By Oindrila Muhuri Last Updated:
Indeed, every wedding is simply one of the most hectic works in the bride or groom's lives. Starting from selecting the venue to finalising the catering, decorator, and most importantly, the wedding ensembles are some of the primary tasks for a would-be couple. However, what grabs the eyeballs the most is the bride's wedding attire. For which a bride goes through millions of pages and websites of various designer's bridal collections and finally opts for one.
In this matter, ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee has already etched a special place in the hearts of millions of people for its unique designs and colours of the ensembles. The designer's bridal collection has an array of ensembles- from traditional red to funky pink, green, yellow and many more. However, each one of them radiates pure joy in its own way and perfectly matches the bride's vibe. The bride opted for one such blush pink lehenga from Sabyasachi's collection, which looked simply astonishing.
The bride, Chandni stunned in a blush-pink Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding in Boreham House, UK. The lehenga was intricately embellished with precious stones all over it. It not only gave a pristine look to the bride but also matched enchantingly with her skin.
Along with the lehenga, the bride opted for a matching stone-embellished choli which featured a princess-cut neckline. Moreover, she paired it with dual dupattas, which included a matching blush-pink one adorned with a broad border, tightly secured on her shoulder. Another dupatta featuring a trellis pattern all over it was tucked on her head.
Chandni paired her ensemble with glowy makeup, which included highlighted cheeks, winged eyes, glossy lips and a small stone bindi. In addition, the bride opted for unique jhoomar jewellery, including a broad stone-embedded neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka and a matha patti. She completed her look with blush-pink, diamond-embedded chooda, a sleek haath phool and three-tiered bell kaleeras.
On the other hand, Chandni's groom, Sunny looked handsome in a white-coloured, heavily embellished bandhgala suit paired with a matching stole, pants and a belt. Altogether, the duo looked simply drool-worthy on their wedding day.
Well, we are mesmerised by the bride's lehenga and stunning jewellery on her D-Day. What about you? Let us know!