This Indo-Canadian Bride Wore the Most Gorgeous Pink Lehenga for Her Sikh Wedding || SIKH VOGUE


Indian brides have become a talking point for people who are interested gorgeous wedding ensembles. So what makes them so special? Well, it’s the detailing that goes into their outfits. Whether it’s sari or a lehenga, Indian brides always pick up an outfit that will be talked about at the wedding and after it. We came across one such bride, who stunned in the most elegant pink lehenga ever.

Bride Kiran Chatha from Toronto, Canada picked up a pink lehenga designed by none other than ace couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her Sikh wedding ceremony.

The bright lehenga set featured elaborate gold embroidery and bird motifs. The skirt came with a wide elephant border – a signature Sabyasachi design. Kiran teamed it up with a matching blouse and a net dupatta.

She accessorised the look with a lovely gold choker necklace, gold jhumkas, a maang tikka and red choodas.
What added to the look was a beautiful gajra bun, courtesy Bloomen Brides.
The dapper groom looked suave in a classic cream sherwani with gold embroidery which he teamed up with cream churidar, a stole, haar and a traditional sword.


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