Revant & Mala Hyderabad : This bride wore the coolest pair of sneakers with her wedding lehenga, as their pet dog bid farewell
Mala and Revant
This couple united through strings of genuine connections that culminated into a wedding, uniting both families at the most momentous wedding ever!
The Pre-Wedding Shoot
Unlike couples who choose picturesque locations for their pre-wedding shoots, this couple wanted something out-of-the-box. They opted for an underwater pre-wedding shoot that looked straight out of a Disney dream because they were fully decked in traditional attire!
Mala and Revant exuded the cutest wide-eyed smiles on the days following up to the wedding. The haldi ceremony had Mala’s family happily smearing the bride-to-be with turmeric as she gushed over the fact that she will be married off to the love of her life and that shows! Revant, on the other hand, managed to smear his dadi and doggy with haldi because his joy certainly knew no bounds.
The bride got inked with a beautiful mehendi design on her hands and legs after which de slipped into a pair of sparkly sneakers to kick off the rest of the wedding celebrations and Revant helped her down the stairs fondly as all the excitement was building up.
Mala chose to go with a pretty silver glass embellished lehenga blouse and yellow lehenga skirt paired with stunning jewellery for her sangeet celebrations. Revant chose a teal sherwani and a matching turban to complete the look. What stood out were the golden buttons and his elegant brooch.
The bride looked stunning in her pastel pink lehenga that looked identical to Poo’s lehenga colour from the song ‘Bole Chudiyan.’ She enjoyed a few moments with the family doggy before she proceeded for the ceremony at the Haridwar. Revant looked excited right from the beginning and he blushed throughout the wedding ceremony. The couple was ecstatic about the occasion until the very end when Mala bid farewell to her family excitedly as she moved towards beginning her new life.
Photographer: The Wedding Crew
Makeup: Anurita Chandrappa