Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh pronounced each other as man and wife after taking wedding vows at Lake Como, Italy a few days ago. The couple is back in town and also hosted their first grand reception in Deepika’s hometown Bangalore. The duo is all set to host two more grand wedding receptions in Mumbai, out of which one will be held today at Mumbai’s plush hotel Grand Hyatt. The other reception too will be held at the same venue on 1st December which will be a starry affair.
Well, Deepika and Ranveer’s wedding was an extremely private affair with the couple’s close family and a few friends marking their presence. Even media was not allowed to capture their beautiful moments. However, after their wedding, both Ranveer and Deepika shared their wedding pictures on their respective social media accounts and it went viral within seconds. The pictures received millions of likes and comments in few hours and fans couldn’t stop gushing about the beautiful couple.
Fans were left awestruck seeing Ranveer and DP dressed in beautiful attires for their big day. As we all know, both the bride and the groom opted for Sabyasachi outfits for all their wedding functions, the ace designer too gave us a glimpse and inside details about the star couple’s outfits. Well, all the pictures shared by Ranveer and Deepika, we still haven’t got to see a proper look of both of them but we are eagerly waiting for more pictures from the function.
Today, designer Sabyasachi shared two videos in which he showed how Deepika and Ranveer’s Sindhi wedding outfits were prepared and we are totally speechless. No wonder the outfits must have cost the stars a fortune but it was totally worth.
Sabyasachi showed how finely the artists had done all the detailing of the dresses and the final outcome was just beyond beautiful. The video shows everything from the dying process to the weaving and designing.
Take a look at the videos here…
Well, looking at the video, we are sure every would-be bride and groom would definitely want to get their wedding attires designed by Sabyasachi.