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Our Favorite Destination Wedding Looks of 2018
Bridal Fashion and Beauty - Dec 17, 2018
We are all about inspiring wedding looks and as the year draws to a close, we’d like to give a shoutout to all the real brides of 2018 who shared their destination wedding stories with us. Here’s rounding up our favorite brides featured on WeddingSutra with their trendiest destination bridal wear and bling who deserve a moment in the spotlight!
Marjhan’s lehenga by Nomi Ansari
Marjhan looked queenly in a customized light blue and peach lehenga by Nomi Ansari with heavy embroidery for her lavish sangeet at the Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach.
Photos Courtesy: Melrish Studio
Dipika’s floral lehenga by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor
Dipika moved away from the traditional red for her bridal outfit and opted for a pale pink lehenga with floral motifs by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor for her nuptials in tropical Thailand.
Photos Courtesy: Siddharth Pruthi Photography
Pamela’s pastel anarkali by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor
A Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor anarkali was the outfit of choice for Pamela for her nikaah function in Udaipur. The floor-length ensemble was created using pretty shades of peach and green and was paired with statement ornaments.
Photos Courtesy: Lightsmiths
Anahita steals the show in teal
Anahita looked radiant in a teal blue lehenga for her vibrant mehndi function at Taj Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad. She paired her outfit with minimal jewellery including a floral ‘haath phool’ (hand ornament) and earrings.
Photos Courtesy: Reels & Frames
Niharika in a gold and green Sabyasachi lehenga
Niharika chose a deep green and gold lehenga by Sabyasachi and completed the look with stunning jewellery and a majestic ‘maang tikka’ (forehead ornament) for her beautiful sea-facing pheras in Thailand.
Photos Courtesy: Ankit Singh
Komal A minimalist Sabyasachi Bride
Komal was a Sabyasachi bride and wore an ivory lehenga from their Udaipur Collection to exchange vows on the beach in Mexico. The color was perfect for the sunny, outdoor ceremony.
Photos Courtesy: Moni & Adri Photography
Sanchita in a dazzling Orange Lehenga
Sanchita wore an orange lehenga from Roopkala with a stunning necklace and a dainty ‘maang tikka’ (forehead ornament) that made her look like an absolute princess at her wedding in Goa.
Photos Courtesy: House On The Clouds
Neelam’s Royal Lehenga
Neelam’s interesting sangeet ensemble was a contemporary lehenga that featured deep blue and pink embroidery and patterns. It blended well with the mesmerizing venues of her Udaipur wedding.
Photos Courtesy: The VIP studio
Saloni exuded exotic elegance in pale pink
For her Indian fusion wedding in Portugal, Saloni wore a pale pink lehenga from Sara Design Studio by Rashi with beautiful thread work that exuded exotic elegance from top to toe.
Photos Courtesy: Fabio Azanha Photography
Dolly in a Sabyasachi Lehenga
Confident, radiant and happy, bride Dolly was a vision in her floral white, blush, and red Sabyasachi lehenga for her daytime, outdoor wedding in the Philippines.
Photos Courtesy: Ali Ghorbani and Nelwin Uy
Aakriti’s traditional look
For the South Indian wedding ceremony in Kerala, Aakriti chose an elegant white and gold silk saree and completed the look with a stunning choker, earrings and a dainty ‘maang tikka’ (forehead ornament).
Photos Courtesy: Jackson James Photography
Karishma’s neon green outfit by Arinder Bhullar
For her beautiful pheras against uninterrupted views of lush green hills in Florence, Italy, Karishma chose a vibrant green outfit by Arinder Bhullar.
Photos Courtesy: Going Bananas Photography
Namrata in a Vasansi Lehenga
Namrata looked resplendent in a peach and gold lehenga by Vasansi for her royal wedding ceremony in Jaipur.
Photos Courtesy: Pooja Studio Dubai
Diipa in a traditional red and gold lehenga
For her wedding in Udaipur, Diipa wore a dark maroon lehenga by Sabyasachi with a skirt that was resplendent with floral motifs. Her jewellery included an ornate gold choker set, a ‘matha patti’ (a head ornament) and a set of beautiful bangles.
Photos Courtesy: Zohaib Ali Photography
Vidhi looked like a pastel princess
Vidhi picked a contemporary glittering pink lehenga with gold thread motifs by Faabiiana for her wedding ceremony in Jaipur.
Photos Courtesy: Naman Verma Photography
Swati in a creation by Om Prakash Jawaharlal
For the wedding, Swati chose a Sabyasachi inspired lehenga from Om Prakash Jawaharlal and paired it with a kundan and green beads choker to add a pop of color.
Photos Courtesy: Once Upon a Time – Wedding Tales
Priyanka’s white elegance
For the reception in New York, Priyanka picked a white lehenga heavy with Kashmiri embroidery that sparkled with blue sequins. She traded the original blouse with an edgy studded corset style top to make a statement.
Megha in a bright yellow Aastha Narang lehenga
For her vibrant haldi ceremony, Megha chose a bright yellow Aastha Narang lehenga with sequins that formed checkered patterns on the full-sleeved blouse while the skirt was covered in floral patterns.
Photos Courtesy: Roma Ganesh Photography
Mannat in a dusty pink Sabyasachi Lehenga
For the traditional Anand Karaj, Mannat wore a pastel Sabyasachi ensemble. Its soothing tone, exquisite dupatta and modern silhouette exuded a classy vibe.
Photos Courtesy: Lucier Photography
Sanaa in a brocade Raw Mango creation
Sanaa wore a beautiful red Raw Mango creation to her wedding ceremony. Apart from her forehead ornament, nose ring and Cartier love bracelet, she went sentimentally vintage with the rest of her bling by wearing her mother’s jewellery for her Goa nuptials.
Photos Courtesy: The Photo Diary