By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
Weddings in India are celebrated as the biggest festival. And if this shaadi season your sister is getting married, then, congratulations you are the third most important person after the bride and the groom! Hence, everyone's eyes will be glued to your every move which means you need to look your fashionable best. Plus, it is your sister's big day, you have anxiously waited for this day just like her. It is special for you in millions of ways, after all, it is not easy being a bridesmaid. (Recommend Read: This Bride Wore Anushka Sharma's Red Saree From Delhi Reception For Her Wedding But With A Twist)
'Sisters before Misters' is not just a quote, for some, it is an oath, to chose your siblings before the husband enters the scene. Yes, and we spotted a bride, who took the #SisterGoals to the next level by wearing similar lehengas for her wedding day. She ditched her ensemble and coordinated with her sister and the pictures are perfectly showing off their love for each other.
Meet the bride of the week, Apeksha Shivnani, who had opted for ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee's lehenga for her big day. Being a Sabysachi bride is every girl's dream, we all drool over his luxurious collection and hope to wear it one day. And our bride fulfilled her dream and her sister's dream by opting for the ace designer's ensembles for the big day. Before we take you further, let us take a look at what Apeksha wore for her pre-wedding functions. (Also Read: This Curvy Bride Donned A Pretty Pastel Pink Lehenga With Double Dupatta, Giving Us Styling Lessons)
For mehendi ceremony, the bride had donned a white lehenga, which featured blue floral print all over it. She had accessorised her look with a statement satlada haar, matching earrings, and a maang teeka. Her groom, Monish Shah looked perfect with her as he had opted for a pastel blue kurta with Nehru jacket.
For her sangeet night, the bride had picked a pistachio green ensemble. She accessorised her look with statement earrings, a maang teeka and a choker neckpiece. She had finished off her look with a tied-back bun that accentuated her bridal glow.
For the big day, the bride had picked a beautiful crimson lehenga and it featured Sabyasachi's signature jaal embroidery work all over it. She had styled her ensemble with two dupattas. One over her shoulders and the other one over her head. She accessorised her look with a choker neckpiece, a layered-necklace and a maang teeka. Her look was completed with nude-toned makeup and a voluminous bun.
But the highlight of the day was her sister, Annushka, who had picked an exactly similar lehenga from Sabyasachi's collection. She had donned a gorgeous orange-coloured lehenga with floral embroidery. She had accessorised her look with diamond jewels. Her look was completed with an open hairdo with soft curls. (Don't Miss: This Bride Opts For White Bridal Chooda With Sabyasachi Bridal Lehenga, Proves White Is The New Red)
Well, we totally love this bride and her sister's look! What about you?