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In the grand scheme of Indian weddings, outfits play an important role. We round the impeccably put together looks that made Netflix series The Big Day a big hit for brides all around. 

As a bride-to-be or simply a hopeless romantic we’re always admiring the beautiful outfits brides pick for their big day. So when the OTT show The Big Day made its big debut on Netflix, we couldn’t help but ooh and aah over the unique outfits the brides (and yes grooms) picked. As the couples questioned traditions, personalised the big fat Indian wedding and created an experience was truly a spectacle, we delighted in the beautiful clothes that complemented the entire production. From trailing gowns to funky Mehendi lehengas, we have the dish on the designers that the couples picked for their monumental moments on Netflix series The Big Day.

Divya Khandelwal in Falguni Shane Peacock

Divya Khandelwal in Falguni Shane Peacock
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We absolutely loved the details that went into making Divya and Aman’s sustainable wedding at Alila Fort Bishangarh. Fuss-free yet impactful, Divya’s white cut-dana lehenga from Falguni Shane Peacock paired with a cascading diamond necklace perfectly complemented the beautiful setting.  

Gayeti Singh in Gaurav Gupta

Gayeti Singh in Gaurav Gupta
Image: Gayeti Singh Instagram

With Gaurav Gupta being the only designer to be included in the Netflix’s The Big Day its only right we stand up and pay attention to the beautiful couture outfit he created for Gayeti Singh. A multi-layered degradé skirt made with 200 metres of silk organza and a sculpted pearl embroidered blouse with a ruffled dupatta.

 

Gayeti Singh in Raw Mango

Gayeti Singh in Raw Mango
Image: Gayeti Singh Instagram

When it came to her wedding ceremony, Gayeti took the unconventional route and picked a mint green sari from Raw Mango. An organza dupatta and traditional jewellery completed this delicate day wedding look.

 

Nikhita Iyar in Tarun Tahiliani

Nikhita Aiyar in Tarun Tahiliani
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Capturing our attention at Nikhita’s Alice In Wonderland themed mehendi was her beautiful pastel hued lehenga from Tarun Tahiliani. Soft blue with delicate pink floral embroidery and a strappy blouse, this whimsical look made her look like a Disney princess.

Nikhita Iyar in Gavin Miguel

Nikhita Iyar in Gavin Miguel
Image: Dreamz Krraft Weddings Instagram

Gavin Miguel’s sculptural gowns are designed for drama as seen in Nikhita’s black tiered strapless gown that she picked for her reception.

Pallavi Bishnoi in Seema Gujral

Pallavi Bishnoi in Seema Gujral
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The contrast of the pea green lehenga with a mirror work blouse against the yellow marigold at Pallavi Bishnoi’s mehendi made for quite an impactful visual. The lehenga was designed by Delhi-based couturier Seema Gujral and made for a refreshing change in terms of colour and style.

Pallavi Bishnoi in Sabyasachi

Pallavi Bishnoi Wedding
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Pallavi’s beautiful scarlet red wedding lehenga with gold zari embroidery was designed by none other than couturier, Sabyasachi. The pairing of gold jewellery with the look had her looking like a quintessential Indian bride.

Daniel Bauer + Tyrone Braganza in Falguni Shane Peacock

Daniel Bauer + Tyrone Braganza Falguni Shane Peacock
Image: Falguni Shane Peacock Instagram

Serving some serious style inspiration for grooms everywhere were Daniel and Tyrone’s matching ivory-hued sherwanis from Falguni Shane Peacock. Worn at the Hindu ceremony, the delicate embroidery on the silk sherwanis was complemented with soft pink safas and turbans with pearl jewellery.

Akshita Nahar Jain
Sr Associate Editor
Akshita Nahar Jain has worked with various publications, including Elle, Harper’s Bazaar Bride, and Time Out Delhi, and written extensively on fashion and lifestyle. A sucker for alliteration and shows with more style than script, she enjoys scrolling the web for less travelled destinations.