A rousing celebration with some ‘Fun’jabi flair mixed with the royalty of Rajasthan.
Nothing beats the splendor of a Big Fat Indian Wedding. But when the exuberance of Punjabi wedding revelries combines with the palatial grandeur of Rajasthan’s royal heritage, all bets are off! WeddingSutra Favorite – Fiestro Events planned and executed a celebration that was high on energy and fun for Noor and Vansh’s wedding in the pink city, the pictures of which will surely get you dreaming of your own!
How they Met
Noor and Vansh crossed paths in Sydney two years back and soon fell in love while connecting over common backgrounds and cultures. Although the only thing holding them back was a difference in future plans, little did they know then that their story was being written by something bigger than their differences. Unbeknownst to them, their families came together to bless their union and they got through any misgivings, knowing fully well that they were meant to be together.
Noor shares, “Vansh was very passionate about our wedding and left no stone unturned to make it as grand and royal as possible. When he visited Fairmont Jaipur, he fell in love with the venue instantly. Our team of wedding vendors was some of the best in the field and made our time at Fairmont truly memorable. The most credit goes to our wedding planners Fiestro Events who gave us the best experience ever. They were incredibly thoughtful and took all our ideas and choices into account to make the celebration feel as personal as possible, making our vision of a truly royal wedding into reality.”
The wedding moments were captured by the team of Dipak Studios, while a talented collection of designers and artists got the couple looking and feeling their best for each of the functions.
The three-day event was heralded by a soulful Sufi night. The intimate indoor affair looked radiant in white floral decor with shades of green and was swathed in warm golden light, tons of tinsel, lounge lights, lanterns, and more. The melodious tunes of Nazami Bandhu set a charming tone for the whole wedding as the couple and their guests enjoyed the evening mingling, dancing, and laughing.
The next morning began on a high with an exuberant Mehndi carnival. The vibrant decor saw a joyous mix of colors and textures perfect for the endless energy and enjoyment of a Punjabi gathering. The bride and groom looked radiant in yellow and green as they entered dancing to high-octane dhol beats with their loved ones in tow. The guests got their hands painted with henna even as they all danced, sang, ate, and made merry!