Bollywood divas love to look their best on every occasion and weddings give them all the more reason to look their fashionable best. The wedding season is here and B-town has already witnessed a few divas sealing the deal. With Asin making a start for this year’s list of celebrity weddings, Urmila Matondkar, Preity Zinta and a hoard of others followed suit. Needless to say, celebrities love to steal the show all the time and what better occasion than weddings to hog all the limelight! From elegant sarees to ethnic lehengas and exquisite jewellery, B’wood divas put in a lot of effort to look their bridal best. While Asin stole the show in an elegant Sabyasachi lehenga, Urmila flaunted a stunning red Manish Malhotra creation for her big day. Read on as we bring to you a quick recap of B’wood’s best bridal attires! Image Credit: Twitter
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Very few of my friends have worn traditional wedding dresses. There was a Grecian-style dress for the only church wedding, in New Orleans, and those getting married this fall are embracing color! Not to mention thoroughly modern silhouettes. I don’t know if this is only a New York thing, but an increasing number of brides seem to be ditching tradition in favor of a wedding that says, “This is me!” And then there’s Abigail Kingston of Pennsylvania.