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Masaba Gupta's wedding with Madhu Matena was an elaborate and colourful affair. The entire film industry became a part of the celebrations. The designer bride donned various designer outfits for the events.
Every outfit was worth taking inspiration from. Here is a complete list of the dresses that Masaba chose for the functions.
The beautiful bride-to-be chose a daring off-shoulder crop top and breezy palazzo pants. The top was in white, with black polka dots (READ: How To Wear Polka Dots) and the pants were plain black. To give this casual and chic look an oomph factor, Masaba opted for an eccentric diamond necklace, in brocade style, by Nirav Modi. She kept the whole look simple and stylish with her neutral makeup and orange lip colour.
It was a traditional attire for Masaba for the mehendi. It was a white kurta and skirt with golden gota work on it. The dress was her own creation. For the jewellery, the big and heavy earrings became the focal point. The hair was kept simple, tied up in a bun. The makeup was again, simple with copper and black eyes. It was the pastel pink lipstick that became the highlight of the face.
For the sangeet, Masaba singled out a pink lehenga from Sanjay Garg's label, Raw Mango. It was a pastel pink lehenga with golden-marigold print on it. The beaded jewellery just took the attire to a different level. For the makeup, Masaba went with her all-time favourite, winged eyeliner look. The middle parting of the hair which were wrapped in a bun with twists did absolute justice to the whole look.
Masaba Gupta tied the knot with Madhu Mantena early in June 2015. After their court marriage, they threw a little party for their close friends. For the party. Masaba wore Shivan Bhatia's creation. It was a black boat neck crop top and a white long skirt with golden embellishments. For the makeup, it was again Masaba's signature style- winged eyeliner. It was a sophisticated attire that suited the bride very well.
The final dress that Masaba wore was a black and white lehenga with a cape. This hatke design had a very beautiful flower embroidery on it. An elaborate antique neckpiece in gold, pearl and diamond added to the grace of the ensemble. Although, Masaba criticised her outfit, we do not think that any other bride would have been able to pull this one.
Masaba turned heads in everything that she wore. All the soon-to-be brides can take style inspiration from her and look gorgeous and stunning at their weddings as well.