Elegant Peach Wedding in Delhi...
BY The WMG Bride | 15 Apr, 2016 | 331 views | 3 min read
What's cuter than two doctors falling in love? Umm, confetti hearts showered on two doctors who are in love - that's what ! We adored these little details in this wedding - the brides soft peach and sage lehenga by Anita Dongre, the memory table at the engagement and of course that heart shaped confetti- all captured by DotDusk Studios . Also love that video by Amour Wedding Films .
Meet Mansi & Anurag
"I am a Gynaecologist from Delhi, my husband is a Radiologist practising in Lucknow. We met when we were in MBBS first year and started going around a year and a half later. We have been together since then and that makes it a good eight years. I was the nerd and he, the chilled out guy...it was a perfect balance! After my MBBS, we did have a four-year long distance relationship which made us both realise that we were made for each other" explains Mansi.
From The Bride:
"It was a wedding of the family, by the family and for the family' is how best to describe the wedding. I wanted an elegant tasteful celebration, nothing over the top or larger than life. I was borderline- Bridezilla, so involved that before my entry on the D-day, I was messaging my cousins and the DJ to play the song I wanted !!! (phew! a pain in the ass for my parents!). The Mehendi ceremony was hosted by my nani and mama at their place..it was an intimate event attended by close family and friends. I wore a lehenga from the label ‘Silvereene’ by S Anchal who is also a dear friend and teamed it up with a Gaurang Shah dupatta (they are so ethnic and colourful, I had to wear them to at least one of the events!)" says Mansi. "The pre-wedding dinner was the night before the wedding and since we didn’t want a formal engagement, we casually exchanged rings during the dinner. Traditional bracelets were given as favours for the ladies and since I didn’t want the men to be left out ,we got boutonnieres for the all of them. The décor was in red and blue to match our outfits, we had a wish tree for guests to pen down their wishes. As far as my choice of outfit goes, for me ,’less is more’, so I went for a plain red Sabyasachi floor-length anarkali with a heavily embellished dupatta. For the wedding, the décor was in traditional marigold and since it was a day wedding, I wore a pastel peach Anita Dongre lehenga with a sage green dupatta. We had a milni for the mommies and my sister held one end of the phoolon ki chaaddar as I walked in with my parents. All these moments were beautifully captured by Dotdusk duo and Amour Wedding Films, they gave us memories of a lifetime" adds Mansi. Vendors: Venue: Mehendi at Nani's house; Pre-wedding dinner and Wedding at Radisson Blu, Dwarka; The Renaissance by Marriott, Lucknow |Mehendi Artist: Mahesh Mehendi at Rajouri Garden |Bride's Outfits: Mehendi outfit by Gaurang Shah and Silvereene by S Anchal ; Pre-wedding Dinner outfit by Sabyasachi Mukherjee ; Wedding outfit by Anita Dongre ; |Groom's Outfits: Pre-wedding Dinner Outfit by Manish Malhotra groom Wear ; Wedding outfit by Ravi Bajaj ; Reception outfit by raghavendra rathore |Jewellery: Pre-wedding event jewellery is heirloom; Wedding jewellery by C Krishniah Chetty & Sons, Bangalore; Reception jewellery by Tanishq |Makeup: Pre-wedding Event makeup by Makeup by Simran Kalra ; Wedding makeup by Anu Kaushik ; Reception makeup by Geetika Chakravarti lucknow|Invitations: Friends Cards, Jaipur|Photographer: DotDusk Studios |Videographers: Amour Wedding Films