Pretty Kolkata Wedding With A Colorful Vibe!
BY Latha Sunadh | 08 May, 2017 | 268 views | 3 min read
We loved Shruti;s pretty in pink Mehendi lehenga and how she layered her jadau jewellery on her traditional lehenga. Each piece seemed to fit in beautifully with her personality and style. Photographers, Camera Waale Baraati captured the wholesomeness and the sweetness that came with this wedding while, JW Marriott, Kolkata played host to all the shenanigans.
Meet Shruti & Adarsh
"The first day Adarsh and I met a a café in Kolkata (arranged by relatives). He was talkative but chivalrous. He knew how to break the ice and kept going on and on over his stories, most were very interesting. Although things seemed nice, I had my thoughts about settling down. Later, Adarsh and I started texting, calling and Skyping, until i finally flew down to Paris to meet him. Paris was the most beautiful thing that happened to us. Spending time together gave us a picture of how our life could be, if we decide to live together, forever. I didn't know if I was ready, but all I knew was that I felt comfortable with him, I was happy with him, I was smiling with him and the best part, I could be myself with him. I returned from Paris, only to realise I wanted to be with him again. And that's when I said Yes," explains Shruti.
The Mehendi & Wedding
From The Bride:
"The only thing that matters is enjoying your own wedding and being present in the moment. Everything else can be taken care of. My Sister and Father were the biggest support. From deciding the venue to decor to theme, everything was decided by them. I always wanted to do an e-invite for my wedding instead of a paper one which I got customized according to my choice. For my pre-wedding function, I chose a pink mint lehenga from Mishru. The decor for the day function was floral and rustic. A lot of credit goes to Abhijit Chanda, my makeup artist, for making me look exactly how I imagined. I stuck to the "Royal Red" colour for my wedding lehenga. Trishla Kothari did my dream outfit which was complemented with traditional jadau jewellery. My pretty little nieces walked down the aisle with me for my happily ever after," explains Shruti.