A Hearty Wedding With The Bride In Captivating Bridal Looks

Yogesh & Rashi


A tale that’s charming as ever and brimming with unbound love and joy, Yogesh & Rashi’s wedding is sure to strike a chord with your hearts. While everything about the wedding makes us go weak in our knees, we were totally floored by Rashi’s unique and distinctive looks for her ceremonies.

Right from going offbeat in a blue and dreamy in pastels to donning the traditional bridal red, she rocked each one of her looks as gorgeously as her wedding fascinated us. Scroll down below to see for yourself!

About The Couple

Their Tale

Yogesh & Rashi’s story begins a few years back when they were friends on Facebook. When they met they went for coffee and since that day, they’ve stuck with each other through thick and thin. They both are each other’s best friends and soulmates at the same time. While they both feel lucky and blessed to be together, they also complete yet bring out the best in each other and wouldn’t want to have it any other way!

The Details

Wedding Planning & Details

The #RashiGotYogeshed wedding was hosted at the Seven Eleven Club, Mumbai, and it was one cheerful and heart warming celebration. While the couple enjoyed the best time of their life to the fullest with their loved ones, Mrinal Khatnani and team made sure to capture every moment phenomenally.

Mehndi Ceremony

The mehndi ceremony decor was simplistic and done in different hued marigold flowers while the bride’s mehndi etched by Shiba Pathan was gorgeously highlighted with lots of lotus motifs.

Rashi's Look

For the day, Rashi opted to go all easy-breezy and cool in a chic kinda way. She slipped into an electric blue Masaba Gupta dress with huge dull gold motifs accentuating it. She teamed up her dress with striking oxidized jewellery and mogra garlands on her wrists.

Shivani Aswani gave her poker straight hair, soft smokey eyes, and a pale lip finishing up her look admirably!

The Wedding

The pastel themed wedding was all drenched in sorbet hues with abundant floral decor and cascading glimmering strings. Right from the bridegroom and their family to their friends, everybody coordinated in surreal pastel colors making it all look so bewitching!

Rashi's Look

For her D-day look, Rashi chose to go light on her lehenga and heavy on her jewellery. For her attire, she chose a resplendent peach and pink Anita Dongre lehenga done in stunning sequin embroideries, gota patti work, and floral bootis.
For her jewellery she picked quite a pretty amalgamation of different pieces from Aquamarine Jewellery & Riana. She paired her huge polki collar neck piece set with a matching matha-patti, a minimal nose ring, and a unique multi-stringed meenakari rani haar bringing that perfect contrast!
Shayli Nayak gave her soft flushed look while Sharda Jadhav tied her hair in a floral bun.

Yogesh's Look

Yogesh strikingly complemented his wifey in a heavily embroidered and light-hued sherwani from Purusham and a dual-toned mala looking all royal.


Exuding a surreal whiff of glam, the post-wedding party was one elegant and classy affair and one crazy celebration! The couple made quite an upbeat entry setting a groovy & joyous mood for the entire evening.

Couple Looks

Yogesh and Rashi looked absolutely voguish in their classic reception looks. While Yogesh donned a black three-piece suit by Purusham, Rashi slipped into a red princessy Payal Keyal, Asiana Couture (which she had her heart on even before she got engaged!)

She surely had her fairytale moment while an exquisite diamond set, poker straight hair, and smokey eyes completed her look flawlessly!

Tips From The Bride

  • Schedule frequent manicures & pedicures, do not forget to get your nail extensions, and book a facial / spa a week before the wedding.
  • Hydrate yourself, eat right & healthier, and get flossing or cleaning of your teeth done (don’t choose whitening though).
  • Exfoliate your skin 2-3 times a week and CTM should be your mantra.
  • Last and the most important is to get enough sleep for that natural glow (at least 8-10 hours a day).

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