We still can't get over Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta's lavish wedding. The two got married in a royal wedding ceremony followed by some amazing celebrations with the who's who from the world of Bollywood, Cricket and Business. Their wedding that took place last month is still one of the most talked about topics. After Holi, the wedding season is once again back and if you are looking for some cues then you have landed on the right page. An unseen picture of newly wed Shloka Mehta is doing rounds on the internet and we are going crazy! This one is from Shloka Mehta's Sangeet ceremony. In one of the pictures, Akash too can be seen posing with Shloka.

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For the Sangeet ceremony, she wore a light purple coloured lehenga with a lot of detail. The lehenga has around 50,000 crystals and glass beads. She wore an off shoulder choli with the lehenga with a statement choker and two heavy bangles. Her makeup was kept simple, with just some shimmery eyeshadow, light colour on the lips and some highlighter. Her hair were curled and left open. Don't Miss Shloka Dances To Mujhko Hui Na Khabar, Unseen Videos From Akash, Shloka Wedding

Love Story Lehenga

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What is unusual about the lehenga? The detailing? The crystal work? That's not all, the lehenga has the entire love story of Akash and Shloka written on it. This lehenga has been designed by Kresha Bajaj. She shared these latest pictures on her Instagram handle and captioned them, "The absolutely lovely @shloka11 at her Sangeet in a Crystal Lovestory Lehenga detailing her and Akash’s entire story! Hand embellished with over 50,000 crystals, sequins and glass beads." 


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If you have been following Akash and Shloka's wedding closely and taking cues then you can't miss this one too. This is an unusual lehenga that every girl would love to have! 

This was a great idea to get the love story right on the lehenga. It is also a great way to express love for your partner. Well, Shloka had her planning on point! Meanwhile, what are your thoughts on this lehenga? Would you take inspiration from this lehenga for your wedding? Share your thoughts!