- Katrina Kaif’s bridal lehenga was designed by ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee
- There’s a personalized touch to her outfit that really meant to the couple
- Vicky and Katrina got married on December 9
Katrina Kaif looked a gorgeous bride in a classic red Sabyasachi ensemble. She kept her jewelry on point, makeup minimal and had a personalized touch to her outfit that really meant to the couple. Sharing wedding photos from Katrina and Vicky Kaushal’s wedding on social media, the Indian designer posted details about their wedding attire and how he has close details of the newlyweds.
Sharing details about the Katrina wedding veil and how it represented Vicky’s Punjabi roots, Sabyasachi detailed, “Bride Katrina Kaif @katrinakaif wears a classic Sabyasachi red bridal lehenga in hand-woven matka silk with tilla work fine and meticulously embroidered velvet renaissance zardozi borders.As a tribute to the groom’s Punjabi roots, his veil is custom-tailored with handmade kiran in hand-beaten silver and gold-plated,”
“The lehenga is paired with bespoke 22k gold uncut diamond bridal jewelry detailed with hand-strung pearls from Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelery @sabyasachijewelry,” the post added, sharing details of Vicky’s outfit.
The celebrity couple tied the knot in a private ceremony at Six Senses Fort Barwara Hotel, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan with friends and family in attendance. While Vicky and Katrina have ensured their details are kept under wraps, initial photographs had the couple waving to the paparazzi gathered from a distance from the venue. Later, they announced their marriage with dreamy images.
In the caption of the photos they shared on their respective Instagram accounts, the newlyweds wrote, “Only love and gratitude in our hearts for all that has brought us to this moment. I seek all of your love and your blessings as we begin this new journey together.”
The couple also officially announced that they would soon be holding a reception in Mumbai for those who were not invited to the very private wedding ceremony at Sawai Madhopur.