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The millennial bride is an example of a unique method to bring your tadka to wedding traditions

The millennial bride is an example of a unique method to bring your tadka to wedding traditions. 
The millennial bride is an example of a unique method to bring your tadka to wedding traditions. 

Alia Bhatt is a Bollywood actress.

Many brides have an identity problem before their wedding because they are expected to ‘look like a normal bride’ and comply with traditional standards. It would be best to let yourself be creative with conventions, whether you are reluctant to wear a crimson lehenga or have your hair up in that traditional bun that makes you feel lonely. This is precisely what Alia Bhatt accomplished as the spunky millennial who refused to be shackled by customs and instead embraced them with her tadka for her wedding. 

Make your fortunate charms for your kale here.

Every Punjabi bride spends substantial time planning her chooda and kaleeras. However, rather than seeking perfection, customization is the key to achieving your fantasy kaleeras. Alia included her lucky charms into her kale here, with gold birds and butterflies. In addition to beautiful clouds and gleaming stars.

So, to guarantee that you feel like yourself on your wedding day, feel free to incorporate pieces of your personality into the wedding jewelry.

Show off your spirit animal on your lehenga or blouse.

Alia’s Sabyasachi saree was custom-made to show her unique individuality at her wedding. She had gold butterflies embroidered on her blouse to guarantee that her genuine self was reflected in everything she wore, from the fabric to the jewelry. You may do the same by artistically displaying your spirit animal on your wedding gown. Such small details will make you fall in love with your wedding gown.

Make a lehenga or saree with a unique message or date.
Alia had the date of her wedding stitched onto her saree. ‘The fourteenth of April 2022,’ it stated. You could do the same or allow your clothes to contain hidden messages for your soon-to-be husband. You can also wear the date you met for the first time.
We hope you can incorporate your personality into your wedding with the help of our guide. After all, what better day than your wedding to express yourself via your clothing and jewelry choices?
The authored article is written by Sejal Wakkar and shared with Prittle Prattle News  exclusively.
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