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Real Wedding: Pamela & Harun's Gorgeous Destination & Multicultural Wedding In Udaipur

Bhavika Vallecha, 05 Jan 2018

It brims my heart with happiness to have rendezvous with people with lasting love stories. In a world where love has lost its meaning; it was blissfully overwhelming to have known this precious couple — Pamela & Harun

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Aren't they just adorable together?!

The couple chose a destination as regal as them, Udaipur! And, what could be as mesmerizing as taking the wedding vows under the ivory palace edged by the beautiful Fateh Sagar Lake. Just sheer solace!

The enthralling destination - Radisson Blue, Udaipur Palace

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Let's begin Elite with a Brunch

With color-coordinated bridesmaids, some beer pong and bewitching floral decor.

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We Loved her Mehndi Outfit

Pamela wore a pant saree with a floral blouse. We're definitely diggers for outfit inspiration! Aren't we?

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Nikah Ceremony in Pretty Pastels

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Pheras like the Regals

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These elegant couple portraits are giving us major goals!

Bridal Lehenga by Vikram Phadnis

Anarkali by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor

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The Crazy Sundowner with a Stunning Retro Bride

Choreographed by Rick Brown

Bride's outfit by Gaurav Gupta

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They also had personalized cocktail names 

..and A Live Sufi Performance by Abhishek Singh

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The entire wedding was beautifully planned and conceptualized by Mpire Events by Vikram Mehta. Unique elements such as personalized cocktail names, hashtags, huge Mr & Mrs Monograms, setups for a game of beer pong; are complete stunners of the wedding! 

Know Their Story

Pamela & Harun both belong from Mumbai. Through a stroke of luck, they met in 2002 while clubbing with friends at a club in Mumbai, Velocity, which was rather owned by Harun. As they have a lot of friends in common, they met and hung out quite frequently. Gradually, their friendship turned into love and lead to a relationship so inspiring! It was back in 2003 when they started dating each other and today they're finally knot in the sacred bond of marriage after dating for almost 15 years. *We're gleaming*

The bride reminisces, "The journey has definitely not been easy. We've had fights, we've fallen apart, we've had hell lot of reconsiderations about us, but always ended up with each other. Because we belong to different communities—I'm from a Sindhi family and he's from a Muslim family; that too was a big hurdle to traverse. It was initially really difficult to seek consent from both families, but the moment we two were sure about each other, we walked through all odds until we this day (wedding day) possible.

A Thoughtful Move & Our Favorite Part Of The Wedding

The couple decided on flowing out E-invites instead of traditional wedding cards, just due to the fact - they didn't want to waste paper. Pamela said, "Wedding cards are an utter waste of paper and money, they are ultimately dumped into the bins. So what's the point of all the hustle? Flowing out E-invites is such a convenient option. We created an email account [email protected] for all the invitees to RSVP." 

Have a look at this classy wedding invite:

VENDOR DETAILS

Photography: The Lightsmiths | Bride's Hindu Wedding Outfit: Vikram Phadnis | Nikah Ceremony Outfit: Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor | Sangeet outfit: Gaurav Gupta | Hindu Wedding Jewellery: Diamantina | Nikah & Sangeet Jewellery: Tikamdas Motiram Jewellers | Makeup & Hair Artist: Jamini Sobhani & Sumita Patil | Decorators: Event Entourage | Wedding Planner: Mpire Events by Vikram Mehta | Choreography: Rick Brown | Venue: Radisson Blu Udaipur

What are your favorite elements of the wedding? Tell us in the comments below!