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The Bride of the Moment



By Sanhati Banerjee

You could have been huffing and puffing with all that shopping, giving measurements for that custom made piece, ideating on the buffet menu, sampling the invitation cards and so on. But you want to look and feel like the indisputable princess on your d-day. May be not a princess from shahzade land or maryland, but the princess who is in command of her life. All you need to do for this is rein in your hyperactivity or nervousness a bit and heed to the light hearted calmness tricks presented here.

  • Tell yourself in big bold words that it’s just a wedding – not a test of your creativity or aesthetic capabilities.
  • Rehearsals or trials are necessary so that your makeup does not look like a cake, your hair does not go awry or your lehenga does not look a misfit. But do not go for too many of them as you might feel like you are rehearsing for a play and then unconsciously or subconsciously start getting into the character and wait for the director to say ‘action’! (read, the pundit to read out the mantras and your co-star to exchange garlands with you.)
  • Your taste for the extremely fanciful might pose some dangers for your comfort. Remember, the true sparkle of bliss can shine through only if you would be comfortable in your shoes, or your lehenga/saree or whatever! Make sure, you do not have to sway through the lehenga as it’s too heavy or long for you. You are not a ramp model but a bride so you do not need to brave fashion challenges. Also, if you are cold, do something about it. Wrap a wedding stole, shrug or at least grab a cup of coffee!
  • If your head is reeling under pangs of hunger or you are feeling uncomfortable, it’s okay to admit it. Other than the duration of the ceremonial vows and pheras, you can take a few minutes off to calm down.
  • There’s no one rule for a wedding. So, what might have worked on your friend’s wedding, might not on yours. Moreover, there’s always a thing called originality. Don’t crib about not having the fancy dessert on your platter. Who knows, your guests might have worked themselves up over such desserts by this time, and the good old gulab jamun or jalebis served with rabri might just do the trick? What matters is the divine taste of the morsels they bite into, not their names.
  • Don’t care about the glitters so much. If you are already in love with the man tying the knot with you, or if you think you can love a man, it’s him, that’s your crown and the perfect fairytale angle.
  • It’s better not to pose like Page 3 party regulars in the front of the cameras. Rather, be nice, warm, happy, confident and all that which makes you the bride of the moment.

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