Bhavdeep Kaur, Lifestyle and fashion blogger, had a gorgeous lockdown wedding during these pandemic times. Most of the couples are either confused or disappointed and they are dropping their wedding plans. But fashion blogger Bhavdeep Kaur has set an example by having a gorgeous lockdown wedding.
In fact, she has inspired other couples and began the trend as she got married to Harkarandeep during this pandemic in a gorgeous way. Here we unfold certain aspects of the wedding ceremony about this intimate lockdown wedding held with a limited number of guests.
The Haldi ceremony took place on the 14th of May at the groom’s residence. The house was beautifully done up by Harkaran’s brother and sister. They used materials that were available at home very innovatively. For example, they created an eye-catching backdrop using one of Harkaran’s mother’s Phulkari dupatta and Parandis.
The trees were decorated with his sister’s kaliras which she wore during her wedding a couple of years ago. They also used fresh flowers from the garden and paintings done by children to decorate the house.
Bhavdeep looked gorgeous in a pretty hot pink outfit. She chose to wear a layered midi skirt in organza from her own designer collection and teamed it up with a butterfly-shaped cropped top featuring hand embroidery and metal strap.
The Mehendi ceremony took place at the backyard of Bhavdeep’s residence on 15th May. The house was beautifully decorated with materials available in the house itself like left-over fabric at her studio and cushions made of velvet and brocade.
For her Mehendi, she picked up a nice yellow lehenga and wore a matching yellow mask. Harkarandeep and his sister applied Mehendi on Bhavdeep’s hands.
Anand Karaj ceremony
This ceremony was held at the Gurudwara where they arranged for masks, sanitizers, drinking water. All the guests wore foot cover and there was a distance of 6 feet between each of the seating mats so that social distancing is maintained.
Bhavdeep wore a resplendent red Anarkali along with a matching red mask designed by herself. The speciality about this outfit was that it featured both the bride and groom captivated inside a fort with birds and animals moving around outside.
Both families helped with the décor. Songs were played on the mobile using a loudspeaker and some of the guests danced to the tune. All other friends and relatives participated through Zoom call and homemade food was served to all the guests.
In spite of the ongoing crisis, it is imperative to be happy and joyful. So go ahead with a small and intimate wedding at your home and move on to the next phase of your life.
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