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While choosing that one wedding dress for that once in a lifetime (usually) event is understandably not an easy task, there will always be a workaround for those who can’tmake up their minds, especially if they can afford it.
Such is the case with Thai actress Noey Chotika, who did away with the worrying by simply choosing six different wedding gowns to wear for her wedding, Metro UK reports.
To make the wedding more special, the festivities were also spread out for two weeks, including the bachelorette party, wedding rituals, press conference, the wedding itself, and the after-party.
The first dress, a vintage wedding dress design from Chuan Pisamai, is the standard yet elegant white gown that fits a princess perfectly. Chotika looked undeniably stunning in the simple dress with fluffy, flowing trimmings that she wore during her Bachelorette party.
During the traditional khanmark procession, Chotika chose to wear a customary Thai outfit from Arada Couture. The pink gown with minimal intricate floral embroidery is definitely an eye-catcher.
For the rod nam sang, a traditional wedding ritual in Thai culture where the couple’s hands are soaked in water as family members give them a blessing, the bride wore a glamorous dress that is well complemented by the sparkling jewelry. The magnificent gown also came from Arada Couture.
For the wedding’s press conference, the Thai actress wore a design from Naeem Khan. Wearing the elegant beaded dress with a low-cut back, the gorgeous actress gave the press photographers a lovely subject to shoot.
Chotika wore another white gown for the actual wedding ceremony, this time from renowned designer Zuhair Murad. She chose well and simply looked flawless for the highlight of the 2-week event.
For the after party, the star of the event wore a shiny, glittery silver gown from Jenny Packham.
By western standards, Chotika’s wedding may look too extravagant or excessive, but in Thailand, Thai celebrities going all on out on lavish wedding celebrations are quite the norm.