Bollywood weddings have always been known for lavish celebrations. They are now finding footing on the lands of tradition and culture, Rajasthan as the next wedding destination for its smorgasbord of experiences and unique cultural melting pot environment, wearing a heavily embroidered lehenga with hefty, embellished crop top blouse design paired with designer jewellery that sets the mood of the wedding. These top B-Town celebs have got social media scrolling among millions. Check out these celebrity wedding attires of your favourite stars.
The recent wedding of Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra has taken over our social media channels. The bride and the groom had a traditional fairytale wedding against a grand backdrop in Suryagarh, Jaisalmer. For her wedding, Kiara Advani had tethered traditional rituals with classic beauty choices. The bride chose a delicate lehenga with ivory and pink champagne undertones, designed by Manish Malhotra and the groom opted for a sherwani adored with gold zardozi embroidery. Kiara’s muted makeup and minimal mehendi exuded contemporary choices, and the floral up do and red bindi detail were a nod to Indian bridal culture.
The Shershaah star took the theme a step further for her star-studded Mumbai reception by enhancing her features and topping it off with glowy, dewy makeup to match her cocktail monochrome gown.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee is the go-to name for brides in India. No Sabyasachi bride is complete without jewellery from the label. Katrina Kaif had worn a choker made of uncut diamonds set in 22K gold detailed with hand-strung pearls, paired with a stunning classic Sabyasachi red bridal lehenga with fine tilla work and meticulously embroidered zardozi borders in velvet. To honour the groom's Punjabi roots, her veil was custom-trimmed with hand-beaten silver electroplated in gold.
The groom Vicky Kaushal wore an ivory silk sherwani with intricate marori embroidery and iconic Sabyasachi handcrafted gold-plated Bengal Tiger buttons. The border and pallu of the shawl are zari marori embroidered. It is made of tussar georgette. The gold Benarasi silk tissue safa is coupled with a handcrafted kilangi and statement necklace from Sabyasachi Heritage Jewellery that is set with emeralds, brilliant cut and rose cut diamonds, quartz, and tourmalines in 18k gold.
The Brahmāstra star tied the nuptial knot on April 14, 2022, in a beautiful intimate ceremony at their residence in Bandra, Mumbai. For the wedding Alia wore a hand dyed ivory organza saree embroidered with fine tilla work and an embroidered handwoven tissue veil. Ranbir Kapoor, the delighted groom, complimented the blushing bride by looking stunning in an ivory Sabyasachi sherwani with uncut diamond buttons, a silk organza safa, and a shawl with zari marori embroidery.
Alia Bhatt's wedding attire featured gold jewellery by Sabyasachi Heritage Jewellery, including a choker, jhumkas, and bangles, to complement the gold embroidery on her ivory fancy organza saree. Uncut diamonds and hand-strung pearls were used in every item. Her hair was done in a half-up, half-down style, providing the ideal backdrop for her matha patti.
The Bollywood actor Mouni Roy married longtime partner Suraj Nambiar in a small ceremony in Goa, a tropical state, in January 2022. Roy and Nambiar honoured both of their backgrounds and finalized the union. On January 27, 2022, the bride arrived at the mandap with her entourage of 11 bridesmaids, including those who were all wearing the traditional Kerala kasavu saris for the occasion. The upcoming bride shone in a red and white Garad silk sari, a timeless outfit completed with traditional temple gold jewellery. The groom, dressed in a light gold kurta set, matched his bride.
Mouni Roy who hails from West Bengal’s Cooch Behar, the duo also wed in a Bengali ceremony. The bride also visited Kolkata-based designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her bridal attire, a stunning crimson lehenga, as a reference to her ethnic background. The veil's border was written with the Sanskrit words "Aayushmati Bhava," which translates to "being blessed," and added to the traditional appearance with Sabyasachi's hallmark crafts.
If you're a bride who prefers to keep things simple, an ivory saree, like Bhatt's bridal look, is one to save. While the actress wore it for her pheras, you can use it for your engagement ceremony as well. You can also make it work for a cocktail party if you style it with diamond or coloured stoned pieces. If you’re a bride that loves to cherish the moment by wearing a priceless outfit, then you can opt for the Sabyasachi collections’ crimson lehenga that Mouni Roy wore for her wedding, or you can also add heavy embroidered net fabric lehengas. Scroll down to find something similar for your special occasion right now.