Intimate Delhi Wedding With The Most Offbeat Sabyasachi Lehenga
BY Aakanksha | 01 Mar, 2021 | 8462 views | 3 min read
We have seen many a brides with the most gorgeous Sabyasachi lehengas, however Disha still managed to wow us with her choice. Even though the chevron print, and geometric print Sabysachi lehengas are becoming very very popular, Disha's lehenga was very offbeat! Multi-panelled, and with a splash of colours, it looked vibrant yet understated. She chose to wear it for her reception and looked absolutely radiant. Also, when we saw Disha & Jayant's intimate Anand Karaj, and got to know that she wore her mother's saree, it made our hearts full. Jayant, a star player of Mumbai Indians, looked dapper in his simple yet classy outfits for both the wedding as well as the reception. Captured by the magnetic duo of Made in Mono , this intimate wedding is sure topping all our charts.
Meet Disha & Jayant
Disha & Jayant met via the modern dating channels and found love online! Disha writes, "we met on a dating app "Bumble" around 3 years ago only to realise later we had a few common links."
The Anand Karaj
From The Bride:
Both Jayant and I wanted a really intimate wedding even when the pandemic hadn't hit us but considering his profession it seemed a little difficult so the pandemic in a way helped us to make it a really private affair with just the people who are really close to us. It was a beautiful wedding at a serene gurudwara even though none of us is a Sikh followed by a mad party/lunch. As for my style, I'm all for comfort clothing with no fuss.
Venue: Wedding - Gurudwara, Reception - Fio, Garden of Five Senses.
Our wedding happened at Gurudwara Sahib in Vasant Vihar, Delhi. The reception happened at Fio, Garden of Five Senses in Delhi and it was love at first sight for me when I saw the venue with all the greenery and the rustic vibe.
Makeup Artist: Ridhima
She was suggested by my hair dresser since I'm literally a no-makeup person so I didn't even take a trial. She understood my requirement of really a minimal look anf followed it to the T.
Photographer: Made in Mono.
These amazing boys from Chennai had contacted my husband a year and a half ago that they wanted to shoot the wedding whenever it happens. The most patient and inclusive boys. Had so much fun with them that we decided to call them for our 2 day honeymoon too for a couple shoot.
Bridal Outfits: Wedding - Mother's Saree, Reception - Sabyasachi
I wore my mothers' wedding saree for my wedding. It was handmade from scracth by her sister so it held a special place in my heart. And I've been working with Mr Sabyasachi Mukherjee for over 5 years so it was a no brainer that I have to wear a Sabyasachi lehenga and I'd had my heart set on the cotton lehenga which went exactly with my personality.
Vendors: Venue: Wedding - Gurudwara, Reception - Fio, Garden of Five Senses.; Makeup Artist: Ridhima Gupta; Photographer: Made in Mono ; Bridal Outfits: Wedding - Mother's Saree, Reception - Sabyasachi Mukherjee ; Groom Wear: Wedding: Zohar Studio, Reception: Contrast by Parth.