The Bride looks like a princess and the Groom as a prince. Picture Perfect, dream of every girl :)
When it comes to the royal wedding theme, the effect comes mostly through the décor. If you want your wedding to be more bright and colorful, then you’re lucky because the Mughal style usually includes a rich palette of colors like red, green and gold.
The Rajasthani theme gives a tough competition with the Rich-Nawabi theme. This theme is all ‘popular’ after the reception of ‘Chote Nawab Saif and Begum Kareena’.
The Royal Door-Like Enterance!!
This wedding theme leaves us with a wide variety when it comes to picking the venue. Unlike the Rajasthani themed wedding, which requires a fort or a palace, in this theme, even a large hall would do.
A lot of hotels have been built in accordance with the Mughal-Nawabi architecture.
The Perfect White-Pink Decor' That Has Added Grace To This Wedding Venue
Décor is the most important part of this particular wedding. Everything has to have a Royal Nawabi touch to it. Décor has to be inspired from the Mughal era. Right from curtains to the cushions, mirrors to the glasses, everything has to have a ‘Royal’ touch to it. Crystal pillars, takhats, hukkah have to be there.
The Royal-Nawabi look of Tulsi Kumar and Hitesh Ralhan on their wedding day
The bride can wear a beautiful ‘sharara’ while the groom can wear ‘Achkan’ and churidaar
The Jewelry is very important part of the perfect attire. The bride can wear a ‘jhoomar’ as headgear, Kundan necklaces, polka earrings, kangan, kamarbandh for the waist, payal etc.
When we hear anyone say ‘Mughlai-Nawabi Cuisine’, our mouth starts watering. Seekh Kabab, Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Mughlai, Palak Paneer, Shahi Biryani, Naan etc. These are just few famous Mughlai dishes.
Picture Credits: Wedding Twinkles
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Writing Credits: Kavita Charan