Ditching the traditional red, these brides look stunning in green ensembles from shelves of designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Take a look!
By Srijony Das
The bride looks all the more glowing with her neon-green lehenga from Sabyasachi. She pairs it with stunning pearl and diamond jewellery.
The bride opted a deep green-hued lehenga, with exquisite floral designs. Her choice of deep hue is highlighted by the peach-hued 'dupatta'.
The Sabyasachi bride opts for a cream-hued 'choli' and bottle green lehenga for her pre-wedding festivities. Her exquisite emerald jewellery steals the show.
This Sabyasachi bride wore a turquoise green lehenga for her wedding. Her peach-pink-hued 'dupatta' highlights her complete ensemble.
The bride opted for a royal green ensemble from Sabyasachi. The intricately woven 'zardozi' borders and floral embellishments add that extra oomph of royalty.
This Sabyasachi bride looks all-glowing in her unique choice of pastel green lehenga, featuring floral designs all over. However, the stunning 'meenakari' borders on the 'dupatta' makes it radiant.
For her engagement ceremony, this Sabyasachi bride wore a muted green, heavily sequinned saree from the same label. Her minimal choice of diamond jewellery is absolutely chic.
The Sabyasachi bride opted for a moss green lehenga, featuring unique hand-painted flowers. Her 'dupatta' features golden 'zari' borders.
The Sabyasachi bride makes a stunning entry in a faded green lehenga, featuring dense gold embroidery. She complements her look with bold makeup and smokey eyes.
The Sabyasachi bride chose a heavily embellished dark green-hued lehenga. Her outfit features 'zari' and embroidery work all over it.
For her pre-wedding festivities, the bride wears a light green, heavily sequinned lehenga from Sabyasachi. Open tresses and minimal makeup completed her look.
For her 'mehendi' ceremony, the bride opted for a modern look and wore a pastel green organza saree from Sabyasachi. She completed her look with a statement choker and earrings and floral accessories.
This Sabysachi bride looks every bit royal in her sea green hued lehenga. It features heavy embellishments all over, as well as minute embroidery in gold.
The bride gives off a contemporary look with her modern choice of silhouette from Sabyasachi. Notice how her differently her lehenga has been draped.
The Sabyasachi bride opted for a mellow green lehenga, which is highlighted by delicate embroidery in beige, pink and peach. Heritage jewellery completes her look.
The Sabysachi bride contrasts her moss-green silk saree with a marron velvet bouse. Her choice of traditional jewellery uplifts her look manifold.
Making a combination of two different hues of green, the Sabyasachi bride paired her royal green 'choli' with a sap green organza 'dupatta'.
This Sabyasachi bride experiments with her look as she does not match her deep green lehenga with both her 'choli' and 'dupatta'. However, the rust-hued 'choli' elevates her look to a new level.
The Sabysachi bride wears typical Rajasthani traditional 'bandhani' lehenga. Her unique 'dupatta' contrasts the green with a bright crimson hue.
The Sabysachi bride wore a light green-hued lehenga. However, it is the stunning gold embroidery on the green base, that makes it look gorgeous.