Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh’s Italy wedding picture have left an indelible mark on our minds. With candid expressions, the couple's Konkani and Sindhi wedding traditions spoke volumes about their closeness towards their families. While Deepika was a sight to behold in her dazzling red lehenga for their Sindhi wedding, Ranveer took a U-turn from his unconventional style and looked like the perfect groom for his ladylove.
Fashion Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee, whose outfits were the highlight in the grand DeepVeer wedding, shared a glimpse of how both Deepika and Ranveer's attires were made. He shared snippets from behind-the-scenes about how intricately Deepika's lehenga was designed, hand-stitched and beautifully embroidered
Called the Indian Revival Project, the video showcases the initial drawings of the designs and then takes the viewers on the journey of how the intricate sequin and peacock motif handiwork was done.
It also shows how Deepika's much talked about 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhav' dupatta was hand-embroidered
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh returned to India on November 18 post which they hosted a reception at Bengaluru. After that, they attended a bash by Ritika Bhavnani where the twe newlyweds partied along with their close family and friends. Now, today, they will be attending another reception which is for the close family and friends of Bhavnani family.
The party for Bollywood will be on December 1. In the meantime, the newlyweds, Deepika and Ranveer, have been leaving their fans in awe of their happiness with their wedding and reception photos.