After reading today’s wedding, you will think that we are talking about a Bollywood movie. But it is a true story! We never thought somebody can find their soulmate on a dating app. Tushar & Sara met each other through the Hinge app. And with the first meeting they knew, that there is a connection between them. As they say, connections are made by God. We just have to find them. The bride being a content creator by profession, this needs to be a phenomenal wedding. There was no #trend left that Sara did not include in her amazing wedding. One week-long wedding celebrations with numerous functions, #TusharKaSaraPyaar wedding was larger than life.
One-Week Shenanigans Of Sara & Tushar's Wedding
While daily you're developing a new skill with our #SSQuarantineSessions, we spotted this fun and natural wedding trailer of #TusharKaSaraPyaar that you won't regret it watching. Filled with raw emotions and happiness, Sara & Tushar enjoyed their D-day to the fullest & their wedding trailer is proof of their love that they share. Sara said, "It really doesn’t feel like we are going to hit 2 months of our wedding celebrations but this is truly the best reflection of the happiest moments of our lives. These two months have been surreal with the majority of it spent at home in quarantine, I can tell you that it already feels like a lifetime of happiness. Wedding Grams thank you so much for helping us relive these moments over and over again!"
The engagement happened back in November. In the morning the engagement traditions took place and was followed by a sundowner party the next day. The ceremony was organised at Sara's house in Gurgaon only. For one ceremony, Sara looked pretty and comfy in a suit. It was a traditional salwar kurti with intricate designs. Tushar also looked dapper in his classic blue sherwani. For other ceremony, Sara chose a white ruffled saree which had embroidery with different colours. Tushar matched her outfit with a simple kurta set.
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The main wedding celebrations commenced with the Dholki Night. It was the night where all of them enjoyed and danced with their heart out. For this night Sara chose to wear a pink kurta with a pant which matched her mother's wedding outfit. She also adorned the outfit with her mom's heavy dupatta. Instead of going a little extra, she kept the make up very simple. But her oversized earrings definitely grabbed our attention.
Intimate Mehendi Function
For her intimate mehendi ceremony, she wore a cute outfit in coral shade. The suit was designed and made by the bride's aunt. Sara paired a lightweight Bandhani dupatta with her outfit. With portraits and lotus motifs, her mehendi was just perfect. She did not have the full hand bridal mehendi as she kept it millennial with the half hand design.
A Qawaali night was planned for the guests which had a royal decor. Be it the stage are for the musicians or the seating area for the guests, everything had a royal vibe. For the night, Sara wore a lehenga with beautiful patchwork and embroidery. Fun fact is that originally it was an anarkali set. But then the bride didn't like it. So with the help of her tailor, she chopped it off. Then she matched a strappy blouse with the skirt. Take some inspiration from her! Our groomed stunned us in a black bandhgala sherwani and paired a multicoloured shawl with his outfit.
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A Fun-Filled Haldi
You must be aware that in our culture, wearing yellow in the haldi ceremony is considered as a good luck. So just like any other wedding, the ceremony had everything yellow. Be it the outfits of the couple or the genda phool decor, everything was yellow and happy. Our bride wore a pretty yellow salwar kameez and paired her mom's red dupatta for the grace.
The glammed up night was filled with fun and excitement. Slaying the Amit Aggarwal's pre draped saree, Sara beautified herself with bold red lips. Her wavy hair matched her saree. Tushar on the other hand chose to keep it traditional with an ivory sherwani. The night gave us goals for our cocktail party.
For the traditional choodha ceremony, the bride wore a Monica & Nidhi jacket lehenga. The jacket had customised hooks so that the chooda could slip easily. How convenient right? She ditched the heels and went for the comfortable sneakers to match the outfit with. The highlight of the event was the bhangra flash mob. The dance was enjoyed by the guests. Fun games were also arranged to entertain the guests. Block painting stations were arranged, and games like jenga and beer pong were also organised.
The Wedding Day
Since the start, the bride knew that wearing a lehenga was a big no for her. So for the Anand Karaj ceremony, she chose Rimple & Harpreet outfit. After keeping all her pre-wedding functions' looks easy and beautiful, she wanted an elegant and regal look for the wedding. She also made sure that her wedding outfit is comfortable to allow movements. In the hues of plum and cherry, her velvet kalidar and gharara were beautifully matched with a coral dupatta, and the motifs were derived from a melange of vintage textiles, 16th-century Persian carpets and 18th century French Paisley shawls. Her velvet outfit also had intricate zardozi work using Resham, dabka, hand-cut sequins, and semi-precious stones. Tushar matched his safa and other accessories with Sara's dupatta.
Don't forget to miss out the letter that our bride wrote to her husband-to-be!
Event & Decor: Shanqh Luxury Events | Bride & Groom: Sara Suri Bhatia & Tushar Bhatia | Engagement Photography & Videography: Folio Haus | Wedding Photography & Videography: Wedding Grams | Venues: The Oberoi (Gurgaon), The Trident (Gurgaon) | Bridal Makeup: Kashni Malhotra | Mehendi Artist: Kanha Mehendi | Bridal Jewellery: Rahul Luthra | Bridal Outfits: Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor (Engagement 1), Richa Khemka (Engagement 2), Amit Aggarwal (Cocktail), Monika & Nidhi (Mehendi & Choodha Ceremony), Rimple & Harpreet (Wedding) | Wedding Caterers: Embassy Catering, The Oberoi, Gurgaon; The Trident, Gurgaon; Colonel Kababz; Chhote Lal Chaat, Chandini Chowk; Jama Masjid | Wedding Favours & Gifts: Beliram & Meethi Reet | Choreographer: Anusha Wedding Choreography | Entertainment Company: Urban Turban (Cocktail), DJ Garry (Mehendi), The Revisit Project and DJ Garry (Wedding)