Take a look at some of the most beautiful brides of Bollywood, who dazzled at their wedding in ensembles from Sabyasachi Mukherjee!
By Srijony Das
Alia looked chic in an ivory-and-gold-hued sequinned tulle saree from the shelves of Sabyasachi. Open tresses, 'kundan' jewellery and neutral makeup completed her look.
Katrina looked gorgeous in a red-and-gold-hued embellished lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. Heavy jewellery, nude base makeup and customised golden 'kaleeras' amped her look.
Priyanka looked breathtaking in a 'sindoori' red-hued heavily embellished lehenga from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. A matching sheer veil, golden 'kaleeras' and traditional jewellery amped her look.
Anushka set the trend for pastels as she donned a muted pink-hued lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. She matched the neutral vibe of her outfit with bold eyes, heavy jewellery and nude makeup.
Aamna looked stunning in an orange-and-red-hued lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. Golden 'kaleeras', heavy jewellery and glam makeup amped her look.
For her wedding reception, Ankita turned a Sabysachi bride and opted for an orange-and-gold-hued 'Banarasi' silk saree. Heavy jewellery and minimal makeup completed her look.
Sagarika looked pretty in a gold ombre-hued silk 'anarkali' suit from the shelves of Sabyasachi. Centre parted hair, heavy 'kundan' jewellery and dewy makeup accentuated her look.
Asin looked regal in a champagne gold-hued sequinned lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. Nude base makeup, sleek hairdo and minimal jewellery completed her look.
Bipasha turned a true-blue Bengali bride in a red-hued lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. The outfit featured heavy golden-hued embellishments. Glam makeup and bold lips amped her look.
Soha opted for a minimal look on her wedding and wore a beige-and-gold-hued lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. She teamed it with a contrasting rust orange-hued 'dupatta'.
Mouni exuded elegance in a classic red-and-gold Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding. Her choice of a heavily tasseled 'dupatta' along with stunning heritage jewellery was unmissable.
Deepika became a Sabyasachi bride in a deep red-hued embellished lehenga that featured golden embroidery and sequin work. Heavy jewellery and 'henna' clad hands completed her look.
For her traditional wedding, Samantha had donned a classic gold-hued 'kanjeevaram' saree from the shelves of Sabyasachi. A low 'gajra' adorned hair bun and temple jewellery amped her look.
Amrita opted for a beige-and-green, dual toned pastel lehenga from Sabyasachi Mukherjee's bridal collection. Nude base makeup, 'kundan' jewellery and a sleek bun completed her look.
Patralekhaa turned a Sabyasachi bride in a crimson red-hued saree that featured embroidery all over it. She carried a statement veil that had Sanskrit blessings inscribed on its borders.
Neha looked stunning in a peach-and-pink-hued embellished lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Heavy jewellery, blushed makeup and a wavy bun accentuated her look.
For her wedding, Vidya opted for a bright red-hued 'Banarasi' silk saree from the shelves of Sabyasachi. Stunning gold jewellery, 'sindoor'-parted bun and her bright smile amped her look.