Imagine beauty and chaos culminating into a gorgeous-looking fusion of two people who know how to set the screen on fire – well that’s Mahira and Fawad for you and they are very much back for their cover shoot for Brides Today for Sadaf Fawad Khan’s bridal collection, Bonita.

The ethereal Mahira Khan and the dishy Fawad Khan shot in a glorious setting for Sadaf Fawad’s exquisite bridal collection which is designed for the free-spirited woman, a woman who is not afraid to be gallant and daring, and experiments to create a statement along the way. So what you see in the collection are emerging fashion trends of 2018 because each outfit resonates of old-age romance through the use of floral motifs and natural forms that build on the entire collection and give it a modern yet classic appeal. The use of different fabrics such as lame and net have been purposefully used because they exude feminine vibes, so each outfit is a generous mix of panels with luxurious hand work motifs and Jaals in Nakshi Kora, Resham and delicate stone work.

So, we’ve spotted a few bridal trends that are sure to make waves in this years bridal gallery.


Mahira Khan is seen sporting smokey-kohl rimmed eyes and nude-berry toned lips by International makeup artist, Bianca Kroft. This look is perhaps going to make a huge shift from the traditional heavy eyes and foundation and set a deep mood.


Let your hair do the talking with a natural and messy up do on your wedding (thank you, Mahira) and slip past the fancy buns and braids.


White signifies pure and white henna is definitely a trend to try this year because it has really come to the forefront. So give your traditional black/brown mehndi a new spin this year.


Sadaf Fawad’s collaboration with one of India’s finest jewelry houses, Bhirdi Chand was the perfect ode to Bonita as every single piece is timeless, and speaks of an era and a story in the grand scheme of things. So replace the “bhari bhari” feels of two-three sets wear statement earrings or a necklace. And the classy nath is a whisper of royalty.


Introducing grooms wear that will embody the traditional and authentic feel of Karandi and pure raw silk base with hand crafted motifs that will define a man with his choice of clothing.


Written by Faryal Syed
Asst Editor. Blogger. Enthusiast.