Florals are very much in fashion now. From Anushka Sharma to a lot of real brides opt for floral motifs on their lehengas to nail the look.
By Pratishtha Ghosh
According to the couturier, it took 3,720 hours to customize Priyanka Chopra's lehenga and 110 embroiderers. It was topped with delicate hand-cut organza flowers and embroidered with threadwork.
For her post-wedding bash in Mumbai, Deepika wore a 'Dil Guldasta Lehenga' from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. It featured an intricate threadwork in various shades creating a stunning tapestry of flowers.
Given the setting of the daytime ceremony, Kakkar picked a pastel lehenga by Sabyasachi. Kakkar’s pick featured multicoloured threadwork in coral, fuchsia and baby pink, and zardozi floral motifs.
When we think of a floral motif lehenga, Anushka Sharma's name comes to our mind first. Anushka Sharma's pale blush pink Sabyasachi lehenga came with hand-embroidered Indian lotus motifs.
Costume stylist, tied the knot with her boyfriend, Bhavya Jain in Goa. For her wedding, she wore an intricate floral motif embroidered lehenga from the house of Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Flouting the general belief of not wearing white for the D-day, Smita chose a white lehenga embroidered with floral motifs from Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her wedding in Hampshire, England.
For her wedding in Houston, Texas, Sabyasachi bride, Krishna Patel donned a beige coloured lehenga. The heavy floral embroidery work on it stole the show and made her ensemble look jaw dropping.
Sakshi Jain's wedding lehenga from the house of Sabyasachi is a dream come true for many girls. The heavy floral embroidery work on the whole body speaks for the elegance of the piece itself.
For her mehendi ceremony in Lonavala, Sabyasachi bride, Krishna Shah opted for a aqua green coloured lehenga. It had floral motifs embroidered onto it with pink and green threadwork.
Sabyasachi bride, Aashna Rajput opted for a fuschia pink lehenga for her wedding in Ludhiana. The ace-designer played with the pink-yellow combination and the floral motifs enhanced the look.
Sabyasachi bride, Jo Choudrie's lehenga could easily give a tough competition to any celebrity. The skirt, dupatta and blouse had intricate work of floral embroidery.
Sabyasachi bride, Kajol Rana opted for Deepika Padukone's 'Dil Guldasta' lehenga from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The whole lehenga was filled with embroidered floral motifs and that made her look elegant.