14 Responses

  1. $ at | | Reply

    Oh….keep the outfits at bay..me loving the way the groom is holding bride’s hand all the tym ;)

    1. Megha at | | Reply

      Well said! something very sweet abt these pics…outfits don’t matter…. they look sooo much in love! :))

  2. FashionMadness at | | Reply

    Just a tiara is missing :P

  3. slc at | | Reply

    The color of the gown is pretty but it’s too “Cinderella like and don’t feel it’s appropriate as a wedding outfit. Wearing another bridal Desi wear would have been a better choice. But she is glowing. The bridegroom looks handsome.

  4. MK at | | Reply

    That being said, they look very sweet. She’s a refreshing beauty.

  5. Sandy at | | Reply

    Not the best outfit. But it’s her wedding and she is happy , that’s all that matters …

  6. madhu at | | Reply

    wait till you guys see esha’s gown. neck up, the ladies are gorgeous, how pretty does ahana look. but neck down is a whole different story.

  7. Anika at | | Reply

    the curtains in shantanu n nikhil’s shop are missing!!!, oh wait, they are on her dress!

  8. akaa at | | Reply

    Honestly, S&N are not good bridal trousseau designers .. why do people go to them ??

  9. adya at | | Reply

    Why don’t people wear proper western designer wear? They can afford it. The Indian bling aesthetic on Western wear looks so tacky. Or wear a full on Manish Malhotra or something…

  10. KS at | | Reply

    i don’t like this trend of Cinderella gowns that are worn by brides in their reception.. they look tacky. I prefer Indian weddings stick to indian ethnic wear

  11. Prep-y at | | Reply

    They look great as a couple. The gown is alright but I just like Ahana :)

  12. Sarindar at | | Reply

    A sleeker skirt would have been better, the colour and the top part are ok but their happiness is the best accessory!

  13. Calista at | | Reply

    Beautiful girl but such a badly designed gown. The saving grace is the lovely couple who have eyes only for each other

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