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9 Celebrity Brides Who Wore White Outfits For Their Wedding Festivities

Can you hear the wedding bells ring? We sure can! Believe it or not, the last few years have been all about weddings. So if your insta has been bombarded with wedding pictures, you are not alone! And thanks to them we got some serious wedding goals. What we appreciate about modern wedding trends is that people concentrate more on what they would like rather than thinking, ‘log kya kahenge.’ This is probably why more brides are choosing the colors they like, dresses they want, and the venue they like. Here are some gorgeous brides bidding adieu to the conventional red and pink and making weddings more subtle. Read on to know them all.

1. Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt married her forever crush, Ranbir Kapoor, on April 14, 2022. However, the color theme she opted for made her wedding stand out. Her hand-dyed ivory organza wedding saree is embroidered with tilla work. It was another fine work by Sabyasachi that kept fans fawning over her beauty. We love how she opted for colors different from the conventional red and orange.

2. Anushka Sharma

Anushka Sharma got married to Virat Kohli on December 11, 2017. The power couple tied the knot in Italy and surprised the whole world with their wedding pictures. They set the benchmark for high-profile weddings, and Anushka’s gorgeous Sabyasachi lehenga became an instant dream wedding dress for many.

3. Isha Ambani

The daughter of Nita Ambani and Mukesh Ambani, Isha Ambani, got married to the love of her life, Anand Piramal, on December 12, 2018. For the big day, Isha chose a gorgeous white lehenga, which was very special to her family. It was designed by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla and featured two shades of white with stunning Mughal jaalis. Moreover, she got Nita Ambani’s wedding saree transformed into a dupatta for her lehenga. Priceless look, as we call it!

4. Natasha Dalal

Natasha Dalal married Varun Dhawan in a private ceremony on January 24, 2021. Natasha chose to wear a gorgeous white lehenga for her Mehendi decorated with pastel pink motifs. There were micro floral designs on it, and the crystal detailing sure made it one of a kind dress to be worn for the ceremony.

5. Rhea Kapoor

The elder daughter of Anil Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor, got married to her long-term boyfriend, Karan Boolani on August 14, 2021. She chose to go unconventional and wore a white chanderi saree made by designer Anamika Khanna. She was clad in pearls and wore Sunita Kapoor’s jewelry to top off her traditional look.

6. Deepika Padukone

The wedding we had all been waiting for! Deepika married Ranveer Singh in a private ceremony in Tuscany, Italy. The reception was held in Mumbai, where they invited their relatives and friends. Deepika wore a stunning white chikankari dress that took over 16000 hours to be made. She sure looked like a goddess in the gorgeous dress.

7. Neha Kakkar

Neha Kakkar has always been vocal about her wedding plans. From the announcement to the number of dresses she changed throughout her ceremonies, she made sure it was all featured on her social media! Even though people mock her for copying other celebs like Anushka Sharma, Priyanka Chopra, and Deepika Padukone, she still looked cute. She tied the knot with Rohanpreet Singh on October 24, 2020. She wore a white lehenga from the label Falguni and Shane Peacock and embellished her look with diamond jewelry.

8. Mira Rajput Kapoor

Mira Rajput Kapoor tied her knot with Shahid Kapoor on July 7, 2015. It was not a Bollywood standard big fat wedding, more of a hush-hush cute marriage. For her reception, Mira chose a lehenga that stood out from everything we are used to seeing. Out from the shelves of Manish Malhotra, her designer lehenga was embellished with pearls and was a shifted hue from white to blue. The blouse matched the skirt; we loved how she went unconventional with the bright colors for her big day.

9. Sonam Kapoor

Even though most brides opt for yellow or orange for their Mehendi ceremony, Sonam had to do something striking! Her gorgeous white lehenga was done by the famous designer duo Sandeep Khosla and Abu Jani. It was a complete show-stopper dress, and we would definitely want to save the look for a wedding!

Bollywood celebs have always been an excellent source of inspiration for Indian weddings. From bride entry style to the color of lehenga, they have influenced brides worldwide. So when it comes to going unorthodox with the colors and draping style, our celebs never step back from trying something new. The change of color from typical red to lighter shades is always welcome, and it only makes it more subtle and gorgeous. So, what color do you want to go for your wedding? Let us know in the comments section. Happy wedding!

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