The comedy queen Bharti Singh is all set to marry fiancé on December 3, 2017 in Goa. Before the big day, the much-in-love couple have been hosting pre-wedding functions. After a star-studded bangle ceremony, Bharti was seen seeking blessings at Mata ki Chowki with would-be husband Harsh and family. The event was held in Mumbai on Wednesday at Bharti’s residence. The function which was organized by the family of the couple saw the presence of popular television stars including Ritvik Dhanjani, Asha Negi, Mona Lisa Antara with husband Vikrant Singh Rajput and comedian Mubeen Saudagar.
Bharti looked stunning in a peach and red suit by Ashish and Shefali and she accessorised her outfit with gold jewellery while Haarsh was handsome in a royal blue sherwani. Sharing a sweet picture of herself with fiancé Haarsh from the function, Bharti wrote: "Grateful for all the things God has showered upon me... Thank you so much for all the love and blessings always."
Grateful for all the things God has showered upon me... Thank you so much for all the love and blessings always 🙏🏼 #feelingblessed #weddingdiaries #bhartikibaraat #bhartiwedshhaarsh #matakichowki Outfit by: @ashishandshefaliofficial Jewelry: @anmoljewellers @haarshlimbachiyaa30 dressed in outfit by @rohitkverma
Before the Mata Ki Chowki function, Bharti began her wedding festivities with her bangle ceremony, which was held on November 28.
Monalisa also posted a cute picture with Bharti and wrote: "With The Beautiful Would Be Bride.... 3days to go."
Celebrity designer Neeta Lulla spoke about the concept of Bharti's wedding, Neeta stated, "The theme I have handpicked is fusion and she will resemble the contemporary bride since it’s a destination wedding. Grandeur, colour, and quirk are seamlessly blended with culture and heritage in an Indian wedding, we look out to bring the same sentiments in our designs for her wedding. Associating orange with joy, this colour is exactly what we needed for the ‘Chudi ceremony’.
Bharti, being the amusing one, it compliments her personality with a little twist of Indian felicity & grace. This gorgeous net Anarkali is adorned with ‘chandelier’ boota all over and combined with embroidery on the neckline."
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