After a ravishing Roka and an equally bewitching bridal party, fans can barely wait for Priyanka Chopra's wedding to Nick Jonas that is expected to be held in December later this year. But why wait another month to take bridal dressing notes from her before she walks down the aisle?

Anita Dongre
 

Anita Dongre

Red is said to be the colour of Indian weddings. Priyanka Chopra looks stunning in this Anita Dongre lehenga that strikes a perfect balance between ethnic and modern wear. The net chunri further enhances her ensemble by adding a slight symmetry to it. She has elegantly accessorized her wedding look with big statement earrings and a delicate-looking neck piece.

Sabyasachi
 

Sabyasachi

There is no better reason to wear some shimmer than at a wedding, especially if it’s your own. Your outfit can always help you add more sparkle to the event. A shimmery bridal gown or lehenga will ensure that every attendee remembers your wedding for the longest time possible. The dazzling crystals and the intricate design on this Sabyasachi saree make Priyanka Chopra look even more elegant and poised than usual. She has beautifully complemented her dazzling look with long shimmery earrings that help augment the wedding vibes.

Manish Malthora
 

Manish Malthora

This is a throwback to 2012 when Priyanka Chopra walked the ramp for Manish Malhotra in this head-turning tangerine coloured bridal lehenga and choli. The boat-neck blouse that she wore back then has become like quite the wedding essential now. It makes you look pretty glamorous, adding a slight touch of contemporaneousness as well. The transparent lace chunri is probably the highlight of the look as it provides a nice finishing touch to the traditional approach of the entire outfit.

IIFA 2011
 

IIFA 2011

Priyanka wore this delicate faux georgette lehenga to the IIFA awards ceremony back in 2011. Velvet is one fabric that will always have you in the limelight, no matter the occasion. This velvet blouse is a fashion trend that has been revived in recent years and epitomizes the idea behind her entire look. The intricate lace design over her white chunri and the frills of her lehenga perfectly and beautifully contrast the symmetry of her outfit. You can always re-create a similar look by experimenting with the choice of fabrics and prints, combining it with transparent lace.