The ultimate bridal finishing touch for the wedding day!
Western or eastern, veils have always been associated with the brides. It is an accepted fact that the traditional look of the bride, especially nikkah bride, is half done without the veil which is also known as the “Ghunghat” in Urdu. One of the reasons for its popularity among brides is that it is an excellent way of show off your heavy bridal dupatta. No matter how modern a bride is, when it comes to wearing a lehenga, ghunghat will never get out of fashion because of the charm it introduces to the overall look of the bride. Nothing can compare to the beauty of the bride walking down the aisle in her beautiful lehenga and ghunghat. A-list celebrities like Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra also followed this traditional practice on her wedding. And have we mentioned how beauty of the bridal portraits enchances ten-folds when you’re under the veil? Let us give you some inspirations:
We recommend you to go for a net, organza, chiffon, georgette bridal dupatta or some other lighter material dupatta. By doing so, you won’t feel unease during the ceremony while taking the veil. And don’t forget to work on the edges of your bridal dupatta so that it stays in place perfectly while giving out beautiful imagery.