With a roster of events that spanned several themes, Krupa showed off her personal style in an exceptional ensemble for each.
Krupa and Ruchit’s wedding featured a series of events with themes ranging from the modern to the traditional, the exotic to the elegant. As she turned up at each celebration, WeddingSutra Favorite – Reels & Frames captured Krupa’s personal style that was on display as she wowed everyone with her unique looks. Check out her looks here.
The theme for this evening was ‘Dementia Land’ and Krupa and her better half decided to ‘bling’ their A-Game to the party. Krupa’s pastel Swapnil Shinde gown resonated with Ruchit’s embellished suit. That spark of metal on fabric was the perfect way to celebrate the glitzy evening.
To the ceremony that called for a traditional look, Krupa wore a heavily embellished gown by Kolkata’s Sequin and Pearls. Conventional but oh so elegant, the bride had a partial up-do and accessorized with chunky jewelry.
All sangeets bring a touch of glamour and flamboyance. This grand affair was no different. Featuring performances by the Meet Bros and Manasi Scott, it was a night to remember. Krupa wore an enchanting Manish Malhotra lehenga featuring intricate detailing and a frilled hem. Her diamond necklace and earrings with precious stones complemented the ensemble!
The traditional mehendi ceremony was given a modern twist with the Bohemian Souk theme. The bride wore a green Sabyasachi lehenga that featured huge blooms. Her exquisite ornaments resonated with the color palette of the décor and that boho-braid was the perfect hairdo.
There was an Arabic mystery to the evening with elements inspired by Mughal designs. In keeping with this aesthetic, the bride wore a heavily embellished sharara by Rimple and Harpreet Narula. Adding to the exoticism was the ox blood velvet shawl with its finely embroidered hem and Muslim bridal jewelry like the jhoomar passa and chandbali earrings.
The Tropical Paradise theme was evident with the pineapples and flamingos scattered around the pool area. The bride decided to have fun with her wardrobe and picked an all white outfit by Papa Don’t Preach By Shubhika. With her hair left loose, she and Ruchit had a fun pool party.
Kresha Bajaj’s take on wedding wardrobes are very much in demand. Unusual colors, stylish silhouettes and clever detailing make her a favorite of fashion forward brides. Krupa’s choice of a cream lehenga embroidered in gold was absolutely perfect. Her sophisticated attire was matched with her make up – muted lips, dramatic eyes and a bindi under the maang tikka. With a kundan and diamond rani haar, she looked like modern day royalty.
A final celebration to close the events – the reception was themed Mystical Night. Naturally, glamor was the overriding aesthetic and the bride did not disappoint. Her shimmering golden gown, featuring an open back, was the piece de resistance and a total departure from all her other wedding looks.
Truly a fashionista wedding.
The Wedding Makers
Venues: Aamby Valley (Cocktail Party), Blue Sea Banquets (Kankotri Lakhvanu), Dome @ NSCI (Sangeet), Emirates Palace (Mehndi, Umrao Night, Brunch, Wedding)
Wedding Planners: Kkings Events (Cocktail Party, Kankotri Lakhvanu, and Sangeet, Mehndi, Umrao Night, Brunch and Wedding), Swaaha WMC (Cocktail Party, Mehndi, Umrao Night, Brunch and Wedding), Dome Occasions ( Sangeet)
Décor: Kkings Events (Cocktail Party, Kankotri Lakhvanu, and Sangeet, Mehndi, Umrao Night, Brunch and Wedding), Swaaha WMC (Cocktail Party, Mehndi, Umrao Night, Brunch and Wedding), Dome Occasions (Sangeet)
Bride’s Outfits: Swapnil Shinde (Cocktail Party), Sequins & Pearl (Kankotri Lakhvanu), Manish Malhotra (Sangeet and Mystical Night at Emirates Palace), Sabyasachi Mukherjee (Mehndi), Rimple and Harpreet Narula (Umrao Night), Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika (Pool Party), Koesch By Kresha Bajaj (Wedding)
Makeup Artists: Tejas Shah (Cocktail Party), Mitali Vakil (Kankotri Lakhvanu), Mallika Bhat (Kankotri Lakhvanu), Pakkhi Pahuja (Mehndi, Umrao Night, Brunch, Wedding)
Hairstylist: Ritika Kadam
Mehendi: Falguni Rajpara
Photography: Reels & Frames by Anand Rathi