These celebrity brides ditched the traditional red 'lehenga-choli' on their wedding day. Instead they opted for a colour of their choice.
By Sonali Sachdeva
The gorgeousness had opted for a lavender lehenga with heavy embroidery and a 'choli' with beautiful sequinned sleeves. Her outfit was designed by Manish Malhotra.
Neha had looked surreal in her baby pink lehenga and 'choli'. She had worn a sheer 'dupatta' on her head with it. Her dress was designed by ace designer, Anita Dongre.
The actress had donned a pastel pink voluminous A-line lehenga. Her 'lehenga-choli' set was adorned with renaissance embroidery in subtle shades, which was designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Natasha had stunned in a pale gold lehenga adorned with dual tones of silver and gold embroidery. Her lehenga was from the shelves of ace designer, Manish Malhotra.
Neha Kakkar had flaunted her pastel pink lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her lehenga was studded with 'zardozi' and 'meenakari' accents. She had opted for the double 'dupatta' drape.
Rhea had aced her look in Anamika Khanna creation. She had worn a white 'chanderi' saree with a pearl veil. Along with it she had worn a cape which was made of pearls.
Mira had flauned her powder pink lehenga which had featured heavily detailed work done and dull gold embellishment. Her stunning outfit was from the shelves of designer, Anamika Khanna.
Kareena is a fashion diva and for her wedding, she didn't opt for a red dress. Instead, she had worn her mother-in-law’s rust colored wedding lehenga, which was studded with stones.
Soha had looked regal in her bridal outfit from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She had opted for a gold and ivory bridal lehenga and 'choli', with a bright orange mesh 'dupatta'.
Miheeka's wedding attire from Anamika Khanna was royal. Her white lehenga was intricately embroidered and had 'chikankari' and 'zardozi' work. She had teamed it with red 'dupatta' with floral motifs.
Amrita Puri had looked chic in a floral gold lehenga with colourful embroidery and sequin work. She had paired it with a semi-sleeved heavily embroidered blouse. Her dress was from Sabyasachi.
Rubina had donned a pinkish-white lehenga designed by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor. The lehenga had floral prints and had 'gotta-patti' embroidered border. Her blouse was filled with tiny floral prints.
Gul Panag's wedding dress was exceptionally unique. She had donned her mother’s wedding lehenga. Her wedding ensemble was in pink shade with golden leaf and floral embroidery.