A Simple Yet Utterly Romantic PreWedding Shoot With Bride In A Sabyasachi Saree!

Prewedding is like a perfect way to soak up the romance in your relationship while clicking some awesome pictures! What's better than enjoying some quality time with your groom-to-be than saving up memories that will stay with you forever. We are always eyeing pre-weddings that are simple, unique and shows off the chemistry that the couple shares without trying too hard! And this pre-wedding shoot is exactly our type.

This gorgeous bride-to-be nailed her entire shoot looking like a royal princess in a multicolor striped Sabyasachi saree. She styled it with nude makeup and semi-sleek open hair look. On the other hand, the groom perfectly complemented her in a blue Suede blazer and white shirt with a bow. Here are some pictures that the bride shared from her pre-wedding with us. 


Look at that warmth and romance popping out without any extravagant location, extra props or heavy editing. 


Isn't it impressive to see a super warm shoot that superbly showcases the sheer love and affection the couple shares? 

Just when we think pre-weddings can't get any better, couple shoots like this leaves us in awe! This trend is definitely here to stay. 

And well, if you are wondering where did you see this fab saree. It's what Alia Bhatt wore to Star Screen Awards and her look spread like fire on the Internet.

 

Want to know the price of this and other Sabyasachi sarees: Read our blog on
The Ultimate Guide To Sabyasachi Saree Prices

The best kind of pre-wedding shoots are when the essence of the couple is perfectly captured by the photographer. To perfectly portray this, it is important that you explore your interests as a couple and then, decide on the idea. 

If you are looking for some more simple yet lovey-dovey pre-wedding shoot ideas, then check out these indoor pre-weddings that are just so perfect for couples that are low-key and looking for some cheaper options. 

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