Mansi and Kushal, Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur
An incredibly grand destination wedding in Rajasthan infused with Rajasthani flavors made jaws drop!

Taking opulence to new heights and looking undoubtedly regal, Dr. Mansi Anam and Kushal Thakker, a businessman’s wedding was a wondrous celebration. Hosted at the awe-inspiring Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur, this Gujarati wedding stood out against the palatial majesty of the venue. Planned and decorated by WeddingSutra Favorite – Fiestro Events who ensured that everything was perfect despite the pandemic, Mansi and Kushal’s wedding was a desi fairytale come to life!

Wedding Venue

Mansi shares, “We’ve always dreamed of a royal wedding, and Jaipur was the first place that came to mind! Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur is a stunning heritage hotel that blew us away from the very first glance. Its Rajasthani architecture, vast outdoor spaces, Mughal Gardens, delicious food and multiple banquet spaces allowed us to be as creative and innovative as possible!”

Wedding Planning

Mansi shares, “Since a royal destination wedding was on the cards, we were looking for a planner and decorator who’d understand our vision from the start. Fiestro Events was perfect in every aspect! Since the wedding took place amidst the third wave of the pandemic, we were apprehensive about what the future held and how everything would transpire. However, team Fiestro Events orchestrated the wedding without any hiccups and addressed each one of our concerns putting us at full ease. They made it unforgettable for all of us and we would happily collaborate with them again!”

Weddings Functions Mehndi

Sunlit and decorated with bright blooms that contrasted with the blue cloudless skies, Mansi’s Mehndi celebration was a cheery one as she sat comfortably on a bright fuchsia sofa to get her hands patterned in henna. Pink was the dominant color in the decor palette as the event was mainly attended by the ladies who also shook a leg with the bride. Adding a unique traditional Rajasthani flavor to the proceedings were toy Rajasthani soldiers that were placed atop the checkered flooring of the outdoor venue.