Once in a lifetime, you meet someone who becomes your world and changes everything! And when Comedy King, Kapil Sharma met his now wife, Ginni Chatrath he somewhat knew that she is the only one who can keep him sane. Everyone waited for their favourite comedian to tie the knot with his love and their happiness doubled with his wedding news was out.
While we still aren’t over with Kapil’s big fat Punjabi wedding and how beautiful Ginni looked in her pre and post wedding functions! But do you know, her traditional red wedding lehenga had an interesting detail which is a perfect inspiration for all the brides-to-be? Scroll down to know more.
Ginni was a traditional bride who chose a classic red lehenga over the trending pastel hues and she looked prettiest in it. She donned a heavily embroidered lehenga skirt with matching blouse and tulle dupatta from the designer duo, Rimple and Harpreet Narula. But her main wedding lehenga wasn’t an ordinary one rather it had an interesting detail to it. The outfit featured a riverside view of Mathura Ghats which was meticulously translated on to each panel of the lehenga to achieve a 360-degree view of the riverfront as it was in the past. The handcrafted skirt was rendered on tulle using Kashmiri-tilla, resham, sippi and sucha gota. It was paired with a blouse featuring a tessellated dabbi jaal derived from a Mughal jharokha and sheer tulle dupattas. She accessorized the outfit with traditional mathapatti with emerald green drops, layered neckpiece, and a matching pair of earrings. Her bridal look was finished with lined eyes and highlighted cheeks and hair pulled at the back in a bun. (Also Read: Anushka Sharma Quietly Flies To Australia To Be With Virat Leaving Katrina's Christmas Party Midway)
For Amritsar wedding reception, Ginni experimented with a basic lehenga and took the traditional route thanks to the designer duo Rimple and Harpreet Narula. She wore pistachio hued lehenga with a classic short kurti, and it definitely accentuated her bride-style. The tulle and silk lehenga features a jaal of gokru gota and kachi-patti embroidery which forms a resplendent canopy over delicate floral blossoms and peacock motifs derived from a Mughal Garden of Paradise miniature painting. The traditional kachi patti embroidery involves an almost origami-like technique of delicate hand folded gota petals combined with metal salma and tikkis meticulously sewn on the ground fabric. The embroidery was combined along with resham, textured metal sequins and semi-precious stones to render the intricately detailed motifs on the lehenga and kurti. The sheer tulle odhna featured a multi-hued patchwork border and delicate floral trellises. She added more glam to her look with passa, maang tikka and matching choker neckpiece. The look was completed with her luscious long side-swept curls
After long celebrations, Kapil hosted the second wedding reception for his industry friends in Mumbai on December 24, 2018. And Ginni stole the show with her princess ensemble yet again from designer duo Rimple and Harpreet Narula. She looked gorgeous in her off-shoulder grey lehenga was a lavish ode to an archival 18th century European Chintz textile from our personal collection. The lehenga features a melange of motifs- birds of paradise, blooming lotus blossoms, brimming Vases of Plenty; rendered on tulle using delicate resham aari embroidery, chaawal-tanka stitches, nalki and nakshi, imported sequins, crystals, and multi-hued pearls. The handcrafted lehenga was paired with a sequin-encrusted corset and wispy tulle dupatta. (Don't Miss: Karan Johar Reveals Whom Is Salman Khan Going To Marry In 2019 On Neha Dhupia's Show No Filter Neha)
Well, we totally love the intricate work on her wedding lehenga, a perfect inspiration for 2019 brides!
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