Ashwini Suresh's sister recently got married and so as a part of Shopzters's latest Sister of the Bride series, we decided to talk to her about her sister's wedding details and what she did to look gorgeous. You can read her sister Janani's wedding story here.
For the Viratham, I wore a beautiful royal blue Anarkali from Shresht, Coimbatore. My artificial jewellery was picked up from Bangalore for this function.
At the engagement I wore an elegant yellow and pink half sari which I bought from Tharakaram, Coimbatore.The jewellery was from Queens, Coimbatore which is the same place from where I got the jewellery for the reception too.
At the reception which was held in the evening, I wanted to experiment a bit so I wore a ghaghra but it was more like long skirt and top from Smriti, Gandhipuram.
For the wedding I wore a royal blue again, in the form of a silk sari and my gold jewellery for this function was from Joy Allukas. The brilliant make-up artist who did all my make-up for every function was Geetha from Posh parlour, for this function I used a wig for the braid.
In the evening we had the Nalangu, which was a small function with just 20 or so closest people, and for this wore another anarkali from Shresht.
My favourite moment has to be the reception, my sister looked absolutely fabulous and this function had the maximum amount of people, and they couldn't stop telling her how beautiful and happy she looked. The wedding on the other hand was the most emotional moment for everybody, we were all crying as families always do.