By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
A wedding needs a lot of planning, from decor to guest list to food platters. But what takes most of a bride's time is to finalise her wedding ensemble. To organise a wedding with perfection a bride has to pick and choose everything very minutely. And to dazzle in her own wedding, a bride opts for the fashion designers. Nowadays, we tend to see brides dazzling at their wedding, wearing subtle ivory or blush pink or champagne gold coloured wedding couture, breaking all the stereotypical notion of laal shaadi ka joda.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee, the ace fashion designer is turning the bridal fashion bar in a different way, making it more trendy, more comfortable and more up-to-date so that the brides can remain hassle-free on their big day. With his unique colour blocks, embroidered patterns, and the best craftsmanship, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's designs stand out among the rest. We came across a bride, who had opted for a blush pink theme for her wedding day and had worn a stunning embellished lehenga. Without any further ado, let's check it out!
Bride, Saumya Chopra had chosen the ace fashion designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, to design her wedding lehenga, and it's everything aesthetic. She had worn a blush pink-coloured lehenga with intricate floral patches embroidered with silver and copper thread, zari and beads. It had a broad mesh patterned embroidery on the border. She had paired it with a heavily embellished champagne-coloured backless choli adorned with heavily-embellished tassels detailing at the back and double dupattas.
The then bride-to-be, Saumya had donned matching patterned blush pink-coloured double dupattas. One dupatta was pinned on her shoulder, while the other one was attached to her bun. The sheer dupattas had a sleek copper-coloured zari embroidery at the hemline and buti embellishment all over it.
For jewellery, Saumya had opted for her ancestral pieces. She had completed her look with some stunning statement jewellery pieces, including a diamond and pearl-studded jadau neckpiece, matching chandbali jhumkis, a meenakari broad matha patti, a South Indian nath, haath phool, chooda, and a bunch-patterned kaleeras. She had kept her hair middle-parted and pulled up in a neat bun to adorn it with pink roses and carnations.
For makeup, Saumya had chosen dewy makeup with bold eyes to have a contrasting effect. She had accentuated her look with a light foundation, pink and mauve-coloured smokey eyeshadow, kohl-rimmed lower lash line and thick eyeliner. She had defined her eyebrows and had completed the look with thick eyelashes, contoured cheeks with a copper blush tone and nude brown lip shade.
Her groom had complimented his bride with perfection and had looked dapper in a blush-pink coloured floral printed sherwani suit. He had completed his look with a pastel pink-coloured pagdi and a pearl and stone-studded three-tier neckpiece with emerald beads attached to it to add a pop of colour. The couple had looked picture perfect in every moment that was captured.
We are absolutely crushing on the bride's wedding look. Let us know if you have liked the blush tone in her lehenga with a champagne coloured embroidery!