Belonging from Bengali culture & always having a dream of being a Sabyasachi bride, Ayesha had the most beautiful Nikkah with her college sweetheart Nur. From donning her flawless look at Mehndi to spreading her magic in off-white Benarasi saree at Nikkah, the bride raised the bar high with her looks. What grabbed our attention was her royal bridal looks in a stunning maroon velvet lehenga by ace fashion designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Swipe down to witness the most beautiful Nikkah of Ayesha & Nur.
Meet Ayesha & Nur
How they met:
“I and Nur are college sweethearts and met on the very first day of classes. We started off being friends, gradually becoming best friends, and eventually became even closer in love as one.” – says the bride.
“I hired a planner to assist me with small things. But most of the event was planned by me. We planned our wedding in literally 3 months and it was the craziest, most nerve-wracking months of my life!
When it comes to wedding outfits, I always knew I wanted to be a Sabyasachi bride. I had a vision for each of my events, which made the process a bit easier for me. I spent months planning my looks and searching for exactly what I dreamt of. And in the end, I lived my fairytale the way I wished for.” says the bride.
For mehndi, our gorgeous bride went for a beautiful golden & pink outfit paired with stunning white jewelry. While the groom amazingly coordinated the bride in pastel Kurta pajama paired with Nehru jacket. The two made a lovely appearance at their Mehendi ceremony. Another highlight of their ceremony was beautiful bridesmaids in coordinated outfits. Above all, the Mehndi ceremony was bright, vibrant, warm and tropical.
“For my Nikkah, I always wanted to do a simple off-white-colored saree. So, I preferred a Benarasi saree to stay intact with my Bengali culture. But I knew it would be difficult to find a benarasi saree in this color. I waited and looked around for months until I came across it at the Sabyasachi store in Kolkata. I was very keen on pairing that with a pop-up color, which is why I selected a mint green choker to wear with it. very simple. The theme for Nikkah was all neutrals & dreamy.” – says the bride.
For the wedding, the couple chose a whimsical, romantic garden theme. The bride looked magnificent in maroon velvet lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee while the groom looked royal in long black bandhgala paired with maroon velvet dupatta which was perfectly coordinated up with the bride’s dress.
Here’s something the bride has shared about her beautiful dress:
“I also knew that I needed to wear a maroon velvet lehenga on my reception because of its royal and timeless look. I came across my lehenga on the Sabyasachi Instagram page. The moment they launched the Fall 2019 bridal collection, I knew this lehenga was the one! I spent months looking for the perfect jewelry to pair with this set. I knew I wanted to wear something with pearls, to complete my timeless look. My family gifted me with the perfect set with pearls and ruby stones to wear with it!”- says the bride.
Advice For Other Brides-to-be
“Please enjoy this process. Do not stress yourself out over the small things. Take it one step at a time, prioritize, and keep a realistic budget. Work on your guest list carefully. Above all, don’t forget to have fun!” – says the bride Ayesha.