We've seen so many couples getting married during this pandemic, with their intimate weddings trending everywhere on social media. Sulakhni and Aman are no exception to this. A bride who always dreamt of having a fairytale wedding, Sulakhni had to shake hands with fate and resort to an impromptu and improvised #IntimateWedding.
From shrinking the guest list to home-cooked meals, a self decorated venue, and even hand-designed face masks, Sulakhni and Aman's wedding is a picturesque show of lights and smoke bombs on Amritsar countryside. Truly a sight to behold. Scroll down below for all the deets!
#AmanGotSued: Sulakhni & Aman's Amritsar Engagement
Sulakhni and Aman met at his birthday party, which coincidently takes place on New Year's Eve! And even though she had landed in Delhi that very moment, her jet lag didn't stop the duo from becoming fast friends.
"We clicked immediately," the bride revealed about her relationship with the groom, "Went for parties with him and a music festival in Jaipur after that."
Soon, the couple were engaged on 25th March and had a wedding date set for a larger than life wedding. However, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the couple's grand wedding plans were put on hold. However, unlike others, this situation did not discourage the couple. In fact, they decided that this was the right opportunity for them to have a small engagement, with just friends and family present.
So, on 24th May, after shrinking her guest list to just 50, Sulakhni and Aman gathered with their close family and friends on a farmhouse in Amritsar and held their engagement. Sulakhni, who is a wedding decorator by profession, wore her mom's jewellery and personalised her lehenga, which she got embroidered while her husband-to-be was dressed in a dapper outfit by Zara.
And like every wedding being held right now, theirs wasn't without any hurdles either. Their caterers had backed out at the last moment, so they got their family cook and his staff to cook the food for the wedding party. Sulakhni, who owns a decor company, decorated the farmhouse herself and had customised masks for everyone, personalised by Vavci. The entire venue was sanitized and the bride and groom ensured that all safety precautions would be taken, from gloves and masks being worn by everyone to sanitizers being kept at every few steps for people to use.