After all the pomp and show, the Brahamastra duo finally got married on Thursday. Ranbir and Alia twinned in a Sabyasachi-designed outfit at their wedding. The wedding was an intimate ceremony at the Kapoor family's house, Vaastu, where the couple had spent most of their time during their times together as a couple. The photos and videos from the wedding are going viral. From the elegant white varmala to the warm decoration of the venue everything seemed surreal.
The no-makeup look of Alia at her own wedding has become the talk of the town. By breaking all the stereotypes set by the society of wearing something red and heavy; she gracefully tied the knot in an organza ivory saree designed by the one and only Sabyasachi. Just like their wedding, her looks were subtle and classy.
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Alia in Sabyasachi
Alia Bhatt donned a hand-dyed ivory organza saree instead of the traditional lehenga. The translucent saree was paired with a matching blouse that featured quarter sleeves and a V-neckline and was embellished with lovely tilla work. The blouse was also adorned with tilla work and matched the saree beautifully. An embroidered handwoven tissue veil completed the ensemble.
Alia accessorised her wedding gown with a Sabyasachi Heritage Jewellery heavy choker necklace, matching jhumkas, and a matha patti, all featuring uncut diamonds and hand-strung pearls styled by Ami Patel. The bride gave a touch of crimson kadhe flair to keep the Punjabi heritage and gold chooda outfit as she married into the Kapoor family. Her hair was parted in the centre and left open in lovely waves to complete the look. She wore a tiny red bindi and wore modest glam makeup. Celebrity artist Puneet B Saini did Alia's subtle makeup. Her Mehandi was simple and elegant, just like her mangalsutra.
Ranbir in Sabhyasachi
The charming Ranbir Kapoor looked adorable in his ivory attire. He wore an embroidered silk sherwani by the same designer. The sherwani included uncut diamond buttons, a silk organza safa, and a zari maori embroidery-embellished shawl.
Ranbir completed the look with a Sabyasachi long pearl necklace and kalangi set with uncut diamonds, emeralds, pearls, and delicate diamond studs.
We couldn't take off our eyes from the duo, as the happiness was flushing on their face. After all the ceremonies, they even made a media appearance to thank them and officially announce their wedding. Every wedding in Bollywood sets different standards, but this time, Alia and Ranbir have raised the bar for everyone, ranging from big fat weddings to intimate and peaceful ones are the new trend. We wish Ranbir and Alia a lifetime of happiness in their marriage.