The wedding season brings a lot of excitement paired with new fashion trends. But, the one person that struggles the most to find the right outfit is the BRIDE. From Chandni Chawk to Sabyasachi outlets, the cluster of brides-to-be environs every place where they can find a standout wedding dress. But every bride needs the inspiration to visualize an outfit that will suit her the best on her BIG DAY.
Who can be a better inspiration than Bollywood brides? Whether it’s the reel dresses they wore on-screen or the outfits that they carry in real life, every look has its uniqueness and can be repeated in the same manner; even a little improvisation won’t hurt. But, what excites us the most is the bridal looks of our favorite actresses and we often dream of looking like a B-Town diva on our D-day, and thus we have picked the best Bollywood bridal looks that we can redo to look no less than Bollywood beauties.
Without talking much, let’s just walk through all the real Bollywood bridal looks that can incite ladies who are soon going to be a bride and want something fresh to take ideas from.
21 Real Bollywood Bridal Looks to Takes Inspiration from
1. Katrina Kaif
Katrina tied the nuptial knot with Bollywood heartthrob Vicky Kaushal on December 9
th, 2021. She donned a red lehenga by Sabyasachi with a “custom-trimmed with handmade Kiran in hand-beaten silver electroplated in gold”, to pay homage to the Punjabi roots of her groom. She accessorized her overall look with regal gold jewelry designed by none other than Sabyasachi.
2. Deepika Padukone
Deepika Padukone’s wedding lehenga with a beautiful customized
dupatta was pure dreamy. The outfit was designed by the B-town’s best designer, Sabyasachi; a traditional crimson lehenga with gold work, bold hue, and intricate detailing. Deepika has set new goals for every bride-to-be.
3. Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra’s big fat wedding was a collection of numerous events. But what caught the most attention was the Indian wedding ceremony in which she was wearing a
traditional color red Sabyasachi lehenga. The lehenga had sequin details overall, hand-cut organza flowers, French knots in silk floss, delicate Siam-red crystals, along with thread work embroidery. The lehenga was created by 110 embroiderers in 3720 hours. She was accessorized with multi-strand Polki rani haar having uncut diamonds and emeralds, waistband, Nath, and a beautiful maang tikka.
4. Yami Gautam
Yami Gautam- the beauty of mountains, wore a deep red silk saree, with a blouse of the same color and a veil with a golden border. She added a choker, a long neck piece and a big maang-tikka, and a large nose ring. She completed her wedding look with chooda on her wrist and a beautiful golden sparkling kalire. Later it was revealed by a blogger that the saree was of her mother and it was 33 years old. The blogger tweeted “#yamigautam wear her mother saree and self-done bridal makeup in the wedding Simply beautiful @yamigautam.”
5. Ankita Lokhande
Ankita Lokahnde has recently got married to his bae Vicky Jain and the event of marriage was no short of sensational marriage. Ankita was spotted wearing a golden lehenga designed by Manish Malhotra. It was one fine piece of her “Nooraniyat” collection and tool “1600 hours of elaborate craftsmanship” to create. Ankita was looking like a fairy-is-wearing-lehenga that had “intricately hand embroidered in gold crystal beads and antique zardosi with geometric artwork”. The main highlight of her attire was the trailing veil that featured tassel detailing.
6. Anushka Sharma
Anushka said in an interview to Vogue, that she wanted to wear something different, something in pastels, and not the usual red color since it was a day event. She added I envisioned pastel colors, flowers. The vibe was such—not too much.” Sabyasachi made her dream come true with a voluminous lehenga with fresh-sort of embroidery in vintage English colors embellished with silver-gold metal thread, pearls, and beads. Anushka’s jewelry was handpicked from the “Heritage” collection of Sabyasachi and handcrafted with syndicate uncut diamonds, pale pink spinel, and baroque Japanese cultured pearls.
7. Neha Dhupia
With an understated costume, and statement jewelry, Neha Dhupia was looking like a fairytale-esque bride. Neha Dhupia donned a choker which is called Gulband necklace. The necklace was made up of uncut diamond and emerald beads. She wore a matching pair of jhumkas and a maang tikka and a fushia Bindi. The sleek bun made the entire look classy and subtle.
