Filmy Fridays – What else but Shahid ki Shadi
We totally understand if you wish to smash your laptop/ipad/mobile screen reading this right now. We, at ET HQ empathize. If you’re a young woman in your twenties, chances are you most likely had a major crush on Shahid Kapoor. Shahid ki shaadi has totally knocked everyone’s socks off. The cutie-but-hottie, eligible bachelor is off ladies! He’s a married man now. Do you girls know they met at a satsang! I mean whaaaat? Blah I should just get more spiritual. Hmmph. And then of course, when we have such an amazing shaadi happening in the neighbourhood, what’s stopping us on a Filmy Friday?
Once we got over our H-U-G-E disappointment, we could finally wipe away tears and focus on the beautiful ethnic wedding of Shahid (sob). And now, we can’t really stop ooh-ing and aah-ing over those perfect-o details.
The best thing about this wedding was the fact that it was so simple. Nothing OTT, nothing screaming like ‘look-i-am-marrying-a-star’ kinds. It was so elegant that it just feels perfect.
The first function was the Mehendi for the bride. We totally love the decoration for the mehendi. Pinwheels and bells, in bright fuschia and yellow. Pinwheels just make you think of childhood, innocence, spring and over all give a very happy vibe. Love the way it was incorporated into the decor.
The sangeet outfits were simple too. Nothing so heavy that the bride would fall off while dancing. It was a yellow and peach gota patti lehenga designed by Anita Dongre. She just looks as pretty as a peach!
The wedding was an Anand Karaj ceremony, where apparently the bride wore an anarkali, but the picutres are not available. For the lunch party, post the ceremony, she wore this resplendent pink lehenga, designed by Anamika Khanna. Blush baby pink is my favourite color, and personally, I feel like marrying again just to wear this lehenga (sorry hubby but obviously to you again!) Mommies and aunties please take notice, how amazing it looks to wear a simple statement piece of jewellery like her Navratna haar. Doesn’t this
Mira Rajput’s minimal make up and stylish ethnic lehenga has us floored. Random Side note: After the gurudwara ceremony, it rained cats and dogs in Gurgaon (that’s where it was located). Like poured and poured. How many of you think those were all the tears of Indian girls that were falling there???
For her reception at Gurgaon, she again wore a gorgeous, graceful gown designed by Anamika Khanna. Once again, she looked beautiful Just a perfect example of how the young Indian girl wants to look at her own wedding. Sigh!!!!! We have to admit that girl is an EthnicThread poster girl.
And finally, again, to walk all over your broken heart, here’s a wedding selfie posted by none other than Mr. Kapoor himself.
Sigh…..#shahidkishaadi just #killedindiangirlsdreams
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