What all went into the making of Priyanka's wedding gown

 What all went into the making of Priyanka's wedding gown

Actress Priyanka Chopra got married to her long-time boyfriend singer Nick Jonas early last month. While the grand festivities took place at Umaid Bhavan Palace in Rajasthan, what caught everybody's attention was Priyanka's custom-made Ralph Lauren wedding ensemble.

Priyanka's iconic wedding dress with a massive 75 ft-long trail was made with 135 satin-covered buttons, 700 spools of ivory thread, 5,600 pearlized seed beads, 11,632 Swarovski crystals and 2,412,000 high-luster sequins. A total of 15 skilled artisants yoiled hard for 1, 826 hours to make this gown a reality. Priyanka's wedding date was also embroidered on the gown.

A recent video that has surfaced online, shows the making of the gown and Priyanka trying them.


Priyanka wore a Sabyasachi red lehenga for her Hindu wedding that took place on December 2.

She also had a customised neo-modern mangalsutra designed by Sabyasachi Mukherji.

Her husband Nick Jonas also wore a Ralph Lauren Purple Label tuxedo and his tux had a piece of the bride's dress concealed at the interior lapel, just over his heart. The fragment had been hand-embroidered with the Urdu words 'My Jaan', Ralph Lauren revealed.