Ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee designed Katrina’s custom veil
Dec 10 2021 15:08
MUMBAI: Katrina Kaif married Vicky Kaushal on December 9 at Fort Six Senses in Barwara, Rajasthan. Was Vicky-Katrina’s wedding a true portrayal of “the reel turning into reality”? Much like in ‘Namastey London’, Akshay Kumar tried out the role of a Punjabi boy and Katrina played the English girl. And now, on December 9, Katrina, born in Hong Kong to Christian mother Suzanne Turquotte and Muslim father Mohammed Kaif, has officially become a member of the Punjabi family by marrying none other than the star of “Uri: The Surgical. Strike ”Vicky. Kaushal.
As a sign of respect for her husband’s Punjabi roots, Katrina gave her wedding veil an absolutely must-have personalized touch.
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According to designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s official Instagram page, Katrina’s veil was custom cut with handmade kiran in hand-beaten silver and gold-plated. Additionally, the red lehenga worn by Katrina was made of “hand-woven matka silk with fine tilla work and meticulously embroidered velvet renaissance zardozi trims.”
Katrina paired the traditional outfit with bespoke uncut diamond bridal jewelry in 22k gold detailed with hand-strung pearls from Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelery.
Not only that, but Katrina also carefully chose her magnificent “kaliras” which were personalized according to her wishes. Katrina chose the magnificent messenger bird kaliras and paired them with dove charms and coins containing messages handwritten by the bride herself.
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Speaking of Vicky’s outfit, he also chose to wear a Sabyasachi outfit for the big day. He wore an ivory silk sherwani with intricate Marori embroidery and iconic gold-plated Bengal tiger buttons handcrafted by Sabyasachi, complete with a silk kurta and churidar. He paired his outfit with a shawl.
Vicky and Katrina’s wedding took place at Six Senses Fort Barwara, Rajasthan.