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While you are busy planning your big day, many brides often tend to keep the wedding reception look at bay. The ultimate result being, you end up confused on how to keep the reception look different from the wedding and the worst part is you get the same kind of wedding pictures
again. The next point of confusion occurs when you struggle between traditional or western.
Well, girls, be it a saree or a gown, all you need to keep in mind is that you have to look your best. If you are also facing the same dilemma, you can take inspiration from some of our tinsel town divas who absolutely rocked their wedding reception looks.
Soha Ali Khan
The blushing diva of Bollywood, Soha Ali Khan, redefined elegance with her hot pink and gold lehenga designed by Sanjay Garg. The actress chose to team her look with a matching necklace and maangteeka, keeping her makeup minimal and hair simple.
The former Miss Asia Pacific, Dia Mirza looked stunningly gorgeous in a bronze lehenga coupled with a gold blouse. Dia served the perfect example of magnificence in simplicity. Contrasting diamond and emerald jewelry with hair tied in a neat bun and simple makeup made her look royally beautiful.
Kareena Kapoor Khan
The Begum of Chhote Nawab, Kareena Kapoor Khan had two receptions. A post-wedding dinner in Mumbai and dawaat-e-walima in Delhi. In both the occasions, Kareena Kapoor proved herself as a true Begum. For the Mumbai party, Kareena chose a burgundy colored lehenga and a pink gharara with traditional jewelry was her choice for the Delhi reception.
In place of a traditional saree, Shilpa chose a fusion gown for her reception. In a gold saree-cum-gown by Tarun Tahiliani, Shilpa looked no less than a beauty queen. She completed her look with a diamond and ruby necklace and a gold clutch.
The actress looked absolutely stunning and radiant in a dark peach lehenga by Falguni and Shane Peacock. Open hair with uncut diamond jewelry increased her style quotient.
Esha Deol snatched the limelight with her Swarovski embellished pink mermaid-style lehenga by Tarun S. her choice of an emerald and diamond necklace with earrings and diamond maangteeka was completely justified. Esha chose to keep her hair slightly curled and adorned with a flower on one side.
The beautiful actress had two wedding receptions- one at Delhi and the other in Mumbai. For her Delhi reception, Anushka chose a red Banarasi silk saree designed by ace designer and entrepreneur
Sabyasachi Mukherjee. For a traditional and classy look, Anushka chose heavy uncut diamond jewelry, hair tied in a neat bun, smokey eyes and nude lips. Apart from all things, her sindoor grabbed attention.
While for her Mumbai reception, the actress opted a smokey grey lehenga again by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. This time too, she kept makeup minimal along with simple jewelry and open hair.
The bong beauty chose a beige gold lehenga for her wedding reception by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. After wearing red on her wedding, Bipasha chose a heavily worked stunning lehenga with long front open choli. She kept her hair open with soft curls and painted her lips red. To the otherwise monotone outfit, Bipasha gave a hint of green with her Kundan jewelry.
Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge too had two wedding receptions, one in Mumbai and one in Pune. For her Mumbai reception, Sagarika wore an ivory-colored Banarasi silk lehenga designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee, she paired it with jadau jewelry, minimal makeup, and hair tied in a low-neck bun. We loved her simple yet elegant look.
For her reception in Pune, Sagarika wore a stunning red lehenga by Anita Dongre, paired with uncut diamond jewelry and maangteeka. Her mangalsutra on both the occasions stole the limelight.
The fashionista of Bollywood has been giving us some serious wedding fashion looks. For her reception, Sonam wore a chevron-striped Anamika Khanna lehenga coupled with some absolutely stunning jewelry. Sonam kept her makeup completely in sync with her lehenga and her hair left loose. Her burgundy lip color stole the limelight.
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