If you are a bride to be who wishes to take the traditional route for the wedding festivities, nothing like going for a saree. No outfit can indeed beat the saree, for it is traditional and trendy. A beautiful saree can be a good pick for a haldi, mehendi, or even a reception event. Which saree to pick? Here is a quick guide for you. Let's take a look at the times Bollywood celebrities opted for a saree for their wedding events.
Kajal Aggarwal's Yellow Organza Saree
For her roka ceremony, Kajal Aggarwal picked a sheer organza saree from the house of Manish Malhotra. Her bright coloured, yellow saree had floral embroidery and thread work. The hero of her look was a see-through blouse which came with a fringe detailed back.
Kajal Aggarwal's roka look was teamed with chandelier earrings and diamond kadas. If you want to keep it light yet stylish for a wedding event like roka or puja at home, you can go for a saree like this one.
Neha Kakkar's Yellow Georgette Saree
Neha Kakkar's pre-wedding festivities became the talk of the town and one reason was the outfits of the bride and groom to be. For her haldi ceremony, Neha Kakkar didn't go OTT with her look. She opted for a lightweight yellow georgette saree which she carried with a V neckline satin yellow blouse.
Beauty-wise, her hair were done in a floral bun. Her makeup was kept minimal with the look. For accessories, she wore a pair of big silver chandelier earrings and a pair of thick silver payal.
A lightweight and stylish look like this one is for the bride who wants to dance all night at the pre-wedding rituals.
Miheeka Bajaj's Kanjeevaram Saree
For her lockdown roka ceremony with Rana Daggubati, Miheeka Bajaj chose a peach and pink kanjeevaram saree. She paired her traditional saree with a heavy embellished pink blouse which came with a plunging neckline. Miheeka Bajaj's saree was matched with a pink embroidered dupatta.
Miheeka Bajaj's choice of accessories with her look was a statement gold necklace, matching earrings, and kadas. Her hair were done in soft curls, makeup was kept minimal. For a pre-wedding ritual like a roka or even the sangeet, you can opt for a kanjeevaram drape like this one.
Deepika Padukone's Gold Brocade Saree
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh hosted a couple of receptions for their friends and family. For their wedding reception in Bengaluru, Deepika's hometown, she chose a gold brocade saree from Angadi Galleria, which was a gift from her mother. She carried the saree with an ivory blouse from the house of Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Deepika Padukone's choice of accessories with the look was an emerald choker and a pearl necklace. Her hair were done in a sleek bun, accentuated with fresh mogra. Beauty wise, her makeup was kept glossy and rounded off with a red lip colour.
If you want to take the royal route for the roka or after wedding party then a saree like this one should be your pick.
Anushka Sharma's Banarsi Red Saree
A banarasi saree like this one can be your pick for your wedding reception or even the sangeet. Anushka Sharma was dressed in a beautiful red and golden Banarasi silk saree. Her saree from Sabyasachi Mukherjee was created by artisans from the Peeli Kothi area in Banaras. Her saree had intricate motifs and a thick zari border. It was paired with a matching high neck blouse.
For accessories, Anushka Sharma went for a heritage choker with uncut diamonds from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's bridal jewellery collection. Her look was rounded off with a matte makeup base, bindi, sindoor, and the traditional red chooda.
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