A modern traditionalist to the tee, Deepika Padukone’s focused on a revival of tradition. From handmade zari saris gifted by her mother for the traditional ceremony and reception, to an ethnic red lehenga by Sabysachi Mukherjee for the Anand Karaj, Padukone shows you how to marry the best of both worlds with style. The setting—a bit of East and West was complimented the mood.
Sonam Kapoor-Ahuja is your typical millennial bride— neither did she go over the top and nor was she understated. It was just the right mix of functional-chic. Some of the designers she chose were Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla, Anamika Khanna and Anuradha Vakil. The location wasn’t some far-fetched dream either, it was right up millennial style—close to home, friends and family.
There’s no reason to shy away from the spotlight on your big day, Priyanka didn’t! Think maximum impact—for over the top glamour it was head to toe sequins by Sabyasachi, a 75-foot long veil on a custom Ralph Lauren, diamonds and more diamonds with an Abu Sandeep sari and a shine-on-shine lehenga by Falguni and Shane Peacock. The location was a match too—the luxurious Umaid Bhawan Palace.
Artsy yet non-fussy, clourful yet minimalist, glamorous but understated; Anushka Sharma ticked all the boxes at her wedding. From a traditional look at her reception in Delhi, to a blushing bride on the day of her nuptials, there’s everything to love about her style. Anushka chose designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her trousseau. A heritage property in Tuscany served as the perfect backdrop.