By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Indian brides and their love for designer ensembles seem no bounds. Over the years, we have seen tremendous change in the bridal fashion. Brides are not walking the herd walk but rather choosing an outfit that they feel comfortable and gorgeous in. From opting for pastel tones to donning love story lehenga, brides love experimenting with their look. Amidst it, sarees are back in trend, and brides are happily donning for their wedding festivities.
Sarees are one staple that turns a young girl into a woman. There is no denying the fact that the six-yard piece of elegance can instantly elevate your look from a messy girl into a classy lady. A saree has always been the first love of every girl as they played ghar-ghar using their mother's dupatta and draping it like a saree. We stumbled upon a few brides, who ditched the lehenga and opted for soft flowy sarees for their wedding festivities from the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection!
The bride donned an ivory saree in soft, breezy fabric for her daytime wedding. She styled it with a matching dupatta tucked on her head. Her look was accessorised with a choker neckpiece, a satlada haar, earrings and a matha patti. Subtle makeup with soft mascara-filled eyes and a red bindi completed her look.
Another bride, Pari Bishnoi picked a soft grey-toned see-through saree with sequinned detailing from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. Her outfit was a breath of freshness as she got engaged in Darjeeling, India. Without over-accessorising her look, the bride opted for a minimal choker neckpiece, matching earrings, and a maangteeka. She also wore a matching dupatta which was tucked on her head.
If you are not a fan of sequins and heavy embroideries and want to keep your look minimal, then take inspiration from Bashini Liyanapathirana, who donned a minimal cream-toned saree with a closed-neck blouse. She kept her look subtle for her wedding registration in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Another bride wore a mesmerising ivory-toned saree with 3D-flowers embellishment and pearls. It also had a touch of mint blue and pastel pink. The bride, Irine Thomas styled her look with a full-sleeved blouse that added stars to her look. She kept her look subtle with wavy hairs.
Bride, Rudrika Reddy tied the knot in a grand wedding ceremony at The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, Rajasthan. For her wedding ceremony, the bride donned a chiffon saree from Sabyasachi's latest collection. The saree featured floral prints on it, and the flowy fabric minus the heavy zardozi or zari embroidery, was a perfect pick for her day wedding.
Another bride, who left our jaws dropped with her choice of outfit, is Rania Kabadi, who wore a Sabyasachi bespoke saree for her wedding in Athens Riviera, Greece. She kept her look minimal and ditched the heavy embroidered sarees. She picked a golden-toned net saree, which she styled with a sequinned golden blouse. She kept her look subtle with soft makeup and hair left open.
Another bride, who ditched the heavy-sequinned saree, and picked soft-pink toned floral saree from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection for her engagement ceremony. She styled her look with statement earrings.
Another Sabyasachi bride left us stunned with her choice of outfit. The bride donned a cream-toned saree with green-hued handpainted floral print for her sangeet ceremony. She styled her saree with a sleeveless blouse. She completed her look with layered pearl neckpiece, and an emerlad cocktail ring. She accentuated her look with dark red lipstick and hair styled in soft curls.
We loved these brides and their choice of soft sarees with flowy fabric from ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee! What about you?