This Bride Arrived To Her Wedding Dancing With Her Own Baraat! This One Hit Us Right In The Feels
Since forever, guys have been making a grand entry at weddings, with his entire entourage grooving all the way. Meanwhile, brides have to arrive early, and wait it out at the venue. You know that’s kinda unfair. Why shouldn’t we get a grand entry? Unless you’re not a spotlight kind of a person, this is the time for people to roll out the red carpet for you! And if you really, really would like that, then we say go ahead – it’s your time to shine! This real bride, Snehal Bagal, did just that and in the most inspiring way! She danced her way to the mandap with her baraatis! You can tell from the pictures that she danced to her heart’s content and her happiness is so profoundly visible on her face, it will make you happy.
We mean, that’s the kind of cheerful every bride should be on her D-day. F**k the stress, the anxieties and all the nervousness. Shouldn’t we all just go out there, grab a bottle of beer and make all that money put into the wedding worth it?
There’s nothing run-of-the-mill about Snehal’s wedding! The way she met her husband, is restoring our faith in fairytales. Snehal and Mahesh met on a flight, fell in love and married after being in a long-distance relationship for seven years. Snehal told Bridal Affair India, “We met on a plane next to each other. Mahesh found out I was leaving the country for good in a month and it turns out I had signed the contract for the job for the same that very day, the very day I met my soulmate. After that one flight, we kept in touch via emails in a long distance relationship for seven years. While one heart was in Hong Kong and the other was in Mumbai, we still knew this was it and the rest as they say is history.” Their love story seems straight out of a tear-jerking romantic movie. It makes our hearts so happy because you know, all those useless Tinder dates had ruined the idea of romance for us. Meanwhile, we are always seated next to old uncles, whose snores are loud enough to interrupt our Netflix time! Why, universe, why?
While Snehal is a Maharashtrian, Mahesh is a Sindhi. And they chose to have a Sindhi wedding with haldi, mehendi, sangeet and cocktail ceremonies added to the main wedding day. However, she did bring a bit of her culture into the wedding and in a spectacular way! “The only wish I had was that I wanted to enter with a Nashik Dhol, Tasha and the Regal Tutaari. And, that’s what we did, whilst I danced my way to my wedding mandap,” revealed Snehal.
Their wedding hashtag was #AboutTimeGagwani because they were in a long distance relationship for seven long years and both their families were waiting for her now husband Mahesh Gangwani to finally pop the question. Such a beautiful beginning!
Check out the gorgeous pictures from this wedding clicked by Fotowalle – The Story Folks!