Modern yet traditional, that’s the aesthetic Karishma Tanna swore by for her wedding revelries. The popular actress got hitched to Varun Bangera in a surreal intimate wedding in Mumbai on February 5. Must we say, she had her fashion game on point throughout the revelries as she embraced an array of stunning outfits!
Karishma’s bridal picks oozed modish elegance but with a whiff of traditional accents. Each look exuded a distinctive vibe and was styled carefully by celebrity stylist Anaita Shroff Adajania. From a bandhani lehenga to an all-white sharara, and a head-turning sequinned lehenga – Karishma Tanna’s wedding wardrobe deserves all your attention. If you are a bride-to-be and looking for some fashion inspiration, you are definitely in for a treat!
1. THE WHITE SHARARA
The revelries for the lovebirds began early this week with a haldi ceremony. For the do, actress Karishma Tanna slipped into a white sharara set from the label Sukriti & Aakriti. The sharara is a neo-traditional take on Punjab’s phulkari weave and came adorned with white-on-white embroideries. It featured a short kurti with noodle straps and flared sharara pants. A matching white dupatta with traditional kiran trims on the border was the perfect addition to the look.
Fresh floral jewellery strewn with Tagar Kali is what she chose to accessorize her outfit.
2. THE BANDHANI LEHENGA
For the vibrant mehendi ceremony, Karishma embraced a traditional look. She opted for a yellow bandhani lehenga by designer Punit Balana. The ensemble featured a flared skirt and a matching blouse with intricate work around the neckline. A solid dupatta with scallop borders rounded off the ensemble.
With this outfit, she opted for an aadh choker necklace and matching chandbalis from Amrapali Jewellers. A half-tie hairdo adorned with fresh blooms completed her look.
3. THE SEQUINNED LEHENGA
Drenched with sequin and various other embellishments, Karishma Tanna’s wedding lehenga is an exquisite beauty from the label Falguni Shane Peacock. She ditched the traditional red lehenga and made a modern bride in a pink lehenga. Adding to her bridal glory were the stunning jewels which featured pastel-hued beads and added to the contemporary feels.
Karishma Tanna and Varun Bangera’s love story began when they met at a common friend’s party a few years back. The couple got engaged last year in November in a low-key ceremony.
Actor Karishma Tanna tied the knot with her fiancé-businessman, Varun Bangera on Saturday in the presence of their close friends and family members. For the wedding, Tanna turned into the most beautiful bride wearing a pastel pink hue lehenga from the shelves of ace designers Falguni and Shane Peacock. The groom, Varun, complemented his bride in an ivory coloured sherwani.
Tanna was ethereal in a pastel pink lehenga which featured unique details. Karishma looked beautiful, subtle and elegant and the minimalistic approach is winning hearts on the internet. Tanna gave a glimpse of her wedding day by sharing several pictures from the ceremony on her Instagram handle. She wrote, “Just married.”
Tanna’s lehenga was designed by Falguni and Shane Peacock and was styled by celebrity stylist Anaita Shroff Adjania, who also styled Katrina Kaif for her wedding. Karishma’s blouse came with a full-sleeved blouse, plunging neckline and back, intricate embroidery, it also had diamantes all over, and embellishments.
She teamed her blouse with a voluminous lehenga that had sequins, thread embroidery. Tanna opted for double dupattas for the wedding, and she wore one as a veil. It featured embroidered zari work.
Karishma wore bespoke bridal jewelry from the shelves of Tyaani jewelry. She wore a gold choker with a heavy vintage layered necklace which had pastel-hued gemstones, a gold nath, dangling earrings, two mattha-pattis, bracelets, and a mangalsutra.
She completed her look with dewy makeup, pink lip shade, blushed cheeks, mascara and eyeshadow. She opted for a center-parted sleek bun for her wedding day.
Meanwhile, the groom, Varun, gave us royal vibes in an ivory coloured sherwani. It featured a white chikankari embroidered long jacket, which he wore over a white kurta, churidar pants, and a matching stole. He rounded off his look with a pastel pink safa.