Bling comes out at ‘Sakhi Divas’ event

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Imagine if you get a chance to see hundreds of brides all together; it would definitely leave anyone awestruck.

The event was organized by Amardeep Kaur Grewal and Gayatri Dureja Kohli  who chose the bridal theme for the event as to give all the attendees a chance to relive one of the most precious moments of their life once again.

The Croation Club, Punchbowl came alive with a large number of beautiful ‘Divas’ bedecked in best of their ethnic  attires and  bejeweled in traditional  jewels who all came together to celebrate the ‘Sakhi Divas’ event.

‘Bring on the bling’ was the theme of the event and all the beautiful ladies did full justice to it. Who wouldn’t want to relive one of the most precious moment of their life- ‘Being a Bride’ again and ‘Sakhi Divas provided a chance to all those divas to relive their most cherished moment once again.

Bridal ramp walk was one of the highlight of the evening where in brides from different cultures walked the ramp while showcasing their culture and rich heritage of India. Divas beautifully adorned Chuda, Kalera , Maang Tikka, Payal  and other ornaments  which enhance the beauty of a bride.

Besides this, free mehandi stall, jewelry and clothing stalls, food, variety of entrainment and games were some other highlights of this event.

No event is complete without DJ; all the divas enjoyed the music to the fullest and  rocked the dance floor.

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