A Colorful Extravaganza at the Wedding of Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra

by Belle Biarezky [[ 1544148000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Notable Weddings  

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Undoubtedly, Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's wedding has been highly anticipated. It is no surprise since the collaboration between a modern Western and a vibrant Indian culture is indeed interesting to be observed. The couple has also proved that they were 100% into all the processes.

Took place at Umaid Bhawan Place in Jodhpur, Nick and Priyanka went into a Christian wedding ceremony led by the father of the groom. The bride's gown, which was specially made by Ralph Lauren, was definitely an attention stealer. The high-collared lace gown, which fits to Priyanka's body like a glove, needed 1,826 hours to make its embroideries with hands. Inside the lace gown was a dress made out of more-than two millions heads of pearl sequins. The full name of the groom (Nicholas Jerry Jonas), the wedding date and names of Priyanka's parents were hand-stitched onto her gown. Not only that, the 2000 Miss World also asked the Ralph Lauren's team to add a piece of her mother in law's wedding dress to her gown. To complete her flawless look, Priyanka took a 75-feet tulle veil and a pair of Jimmy Choo's slip-on heels.

Ralph Lauren did not forget to complement the groom. Nick channeled a black suit by Ralph Lauren Purple Label. Inside the suit lapel, the younger brother of Joe and Kevin Jonas also requested to the design team to stitch a piece of fabric from Priyanka's wedding dress with an additional hand-embroidered Urdu words: My Jaan, which means my life.

After saying "I do", the next day Nick and Priyanka was having a traditional Indian ceremony at the same venue. Has always been dreaming of a red traditional wedding dress, Priyanka asked Sabyasachi to collaborate. 110 embroiderers were called by the designer to make this traditional lehenga. A 16-carat oval-shaped diamond necklace adorned Priyanka's red-veiled head. Sabyasachi also collaborated with Christian Louboutin to work on a special design of Priyanka's bridal shoes.

Nick appeared elegant and attractive with an Indian traditional suits. His sherwani dress was made out of silk, and the chikan dupatta scarf on his sleeve was embroidered by hands. The kalgi on his turban dan the diamond necklace are an exclusive collection by Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection, while his gold loafers was done by Christian Louboutin.

The newlyweds who first met in 2017 continued the reception gala at Taj Palace, Delhi. Priyanka was still in love the traditional lehenga dress, but this time, her enchanting look was adorned by a piece of Falguni Shane Peacock. Nick balanced her wife's stunning appearance with navy velvet suits which leveled up his strong character.

Two days earlier, Nick and Priyanka had held a pre-wedding event, Mehende, where the bride wore an ethnic dress made by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. The ritual was followed by Sangeet where families from both sides performed various musical and dance performances.

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CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Venue: Umaid Bhawan Place , Taj Palace
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  • Wedding Shoes: Christian Louboutin , Jimmy Choo
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  • Dress & Attire: Ralph Lauren , Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla , sabyasachi
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  • Jewelry: Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection , Chopard

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