Bridal Fashion

Trendiest Ways to Include 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava' in Your Bridal Look

Medha Chawla, 21 May 2019

When Deepika Padukone's photos from her Sindhi-Punjabi wedding with Ranveer Singh surfaced the Internet, the moment was a historic one! Not only because we all gushed over our favorite couple's gleeful wedding snaps, but that particular moment embarked a new stir in the bridal fashion scenario. Yes, we are talking about Deepika Padukone's bridal dupatta which had 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava' embroidered on its borders. Rightly so, this aspect from DeepVeer's Anand Karaj ceremony made the loudest noise. 

The Sanskrit phrase 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava' translates to 'may you always be lucky as a married woman'. It is a blessing bestowed to every bride and married woman so as to wish her blissful wifehood throughout her life. Deepika Padukone donned this blessing via her dupatta to make the wedding look even more auspicious. And we believe, infusing this Sanskrit enchant is not only auspicious but also a great neo-traditional fashion trend. Ever since Deepika's statement bridal dupatta, 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava' has garnered a distinctive recognition and a colossal fan following. Inspired by Deepika Padukone,  a lot of brides are religiously following this trend and infusing the holy phrase in their bridal look, and we can't help but bring forth all the ideas to you.

Unique ways to include 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava' in your Bridal Look

Bridal Mehendi

Do not miss out on getting etched this auspicious phrase while abiding by all the latest mehendi trends.

The Latkans

Give your peppy latkans a traditional twist by having them embroidered with 'Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava'.

The waistbelt

Take a cue from this real bride who donned Deepika wala Lehenga with a twist. Her Sabyasachi bridal lehenga featured the famous phrase not only on her dupatta but also on the waistbelt. And we think it is a voguish detailing to add to your bridal outfit.

The Dupatta

Lastly, the most legit and raging way is to have it in your bridal dupatta. Not only Sabyasachi, but most bridalwear stores are brimmed with similar dupattas. Moreover, even the local lace and border retail stores are also selling similar customized borders.


How would you like to include Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava in your bridal look? Tell us in the comments.