The Sabyasachi bride stole her wedding day style from 'Jodhaa Akbar'. Check out her gorgeous wedding day look in a unique yellow-coloured lehenga!
Being a bride is the most beautiful thing, and walking under the phoolon ki chaddar, is every women's dream. They are many women, who have been planning every teeny-tiny detail of their wedding since they were little girls. The moment a couple's wedding date gets fixed, it is the bride-to-be, who starts preparing for her big day with a long checklist in hand.
Over the years, wedding planning has changed drastically as a bride and a groom don't want to settle for less. All thanks to the Bollywood films and celebrity weddings as they have inspired the couples to plan their wedding in an extravagant manner. And our bride of the week recreated the quintessential Indian princess, Jodhaa's look from the folktale of Jodhaa-Akbar.
Meet our bride of the week, Sonal Sharma, who is a doctor by profession. The gorgeousness had gotten married to the man of her dreams, Gaurav Ahuja in Philadelphia, USA. For the wedding day, the bride ditched the usual red lehenga, which defines an Indian bride, rather she had opted for a unique yellow-coloured ensemble.
For the wedding day, the bride had picked the famous designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's yellow-hued lehenga. Her lehenga had beautiful golden thread work on it. Her look was inspired by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's look as Jodha in the film, Jodhaa Akbar.
She had accentuated her look with a neckpiece, matching earrings, a borla and pretty kaleeras. Heavy kohl-filled eyes with red lips and hair tied in a bun had completed her look. On the other hand, her groom had donned a cream-coloured sherwani. An emerald-green mala and a beige turban added more charm to his style.
For the wedding reception, the bride had restyled her wedding lehenga. She had removed the dupatta from the head and had tucked it carefully on the shoulders.
We love the bride wedding day look! What about you?