They say a bride looks her radiant best on her wedding day. And we’re sure you’d love to show off that glow with a traditional, hands-on authentic phoolon ki chaadar covering your head, one made of roses to add to your ethereal entry!
The phoolon ki chaadar was originally meant to ward off evil eyes and keep the bride looking her absolute best, surrounded by a bed of blowers, on her wedding. While the concept might have changed, the sentiment remains. The phoolon ki chaadar these days is often carried by the bride’s brothers and uncles, as her father walks with her under it. The entire ritual is one of loving protectiveness towards the young bride. Check out these simple ideas to make your phoolon ki chaadar one that lives on in the memories of those looking at you.
1. All Things Cute - Flowers, Paper Lanterns and Butterflies
A-Cube Project Photography
2. Simply Orchids
The Cheesecake Project
3. A Cocktail of Roses, Jasmine, and Orchids
4. Colorful Tassles on a Sheer Dupatta
5. Dupatta Matching the Bridal Outfit
Amrit and Krutika
6. A Bucket Full of Marigolds
7. Exotic Flowers
Joseph Radhik Photography
8. Edgy Paper Flower with Lights
Dhanika Choksi Photography
9. Pompom and Pin Wheels
Rakesh Prakash Photography
10. Roses, Kaleere and Mogra
Arjuns Tryst with the Camera
11. Cutesy Umbrellas
Karan Sidhu Photography
12. Traditional Roses and Jasmine Garlands
Harsheen Jammu Photographers
13. Dupatta with Lights
Faizan Patel Photography
14. Mogra Garlands in Umbrella Shape
15. Roses, Kaleere, Mogra
And that being said, you can make your entry all the more stunning by tweaking your phoolon ki chaadar.
Some of these might sound or look elaborate, but with a little help from your event organiser or wedding planner, you can totally rock your phoolon ki chaadar and make your entry the showstopper of the night!
Check out these simple ideas to make your phoolon ki chaadar one that lives on in the memories of those looking at you.