By Mamta Roy Last Updated:
Weddings in India are not a low-key affair. It includes a month-long preparation, a curated guest list which sometimes goes beyond 300, top-notch wedding planners, the city’s best bawarchi and, ofcourse, designer outfits for the bride and groom. With family pouring blessings and friends dancing like crazy in baarat, desi weddings are always fun to attend.
When it comes to bridal lehenga, the millennial dulhans mostly opt for Anamika Khanna outfits, which are pristine, has a touch of modern designs and are perfectly clubbed with eye-catching colours. Whether it's lehenga, saree or gharara, designer, Anamika always wins hearts with her collection and how! In this wedding season, here we bring you a list of 8 Anamika Khanna brides who opted for ravishing lehengas and sarees, making people stop and stare.
Ahaanaa chose to wear a pretty saree on her big day and made a statement. She draped a pastel pink-hued saree from Anamika Khanna’s couture and looked nothing short of a princess.
Her bridal saree featured heavy zari work on the border in the hue of white. A heavily embellished round neckline blouse, diamond jewellery, matha patti, nude makeup and golden kaleera completed her subtle look.
Bhavana stole the show on her big day in a uniquely designed red lehenga by Anamika Khanna. Her red lehenga was adorned with several different prints and also featured a scalloped border at the hemline.
Her choli was designed with similar zari and thread work. Stone-studded jewellery, dangling earrings, maang teeka, a nath and glamorous makeup elevated her look.
Who said you only have to wear bright and shimmery outfits on your wedding day? Sanjana Parikh broke the age-old tradition of donning red and opted for a dreamy white lehenga instead. And trust us, she looked like one of the prettiest brides ever!
An ivory lehenga with gold threadwork made her look like a royal queen. She paired her look with diamond and green emerald jewellery, matha patti and gold bangles.
Vedika Ahuja is that modern bride who knows how to look chic even in ethnic ensembles. She donned a trendy green-coloured lehenga adorned with multi-coloured designs all over it.
Her choli, on the other hand, was mostly embellished with white threadwork. She wore a pair of triple jhumkas, a maang teeka and black sunnies to stand out her look.
Niharika Aggarwal showed how one could play with the colours on their wedding days. She looked ethereal, clad in a violet lehenga which had intricate silver design work on it. Green emerald jewellery, and a neatly tied bun completed her bridal look. On the other hand, her groom looked dapper in a white sherwani.
Grisha made sure to keep that royal touch in her bridal ensemble. She picked a divinely beautiful cream-hued lehenga with multi-coloured floral embroidery on it. Stone-studded bangles, pink and golden kaleeras, an emerald neckpiece, matha patti and dangling earrings elevated her look. She adorned her bun with pink roses and looked the prettiest.
Namrata flaunted her bridal glow in a pretty baby pink lehenga by ace designer, Anamika Khanna. The lehenga featured various floral works all over it. Along with it, a broad border completed the lehenga's overall look. And donning it, the bride looked drool-worthy. She wore pearl beaded earrings and statement jewellery. Loose curls and subtle makeup made her look stand out.
Not all of us have the same taste in dressing, as some like it a zara hatke, just like our bride, Srinidhi. She opted for a rani pink lehenga with multi-coloured prints on it. Her chic yet trendy lehenga made our hearts flutter. She donned three-tiered diamond jewellery, dangling earrings, and colourful bangles and carried a beautiful smile.
We love how these brides opted for shades other than red and still looked show stealers on their big day!