#FirstPerson: "I Had A Unique Bride & Groom Entry Planned For My Dreamy Mehendi"
BY Sakshi | 13 Jun, 2017 | 1293 views | 2 min read
Loads of colour, a pretty location and fun oozing out of the photos- when we spotted this destination Mehendi in pretty and picturesque Corbett, we got super excited! It has so many cool ideas for inspiration, and looks so vibrant and happy! Parinita and Aakash's Mehendi in the lap of nature was gorgeous, and the pretty ideas by The Wedding Planning Company and photography by Candid Tales Photography really impressed us!
Bride Parinita tells us what was special about her Mehendi!
The unique entry: smoke bombs
An entry like this one is bound to make an impact- how happy does it look?
Parinita says, "Smoke bombs were the single most important part of our entry, if we were to pick one. Stretching our imagination to the maximum extent possible, we came up with the idea of entering on an E-rickshaw whilst holding the smoke bombs. The entire scene was amplified with the presence of few punjabi dholwala's around and one of our friends driving the rickshaw. Further, we made sure our friends were ready to light up their smoke bombs as soon as we were to finish with ours to give it continuity."
So instead of matching their outfits to each other, they picked one each of the contrasting colour theme- the bride in yellow and the groom in pink! Plus, how gorgeous and different are the outfits? Parinita tell us her lehenga is from ANK by Amrit Kaur & Aakash's outfit is from Gargee Designers .
Pink and yellow is a pretty common theme when it comes to Mehendi functions, but they chose more like shades of pink and yellow all over the place- which really looked unique with different hues all over!
Parinita says, "Aakash and I are both very vibrant, loud, chirpy, adventurous and jovial hence when we told this to our wedding planner - The Wedding Planning Company planned it so well and gave us the combination and tones of Pink (my favourite) and Yellow. The colours clearly depicted a happy-go vibrant function instead of the regular greens and dark shades."
Steal-worthy ideas, right?