Dhanashree Verma and Yuzvendra Chahal’s wedding bling makes the case for polished, coloured high jewellery

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The new ‘it couple’ on the block Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma show us what day-time chic looks like in the intimate wedding memo

It was during the lockdown that cupid struck between Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma and in no time as soon as Yuzvendra returned to the homestead after India’s series against Australia, the lovebirds announced their engagement. Following which the two tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Gurugram on December 22nd and thus began the happily ever after of #DhanaSaidYuz. Soon, the pictures from their wedding regalia surfaced online and the two looked madly in love shining through in Tarun Tahiliani trousseau and making a bold statement with their stunning jewellery choice – a mix of regality and new-age aesthetics. Here’s all the inspiration you need from this couple of the moment.

Striking emeralds to complement the pastel palette of the engagement ensemble

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The new ‘it couple’ on the block Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma show us what day-time chic looks like in the intimate wedding memo
Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Gurugram on December 22 and from the bride’s Tarun Tahiliani trousseau to the groom’s audacious sapphire kalagi, everything screamed regal drama. The couple’s look was anchored by classic styling and yet both the bride and groom took some risks in terms of their high jewellery picks, in an effort to stand out. Every piece worn by Yuzvendra and Dhanashree exuded a discerning focus on intricate and elaborate craftsmanship. And yet the numbers are all marked by a very uncluttered, sophisticated dynamic, perfect for urban intimate weddings. Here’s an exploration of their wedding looks:
Striking emeralds to complement the pastel palette of the engagement ensemble For her engagement Dhanashree relied on a fresh and dreamy pastel look, and smartly opted for dramatic and rather exceptional Rajasthani jewellery from The Gem Palace, Jaipur. It’s important to note that the design house is famed for marrying homegrown heritage craftsmanship with modern influences. Everything in Dhanashree’s impeccably silhouetted choker, from the cushion-cut emeralds, stylized diamond settings and cultured pearls add to the polished, urban aesthetic which is quite noteworthy for a diamond necklace this heavy-set.

While Dhanashree made the perfect choice of jewellery for a day-time affair, Yuzvendra opted for diamond studs to complement her clean and classic look.

Look like a spitting image of new-age royalty in intricately done jewellery pieces

It’s clear that the couple gave a lot of thought into curating their looks for the wedding, especially in terms of colours; despite royalty-inspired jewellery being the mainstay of their look, each number is actually quite effortless and repeatable. Dhanashree opted for a superbly ornatel bridal choker set by Shri Paramani Jewels. The crescent or ‘chand’ suspensions encrusted with uncut diamonds and deep ruby carbachons add a very interesting breathiness to the number. . A pearl panel that held it all together gave a delicate undertone to thea statement piece. When it comes to picking coloured jadau or traditional jewellery, even for daylight weddings, it’s really important not to introduce too many colours. Dhanashree was very careful about this as as her polkimathapatti flanked with ruby drops perfectly gelled with the rest of her look.
Chahal too amped up the style stakes and sported a signature Kalgi encrusted with white sapphire and rubies to channel the royal groom vibe. But what really worked as the showstopper in his look was his unique double-strand necklace adorned with carved melon Zambian emeralds with old cultured pearls. Such a bowler err baller, we say!

 

By – Kratagya Rathore

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