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Blushing Bride II.

Ayesha Takia is another recent Bolly bride. She looks lovely in her very traditional attire. It's interesting that Ayesha and Amrita went two different routes, both of which were in keeping with their respective traditions. For her ceremony, Amrita opted for a traditional ivory wedding dress that was figure flattering yet demure. Ayesha also went traditional with her heavily embroidered beige and silver lehnga. Ayesha looks every bit the beautiful, glowing bride. I am a little puzzled by her mixing of gold bangles with (in her case) either white gold or platinum jewelry and silver embroidery, but I'll chalk that up to tradition or sentimental value. Anyway, she's the bride, it's her day, so she should certainly do whatever makes her happy! I do love the color of Farhan Azmi's sherwani! Photo Source.

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