By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
Every girl dreams of looking their best at their wedding, and thus, they search in every nook and cranny to find a special element to add to their wedding trousseau. From browsing all the wedding ensembles on the internet to taking inspiration from their mothers and grandmothers, the brides-to-be try everything under the sun to have the perfect bridal look. Well, what's a better way to revamp your bridal look than taking some hints from our favourite celeb brides?
Over the years, celebrities have left us awestruck with their style statements. And when it comes to their D-Day, the celeb brides have set the bar high for bridal fashion, managing to start a new trend. Among other trends, wearing a saree with a veil has become the most prominent one, as our favourite celeb brides have made it a must-have fashion statement. So, without further ado, let's have a look at some of the celeb brides who donned a saree with a veil at their wedding.
Bollywood actress, Alia Bhatt tied the knot with the love of her life, Ranbir Kapoor, on April 14, 2022. For her big day, Alia looked gorgeous in an ivory-coloured saree featuring fine tilla work from the shelves of the designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She paired her hand-dyed organza saree with a matching half-sleeved blouse. Layering her bridal look with an embroidered handwoven tissue veil, she accessorised her look with Sabyasachi jewellery, which featured uncut diamonds and hand-strung pearls. Moreover, her custom-made saree had 'the fourteenth of April' written on its pallu with golden embroidery.
For her intimate wedding, Dia Mirza opted for a traditional red Banarasi saree with intricate details embroidered all over it. Dia's bridal saree was from the homegrown label, Raw Mango, and it came with elaborate gold details woven along its length and border. Keeping it simple, Dia styled her saree with a matching half-sleeved blouse comprising visible motif detailing. The actress complemented her look with precious stone embroidery, including an ornate necklace, statement earrings, a maang teeka and bangles. With her hair held up in a neat updo, a sheer red veil with zari embroidery rounded up her bridal look.
Yami Gautam got married to her longtime beau, Aditya Dhar on June 4, 2021. For the wedding, the actress opted for her mother's red-coloured saree, which she had styled with a matching red veil. Her traditional odhani had a broad golden border and intricate gold embroidery all over it. Opting for minimal makeup, Yami accessorised her look with heavy gold jewellery, which added an extra charm to her overall look.
Patralekha and Rajkumar Rao got married in Chandigarh on November 15, 2021. For her big day, the actress turned into the most stunning traditional bride in a crimson red tulle saree featuring buti embroidery and customised accents. However, it was Patralekha's wedding veil, which made for the most eye-catchy component of her bridal attire. The veil featured intricate embroidery on the hemline, and the Bengali phrase 'Amar paran bhora bhalobasha ami tomay somorpon korilam,' which means 'I give my heart filled with love to you,' was written on it.
Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal tied the knot in a royal wedding on December 9, 2021. Katrina opted for a pastel tulle saree embellished with hand-cut English flowers from the designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee for one of her wedding festivities. To make a style statement, she paired it with a long vintage-inspired trailing veil that gave a wedding gown effect. Not just Katrina's saree, but her statement jewellery was also from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee, which included an uncut diamond broad choker neckpiece and matching earrings. She paid homage to her mother's British heritage by wearing vintage-styled couture and carrying hand-picked flowers in a bouquet.
Rhea Kapoor got married to Karan Boolani in an intimate wedding on August 14, 2021. Her simple yet elegant bridal look was bookmarked by many would-be brides, as it was something out of the box. Rhea aced her bridal look in a white chanderi silk saree from the ace designer, Anamika Khanna. Moreover, the uncut kundan and pearl jewellery added a regal touch to her overall bridal look, which she completed with open tresses. However, it was her heavenly pearl-studded veil that turned heads at her wedding. Rhea's vintage pearl veil was designed by well-known jewellery designer, Birdichand Ghanshyamdas, and it was indeed a masterpiece.
Would you like to try out this latest trend of adding a veil to your bridal saree on your D-Day? Let us know.