UK bride wears a beautiful pink Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding
What’s an Indian wedding without oodles of emotions, crazy partying and mouth watering food. From decor to photography and the most important of all- bridal lehenga. This gorgeous bride chose a Sabyasachi blush pink lehenga for her wedding day. Well, who doesn’t want to be a Sabyasachi bride, isn’t he the best! Every girl dreams of wearing a stunning creation by Sabyasachi on her big day. Chandni, the bride wore a beautiful blush pink lehenga on her big day.
This UK wedding was as dreamy as a fairytale, a scenic mansion, with lush green gardens, sun kissed pictures of the couple and the amazing wedding looks. Take a look at Chandni’s wedding that took place at Boreham House in England.
The bride, Chandni stunned in a blush-pink Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding in Boreham House, UK. The lehenga was intricately embellished with precious stones all over it. The colour perfectly went with the day wedding theme.
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Bride in a blush pink lehenga by Sabyasachi
Along with the lehenga, the bride opted for a matching stone-embellished choli with a princess-cut neckline. Moreover, she paired it with dual dupattas, which included a matching blush-pink one adorned with a broad border, tightly secured on her shoulder. Another dupatta featuring a trellis pattern all over it was tucked on her head.
Chandni paired her ensemble with a subtle yet glowy makeup, which included highlighted cheeks, winged eyes, glossy lips and a small stone bindi. In addition, the bride accesorised her look with polki jewellery, a shesh patti . We are in awe of her blush-pink, diamond-embedded chooda, a sleek haath phool and three-tiered silver bell kaleeras.
On the other hand, Chandni’s groom, Sunny looked handsome in a white-coloured, heavily embellished bandhgala suit paired with a matching stole, pants and a belt. Altogether, the duo looked simply drool-worthy on their wedding day.
Well, we are mesmerised by these amazing wedding pictures and the bride’s Sabyasachi lehenga. What do you guys think of this look?