While we love a big-fat Indian wedding, there is a certain charm about intimate weddings. You can wear whatever you want, have only your most special people, and be as candid as possible. And, one such wedding which not only blew us away but also took us by surprise is that of Masaba Gupta. Masaba tied the knot with her long-term boyfriend Satyadeep Mishra this morning and took to her Instagram to announce her intimate court wedding. Scroll below to get all the exclusive deets!
Everything About Masaba Gupta’s Intimate Wedding
Deets of Masaba & Satyadeep’s Intimate Wedding
Amongst her nearest and dearest ones, ace designer and actor Masaba Gupta got hitched to actor Satyadeep Mishra, who she had met on the set of Masaba Masaba. The actor, in an exclusive announcement with Vogue, shared, “this is truly a private moment for both of us, and more than anything, we wanted to enjoy it!”
The couple wanted the wedding to be more about themselves than about stressing over the arrangements and doing things that will please other people.
The duo had a simple court wedding but they also shared that a party with a little less than 100 people is soon to follow.
Masaba also shared with Vogue, “It meant a lot that my father flew down from the Caribbean. It's the first time in my life that my stepfather, my father, my mother, my mother-in-law, and my sister-in-law are all going to be in the same room celebrating together. For me, that's the biggest moment of my life, and I wanted that to be intimate.”
The Surreal House of Masaba Outfits
It’s no surprise that Masaba and Satyadeep picked House of Masaba for their wedding outfits but we love the fact that the duo’s family members also matched them in House of Masaba. Masaba for her big day wore barfi pink ‘paan-patti’ lehenga that was paired with two dupattas - one in a lime green wallflower print with a sequinned border while the other one had ‘open hearts’ embellished on it in rani pink. The designer mentioned on Instagram that the custom border has the first ever Masaba Motif - ‘the palm’ & the ‘chidiya’ which celebrates the union of tradition & freedom.
The blushing bride looked absolutely ravishing in her own creation!
While Masaba was a vision in her lehenga, Satyadeep was not very far behind. Mishra for his big day went with a matching barfi pink colored wallflower bandi and a comfortable kurta-pajama. Gupta tells Vogue, “ I think when it comes to men's wear, simplicity is the future of weddings, grooms included.”
We wish the happy couple a long and prosperous married life. We can't wait to see what their celebratory party is going to be like!