Majestic lehenga-sherwani to breathtaking jadau blouse, intricate details from Hardik Pandya-Natasa Stankovic’s Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla wedding trousseau that we love!

Tis the season of love and romance as many of our showbiz celebs are taking the leap and solidifying their commitments for each other. After Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani’s dreamy affair, we were blessed with another destination wedding to Rajasthan.  

Picking up from where they left off, Indian Cricketer Hardik Pandya and dancer Natasa Stankovic renewed their wedding vows three years later in front of their close friends and family. With the pandemic of COVID-19 shrinking their wedding plans to a homely affair back in 2020, the duo went all out to celebrate their love in the form of a dreamy wedding respecting both their cultures. After their white wedding, Hardik and Natasa said ‘now and forever’ in a traditional Hindu Wedding looking oh-so-spectacular!

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Styled effortlessly by Nikita Jaisinghani, the duo outshone the regalia of the décor in custom ensembles from Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla. For the Jaimala ceremony, Natasa walked straight out of the fairytale dressed in a delicately detailed gota ghagra, blouse and dupatta. Keeping in mind the Gujarati traditions, the red bandhani dupatta also served as a perfect contrast to her lavish gold attire.

A generously studded polki necklace along with a matching set of earrings, chunky kadas and a maang tika accentuated her ethnic look furthermore. With the outfit and jewels stealing the show, the bride opted for a muted glam.

Keeping it au neutral, Natasa chose a nude pout and a classic bun along with a minuscule bindi to finish her look. So gorg!

Twinning in the shade of gold with his bride was Hardik in an off-white jamdani sherwani, which was hand-embroidered with gold zardozi. Breaking the monotony of his look were the red and green beads bejeweled lavishly on his attire. That layered neckpiece definitely added to the regalia of his overall look.

For the pheras, the bride changed into a bright red chamois satin sari embroidered with gold, pearl, red and green beads, that featured an intricately detailed border paired with an organza dupatta. However, the highlight of the outfit was definitely her statement-making jadau blouse with exaggerated sleeves, generously detailed with beads, crystals and zardosi work. Without changing much, she kept her glam and jewels pretty much the same

So, what do you think of these looks?

(Source-Instagram@AbuJaniSandeepKhosla, @TheWeddingStory)