15 Sabyasachi Inspired Wedding Portraits

Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s clothes are oh so gorgeous (to say the least) but what I love about all his campaigns is the fact that he gives so much attention to detail. The look and expression of the models, the vibe projected through the setting and the opulence in the design and direction of the photographs makes his Instagram shows nothing short of a spectacle. Through images captured by ace photographer Tarun Vishwa, Sabyasachi manages to put the best version of his brand forward with each passing collection.

I am sure you tell yourself, “kaash yeh main hoti” with every post that comes up.  So we give you some references that could get you closer to your wish. Scroll down to see our selection of photographs that you could attempt at your wedding:

1. For the Bride

2. For the Groom

3. For The Dulha-Dulhan Ki Jodi

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An antique brocade lehenga is reinforced with kantha from Barasat and smeared with bel-butis created with hand-cut metal sequins. The lehenga is framed with an oversized zardosi border featuring burnt bullion, tea-dyed pearls and velvet appliqués. A museum quality chikan dupatta with a burnt zardosi border and a diaphanous odhna (veil), meticulously hand-embroidered on tulle, complete this limited edition, one-of-a-kind textile lehenga. All jewellery from the Sabyasachi archives. Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Samode Palace, Jaipur @samode_hotels #Sabyasachi #KesribaiPannalal #TheCuriosityArtAndAntiquityProject #CAAP #TheWorldOfSabyasachi  @bridesofsabyasachi @groomsofsabyasachi

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4. For the Cool Dad

5. For The Dignified Mother

6. For the Bride and her Behen

7. For The Squad

8. For The Groom, Best Man & The Giggling Bridesmaids

9. For The Unconventional Bride

10. For The Experimental Dulha

11. For The Bride & Her Bridesmaid(s)

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The lady wears a vintage mustard shawl-collar velvet portrait blouse with zardosi details and hand-painted and printed Iranian turquoise organza saree with lush blooms and vintage borders. On her neck is a stunning emerald, diamond and rose-cut choker, woven with Basra pearls. An eclectic mix of the artsy, the period and the ‘mod’. Jewellery Courtesy: The Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection. For all jewellery-related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com @sabyasachijewelry Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Samode Palace, Jaipur @samode_hotels #Sabyasachi #KesribaiPannalal #SabyasachiJewelry #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi

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12. For The Dulha Aur Dulhe Ka Bhai

13. For The Graceful Three Generations

14. For The Dulha, Dulhan & Devar

15. For The Deets

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Tirmani, literally translated, means “three gemstones.” A part of the Nizam’s jewellery repertoire, it is a unique and aristocratic necklace usually made with diamonds, emeralds and rubies and strung with pearls. The Tirmani, because of its proportions and simplicity, remains one of our house classics. The lady wears a statement Tirmani necklace in tourmalines, emeralds, uncut diamonds and pearls. An Indian equivalent to the European cameo chokers, Tirmanis add a touch of whimsical sophistication to shawl-collar blouses and printed organza sarees. Jewellery Courtesy: The Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection. For all jewellery-related queries, kindly contact sabyasachijewelry@sabyasachi.com @sabyasachijewelry Photo Courtesy: Tarun Vishwa #TarunVishwa Location Courtesy: Samode Palace, Jaipur @samode_hotels #Sabyasachi #KesribaiPannalal #SabyasachiJewelry #TheWorldOfSabyasachi @bridesofsabyasachi

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So couples getting married in the near future go ahead, give these a shot and don’t forget to credit Tarun Vishwa and Sabyasachi Mukherjee for your classic moments.

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