Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal are winning the internet last week. The couple is taking to their Instagram to share photos of their stunning wedding on December 9 in Jaipur. Katrina and Vicky tied the knot in the presence of close friends and family, and they were the bride and groom.
According to reports, the newlyweds, who are currently on their honeymoon in the Maldives, have shared some more beautiful and romantic photos of their pre-wedding shoot in which they look completely impressed with each other.
Katrina Kaif, styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania, was once again adorned by Sabyasachi in a floral saree. The Sabyasachi bride romanced with nude floral piece with tulle fabric and delicate hand-embroidered flowers. On her Instagram, Adajania clarified the look. “I really wanted something that reflected the beauty of a white wedding… veil, trail and a bouquet of handpicked flowers. So we added these ideas to the eternal grace of a sari,” wrote the celebrity stylist wrote and said that Kate’s Sabyasachi saree reminded her of the flowers pressed in romance novels!
In the sheer tulle saree, Katrina honored her mom’s British legacy in a vintage-looking number with a story clearing veil. There was a slot on her saree like a wedding gown. Her saree additionally included hand cut blossoms and was adorned with pearls and crystals.
The designer took to his Instagram to share the details of her look which included a full-sleeve blouse, saree and veil, that purportedly required 1800 hours to make with the help of 40 artisans!
She adorned her look with an assertion jewel choker neckband that included opals, Russian emeralds and matching studs additionally by Sabyasachi.
Kat’s makeup was delicate, simply the manner in which she prefers it. A brilliant gleam, flushed cheeks, polished lips, smooth eyeshadow that impeccably paired her pastel-conditioned outfit and hair styled into delicate, amazing waves, finished her look.
Vicky Kaushal’s look set up by his beautician Amandeep Kaur, involved a powder pink Bangalore silk weaved sherwani. He styled this with a matching churidar. His sherwani included famous Sabyasachi gold plated Bengal Tiger buttons and specially designed juttis too.