It's season of weddings and here are a few celebrity brides who stole our hearts with their red wedding ensembles. Check out!
By Ankita Mukherjee
Neha Kakkar had two wedding ceremonies. For her Hindu wedding, the popular singer had opted for a red-coloured lehenga 'choli' intricately embroidered with silver thread from Falguni Shane Peacock.
Deepika Padukone had donned a maroonish red-coloured lehenga 'choli' with a customised 'dupatta' from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She had looked gorgeous in the couture.
Patralekhaa had wanted a minimalistic yet royal look for her wedding and thus she had opted for Sabyasachi's red-coloured embroidered saree and had paired it with an inscribed 'dupatta'.
Yami Gautam had recycled her family heirloom. She had worn her mother's red silk saree intricately embroidered with golden thread and had attached a matching 'dupatta' gifted by her maternal grandma.
Dia Mirza had kept her look simple but stunning. She had draped a red and golden combination silk 'Banarasi' saree from Raw Mango and had paired with diamond studded jewellery.
Preity Zinta had a royal Rajasthani look and had worn a red-coloured lehenga from Manish Malhotra with intricate embroidery in the border. She had paired it with a choker, 'matha patti', and a 'nath'.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas had looked gorgeous for her Hindu wedding in a red embellished lehenga 'choli' designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She had paired it with a long trailed veil.
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja had looked very pretty in a red and golden floral motif embroidered lehenga 'choli' designed by Anuradha Vakil. She had completed her look with heavy jewellery pieces.
Katrina Kaif had kept her look majestic. She had donned a red 'matka' silk lehenga with 'zardozi' embroidery from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She had paired it with custom-trimmed veil with 'kiran'.
Kajal Aggarwal had worn a lehenga from Anamika Khanna's collections. She had donned an intricately embroidered lehenga with multi-coloured floral motifs. She had paired it with heavy jewellery.
Bipasha Basu had channelised her inner bong beauty. She had draped a red and golden 'zari' embellished lehenga from Sabyasachi and had completed her look with 'chandan', heavy jewellery and 'mukut'.
Esha Deol Tatkhani had blown our minds away with her stunning red-coloured saree-styled lehenga embellished with 'zardozi' embroidery by Neetha Lulla. She had paired the look with heavy jewellery.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra had looked like an 'apsara' in a Tarun Tahiliani red lehenga with golden thread work and crystal embellishments. She had completed the look with diamond infused 'polki' jewellery.