“It’s a match made in heaven:
The cool, calm seriousness of grey,
offset by the blushing prettiness of pink.”
Nikita and Sahil have a story for the ages. They met the generation old way, when the elders of the family introduced the Prince and the Princess. Nikita recollects sitting across the table from Sahil and clicking in a split second. And before they knew it, time had just flew by in their conversations. They call each other ‘destiny’.
It was a Punjabi wedding, with the royal Victorian elements to it. A touch of suave to the bundle of spectacle, welcomed the newly-weds.
The events cycled from a day-time setting into the dusky winter evening. At power with the right side of the creatively inclined, Nikita had designed the venue to be full of life and colour during the sunny morning; and lit up by scintillating fairy lights, diya hangings and all sorts of flexibly fun LEDs for the evening.
The Mehendi-Sangeet Special
Sporting elegant golden-red shades in her mehendi, Nikita was a shutterbug’s muse. Debonair and unornamented, she looked absolutely poised.
Dawning into the soirée, the bride danced through the evening rejoicing and celebrating the time of her life, dazzling in her Manish Malhotra attire.
The sangeet was celebrated in grand style. The decor featured a beautiful white floral theme and Victorian style candelabras dripping with crystals.
The Victorian Wedding Decor
The arrangement was a picturesque sight, something straight out of a magical story from historic times. Be it the floret laden swing, or the rustically archaic mandap, it demanded a second patient-gasping gaze.
What The Bride Wore
The Bride’s titanic eyes had the whole crew awe-inspired. Dressed to the nines in a Sabyasachi creation, Nikita looked cherubic in red. To add to the regality, the traditionally handpicked kundan jewellery had a sovereign effect on the entirety of the ensemble.
What The Groom Wore
Sahil came to bring the girl of his dreams home in crisp Sabyasachi regalia. Equally resplendent and smitten, the duo defined heritage and the institution of marriage as a first in today’s day and age.
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