All About Dia Mirza’s Wedding

All About DiaMirza’s Wedding

After a lot of speculations Dia Mirza tied the knot with her long-time boyfriend- Sahil Sangha in a beautiful Arya Samaj wedding ceremony on 18 October. The wedding had four different functions that took place at various locations in Delhi.

  1. Mehndi – Dia Mirza’s mehendi was a low-key affair which took place in Delhi on October 16. For her mehendi function the former beauty queen opted for a Ritu Kumar outfit. Dia looked gorgeous in a full-sleeved, vintage style mustard yellow anarkali with a banarsi red silk border, and zardozi embroidery paired with a sharara underneath. For the event Dia’s hair was tied in a beautiful braid which was wrapped with flowers. She did not much accessorize the look and opted for jhumkas, a long thin necklace and a simple mangtika to complete her look.dia
  1. Sangeet–For the couple’s sangeet ceremony,Dia wore a dazzling purple and gold raw silk lehenga with a full sleeved gold mirror work blouse with a high neck designed by Anita Dongre. She accessorized the look with a three string polki and pearl necklace piece with a large blue pendant.

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  1. Wedding – For the wedding Dia turned out in an emerald green and beige sharara with hints of green and blue detailing and banarsi borders at the bottom.This outfit was a reminder of lavish Mughal era and also had Hyderabadi touch. Dia wore two different dupattas with her sharara and her jewellery was a perfect combination of green, gold and pearls, her outfit was designed by Ritu Kumarand this ensemble compromised of a kurta, Farshi pajjama and a dupatta.

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Dia Mirza Weds Sahil Sangha (16)

Dia Mirza Weds Sahil Sangha (26)

  1. Reception–For the reception Dia wore a peach lehenga with gold embroidery designed by Shantanu and Nikhil. The blouse was cream with gold hues and the dupatta was with cut-out, she wore contrasting jewellery with this outfit.

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