Colour Pop Alert: Tarang and Rohit had the Quirkiest Super Fun Mehendi Ceremony!
With every mehendi ceremony raising the bar higher, there is no limit to how vibrant, fancy, hatke, and unconventional the affair can be! Whether it is the offbeat outfit choices, the floral jewellery, the fun-filled backdrops or the extravagant decor ideas, these ceremonies don’t fail at impressing me each time! Not to forget the colour they add to my life whenever I scroll my Instagram page in the morning scouting for ideas.
This morning I woke up to some of the best mehendi pictures I had seen (you shall second this when you scroll down). The beautiful and bubbly bride Tarang Kochar, and her dapper groom Rohit Rajpal had an ‘OH-SO-GORGEOUS’ mehendi ceremony that left me in awe and of course, gave all of us heaps of inspiration.
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The bride held a super-filmy placard and the couple was seen having a gala time! Not to miss the bottle green gota patti lehenga designed by the bride herself, with an unconventional yet sexy blouse!
The groom pampering his gorgeous bride during the mehendi ceremony. Doesn’t this picture make you go ‘AWW’?
Ladies, get yourself a partner who is up for such latke-jhatke!
While Rohit is crushing over his to-be-bride, I am swooning over her green smokey eyeshadow!
Have I mentioned I love twirling brides? If not, then you can keep this piece of information for FREE!
Millennial brides take a cue! I love this bride’s messy braid accessorised with beautiful baby breaths.
Can’t take my eyes off the bride’s gorgeous nail art, offbeat mehendi designs, and floral jewellery.
The lavender and fuschia pink flowers paired with tiny gold beads are a treat to the eyes.
10/10 for the ‘Dulhaniya’ signage and an extra mark for this beautiful bride and her pose!
This picture of the bride’s cutesy lil nephew kissing her on her cheek is all you need to make your heart melt like a dollop of butter on a piping hot aloo paratha.
Images source: Sona Sachdeva Photography