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Jasprit Bumrah-Sanjana Ganesan’s haldi and mehendi ceremonies: The couple looked lovely together

For their wedding, the couple had opted for Sabyasachi creations. Have you seen the pictures yet?

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 17, 2021 9:11:39 am
The couple looked lovely together. (Designed by Gargi Singh)

Recently, Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah tied the knot with presenter Sanjana Ganesan in a private ceremony in Goa. After their wedding pictures, which went viral on social media, photos from their mehendi ceremony and haldi are out.  For haldi, the cricketer was seen in an Antar Agni kurta set while Sanjana opted for a yellow jamdani sari from the label Anavila. The sari is priced at ₹64,000.

The couple looked lovely together. (Source: PR Handout)

She accessorised the look with statement earrings as they both posed for the camera smiling widely.

They posed happily for the shutterbugs. (Source: PR Handout)

For mehendi, they both were seen in Anita Dongre ensembles and looked lovely together. Sanjana opted for a hand-painted lehenga featuring traditional Pichwai art — inspired by mystical Indian forests — along with gota patti hand embroidery. It was further embellished with dori, pearls, zari, zardosi, and sequins.

Pictures from their mehendi ceremony are out. (Source: PR handout)

She accessorised the look with statement earrings from the designer and completed it with her hair pulled together in a messy knot.

Jasprit complemented her traditional look well in an off-shite sherwani which featured similar motifs styled with Anita Dongre footwear.

The couple posed happily for the camera. (Source: PR handout) She looked lovely in the hand-painted lehenga. (Source: PR handout)

For their wedding, the couple opted for Sabyasachi creations. The bride was seen in a pale pink lehenga embroidered using silk floss. The look was accessorised with signature heritage jewellery made with uncut diamonds from the designer.

The Indian cricketer, on the other hand, was seen in a raw silk sherwani by the designer. This was teamed with a tussar-georgette shawl and accessorised with “strands of tourmalines and a kilangi studded with uncut diamonds and tourmalines from the Sabyasachi heritage jewellery collection,” the designer’s Instagram page informs.

 

 

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What do you think about their looks?

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