Dress like lehenga choli holds a special place in Indian women from years ago and will continue.
Women love to wear lehenga choli on every day just to carry fashion trend. Many people wonder, who’s invented lehenga choli but I believe Lehengas are generated from the Royal Mughal time. The Indian lehenga cholis are worn during the most auspicious occasions like WEDDING, SANGEET NIGHT, HALDI CEREMONY or any OTHER FESTIVAL.
Can you believe many brides have started choosing Lehenga Choli for their DESTINATION WEDDING?
If you want your dream destination wedding at the beach-side with the perfection of Lehenga Choli, you do not have to go Over The Top (OTT). Be a minimal Bride-To-Be, I suggest take inspiration from these looks and exterminate your wedding day! I am so adamant, when its a designation wedding you do not need a lot’s of accessory, sometimes weighty makeup, jewellery can dull your outfit. Beach wedding is very cost-effective with atmosphere! Your dress will probably be more semi-formal, which will cost you very less, Amazing seafood, if you are vegetarian there will be lots of options (ie.. Crab Rangoon, it’s filled with tofu in the shape of crabs pasty & many more food… ) Exotic fresh flowers are much cost-effective.
Now last but not least, we have Lehenga choli you can pick for the destination wedding. These lehenga Choli can be purchased from the online designer boutique Siya Fashions Based in UK from just under £200.
Siya Fashions provides made to mesured service for all their clients. All the measurements are provided online with free bridal consultaion.
I have top 5 beachside destinations for you in Europ you can hold your BIG DAY!
- 1 Caldera’s Dolphin Suites. Santorini, Greece. Caldera’s Dolphin Suites.
- 2 Gaztelur. Arcangues, France. …
- 3 Arriba by the Sea. Cascais, Portugal. …
- 4 Masseria Potenti. Puglia, Italy. …
- 5 Villa Treville. Positano, Italy. …
I am sure after reading this blog, you will love the idea of designation wedding.
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