#WMG Wedding Special: 6 Muslim Brides that are the Epitome of Elegance
BY The WMG Bride | 20 Feb, 2016 | 2294 views | 3 min read
If the Punjabi brides drip swag, Muslim brides ooze pure charm and elegance. A rustic old-world décor feel coupled with breathtaking Nizami outfits and jewellery make our hearts race like none other. If you’re looking for some real Nawaabi inspiration, it’s time to take a look at our favourite “Begums” that have graced the real wedding bandwagon on WMG with utmost panache. Click on their names to go to the full stories. Looking no less than a Mughal princess is real bride Saba flaunting her Sabyasachi outfit at her reception. Saba teamed it up with old Hyderabadi jewellery that featured the art of Mmeenakari in abundance. We for one love the combination of violet with gold – now that’s something you don’t come across very often! If a nikah by the seaside is not enough to float your boat (forgive the pun!), real bride Vahi’s stunning salmon and green ensemble from Roopkala is capable of wooing you like none other! The talented Vahi also gave designs to her local jeweller, and we couldn’t help but ogle at the stunning kundan adornments for hours! Elegant with oodles of retro allure! Real Pakistani bride Jasmyn created a mystical blend of peach, pink and champagne in her outfit, punctuated with a unique lace effect. While her bridal outfit by Mahgul for Nasreen Sheikh was a sight, it was her ivory Walima saree by Noor Monnoo that really caught our attention! With a combination of mirror work on the saari and crushed mother of pearl, Jasmyn truly looked ethereal on her wedding day. Giving us the Pakistani wedding of our dreams, real bride Zaineb in her utterly gorgeous Elan, Pakistan, strutted in style at her wedding looking like a queen! Amidst the stunning crystals, lace, corset, and the champagne gold colour, it was hard to pay attention to her beautiful wedding venue once she entered the picture! Heba had an intercultural wedding, and her ceremony simply involved exchanging speeches at the beach. While she stuck to a beautiful lehenga for her reception, she stunned in a gorgeous Elan bridal sharara for the beach rituals. We love everything about her outfit, don't you? Real bride Safa had a wedding that was beyond breathtaking, with exquisite decor details and a mehendi event to die for. She wore a front slit jacket sharara from Karma Bridal, and a bright yellow sharara for her mehendi. Her makeup was beyond gorgeous and the attention to detail was so on point - her pen matched her sharara!