Sabyasachi Bride, Veda Avula Sheds Royalty In A Dark Maroon Lehenga With Gold Embellished Jewellery

The bride of the week, Veda Avula left our jaws dropped as she donned a deep maroon lehenga from the shelves of the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and teamed it with gold jewellery.


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Sabyasachi Bride, Veda Avula Sheds Royalty In A Dark Maroon Lehenga With Gold Embellished Jewellery

Weddings are not only celebrations but magnificent life events that are to be remembered throughout life. There's no denying the fact that Indian weddings are fun; be it the rituals, the delicious foods, or the fashion games, the marriage ceremonies have their own charisma. But apart from all the fun, food, and rituals, the most important part is the bride and her oh-so-gorgeous wedding ensembles that shine throughout the entire wedding ceremony and leave a mark on the hearts of everyone around her.

For a very long period of time, red has been considered to be the colour of most brides as it brings a touch of love within itself. But in the last few years, we have seen brides breaking these rules and trying out several other shades for their wedding ensembles, and there's no doubt that it has become a trend now.

And it is proved again by the bride of the week, Veda Avula, who ditched the colour red for her wedding and chose an even darker shade. The touch of tradition and modernism in the look of the bride amalgamated so perfectly that it swooned our hearts. And courtesy to the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, who, with his touch, made the bride look surreal on her D-day.

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The bride, Veda Avula donned a dark maroon Sabyasachi lehenga on her D-day


Here's the bride of the week, Veda Avula from Hyderabad, who had her grand wedding in Ripon, England. For her wedding, Veda opted for a dark maroon lehenga from the shelves of the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The beautiful sequined lehenga featured delicate hand-cut organza flowers and layers of threadwork. Talking about the choli, it came along with a deep plunging neckline with the same sequined pattern and hand-cut organza flower detailing.

The bride opted for a matching dupatta with flower detailing on the border. The bride looked absolutely breathtaking as she slipped into this Sabyasachi lehenga, which showcased tradition with its dark colour and perfectly knitted threadwork detailing.

The bride, Veda Avula made a perfect choice by opting for gold  jewellery with her dark maroon lehenga


Our bride, Veda Avula, donned some heavy gold jewellery on her D-day, which again enhanced the essence of the tradition of Indian weddings. Moreover, to accentuate her look, Veda wore a statement neckpiece and a delicate choker. She also chose to wear matching earrings and a pretty maang teeka in the same design as that of her neckpiece. With choora and her huge diamond ring, the bride locked her D-day look.

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Bride, Veda Avula paved the way for future brides who prefer light makeup by looking surreal in a light touch-up


Talking about the bride's makeup for her wedding day, Veda Avula chose to keep her look lowkey by ditching heavy glam up, and oh boy, she looked like an angel. The gorgeousness accentuated her bridal look with soft brown smokey eyes, enhanced eyebrows, and soft pink glossy lipstick. Veda kept her hair in a middle partition and tied it into a neat bun. With a bindi on her forehead, our bride finalised her angelic look on her D-day.

Well, Veda Avula surely left our hearts fluttering with love with her traditional wedding look. What do you think? Let us know!

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Images Courtesy: Brides of SabyasachiMOHSIN ALI PHOTOGRAPHY
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