By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Being a bride is one of the most special moments in a girl's life. It is a transition from being a girl to a woman, who is all set to make her own world. From a young age, girls are taught that they have to leave their parents home after marriage, and they all eagerly wait for the day to come. While leaving their parents is an emotional ride, it is an inevitable part of getting married. But, girls make sure to make the day the most memorable one.
From pretty outfits to wedding decorations, a bride-to-be wants every teeny-tiny details to be perfect and on-point. However, there is a dream designer, whose designer ensemble almost every girl wants to wear on their big day, and that is none other than Sabyasachi Mukherjee. He is a synonym for bridal wear in India. And our bride of the week not just wore one or two ensembles from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's outfits for her wedding festivities.
Meet our bride of the week, Kinkinee Ghosh, who had gotten married to the love of her life, Ramitendra Ray in Kolkata, West Bengal. For her wedding day, the bride had donned a crimson-red traditional Bengali style saree from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. Her saree had a golden border and motifs on it.
The bride had accentuated her look with a matching red dupatta, which she had pinned on her head. She had accessorised her look with a statement golden neckpiece, a nath, a butterfly-motif mathapatti and bangles. On the other hand, her groom had kept his look subtle in a beige kurta with dhoti.
For the reception, the bride had picked a minimalistic look. She had opted for a pastel pink saree from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection. Her saree had golden embroidery with a contrasting purple border. She had styled her saree with a tight-fitted blouse, and had accessorised her look with a statement neckpiece, golden jhumkis and maang teeka. Subtle makeup with smokey eyes, a bindi on the forehead and pink lips had completed her reception look. On the other hand, her groom had opted for a contrasting look in pistachio-green kurta.
For a post-wedding bash, the bride kept her stylish in a saree. While many brides go for Indo-western ensembles to dance their heart out in a post-wedding bash, our bride had chosen a saree from her favourite designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her look was inspired by Bollywood bride, Anushka Sharma's look.
However, instead of a red saree, the bride had opted for a plain blue-saree with work on the border. She had styled it with a floral velvet blouse. Her look was accentuated with winged eyeliner, natural makeup, mid-parted bun with sindoor. On the other hand, her groom had donned a black bandhgala.
Well, this Sabyasachi Mukherjee's bride is definitely giving inspiration for all soon-to-be-brides and we loved how she had styled three different saree looks for her wedding, reception and post-wedding bash!