Don't you just love weddings with outfits and decor that is so dreamy that it fills up your Pinterest boards and picture galleries? Well, one such beauty comes to us is in the form of Tuhina and Fillip's stellar wedding celebration! From the tiniest of details of the bride's ensembles in every functions to every accent that rocked this Indo-European wedding, this wedding a sight for those looking to add some fun elements to their own weddings. Scroll down below to witness this soiree from the times when the global pandemic wasn't even in anyone's thoughts and everyone could enjoy a wedding carefreely!
Tuhina met Filip while studying at the London School of Economics. It was a chance encounter at the school's library, which got the two talking. And once the two started talking, the conversation was endless. "I remember that we talked for 40 minutes straight, despite having exams and submissions the next day," Tuhina recalled. However, time flew by and the spark between was strong. Strong enough to pull them back to each other.
Filip finally got down on one knee and proposed to Tuhina on a long stretch of a beautiful, empty Sri Lankan beach. And when Tuhina said yes, it started the moment of their happily ever after together.
The mehendi celebration was an affair lit with the most vibrant colours like greens and pinks, along with extensive mirror-based decor, flowers and gorgeous flamingo statues. The bride, Tuhina, looked like a dream in her tie-and-dye attire with pink and green shades on white along with mirror embellishments and a stunningly studded blouse, paired with a fishtail braid. Her groom, Filip, also matched his attire with Tuhina's, showing up at the celebration in a blue tie-and-dye kurta.
The welcome dinner was a night of whimsical and glittering decor accents, music, wine and lots of fine dining. Tuhina wore a stunning white and silver lehenga with a chic top-knot updo and a choker necklace to accentuate her neckline. Filip looked dapper in a green achkan which honestly made him look more handsome than any Bollywood superstar ever. For the couple and their friends and family, the night was eventful and fun in every way possible.
The one event that packed all the glitz and glamour equal to a Bollywood movie was the Sangeet night. Dressed in a powder blue lehenga with mirror work, the bride got on stage to show some of the most well-choreographed performances, not just solo but with her groom and her friends and family as well. The groom wore a black bandhgala and got on stage with his bride, then his groom squad, slaying on the coolest and iconic Bollywood numbers dedicated to the spirit of the wedding celebration.
The haldi was a rather quaint celebration with both the bride and groom's tribe present for the function. The entire wedding party was dressed in gorgeous sunny yellow colours. The bride, especially, looked beautiful in a yellow suit with minimal mirror work on it.
The wedding of Tuhina and Filip was no short of perfection. Tuhina was a Sabyasachi bride, where she opted to dress in a stunning red lehenga with golden embroidery and a Kundan jewellery set, complimented by a bronzed up makeup look and a bold, bright red lip. Filip, similarly, looked handsome in every way in an offwhite sherwani with a pastel green safa and shawl. What was even more interesting was that the groom's baraat made a full-blown entry into the venue dancing energetically to desi songs, amusing and exciting the bride's brigade as well!
Wedding Photographer: Morvi Images Photography | Wedding Videographer: RPS Films | Wedding Venue: Jaypee Golf resort and Spa; Stellar Gymkhana | Wedding Planners: Panodrama Events | Wedding Decorator: Rashi Nidhi Event | Bridal Makeup Artist: Jasmeet Kapany Hair and Makeup | Bridal Outfits: Akanksha Gajria Label (Mehendi); Nadine Dhody (Welcome Dinner); Mrunalini Rao (Sangeet); Abhinav Mishra (Haldi); Sabyasachi Mukherjee (Wedding) Astha Narang (Wedding Saree) | Groom's Wear: Akanksha Gajria Label (Mehendi); Dhruv Vaish (Welcome Dinner); Megaan (Sangeet); QBIK (Haldi); Diwan Saheb (Wedding); | Wedding Caterers: The Kitchen Art | Wedding Invitation: Design by Harpriya Singh | Wedding Choreographer: Nishant Srivastava | Entertainment Company: DJ Ajay Nautiyal; Nizami Bandhu