This Bride Wore A Pink Sabyasachi Lehenga With Matching Pink Chooda For Her Anand Karaj Ceremony

If pink is your favourite colour, we are sure, you have decided to wear it for your big day, just like this bride. Meet our 'bride of the week', who wore a Sabyasachi lehenga in gorgeous pink!


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This Bride Wore A Pink Sabyasachi Lehenga With Matching Pink Chooda For Her Anand Karaj Ceremony

Your wedding day is literally the day to make all your fairytale moments come true! You anxiously wait for this ever since your boyfriend proposed you with a diamond rock in his hand. While the days before the wedding is most stressful, it is also one of the best experience and memories of it are cherished forever in our hearts. From finalising the wedding date to selecting the venue, food and invites, invites, the minutest of the details take up all your time. But the most important one is the dress of a bride. (Recommend Read: This Bride Wore Anushka Sharma's Red Saree From Delhi Reception For Her Wedding But With A Twist)

We all have dreamt of wearing the prettiest outfit as we walk under the phoolon ki chadar. However, if you are one of those girly girls, who love pink in everything, then your outfit needs are sorted as all shades of pink will be your go-to-outfit for your wedding day. And by now, you have convinced your parents to get you a pink-coloured lehenga and if, in case, you have not? Then our 'bride of the week' will help you in doing the need. 

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Meet our latest bride, Kiran Chatha, who had gotten married to her best friend in an Anand Karaj ceremony. However, the bride won our hearts by donning everyone's favourite designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee ensemble in her favourite colour pink. And she took her bridal game a step up by opting for an exactly matching pink chooda. But before, we share more details with you, let us take a look at what all she 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 her sangeet ceremony, the bride had picked a powder blue lehenga with golden embroidery and a sheer sleeves choli. She had kept her look subtle with just a pair of statement earrings and floral hand jewellery. She had completed her look with wavy hair tied in half and half down hair.

For her mehendi ceremony, the bride had opted for a yellow sharara with cream dupatta and pants. She had accessorised her look with gota earrings. Her look was finished off with hair tied in a pony and floral adornment. 

For the wedding day, Kiran had picked Sabyasachi Mukherjee's rani pink lehenga with his signature floral embroidery all over it. Along with it, she had donned an exactly matching chooda and minimalistic kaleeras. She had adorned a choker neckpiece with matching earrings and a maang teeka. On the other hand, her groom had opted for a beige sherwani with a pink stole and a pink turban.

For the reception night, Kiran had yet again made our heads turn with her Manish Malhotra lehenga. She had donned a floral beige-colour ensemble while her husband had opted for a black tuxedo. 

We love the bride's choice of lehenga! What about you?

Cover and Images Courtesy: Kiran Chatha