As the wedding bells are ringing now, brides must be all over the internet and place to find the perfect ensemble for their special day. More so, today, Shloka Mehta and Akash Ambani are celebrating their two years of marriage. Hence, we thought of revisiting some of the gorgeous and exquisite wedding ensembles that Shloka Mehta wore during her wedding festivities with Akash Ambani. Shloka and Mukesh Ambani's son was one of a helluva wedding that captivated media glare for days. The two tied the knot on March 9, 2019. Check out her bridal trousseau
Haldi look: Going by the occasion, Shloka opted for a yellow floral lehenga, looking all perfect for the event. Her lehenga was from Anamika Khanna’s collection and we are sure, it would be a perfect fit for the Haldi ceremony.
Mehendi look: Wearing a creation of designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla for her Mehendi ceremony, Shloka has made the pink and green pastels lehenga are favourite. To bring out the henna’s colour, the subdued colour section was a nice option. Are you making a note of it?
Sangeet look: This ritual is all-out glamour and glitz, so how is it possible we don’t get to see a blingy outfit on Shloka as well. She wore designer Kresha Baja's hand-embellished lehenga with a matching off-shouldered choli with tassel detailing around the arm. The outfit speaks elegance and class. A similar outfit for your function will do all the right kinds of magic.
Wedding look: Hands down, when it comes to D-Day, the outfit has to be out of the world that has the potential to spellbound everyone. Well, a similar thing was seen during Shloka’s wedding who opted for designers Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. It was all things love!
Reception look: Shloka Mehta exuded royalty by wearing a stunning golden lehenga-like saree from Manish Malhotra’s collection. A perfect reception look that one should go for it.
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