty and carried the gown beautifully. And to complement her fabulous gown, Chinmay opted for a stunning black tuxedo suit and looked dapper!

This couple danced their hearts out and thoroughly had a gala time at their sangeet and these pictures are proof!

This Maharashtrian Bride’s Wedding Look Is Mesmerizing!

For the wedding ceremony, Shalaka and Chinmya went all traditional! Shalaka wore a 9-yards Nav-Vari Peshwai Paithani and looked absolutely stunning. With authentic Maharashtrian nath and jewellery, she gave us bridal goals to look up to. Whereas, Chinmay too wore a traditional dhoti and kurta.

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And for the varmala ceremony, the couple changed their outfits. This Maharashtrian bride wore a stunning cherry pink lehenga and styled it beautifully with off-beat jewellery. her groom complement her look as he wore a classic ivory sherwani and paired it with a matching safa and cherry pink stole that was heavily embellished.

This Maharashtrian Bride’s Wedding Looks Are Worth Checking Out! This Maharashtrian Bride’s Wedding Looks Are Worth Checking Out! This Maharashtrian Bride’s Wedding Looks Are Worth Checking Out!

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Shaadiwish congratulates this beautiful couple and wishes them a lifetime of happiness!

Vendor’s Credit:

Event Decorator – Awaj Decorators

Photography – The Memory Basket

Mehendi Artists – Charmi Gala

Makeup Artist – Amruta Makeup Studio & Academy

Hair Stylist – Sanika Dhormale

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