Masaba Gupta got hitched this weekend (here’s the whole story), and a couple of her “slightly” famous friends were in attendance. Who? Oh, you know, just Shahid, Sonam, Alia, Kangana…no biggie, really.
Famous or not, some of the celebrity guests came very well-dressed, and gave us some major wedding fashion inspiration.
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Wedding Guest Outfits Fit For A Bride
Since they’re celebrities, these guests wore the biggest designer names and ended up in outfits that are, well, bride-worthy. Bollywood stars might pull off dressing as heavily as the bride at a wedding, but you, my dear readers, should not be seen in these unless you’re the SOB (Sister of the Bride) or SOG (Sister of the Groom). If you’re a bride, though, this is your dream inspiration board!
Sophie Choudry in Anita Dongre Lehenga
Image courtesy: Sophie Choudry
She wore this to Masaba’s Sangeet, but it’s actually a great choice for a bride to wear to her own Sangeet! Anita Dongre lehengas never fail to make us fall in love. This one is pale blue heaven!
Where to wear: Your own Engagement/Sangeet
Kangana Ranaut in Sabyasachi
Image courtesy: Sabyasachi
Kangana Ranaut looked like a glamorous diva dream in this beautiful ivory Sabyasachi lehenga. I LOVE this look for a bride! Or even the SOB/SOG.
Where to wear: Your Reception
Tulsi Kumar in a classic Anushree Reddy anarkali
Image courtesy: Tulsi Kumar
Yes, it’s super heavy with a mish-mash of floral patterns and gold work. But it’s Anushree Reddy. We love almost everything she makes. Tulsi wore this to the Sangeet, and…I’m not loving the accessories, but the look is still pretty loveable.
Where to wear: Your Engagement/Sangeet
Wedding Guest Outfits Fit For A Guest
These are the celebrity guests who nailed “looking like a wedding guest” 🙂
Nishka Lulla’s red dress at the Bridal Shower
Image courtesy: MissMalini
Don’t you just love this dress? That colour, the style? PERFECT!
Where to wear: Your bachelorette party, bridal shower, attending a friend’s bridal shower 😉 or date night on the honeymoon
Mira Kapoor on Masaba’s Mehendi
This suit is ideal to wear to your friend’s Mehendi. The soft peach shade embroidered in the same colour makes it great for the smaller function. Mrs. Shahid Kapoor did it right, with minimum accessories, but I just wish a different dupatta had been used.
Where to Wear: Your friend’s Mehendi
Pooja Dhingra on the day of Sangeet
Image courtesy: Pooja Dhingra
Pooja Dhingra is the owner of the much-loved Le 15 Patisserie in Mumbai, and we loved how she carried off this high low pink anarkali. The look was kept simple and just a single statement neckpiece was used to break the monotony of the pink.
Where to wear: Friend’s Engagement/Cocktail/Sangeet
Dia Mirza’s look on Reception
It’s incredible how Dia Mirza carried this red Sabyasachi sharara with such grace and poise. Isn’t she a picture of perfection? We’re taking notes on hair, makeup and jewellery too from you, Dia.
Where to wear: A family wedding
Mira Kapoor in an Arpita Mehta Sari
She’s already winning awards! Last I heard, she won the best dressed wedding guest award! I know, lame joke. But you know, she’s nailed the “wedding guest” look. This ivory sari is ideal to wear to your friend’s Reception, and that’s exactly what she’s done.
Where to wear: Friend’s Engagement/Reception
Yasmin Karachiwala on the day of Reception
Image courtesy: Vogue
Yasmin Karachiwala looked elegant in this lemon yellow sari. The entire ensemble just works.
Where to wear: Friend’s Sangeet/Reception
Kangana Ranaut on the day of Reception
Continuing with her glamorous diva vibe from the Sangeet, Kangana Ranaut wore this white Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla sari and paired it with winged liner and a red pout. We’re giving out “best dressed wedding guest” awards in abundance now!
Where to wear: Your friend’s Reception / Cocktail
A Special Mention
…to Mrs. Mira Kapoor’s makeup on ALL days. Mallika Bhat was her makeup artist, and she created 3 beautiful looks with dewy makeup and kohl-lined eyes. In LOVE with what Mallika has done!
Image courtesy: Mallika Bhatt & Stories by Joseph Radhik
Can you count how many times we used the word “love” in this post? Yup, it’s only because we loved it all. Oops, does that count as one more?