Check out these gorgeous divas who ditched the traditional red wedding outfits.
By Srijony Das
Neha opted for a lightweight, baby pink hued, silk lehenga from the shelves of Anita Dongre. Its borders involved intricate Rajasthani embroidery work.
Mira chose a pastel pink lehenga from the designer, Anamika Khanna. Her ensemble featured 3D flowers, pearls, french knots and floral embroidery all over it.
From the shelves of Sabyasachi, Anushka opted for a pale pink lehenga. It was entirely embellished with renaissance style embroidery work.
The ace singer, Neha donned a pale pink lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. It was heavily embellished with 'zardozi' and 'meenakari' work.
Natasha wore an ivory shaded, heavily embellished lehenga from the shelves of Manish Malhotra. Her look was completed with white flowers and exquisite diamond jewellery.
Rhea chose a classy white saree from the designer, Anamika Khanna. She paired her outfit with an unconventional pearl studded veil from the brand, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas.
Alia ditched traditional red and wore a hand-dyed ivory hued organza saree by Sabyasachi. It had finely woven 'tilla' work, and a handwoven tissue veil.
An exquisite lehenga from the designer brand, Falguni Shane Peacock, Karishma's outfit was in the shade soft pink. The ensemble featured embroidery and feathery details all over it.
Soha had chosen for an ivory and gold coloured lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi. She completed her outfit with a rust orange 'dupatta' that added a pop of colour.
Another Sabyasachi bride, Asin had worn a champagne hued lehenga, embellished with gold thread work and sequince. She had paired it with contrasting 'polki' jewellery.
Rubina wore an ivory-pastel lehenga from the shelves of the designer, Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor. The entire look was complemented with her unique choice of powder-blue coloured enamel jewellery.
Mihika chose to wear and ivory and gold, dual tone lenenga by Anamika Khanna. She completed her outfit by opting for a coral hued veil. The attire was full of delicate 'chikankari' and 'zardozi' work.
Amrita wore a stunning muted ivory hued lehenga for her wedding day. Coming from the shelves of Sabyasachi, she completed her look with a gold veil and 'kundan' jewellery.
Niti chose an intricately embroidered, pastel pink lehenga for her wedding. Designed by Payal Keyal, she complemented her outfit with a gold-beige dual tone 'dupatta'.
Ankita chose a heavily embellished gold hued lehenga from the shelves of designer, Manish Malhotra. The lehenga apparently took 1600 man hours to be crafted for the lovely bride.