The Sabyasachi Bride Dazzled In A White-Hued Lehenga Adorned With ‘Moti’ And Muti-Coloured ‘Zari’

The Sabyasachi bride opted for a white-hued floral lehenga from the ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and looked picture perfect at her ‘Anand Karaj’ ceremony.

Every wedding has its uniqueness, and with it comes its exclusive choice of wedding dresses worn by the bride and groom. Gone are the days when just a few colours were seen in bridal couture. Now we can find the brides experimenting with all kinds of shades to define their mood and personality. Unconventional shades such as off-white, grey, ivory, light pink, bronze have also become a fashion statement for the millennial brides. The brides set the trend with these choices and take their wedding fashion to a different level.

But sitting far away from the country and selecting a wedding dress that can take forward our culture’s rich heritage has its difficulties. To find such wedding couture, every bride-to-be keeps a close eye on none other than Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s designer collection. Sabyasachi’s bridal collection has gained a lot of popularity worldwide by following simple yet elegant design philosophy. And this is when we stumbled upon the bride, who had donned a gorgeous white-hued lehenga from Sabyasachi for her Anand Karaj ceremony in California, USA. 

The bride Jasmeen Samran and groom Taj Samran had ditched the usual coloured lehenga and sherwani respectively. The bride had opted a classic white-hued floral lehenga. Jasmeen had dazzled in the floral printed lehenga adorned with heavily embellished motif work, filled with minute detailing of motis and multi-coloured zari all over it.

Jasmeen had paired the lehenga with a white net dupatta adorned with a multi-coloured shimmery border. She had completed her look with a stone-studded choli accentuated with floral patterns. The bride had also flaunted a bouquet of white roses which had completely matched with her ensemble and had added a charm to her overall look. 

The bride had teamed her wedding look with a dense kundan adorned with uncut diamonds and green drops, matching earrings, a maang teeka, a nath, a haathphool, and a traditional chooda set along with single kaleeras featuring trinkets.

Jasmeen’s subtle makeup had included nude lipstick, smokey brown eyes, a small bindi and light mascara. She had completed her makeup with a neat bun and had added some white roses to it, making her look perfect.

Jasmeen’s groom, Taj Samran, had donned a white-hued sherwani with a matching doshala just as his bride’s white-hued lehenga along with a green turban. His wedding attire had featured stone and pearls designed in floral patterns that had made him look no less than a Maharaja

The couple had also donned in a Sabyasachi designer ensemble for their reception party. Jasmeen had opted for a stunning moss-green lehenga featuring floral motifs adorned with stones and a golden zari border. She had paired a net dupatta and a heavily embellished choli with her lehenga. On the other hand, Taj had worn a stunning green suit and beige waistcoat, and together they had looked picture perfect.

She had accentuated her look with a heavy neckpiece with uncut stones, matching jhumkas, a passa, and chooda set. For her reception party, she had preferred to club her look with minimalistic makeup which included a bindi, defined eyebrows, bold eyes and nude lipstick. Along with this, she had opted for a messy bun and had looked super classy.