Check out these famous Bollywood divas in their stunning designer reception outfits.
By Srijony Das
For one of her receptions, Deepika wore a molten gold-hued Kanjeevaram saree, from the brand, The House of Angadi. She paired it with a full-sleeved ivory hued-blouse, along with statement jewellery.
Bipasha looked stunning in an ivory and gold dual tone 'lehenga' from the ace designer, Sabyasachi. The outfit was a culmination of traditional weaves in a modern silhouette.
Anushka donned a bright red, 'Banarasi' silk saree from the shelves of Sabyasachi. She looked magnificent in a bun, heavy jewellery and smokey eye makeup.
Sonam donned this mahogany and ivory hued lehenga for her reception, from the ace designer, Anamika Khanna. The lehenga featured an asymmetrical zig-zag pattern all over it.
Another Sabyasachi bride, Sagarika opted for this gorgeous champagne-hued lehenga from the same designer. She completed her look with nude makeup and traditional jewellery.
Mira opted for a unique ivory and blue lehenga from Manish Malhotra for her wedding reception. Her lehenga featured intricate embroidery detailing and some floral patterns in blue.
Priyanka wore a silver-white delicately embroidered lehenga from the designer duo, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. Red lips, minimal makeup and a diamond neck-piece completed her look.
Asin wore a pastel-hued lehenga from Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. She flaunted open tresses, minimal 'mehendi' and diamond jewellery.
Preity looked stunning in a custom-made, bright red gown for her wedding reception. Red being the actresses' favourite colour, she chose to wear the same from the shelves of Manish Malhotra.
Patralekha looked every bit royal in a muted gold-hued Kanjeevaram silk saree from Sabyasachi. She paired it with heritage jewellery pieces and tucked in some red roses for her hairdo.
For her reception, Shibani opted for light peach-hued embellished saree from the shelves of Anamika Khanna. She tried her tresses in a loose bun, and wore statement jewellery.
Ankita Lokhande opted to wear a stunning rust-hued Kanjeevaram from the shelves of Sabyasachi. She donned the perfect traditional look with heritage jewellery.