Deepika Padukone's bridal trousseau made headlines for all the right reasons. She looked radiant as a typical Sabyasachi Mukherjee bride and her numerous wedding outfits were a dream come true for any girl out there. While her Sindhi wedding attire was designed by the ace designer, the Konkani one was a gift by her mommy dearest. Sabyasachi was quick to inform her fans that the red Kanjeevaram saree for her Konkani wedding was not designed by him. It was in fact bought from The House of Angad store in Bengaluru and it was picked keeping her royal taste in mind.Deepika Padukone’s Reception Look Was Borrowed From Her Own Previous Styling – View Pics.
K Radharaman, founder and head designer of Advaya from The House of Angad store in his conversation with TOI revealed the intricate details about Deepika's saree and why the outfit was so special for the actress. He said, "The Konkani tradition demands that the mother chooses the sari that the bride wears during the wedding ceremony. Deepika was with her mother when the wedding sari was picked. The family has been our customer for many years. Deepika liked this particular sari, which is a limited-edition design. This Kanjeevaram real zari brocade sari with a broad border is also significant as it has the gandaberunda (the two-head eagle that is the emblem of Karnataka state) motif in the body. The gandaberunda symbolises royalty and tradition in equal measure." Speaking about the importance of the gandaberunda, he further explained its significance. He said, "The two heads also denote prosperity and wisdom, which is material and spiritual wealth. We are happy Deepika chose an appropriate design like this. During this shopping trip, she also picked another sari for her personal collection. We are proud that the Bengaluru girl wore a Bengaluru design for her wedding in Italy." Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh's Bengaluru Reception: A South Indian's Paradise With Coconut Water And Curd Rice - Read Details!
Deepika's saree certainly looked royal and we are glad she picked an all traditional look for her both the ceremonies. Their happy pictures were indeed a sight for sore eyes and we hope their cheerful faces continue to beam from ear to ear for the rest of their lives.