'Lady Superstar' Nayanthara and Tamil filmmaker Vignesh Shivan got married in a fairy tale wedding ceremony at Mahabalipuram, on the outskirts of Chennai, in the presence of family members and close friends, which also saw several leading names from the film industry from across the nation grace the joyous occasion. In that light, a major topic of discussion among fans on social media has been the wedding attire Nayanthara and Vignesh Shivan were seen wearing on their big day, with details now coming out that the newly-wed couple tied the knot in custom-made Jade ensembles. 

Nayanthara looked every bit the contemporary bride with a strong allegiance to her traditional roots in a festive red Jade sari, which had borders kissed with motifs inspired by the architecture of the historic Hoysala temple. The wedding attire designed by Monica Shah of Jade was designed after discussions with the actress and the duo came up with the idea of inculcating inspiration from ancient temples. As a thoughtful tribute to Nayanthara's penchant for traditional motifs, the designer took a reference and went ahead with tone-on-tone embroidery inspired by the carvings on the temples. Hours of meticulous craftsmanship at the Jade atelier led to the handcrafted and richly-detailed saree for the actress, which bears intricate details and unparalleled finesse.

It has been revealed that Nayanthara was keen on wearing a saree over a lehenga at her wedding to Vignesh Shivan as it is in sync with her roots. Likewise, the saree, which included a hint of theatricality featuring more kalis to the pallu in addition to the veil, gave the ensemble a complete look and as seen the whole day today drew attention to the actress. Keeping in line with Nayanthara's fondness for tradition, Laxmi motifs such as bajubandh were reimagined for the wedding saree. Furthermore, the Fourth vow running across the ensemble has been personalized with the bride Nayanthara and the groom Vignesh Shivan's names, thus symbolizing togetherness, commitment, and mutual respect. Vignesh Shivan's outfit signifies the four pheras representing - Dharma, Arth, Kama, and Moksha - and, he is seen looking dapper in a veshti, kurta, and shawl, all painstakingly handcrafted in the Jade atelier. The shawl has an ornate appeal and is hand done with Ek Taar embroidery, which included a look of grand splendor and magnificent charisma.