Sabyasachi Bride Opted For A Regal Pastel Pink-Coloured Lehenga And Stunned In Floral 'Kaleere'

This bride chose a light pink-coloured lehenga 'choli' from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's label for her wedding day. However, her floral 'kaleeras' were the show-stealer.

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Sabyasachi Bride Opted For A Regal Pastel Pink-Coloured Lehenga And Stunned In Floral 'Kaleere'

When you hear the word wedding, it brings a festival feeling. There are lights, amazing decor, lip-smacking food, but mostly high-fashion statements. A bride stays under a lot of pressure to look perfect on her wedding day. A bride holds the main attraction of a wedding. Thus, she needs to make that everything looks flawless. This is why the modern brides entrust on designers nowadays, from her bridal hairdo to mesmerising makeover, eye-catching jewellery, outstanding bridal couture, and proper shoes! In recent times, the brides are trying to experiment with their wedding look by keeping their traditions alive.

Shaadi season has kickstarted, and you are still wondering which colour palette to choose for your big day? Take a cue from this bride who had kept her whole look fresh, dewy, but regal like a Mughal queen. One of the most celebrated bridal fashion designers, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, had designed her outfit. We still are in awe of his recent celebrity wedding couture of Patralekhaa Paul, which he had kept traditional yet contemporary, minimalistic but royal!

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Meet the bride

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The bride, Neeta Dulani had trusted the ace fashion designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, for creating her extravagant wedding couture. And the apparel and jewellery designer, Sabyasachi had taken the job very seriously and had made the most minimalistic but majestic look of a bride according to her wedding mood board.

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Neeta had opted for a pastel pink-coloured lehenga choli, where the choli had a deep neckline and was intricately embroidered with golden embellishments and crystals in floral patterns. On the other hand, the lehenga had patchwork designs with the same golden ornaments. The lehenga also featured the Sabyasachi's trademark tiger emblem on it. The then bride-to-be had paired the outfit with double dupattas.

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She had pinned one of the dupattas, which had a mesh patterned design and a zari embroidered border on top of her choli. And, another dupatta which had buti embroidery all over it along with a similar embellished hemline, was pinned on her head. Her wedding couture was minimalistic in terms of the light pink shade and majestic in terms of the rich embroidery patterns.

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For jewellery, the bride had opted for a broad choker piece embellished with blue stones and diamond on a gold-plated neckpiece. Along with it, she had worn a pair of big jhumkas, a maang teeka, a passa and a nath. She had finished off her look with red chooda but what really caught her attention was her floral kaleeras. She had worn white carnation decorated three-tier kaleere.

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For makeup, Neeta had chosen golden shimmer and brownish smokey eyes with thick lashes. She had completed her look with high-defined brows, contoured and highlighted cheeks and nude pink lip shade. The then-bride had side-parted her hair and had pulled it up in a bun with floral decorations.

Meet groom

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The groom had complemented his then bride-to-be with gorgeous pastel couture. The then groom-to-be had opted for a pastel blue-coloured sherwani suit intricately embroidered with white threads. He had maintained the pastel theme of their wedding by donning a light blue-coloured ensemble. He had paired his whole look with a coordinated doshala embroidered at the hemline and a blue turban. He had completed his whole look with royal blue and white pearl beaded three-tier neckpiece and a sword as they had got married according to the Anand Karaj traditions.

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The couple had looked royal, and their pictures had spoken with the same volume! We still couldn't get over the look! Can you?

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