Millennial brides love to add a little variety to their wedding looks. These stunning Sabyasachi brides donned orange gowns for D-Day!
Anisa Seth opted for an orange Sabyasachi lehenga with a double 'dupatta'. She opted for a nude look with smokey eyes and a floral bun.
Baca wore an orange robe embroidered with gold floral patterns and a matching half-sleeved shirt. She completed her look with chunky jewellery.
Renita Ahluwalia wore a floral printed lehenga paired with a gold full sleeve heavily embellished blouse. She kept her look simple and accessorized with a pearl necklace.
Rema looked stunning in an orange gown with golden embellishments. She completed her look with a gold and green choker 'maang teeka', matching earrings and 'nath'.
Real bride Tanvi Shah donned a beautiful coral and orange gown with a long bustier. She chose red 'bindi', 'maang teeka', 'nath' and a necklace.
Khushboo chose an orange-gold Sabyasachi lehenga and wore a red 'dupatta' on her head. She completed her look with gold jewelery and subtle makeup.
Shireen looked elegant in a heavily embellished orange and gold Sabyasachi coat. She chose a gold necklace, matching earrings, 'pasaa', 'maang teeka', 'nath' and 'kaleeras'.
Akhila Reddy wore an orange lehenga with gold floral embroidery on it. A minimalist "gotta-patti" pattern adorns the skirt, giving this dress an airy look.
Simran Wanwari wore a gold-orange robe. She completed her look with a choker necklace and matching earrings.
Devanshi opted for an elegant coral gown that was embellished with heavy gold work. She accessorized her wedding ensemble with a diamond necklace, a 'maatha-patti', a 'nath' and a small 'bindi'.
Ayesha Haris Nalapad chose a 'rajwara' style orange gown by renowned designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She paired it with a long-sleeved shirt and statement jewelry.
Amna Sharif wore a salmon-colored Rajasthani gown covered with beautiful golden embroidery. Her ‘kundan’ jewelery added the perfect glamor to her D-Day bridal look!