By Mamta Roy Last Updated:
What’s an Indian wedding without four days of the hangover, mind-numbing band baaja baaraat, mountains of laddoos and calming a naraaz fufaji? Indians and marriages have an eternal relationship. Pandemics may come and pandemics may go, Indians won’t stop tying the knot in mega-event shaadi plans. Amidst this, the bride and groom take centre stage. From opting for customised bridal outfits to arranging the best photographer in town, every couple has an intimate way of celebrating their big day.
Nowadays, millennial brides are keen on experimenting with the colour palette. Though donning the red colour for marriage is a year-long tradition, many brides are breaking the stereotypes by choosing the colour they like because it's their special day. Similarly, our bride of the week, Rhea Lambert chose a blush pink lehenga for her D-Day from the shelves of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and looked like a princess. Moreover, she added a customised touch to her bridal outfit, which is too cute to be missed!
The bride, Rhea Lambert got married to the man of her dreams in a regal Bollywood-style wedding. She ditched dark colours and opted for a blush pink lehenga from the celebrity designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s couture line. And without any doubt, Rhea looked nothing short of a princess. She tucked one sheer dupatta on her shoulder.
Moreover, she placed another sheer dupatta neatly on her crown area. The gorgeousness walked under her mom's shagun dupatta and felt her family's blessing. Rhea’s choli featured a plunging neckline and semi-sleeves, adorned with floral thread work. Her voluminous lehenga consisted of multi-colour patchwork at the hemline and was embellished with the same floral pattern threadwork.
The bride flaunted her hanging golden kaleeras and red chooda. To accessorise her look, she donned stone studded choker set, matching earrings, hoop nath and sheesh patti. Rhea’s hair was tied in a neat bun, adorned with carnations. Smokey eyes, nude lips and rosy cheeks accentuated her overall get-up. On the other hand, her groom looked dapper in an ivory-hued sherwani and pyjama.
For her reception, Rhea turned heads in a toffee brown lehenga from the brand, Frontier Raas. She wore an off-shoulder sweetheart neckline choli paired with a heavily embellished skirt. Rhea’s lehenga was crafted in delicate organza, adorned with resham yarns, gota, zari and dori work. In addition, she wore pearl beaded jewellery, red chooda and kept her tresses open.
We love how Rhea styled Sabyasachi blush-pink lehenga and walked under her mother’s shagun dupatta. What about you? Let us know!