This Bride Carried The Most Unique Kaleeras (Psst! Unicorn Hues Involved)
BY Anupriya | 18 May, 2022 | 764 views | 2 min read
While gold metallic trinkets have been a forever favorite with brides when it comes bridal kaleeras, we love how more and more of them are going all out with their choices. One such bride, who recently got us intrigued with her bridal picks, is Kamna Arora, the co-founder of the YSDC Wedding Choreography. She not only left us in awe with her dancing bridal entry and jaimala in a ball pool, but also got us pinch-zooming our phone screens for carrying such an oh-so-unique Kaleere on her big day. (Psst! There were unicorn hues involved. *drools*)
Woven with a dash of traditional ghungroos and voguish acrylic danglers, her Papa Don't Preach kaleeras were the best of both worlds. However, what also got them popping from a distance, was her blush pink lehenga that lent it just the perfect contrast.
Spilling the beans about her main kaleera and personalised kaleera charms, Kamna shares, "So for the kaleeras I wanted the main ones to be a little funky and colourful and not the usual. Not many people know that Papa don't Preach now has kaleeras too..so when I was on their website I saw these and knew they were perfect- 1. They matched my mehendi outfit. 2. They went perfectly with my wedding Outfit also. 3 They had the colours I wanted of pink and lavender. Bought them online, myself. And for the ones that my friends tied to me...I got those also customised from Chotteylal and sons. They have a boy and girl dancing together on all the kaleeras at the bottom. Always wanted a main funky set...and a customised set that has dance attached to it since that's how Utsav and I met as well as who we are."
Aren't these just so stunning? Kamna has undeniably set a new benchmark for all the brides-to-be out there, by taking the road less taken. And now it's your turn to try something out of the box on your wedding day and be the trend-setter bride that you are.
So, which route would you pick with your bridal kaleeras: the experimental route or the fail-safe one? Tell us in the comments.
All Images via Kamna & Utsav