Tropical Bali, Indonesia was the destination of choice for this gorgeous couple to tie the knot in their Hindu-Punjabi Indian wedding.
With picturesque outdoor wedding events, a stunning bridal trousseau, and a madly in love bride and groom – this wedding was perfect for the unique and romantic feel that Parul and Pranav were going for.
The fabulous events began with a beautiful engagement party and welcome dinner.
Set in the gorgeous gardens of the Ayana Resort, the round dinner tables were placed along the tiers of the venue facing the stage where Parul and Pranav exchanged rings.
Along with welcoming the bride and groom-to-be to the event, Indonesian dancers entertained guests putting on a stunning and memorable performance.
For the engagment party, Parul chose an off-the-runway gold and white lehenga by Rimple and Harpreet Narula; while Pranav wore a bandhgalla suit by Raghavendra Rathore
The next morning, a mehendi and pool party was held at a sea-facing villa with a private pool. A cabana in the pool area was decorated with marigolds, pink drapery and a dance floor.
Guest enjoyed beer pong, shisha, and a game of pool tug-of-war where the bride’s side faced off against the groom’s side!
What the Bride & Groom-To-Be Wore
Parul looked stunning in a strapless draped floral gown by Sonaakshi Raaj with a floral crown to match. Her mehendi looked beautiful in its dark red colouring as she spent the afternoon with her closest friends and family.
That evening, the couple held a Buddha Bar themed cocktail party in the ballroom of the resort. With dance performances by family and friends, this event allowed guests to dress up, relax with a drink and dance the night away before the big day.
The morning before the wedding, as per tradition, the bride and groom each held their own haldi ceremonies. With a Hawaiian theme in mind, the cabana where the ceremony took place was draped with yellow and orange fabric and colourful flowers.
Finally the wedding arrives and a stunning floral mandap is erected on the beach. Decorated with bright florals in tones of pink and red, the mandap looked stunning as the sun set and the couple took their pheras.
What the Bride Wore
Parul looked gorgeous in an elegant lehenga by Sabyasachi. She looked royal in polki and pearl jewellery as she made her way to the wedding.
The bride’s beautiful hair and makeup was created by artist Natasha Moor for the big day.
What the groom wore
Pranav chose a beautiful green floral sherwani by Sabyasachi for the wedding. He wore a pink turban – creating a beautiful contrast to the outfit.
That same evening after the couple married, the newlyweds held their reception in a marquee under the stars. Decor featured beautiful white and pink florals, candles and glittering tablecloths.