It’s often easy to forget about each other in the hustle bustle of our lives. We usually are so wrapped up in our own work and responsibilities that we neglect our relationship at times. Letting your spouse know they’re on your mind is essential. It’s the little things that count. Small gestures keep the love alive!
Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh’s dreamy wedding in the city of lakes is the stuff dreams are made of!
The actor was introduced to Rukmini Sahay through his parents. After a month or courtship, the couple hosted a low key roka ceremony on the auspicious day of Dussehra last year.
The beautiful couple got hitched as per Hindu rituals in a close knit wedding ceremony on February 9. The wedding ceremony happened at the sprawling surroundings of the Radisson Blu Palace Resort and Spa in Udaipur. It was attended by close friends and family.
The “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” actor looked majestic in a cream and maroon sherwani while the bride looked absolutely stunning in a red and orange lehenga. Both the attires were designed by Sarath Krishnan.
The functions started with a grand cocktail and engagement event held at the Radisson Blu Palace Resort and Spa in Udaipur.
The cocktail and the engagement was done in a royal English vintage garden theme and was decorated with flowers, silk drapes and open air tents. The dress code for the evening was formal – then men wore tuxedos and the women wore gowns.
While Neil looked dapper in a black tuxedo designed by Aditya Kilachand, his fiancé looked like a million bucks in a shimmery gown designed by Sarath Krishnan.
Dj suketu entertained the audience with his groovy numbers.
The mehendi was a typical traditional affair following a “Mewari Mela” theme which had a colour contrasting decor.
The entire venue was decked up with orange and yellow flowers. The bride to be Rukmini Sahay wore a pink and beige sari and even her jewellery had floral motifs all over.
Neil was seen in a bright pink silk Krishna Mehra kurta pajama wheneres rukminis attire was designed by Nishi Nitin Mukesh.
The sangeet started with special performances by Bollywood veteran actors and close family friends like Pamela Chopra and Rishi Kapoor.
Rishi Kapoor sang his popular song ” Main shayar toh nahi” and even called the couple on the stage to verse with him.The bride and groom also gave an impromptu dance performance on Bollywood hits like Tu Mera Hero, Kala Chashma and Nashe Si Chadh Gayi among others.
Neil wore a cream and gold Narendra Kumar creation while Rukmini chose to wear a traditional green lehenga with intricate gotta Patti and zardozi embroidery by designer Krishna Mehta.
Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini Sahay’s wedding reception in Mumbai was a star studded affair! In attendance were Salman khan, rumoured girlfriend Lulia Vantur and Katrina Kaif. Bollywood mega star Amitabh Bachchan was also present with wife jaya Bachchan and son Abhishek Bachchan.
Timeless beauty Rekha was also spotted taking part in the celebrations. Sooraj Barjatya, Swara Bhaskar, Bipasha basu, karan singh grover, Madhur Bhandarkar, Abbas Mustan, Alka Yagnik,Mugdha Godse, Zayed khan with wife Mallika, Sophie Chaudhary, Udit Narayan with son Aditya and wife and others were also some of the attendees. Neil’s and Rukminis outfits were by designer Manav gangwani.
The couple were colour coordinated in ivory and emerald green outfits. Neil looked radiant in a classic jodhpuri suit and Rukmini looked like a goddess a green heavily embroidered lehenga. The decor for the reception was European themed, highlighted by white and pink carnations.
The hotel nightclub was booked for the after party and a banquet was booked for the actual function.
Wedding In Vogue wishes this lovely couple a Happy Married Life!
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The sangeet held at Taj Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad on Saturday night, had a dreamy theme of lights.
The mehendi ceremony held at the Reddy residence was played out in a carnival like ambience and the sangeet was held at the GMK arena at Shamshabad.
Ranveer was all over the place at the sangeet! He was the star of the night. With his glittery jacket and infectious energy, he set the stage on fire!
The boys did have all the fun!
Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway party, a theme-based house party, or a lively night on the town, being the bridesmaids you gotta make sure you organise an unforgettable bachelorette party for your bride-to-be BFF!
2016 has been a year of love, marriages and heartbreaks. While several celebs called it quits and bid a “The End” to their stories, we had several fairytale romances tying the knot to welcome their “New Beginnings”!
Planning a wedding can be mind-numbing and exhausting, so at some point in this process every couple entertains the idea of having a destination wedding – after all who doesn’t get excited at the prospect of going somewhere exotic to exchange vows with picture-perfect views all around!?
It’s every girls dream to look like a goddess on her wedding day! Starry eyed, she’s on a threshold of a new life. So it’s advisable to choose an outfit after much thought and consideration.
Body types and skin tones should be kept in mind while selecting the perfect outfit.
The Hourglass Figure:
Brides with an hourglass figure should wear something flowy with a short choli that would accentuate their perfect body. Choose a lehengas with more volume of pleats with vertical prints, or delicate prints, to even out the shape of of the hips and thighs.
The Slim/Skinny frame:
If you’re one of those brides who could eat anything and everything and still not put on weight then you’re probably the luckiest person on the face of earth! Go for a bridal lehenga that has a lot of volume as it’ll hide your skinny frame and make you look beautiful. You can go for heavy chunky jewellery.
The Plus Size Beauty:
Brides who are on the heavier side or have a plus size figure can opt for lehengas that come with jackets to hide the curves. It’ll look stylish and will cover those love handles. Also, try going for wide necklines that will shift the focus to your face and neck. Avoid chunky big jewellery.
The Dusky Charmer:
If you’re one of those gorgeous dusky beauties then you should opt for dark colours that would amazingly compliment your skin tone & bring out your innate charm. Red, wine, maroon or brown colour would look fab on you. Avoid whites and blacks.
The Snow White bride:
If you’re a fair beauty then bright colours like red and hot pink would go really well with your complexion. You can carry off all colours well, but preferably experiment brighter shades that will enhance your look.
The Tall Bride:
Tall women always have an edge over the others. They manage to look god almost in everything they wear. We suggest you go easy on the heels, and wear stylish jootis/sandals for a little elevation. It will help you look elegant and won’t accentuate your height even further. Avoid vertical prints.
The Petite Bride:
If you’re the petite dainty bride, try a high waisted lehengas with vertical prints which will give the illusion of longer legs. Go for a long floor grazing lehengas with a short choli. Heels can be your best friend too! Also, avoid layered jackets and high necks.
So get shopping brides & knock your husband-to-be’s socks off!