DeepVeer's second wedding reception is being held in Mumbai on November 28 and here are the details along with a sneak peek at how her beautiful lehenga was made into this gorgeous piece by Sabyasachi.
A week after their Bengaluru reception, the newlyweds had flown to Mumbai a day after the lavish reception which was hosted by Deepika’s parents Ujjala and Prakash Padukone. It had several sportspersons and family members attending the function, and the couple has invited the Indian media for their first Mumbai reception, which will only have their close family members in attendance.
Invite & Venue
The beautiful and simple white and gold reception invite bears the names of the two families as the hosts of the evening. The guests have been invited to arrive for the reception from 8pm onwards at The Grand Hyatt hotel. Did you know that the post-wedding party hosted by Ranveer’s sister Ritika Bhavnani was also held at the same hotel, which will remain the venue of their third wedding reception for the film fraternity on December 1?
Looking at Ranveer and Deepika’s classy fashion choices, we wonder what the couple will wear here. But going by Deepika’s love for Sabyasachi’s designer wear, we expect her to wear one of his classy creations for this as well. For the record, Deepika had pulled off a Frida Kahlo in a Sabyasachi Dil Guldasta lehenga at their post-wedding dance party in Mumbai on Saturday. The couple’s Sikh wedding ensembles and jewellery were also from the same designer. Ranveer’s attire and Deepika’s jewellery for their Konkani wedding ceremony were also his creations.
The Second Mumbai Reception
The couple will host their third wedding reception for their B-town friends on December 1. As per reports, Ranveer has also invited 'Tiger Zinda Hai' actor Katrina Kaif.
Deepika's Wedding Lehenga
Ace fashion designer shared the making of deepika's wedding lehenga which is completely mesmerising. It urges you to get in touch with the designer for your own wedding, tell us if we are wrong! Checkout the video he shared and share the wedding craze with us.
She wore the breathtaking red lehenga at her Anand Karaj ceremony, which was hand painted and hand embroidered.
Called the Indian Revival Project, the video showcases the initial drawings of the designs and then takes the viewers on the journey of how the intricate sequin and peacock motif handiwork was done. It also shows how Deepika's much talked about 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhav' dupatta was hand-embroidered.