Katrina’s Royal Wedding Look: The Iconic Celebrity Bridal Attire Ever

The most-rumoured and long-awaited Bollywood’s big fat wedding finally took place yesterday and Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal tied the knot in the presence of the actors’ close ones at Six Senses Resort Barwara, in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Soon after, the couple took to their respective social media handles and treated fans to priceless pictures from their wedding.

Katrina’s bridal look grabbed everyone’s attention and she looked every bit royal. The actress wore a Sabyasachi wedding ensemble which is unique in its own way. The official Sabyasachi Instagram page also shared Katrina’s pictures while giving fans an insight into Kat and Vicky’s looks. The page also spoke details about Katrina’s jewellery. The actress adorned gorgeous Sabyasachi jewellery on her big day, which featured “bespoke bridal jewellery of uncut diamonds in 22k gold detailed with hand-strung pearls.”

Her red bridal wedding lehenga is replete with ornate zari embroidery, zardozi work and sequin embroidery and she absolutely looked like a queen. Not only did the wedding have a royal atmosphere, even Katrina Kaif looked nothing short of a royal vision in a bright lehenga. She wore a statement necklace, a choker filled with uncut diamonds. She further adorned a huge ‘nose-ring’ that instantly gave a royal look. Katrina further donned kundan matha-patti on her forehead and gold jhumkas. However, her Mangalsutra with two small drop-down diamonds is the highlight of all ornaments.

Katrina’s Platinum Ring: Netizens could spot Katrina sporting a rectangular blue platinum ring in the exclusive wedding pictures. It featured a double row of round diamonds sourced from Tiffany Soleste worth Rs 7.4lakhs. And Vicky Kaushal adorned a platinum Tiffany Classic wedding worth Rs 2 lakhs.

Katrina And Vicky’s Arrival To The Mandap: Katrina arrived at the mandap on a beautiful doli decorated with flowers. And the groom Vicky Kaushal came in a vintage car. The mandap was placed amidst a sheesh mahal in the fort and faced a temple.