8. Mouni Roy
Mouni Roy opted for a classic red lehenga at her wedding. She chose the Bengali designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee to craft her D-day dress and he did complete justice to her look. The lehenga featured a plunging neckline, synonymous with Sabyasachi’s label, and heavy gold embroidery. Also, the skirt has a heavy flare with gold motifs and a heavy thick gold border in zardozi. The veil had “Aayushmati Bhava” which means being blessed, inscribed on its border.
9. Natasha Dalal
Natasha Dalal, a wife of Varun Dhawan and a famous designer, wore a silver lehenga on her wedding day. Her choli was designed and embellished with silverwork and has a lot of detailing with sheer sleeves. Natasha, being a fashion designer, didn’t rely on any other brand than hers. She paired her flowy lehenga with a dupatta with silver detailing. She completed her look with matching bangles and silver kaliras. She also added maang tikka with a matching necklace and a pair of statement silver drop earrings.
10. Dia Mirza
Dia Mirza- the Hyderabadi princess got married recently. Her marriage was all about saving the environment and “keeping it minimal”. She didn’t wear anything heavy that she can’t use later in her life. She styles the red saree including a floral barfi jaal with butas paired with Rridha silk blouse. She also added customized Nafisa organza red odhani to complete her look. To accessorize, she wore a heavy pearl choker, earrings encrusted with emerald and stone, and a maang tikka with handcrafted Kangan or bracelets. She combined everything with a simple round red bindi, middle-parted low bun, sleek eyeliner, subtle eye shadow, dewy skin, and red lips.
11. Gauhar Khan
Gauhar Khan and Zaid Darbar’s nikah ceremony was no short of a regal event. But, the outfit that Gauhar wore on her D day was a treat to eyes. The ivory color outfit matched the understated vibes of the surroundings. Gauhar donned gharara that was created by Pakistan’s fashion designer Saira Shakira, with the label Laam. The knee length kurti was crafted with sequined work all over the border and she carried the same colored dupatta and handcrafted exquisite maharani jewelry by Razwada Jewels.
12. Sonam Kapoor
Sonam Kapoor-the fashionista of Bollywood has never failed to give us major fashion goals. And, she lived up to our expectations with her bridal look too. Sona, wore a bridal lehenga in red that was designed by Anurasha Vakil. She completed her look with matha patti paired with mang tika. The lehenga consisted of a traditional look and feel because of the red skirt with paneled golden border along with lotus and motif flowers designed with gotta and goldwork. The dupatta was based on the same work on the red net.
13. Kajal Aggarwal
Kajal Aggarwal’s pre-pandemic wedding was no short of regal event. Kajal donned a moody-burgundy shade lehenga that displayed the maroon and purple hues under lighting. On the rich velvet fabric, the blouse was sleeveless. The skirt was voluminous and surprisingly it had pockets. Her jewelry was a stunning amalgamation of different craftsmanship techniques. From pearl, sequin zardosi, zari and thread work in contrasting shades of blue and yellow, all you can find is richness.
14. Ptaralekha Paul
Patralekha Paul- the Bengali bride of Raj Kumar Rao proved to be a stunner in her trousseau. In her red tulle embroidered buti sari from B-Town’s favorite designer Sabyasachi, Partalekha set a new fashion trend with her mesmerizing wedding outfit. Her traditional red attire, paying a nod to her heritage, made her look like a fairy from heaven. Also, she adorned the classic shakha-pola (red and white nuptial bangles), a pattern of white and red sandalwood above her brows and alta on her hands and feet.
15. Urmila Matondkar
One of the finest pieces from the latest Regal Threads Collection, the Lehenga that Urmila donned at her wedding was extravagant. Her red traditional lehenga was accessorized with jewelry that included a choker, a delicate polka Matha Patti, and layered gold necklaces. But the major highlight of her look was green bangles that gave off an old-world charm. And, to complete the look she donned a contrasting baby-pink dupatta that was uplifting the glamor scale of her red and golden outfit.