Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli's wedding is when the entire celeb shaadi craze started to go viral on social media. Their intimate ceremony in Italy's Tuscany was exactly what dreams are made of. Green, floral, quaint and vintage--it was such a happy feeling to be a part of their wedding simply through pictures! Everything about the #Virushka wedding was ethereal including (and especially) Anushka's bridal lehenga.
‘A pale pink lehenga with Renaissance embroidery in vintage English colours embellished with silver-gold metal thread, pearls and beads’. It looked as fancy as it sounds. Crafted by the master couturier, Sabyasachi, Anushka's lehenga was hand-embroidered with tropical flora and fauna motifs. Did you know it took 67 karigars and 32 days to complete? Intricately embroidered with butterflies and bird patterns, the bespoke piece was designed to match the beautiful Tuscan surroundings.
Sabyasachi has become every desi bride's dream designer. And bride Payal Patel's dream came true when she got to wear the same Anushka wala lehenga to her wedding. Doesn't she look absolutely bewitching in it!
She even went for the same floral hairdo like Anushka's and we're like 'bloom, baby, bloom'. Fresh flowers for shaadi hairstyles look super pretty, don't they? Both of them went for white and pink roses and how! Wow!
For jewellery, the beautiful bride wore a polki necklace with emerald details. What a lovely contrast to the all-pink ensemble! Payal finished it off with a matching maang tikka and earrings set, and that's all she needed to look her stunning best for the D-day.
She kept the makeup light and dewy for her day wedding with smokey, kohl-rimmed eyes and luscious lashes adding all the drama to the look. Uff, nazar na lage! All she needed now was to pucker up in bright pink and that's exactly what she did. Happy brides are the prettiest has been proved once again.
Payal and Samir's wedding, or the #PaSha2019 wedding, was a destination one. Just like Virushka's Italy wedding, it took place at an equally exotic location - Kenya. Big fat Indian weddings are getting bigger and fatter, aren't they?