Designer Ashley Rebello shares the details about Hazel's wedding trousseau.
One of India's most eligible bachelors is going to tie the knot in his hometown today.
The celebrations have already begun of what is possibly one of the most anticipated weddings of the season. All eyes are on the gorgeous bride-to-be, Hazel Keech.
After a secret engagement in Bali earlier this Diwali, the actor-model is all set to marry the man of her dreams today, November 30.
Naturally, the fashion circle, as well as her fans, are excited to know who she would wear on her big day!
And after months of speculation, the secret is finally out!
Deepshika Punj of Indusparent finds out how designer Ashley Rebello has put together Hazel's wedding trousseau.
Hazel's special Sikh wedding ensemble
Since the couple will first go for a traditional Sikh wedding at a gurudwara in Fatehgarh Sahib, Yuvraj will don a sherwani with a turban and Hazel will dress up in Sikh bridal wear, which is a red and gold embroidered patiala suit.
Most Sikh brides go for the red and gold combination because the colour is considered auspicious for brides.
According to Indusparent, as is tradition, this outfit was gifted by her mother-in-law Shabnam Singh, who will also gift the bride-to-be a raanihaar, which is a heavy gold neckpiece of multiple layers.
For the reception on November 30, Hazel will reportedly wear a peach and gold chiffon sari.
For another special event in Delhi on December 7, the newly wed will don an ensemble specially made for her by ace designer JJ Valaya.
Hazel is not just going to be a part of one wedding ceremony at the Dera. She will reportedly have another Hindu wedding in Goa preceded by mehendi and haldi ceremonies.
Deepshika Punj of Indusparent discovers that Hazel has enlisted her friend and designer Ashley Rebello for the job.
The designer, who is also a favourite of Salman Khan, has designed her outfits for her Hindu wedding in Goa as well for her haldi and mehendi outfits.
"For the mehendi and haldi ceremonies, I have designed an off-white lehenga with a plain Benarasi border and a sleeveless kurti with gota work. She's a very simple girl and wanted something according to her tastes," Ashley Rebello reportedly told the media.
He added, "For the wedding in Goa, I have made a red-and-gold Benarasi sari for her with a zardozi kamarbandh and jewellery by Anmol. She has also taken an Indigo-coloured jumpsuit with a zardozi belt and collar for the reception the next day."