Deepika and Ranveer chose Sabyasachi Mukherjee's creations for the special days of their wedding ceremonies, and the ace designer claimed that he had not only styled all of their ensembles but also that the couple was clad "head to toe" in Sabyasachi outfits. "We have just received information that the sari was bought from Angadi Galleria in Bengaluru and would like to give them due credit for the same", an Instagram post on the couturier's account read.
They are set to host a reception in Bengaluru today for Padukone's family and friends.
Actors, cricketers and politicians are also expected to attend the Bengaluru reception of the newlywed Bollywood couple. It would surely be a night to remember! As for her beauty look for the evening, the new bride opted for a slick bun that highlighted her sindoor, and topped up her bun with fresh mogra. The couple is now hosting their first wedding reception in Bengaluru and has upped their social media game.
Deepika Padukone tied the knot with her beau Ranveer Singh in an Italian destination wedding, spread over two days.
The menu for the evening reportedly features choice South Indian cuisine, and Deepika's mother Ujjala Padukone is said to have personally overseen all the arrangements.
Soon after arriving in Bengaluru on Tuesday, Deepika and Ranveer headed straight to her home.
The gorgeous saree in red and gold that adorned Deepika during her Konkani wedding ceremony wasn't exactly a Sabyasachi creation. They followed Konkani wedding rituals on the first day and then got married again the next day with an Anand Karaj ceremony. Both bride and groom were styled by Sabyasachi.