Bollywood actor Dia Mirza got married to businessman Vaibhav Rekhi recently in an intimate ceremony. The couple broke the news by sharing pictures from their D-day on social media.
For her low-key wedding in Mumbai, Dia Mirza picked a traditional red Benarasi saree. Her red saree had a thick golden border. She paired the saree with a simple red dupatta which she took over her head.
Dia Mirza's Benarasi Red Saree
Dia Mirza looked like a dream in a simple red silk saree from Raw Mango for her day wedding. Her saree had a thick gold border which was beautifully draped. She completed her bridal look with a plain red dupatta with a thick gold border. Her choice of accessories with bridal wear was a statement necklace from Tyaani Jewellery. It was a Camila South Sea pearl choker with matching earrings, maangtika, handcrafted bracelets.
Her hair were done in a beautiful low gajra bun. Just like her outfit, her makeup was kept minimal, kohl lined eyes, brown nude lips and coral blush. Her makeup was rounded off with a red bindi.
Well, it is not just Dia Mirza who kept her bridal look minimal yet traditional. Many other B-town actresses opted to take the saree route for their wedding day. Have a look.
For her wedding with Sidharth Roy Kapor in 2012, Vidya Balan opted for a traditional red saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. For those who don't know, Vidya Balan loves sarees and is often spotted carrying them. For her D-day and even the pre-wedding rituals, Vidya Balan reportedly got 18 sarees designed by ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her Madras silk sarees had beautiful motifs and thick borders.
For her day wedding, Vidya Balan was dressed in a bright red saree with a thick gold border and motifs all over. She completed her bridal look with layered South Indian necklaces, matching earrings, and a traditional red choora. Her makeup was kept minimal, just the way she likes it, kohl-rimmed eyes and a nude coloured lipstick.
Sagarika Ghatge and Zaheer Khan got married in the year 2017 in a court marriage. The couple kept their big day really simple and picked simple outfits. The Chak De India actress wore a simple red saree from the house of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Her plain saree with a thick border was paired with an intricately embroidered blouse (Sabyaschi Mukherjee Blouses). She completed her wedding look with oxidised silver jewellery. She also wore traditional green bangles. Her hair were pulled off in a low bun. Sagarika Ghatge kept her makeup minimal with just kohl and a bold lip colour.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Aishwarya Rai's outfit pick for her wedding rituals was a traditional Kanjeevaram saree which was designed by Neeta Lulla. The golden saree had Swarovski crystals and real gold thread work. Her saree cost somewhere around Rs. 75 Lakhs reportedly. It is said to be one of the most expensive outfits any Bollywood actress has ever worn.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's wedding look was completed with a matha patti, a statement choker, and matching earrings. Her hair were tied in a braid which was accentuated with loads of gajra and traditional golden accessories.
Kajol loves keeping her outfits minimal even today and back then for her wedding too she took the simple, traditional route with a plain dark green saree with a golden border. She looked like a typical Maharashtrian bride. She completed her look with a traditional gold choker and matching earrings. Her bridal look was completed with traditional green and gold bangles.
Which bridal saree do you love the most and why? Share your thoughts with us! For more such stories around fashion, stay tuned!