By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
When you hear the word, 'Wedding' what comes to your mind? A bride wearing red shaadi ka joda with gorgeous jewellery sets, a beautiful shaadi ka mandap, stunning decor, and amazing food platters, right? But time has changed now, and the modern brides are trying to upgrade their fashion sense too. They do not hover around the colour 'red', and thus, they are choosing different unique colours for their wedding couture.
From pastels to glittery sequins to beige and yellow to pink palettes, would-be brides are donning every colour and pattern out there for their big day. Along with the brides, the fashion designers are also trying to come with new-age designs for the bridal outfits. That can be a unique coloured lehenga or an uncommon choli design, or even a dual-toned dupatta, from the last few years, we have been noticing changes in styles of bridal lehengas. This bride had chosen Manish Malhotra as her wedding dress designer and had looked unreal in her wedding outfit.
We came across this bride, Sanabh Grover, who had opted for a unique mint-coloured lehenga for her wedding day from Manish Malhotra's collection. The lehenga choli was adorned with big dollops of stones, embellished with sequins and zari all over it. It had a heavily embroidered pattern, intricately designed with floral and geometric motifs. The bride had chosen a dual dupatta look, one coordinated with the lehenga choli and the other one to add colour to her outfit. She had worn rust coloured sheer veil with a long trail scalloped with cut-out designs and embroidered at the borderline.
The bride, Sanabh had looked absolutely like a royal princess in the whole outfit. She had paired the look with a polki jewellery set, including a 3-tier neckpiece with emerald and white stones and a broad choker neckpiece with big danglers, a maang teeka, and a huge nath. She had completed the look with red chooda and doli kaleeras.
For makeup, the bride had opted for high-defined brows, dark-kohled eyes, winged smokey liner, nude lips, contoured cheeks, and a very small bindi to complete the whole get-up. She had pulled up her hair in a sleek bun to save herself from the fuss.
The then would-be bride, Sanabh had trusted Manish Malhotra for all of her wedding ceremonies and had donned ek se badhkar ek gorgeous outfits. On her haldi and chooda ceremony, Sanabh had chosen a soft yellow coloured sheer salwar suit embroidered with silver sequins. She had paired her look with floral carnations and a jewellery set. For makeup, she had chosen a small winged liner with an orange shade on the lids, blushed cheeks, and a soft tint of pink on the lips.
On her mehendi day, she had worn a beige-coloured lehenga choli embroidered with leafy patterns in brown colours. She had paired the look with simple makeup, floral jewellery and kept her curled tresses open. And, for the sangeet day, she had looked ethereal in a subtle but elegant multi-coloured lehenga.
The lehenga choli had a tint of yellow, pink, green, and orange colours, and it was adorned with geometric patterns. She had completed the look with a broad kundan neckpiece and a pair of big earrings, a maang teeka, and kadas. She had braided her hair from the crown section, had left it open in soft curls, and had decorated it with roses. For makeup, she had kept it subtle with not-so-bright eyes, just a small winged liner, nude lips, and blushed cheeks.
On her reception night, the bride, Sanabh had draped a marvellous Manish Malhotra grey-coloured sequinned saree which she had worn with a coordinated sleeveless blouse. She had completed the look with a diamond and ruby jewellery set, including a choker piece and a pair of earrings. For makeup, she had chosen a shimmery eyeshadow with winged liner, defined brows, blushed cheeks, and brown lips. She had left her tresses in soft curls.
The beautiful wedding pictures of Sanabh and the love of her life, Kunal are mesmerising. The then-would-be groom had looked dapper in all of his outfits which he had worn to complement his would-be wife's wedding couture. A wedding comes with love, laughter, tears, a lot of butterflies in the stomach, good food, and obviously an amazing fashion game.
Well, we loved all of the bride's outfits but especially the wedding lehenga has taken all our attention. Did you like the mint-coloured undertoned lehenga choli? Let us know in the comments!