GORG Wedding Of A Stylist Who Nailed The 'Red Sabya' Bridal Look
BY Sakshi | 18 May, 2022 | 1251 views | 3 min read
Very seldom do we come across brides who totally wow us with not one, but each and every bridal look on their wedding. And when the bride is a stylist herself, you know the bridal looks have to be on point! The stylist for Khush Magazine, Tanishq Malhotra got hitched recently, amusingly to a groom with the same name! Her wedding was all things drool-worthy, right from the bridal outfits to the heirloom and floral jewellery, and we are absolute fans of her bridal portraits in particular! Her 'Sabya red' lehenga with the embroidered veil to the gorgeous customised detachable trail for the reception, everything about this wedding was gorgeous- and if you're a bride-to-be, then get ready to pin it to win it at your wedding!
Meet Tanishq and Tanishq
From The Bride:
Engagement/ Cocktail Look: Having a minimalist personality, I wanted to have all my outfits in the neutral color tones and only my wedding outfit to stand up. When I saw the ecru shade Gaurav Gupta, I loved the minimalist yet grand vibe to it. The skirt had the grandeur without too much embellishments and the blouse was a perfect modern cut for the vibe of my decor which was an inspired decor from the cards.
Haldi Look: I always wanted to have the yellow touch to my haldi with real flower touch in terms of accessories. Bhumika sharma did a fabulous job by making an easy breezy skirt and a blouse to blend well for the haldi. I paired it with real flower jewellery and a mix of artificial flower jewellery.
Wedding Look: I fell in love with what they call “Sabya red” when I was shooting with Aditi Rao Hydari and when I saw her in that red, it was the moment I knew I wanna be a Sabya red bride. I wanted small detailing and small motif work of the lehenga thus the “red Rasa Devi lehenga” was the perfect pick. I am a sucker for heirloom jewellery thus I wanted my jewellery to be inspired from the old charm era, with the touch of both emeralds and rubies. Haath phool, baaju band, sheesh patti was all inspired by the Jodha era.
Reception Look: Jade by MK was a dream, I still remember my meeting with Monica to discuss my outfit and telling her how I love Ektaar elements. I picked the outfit keeping in mind our greek theme reception. It was an ombre color lehenga from rosegold to silver, with a turtle neck blouse and a detachable trails with customisation of my long distance relationship
It said “distance means nothing, when someone means everything”.
I picked a ruby diamond jewellery set with it and in synced it with my makeup.
Vendors: Photography: Gautam Khullar Photography ; Makeup: Jitin Rathore; Hair: Manish Kumar; Hairstyling: Vikas Rattu
Engagement: Bride & Groom Outfits: Gaurav Gupta; Jewellery: P.Mangatram Jewellers; Decor: Marigold weddings; Planners: The Global Design Company
Haldi: Bride's Outfit: Bhumika Sharma; Hair Accessories: Bhumika Sharma; Anklets: Prune
Wedding: Bride & Groom Outfits: Sabyasachi; Mehendi Artist: Mehendi by Sona Mistry; Jewellery: Ajewels by Anmol, Kaleere and Chuda by Raabta by Rahul, Parandi: Amama jewels
Reception: Bride's Outfit: Jade by MK, Groom's Outfit: Raghavendra Rathore; Jewellery: Ajewels by Anmol