By Shreya Sharma Last Updated:
Sabyasachi Mukherjee has changed the bridal fashion game forever and for good. From Anushka Sharma’s pink-hued wedding lehenga to her red Banarasi saree, Sabyasachi had hit the ball out of the court and had become everyone's favourite. Not that Sabyasachi was not a big shot in the fashion and bridal world earlier but some things just make your mark stronger, and Anushka Sharma’s wedding was one such path-breaking event, leaving every girl wishing to be a Sabyasachi bride.
We have seen many brides don their dream lehenga for their big day from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's label as he offers a huge variety when it comes to bridal fashion. The designer loves to play with the colours, be it traditional colours like red or pastel colours and the motifs and designs he offers, are rich in tradition, culture and history. While everyone wishes to be a Sabyasachi bride, this bride decided to rock her wedding look for her reception party as well, with a minimal twist. We are talking about this week's Sabyasachi bride, Kanupriya Garg, who revamped her bridal look for her reception party.
For every bride, their wedding lehenga becomes a one-time memory, which they only wear on their wedding day. However, the Sabyasachi bride, Kanupriya decided to wear her wedding lehenga for her after-party as well. The bride opted for a brown base multi-coloured lehenga for her wedding. The lehenga had floral motifs in the shades of green and pink, heavily embroidered all over the skirt, with a broad border of sequin work mixed with floral embroidery and small tassels at the end. She accentuated her look with a heavy green emerald neckpiece, studded nath and two strands maang teeka. She used one of the dupattas to cover her head, and the other one was pinned on her shoulder. She certainly made for one of the prettiest brides.
Wondering what twist Kanupriya added to her bridal lehenga to rock it for her reception party? Well, Kanupriya only uncovered her head and let her hair loose for the reception look. She pinned her dupatta on her shoulder, which was earlier placed on her head as her veil and proved that your wedding lehenga can be re-done for the after-party as well. With the mangalsutra and newly wedded glow added to her face, we totally loved how she aced her lehenga for two functions.
Well, Kanupriya’s wedding was one of a kind as it took place at Taj Falaknuma Palace and the grandeur of the wedding will make you forget Aditi’s wedding in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. For her mehendi rasam, the venue was decorated into an Italian theme, with everything white and floral, by the poolside. The bride and groom had entered the venue with dancers holding balloons and making bubbles. For the mehendi ceremony, Kanupriya wore an ivory cutwork saree with floral patterns on the border.
While her mehendi ceremony was all about Italian feels, her mangalsnanam was all traditional. The venue was decorated with white and yellow flowers, with bells hanging all around, giving it a typical South Indian function feels. For the ceremony, Kanupriya wore a yellow outfit with a broad golden border. Later, she changed into a red kanjiveeram saree.
For the sangeet-cum-engagement function, Kanupriya wore a Manish Malhotra gown in an ivory shade with silver sequin work all over. The gold and white theme of the ceremony made everything looked elite. The bride and the groom entered the venue with a series of confetti blasts, looking like royals.
Well, we loved how Kanupriya’s wedding was a larger-than-life affair! Did you like how the bride transformed her wedding look into her after-party look? Let us know!