Sabyasachi Bride Wore A Unique Red Lehenga With A Contrasting 'Dupatta' For Wedding In Jaipur

Sabyasachi Mukherjee bride turned heads in her beautiful wedding outfit, which featured a contrasting 'dupatta'. Check out!


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Sabyasachi Bride Wore A Unique Red Lehenga With A Contrasting 'Dupatta' For Wedding In Jaipur

Every 90s kid grew into a hopeless romantic after watching Bollywood movies since childhood. And everyone dreams of having royal yet romanchak wedding festivities someday. As it’s again the wedding season in India, we stumbled upon a cute bride and groom who tied the knot in the most romantic manner. 

One more thing which made their wedding so special was their designer outfits. It’s every lady’s dream to wear a Sabyasachi lehenga on her D-Day, and our bride, Amiti Sinha, lived her dream to the fullest. Not only she opted for a unique lehenga, but she also selected a royal heritage palace in Jaipur for her special day. 

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The bride wore a unique lehenga with a contrasting dupatta




For the wedding day, the bride, Amiti Sinha opted for a beautiful red-hued lehenga. Instead of wearing a different-coloured wedding outfit, she wore a traditional red-hued embellished lehenga paired with a sheer yellow dupatta. She added a hint of oomph to her outfit with this fabulously planned colour contrast. She indeed looked like a royal queen in this outfit, which was from the shelves of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee.

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The bride wore minimalistic diamond jewellery 







To accessorise her look, Amiti opted for a green emerald diamond choker set. Not only this! She carried an elegant three-tiered necklace as well. Dangling earrings, maang teeka and red chooda elevated her look. For the makeup, the bride opted for the less is more route and did smokey eyes, rosy cheeks and baby pink lips to add an oomph factor to her bridal look.



On the other hand, Amiti’s groom looked dapper in a white sherwani. And it was his cutely planned groom entry which made their big day a bit more romanchak. Instead of entering on a ghodi, he came in a swanky white car and later ran towards Amiti to tie the knot with her. The groom's entry reminded us of Bollywood movies. 



We are in love with the bride’s contrasting lehenga colour! What about you?

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