Like a typical South Indian bride, Architha chose to wear a cream golden saree for the muhurtham, which was woven in Kanchipuram. A special order was placed to the weaver and once the saree was completed, it was couriered it to the local lady who deals with him in Bangalore. For the reception Architha chose to wear a heavy wine coloured brocade saree which was meticulously woven and the fine details were highlighted with golden zari thread from Angadi Sarees and Silks.
For her jewelry, Architha wore a mix of traditional jewelry from the family and more modern pieces. The family jewelry included traditional baju bands and kamarbandh – a delicate belt worn around the waist over the clothing that was stylishly combined with modern jewelled designs.