On Monday, Indian cricketer and actress Athiya Shetty got married in a private ceremony. Anamika Khanna’s delicate pink chikankari lehenga, which the bride wore on the momentous occasion, was made in 10,000 hours, said the designer.
The couple posted the same photos to Instagram with the caption, “In your light, I learn how to love.” We got married today, surrounded by the people we love the most, in the place that has brought us so much happiness and peace.
KL Rahul matched Athiya in an elegant ivory sherwani by Anamika Khanna, while she wore a soft pink chikankari dress by the designer for the important occasion.
This beautiful piece was created by hand, is woven from silk, and features zardozi and jaali embroidery. Additionally, it has a complicated crafted silk organza veil and dupatta. The artist Anamika Khanna said the lehenga “is a labour of love and took about 10,000 hours to create in a conversation with Vogue.
Additionally, Anamika discussed the wedding lehenga’s origin, revealing that it was Athiya Shetty herself. “Athiya has an incredibly exquisite, nuanced, and lovely taste,” she continued. The fact that she would be the bride but would never be the bride for whom almost everything takes over inspired me to create something special for her. She has a very great personality, and I believe she is extremely conscious of this.
“Nothing is calling for attention, yet it’s simply her,” continued Anamika Khanna. It is safe to say that even in the upcoming years, she won’t grow tired of this dress. To make this stunning outfit for Athiya Shetty, the designer spared no effort.
Athiya, on the other hand, embodied the vintage beauty of the style of designing the bridal lehenga with less is more. She chose blush pink makeup, sheer pink lips, and kohl-lined eyelashes as her glamour choices. The outfit was completed with a centre-parted bun, a hefty halter necklace, mang patti earrings, and bangles.