Vintage glam to soothing hues and unique 'Chand Taara' jewels, Masaba Gupta's subtle and surreal bridal look from House of Masaba is a love story in itself!

Multi-talented star Masaba Gupta got married to her longtime boyfriend Satyadeep Misra, and also the co-actor from the sets of her eponymous Netflix series Masaba Masaba, in a private court ceremony. The wedding was an intimate and private affair with her family in attendance. Sharing the wedding post on Instagram, the couple wore custom-made outfits from her own line of clothing ‘House of Masaba’. 

The couple looked absolutely beautiful, and we bet you really cannot take your eyes off of them. The designer bride chose a barfi pink raw silk lehenga with gold embroidery and a lime green dupatta with a wallflower print. By ditching soft hues in lieu of a more maximal look, the bride stated the return of colour to wedding attire.


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The first-ever Masaba motif, 'the palm' and 'the chidiya,' symbolized the fusion of tradition and freedom, that was displayed at the custom borders. A demonstration that women must honor the institution of marriage while also listening to their emotions and expressing their thoughts.

In an exclusive interview with Vogue, the designer also shared that Satyadeep and her were wearing a bridal collection that is yet to be launched. Everyone else in the family was also dressed in the House of Masaba. 


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For the jewellery, the newlywed bride wore customized ‘Chand Taara’ inspired by South Indian headgear. She also layered her mom’s vintage collection of necklaces, statement earrings, and pearl ring bracelets. The hair and makeup were fairly simple with nude lips and lots of kajal. 

While the groom complimented his bride wearing a barfi pink wallflower bandi and a comfortable kurta pajama with a well-groomed look. 


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Posing together in pictures the newlyweds gave early 90’s Bollywood romance and we loved how simple and elegant their wedding ensembles looked! 

(Source – Instagram / Vogue)