Take a look at these real brides, who had chosen the ace-designer, Manish Malhotra to design their favourite pink lehengas for their D-Day.
By Pratishtha Ghosh
This real Manish Malhotra had flaunted a extravagant pink lehenga with a melange of 'zardosi' and sparkling Swarovski. Her dazzling diamond jewellery did complete justice to her look.
For her wedding at Oberoi in Gurgaon, this real bride had looked ethereal in a pink Kashmiri embroidered lehenga enhanced with sequins, beads, and pearls paired with a signature Manish Malhotra veil.
This plus-size bride had looked stunning in a pink lehenga encrusted with crystal and sequins embroidery as she had tied the knot with her soulmate, Shaurya Bhargava.
This real Manish Malhotra bride had adorned an embroidered lehenga with stone work and made heads turn with her unique blouse. She had completed her look with tresses left open and simple jewellery.
This real bride had opted for a mirror-work lehenga with a tint of pink from Manish Malhotra's 'Taban' creation which enthralled through its trickling sequins.
Adorned in Manish Malhotra's palette of regal weaves, this real bride's rose pink lehenga was handcrafted by artisans, who had used embellishments like 'zari', 'zardosi' in sequins and metal wires.
This bride had embarked onto a new journey of her life in a dramatic flair of Flush fuschia lehenga hand embroidered in champagne metallic threadwork, zardozi, sequins, tassels and silver crystals.
This real bride opted for a peony pink lehenga which was accentuated in Kashmiri craft, pearl and sequin embellishments. To give the bride her final touch, was a cascading floral rimmed head veil.
This Manish Malhotra bride picked up a blush pink handcrafted signature lehenga laid on a bed of sequins, taking away everyone's breath.
This real bride donned a Manish Malhotra lehenga in the hues of pastel pink for her wedding. This blush pink ensemble with sequinned thread work is to die for!
This real bride was lucky enough to get her bridal 'dupatta' draped by the ace-designer himself as she wore a baby pink lehenga. Oh and not to forget her floral bun which was worth appreciating!