Athiya Shetty married KL Rahul in a pink handmade wedding lehenga by Anamika Khanna

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Actress Athiya Shetty and cricketer KL Rahul took a total of 10,000 hours at their father Suniel Shetty's Khandala estate and tied the knot.

On Monday, the couple shared the good news on Instagram with similar messages that read: "In your light, I learned to love." Today we married those we love most in a home that has given us immense joy and peace. With a heart full of gratitude and love, we seek your blessings on this journey together." For the special day, Athiya chose a delicate pink chikankari lehenga by Anamika Khanna, while KL Rahul complemented her with a designer embroidered ivory sherwani. Read more. while we reveal all the details that went into Athiya's minimal and chic outfit to create a wedding photo.

Athiya Shetty Wedding Lehenga Making

Athiya Shetty, who tied the knot with KL Rahul in front of a guest list of 70, wore a delicate pink Anamika Khanna chikankari lehenga. This exquisite piece is handcrafted and woven and made with silk zardozi and jaali work. It also has a silk organza veil and dupatta that is full of intricate handiwork. In an interview with Vogue, designer Anamika Khanna revealed that the lehenga "is a labor of love and took about 10,000 hours to make." See the beautiful pictures from the wedding below.

Anamika also spoke about the inspiration behind the wedding spirit and revealed that it was Athiya Shetty herself. He added, "Athiya has extremely sophisticated, refined, and beautiful taste. I wanted to develop something special for her that reflects the fact that she will be a bride, but she will never be a bride who has everything. She has a strong personality. and I think that he knows well about it."

Anamika Khanna added, "Nothing screams attention [with the lehenga] and yet it's just so her. It's safe to say it's not an outfit she'll tire of even years from now." The designer left no stone unturned for Athiya Shetty to create this stunning piece.

Meanwhile, Athiya added old-world charm and the less-is-more trend to the wedding lehenga style. To go glam, she opted for blush pink eyeshadow, nude pink lips, and kohl-lined lids. Maximum mehendi design, heavy necklace, Mang tika, earrings, bangles, and center-parted bun completed everything.

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