Our favourite celebrities' wedding looks inspire us. However, a few brides took it to a higher notch and recreated their wedding looks.
By Shreya Sharma
Aanchal had recreated Deepika Padukone's Sindhi wedding look. She chose a bright red 'lehenga' with a beautiful peacock embroidery crafted on it with side tassels attached to it.
Aanchal had picked her wedding 'lehenga' from designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her blouse and 'dupatta' had the 'sada saubhagyavati bhav' border stitched to it.
NRI-bride, Riya Patel looked ethereal in the same 'Dil Guldasta lehenga' and green polki jewellery from Sabyasachi Mukherjee which Deepika Padukone wore for one of her wedding receptions.
In an interview with the Vogue magazine, Riya had revealed that it was love at first sight for her when she had seen Deepika's floral patchwork summer feel reception 'lehenga'.
Lisha successfully recreated 'begum' of Bollywood, Kareena Kapoor Khan's 'nikaah' look. She opted for designer, Payal Keyal's golden 'lehenga' with double 'dupatta'.
Lisha accessorised her look with an oversized 'maang teeka', a 'passa', a 'nath' and a choker neckpiece. Her dewy sheen makeup and outfit was similar to Kareena's 'nikaah' look.
A Sabyasachi bride, Madhumita Ghosh took inspiration from Anushka Sharma's wedding reception and wore the same saree for her wedding!
Madhumita wore Sabyasachi's Banarasi saree for her wedding and looked every bit ethereal. While Anushka had paired heavy jewellery to complete her look, Madhumita kept it simple.
Jessica Sanghvi recreated Neha Kakkar’s 'mehendi' 'lehenga'. While Neha had opted for quarter sleeved plain green blouse, Jessica wore her 'lehenga' with cut sleeves embroidered blouse.
Neha Kakkar had opted for Anita Dongre’s green 'banarasi lehenga', teaming it up with Anita Dongre’s choker set. A messy bun and nude makeup accentuated her look.
Sonam Basantani from Abu Dhabi. U.A.E. recreated the same bridal look as that of celebrity bride, Anushka Sharma. She became a Sabyasachi bride, keeping her 'lehenge' on similar lines as of Anushka.
Anushka Sharma was a Sabyasachi Mukerjee bride and wore a beautiful pale blush pink silk 'lehenga', hand-embroidered with Indian lotus motifs merging with European flora and fauna.
Blogger bride, Anusha Bhatt was utterly inspired by Sonam Kapoor's white and golden 'mehendi' look that she recreated the same for her 'mehendi'. She also tied her hair in similar manner with 'gajra'.
Sonam Kapoor wore Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla for her 'mehendi' function, which took eighteen months to be made. She wore a white 'chikankari' and zardozi work 'lehenga'.