Check out these celeb divas who wore grand sarees for their wedding.
By Srijony Das
Ditching designer wear, Yami chose to wear her mother's self-designed 33-year-old wedding saree. She completed her look with minimal makeup and jewellery.
Dia opted for a traditional red 'Banarasi' saree from the brand, Raw Mango. She highlighted her overall look by draping a bright red hued organza 'dupatta'.
For her Konkani wedding, Deepika chose a royal Kanjeevaram saree in the shade rust orange. Coming from the brand, House of Angadi, it became an epitome of her Konkani roots.
Vidya had chosen a bright red and gold saree from the shelves of designer, Sabyasachi. She completed her look with bespoke temple jewellery and a floral 'gajra' for her hairdo.
Donning a complete Marathi look, Neha had worn a traditional 'Nauvari' saree in a pastel pink shade. She completed the look with lightweight 'polki' jewellery.
Angira chose to don a completely blushed look and wore a bright red, 'Banarasi' silk saree from the brand, Aari. She teamed up her look with a similar hued organza veil with minute gold threadwork.
Sayantani being the perfect Bengali bride, chose to wear a traditional handwoven red saree for her wedding. Coming from the shelves of Sabyasachi, she wore minimal jewellery to accessorise her look.
During her Christian wedding, Katrina paid respect to her English maternal roots and wore a pastel pink, tulle saree from Sabyasachi. It also featured a vintage-inspired trail.
Another Sabyasachi bride, Patralekhaa wore red tulle embroidered 'buti' sari paired with an embroidered veil. She complemented her look with 22K heritage jewels and uncut diamond jewellery.
Rhea chose to wear a classy white silk saree from the designer, Anamika Khanna. She paired it with an unconventional styled, pearl-beaded veil from the brand, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas.
Keeping in sync with her hurband's Malayali roots, Mouni opted for a classic red and white, 'Banarasi' temple silk saree. She also opted for traditional temple jewellery and a hair-length 'gajra'.
A Sabyasachi bride, Alia chose to wear an ivory hued, hand-dyed organza saree. The entire ensemble featured finely woven sequince and 'tilla' work. It was completed by a tissue veil.