Our most current cross-cultural wedding has given us fresh, new wedding ideas which were executed in the simplest ways. Dipika and Rudro’s Punjabi-cum-Bengali cross cultural marriage held at Chomu Palace, Jaipur was down-right gorgeous in every way. A beautiful Punjabi bride became one with a dapper Bengali groom in a three day long Big Fat Destination Wedding at Jaipur. It's hard not to stare doe-eyed at a stunning destination wedding like this one, and the venue, Chomu Palace, Jaipur made it even more special. The haldi, mehndi, sangeet as well as the wedding held at the opulent palatial space made this entire multicultural destination wedding even more special. Shot brilliantly by Going Bananas Photography who captured every candid moment, every warm hug and every laugh loud laugh brilliantly through their camera lens.
Dipika and Rudro’s wedding celebrations began with an intimate shagun where the boys’ side of the family presented gifts to Dipika’s in the form of a blessing. It was a love-filled ceremony with the gorgeous bride-to-be stunning in an aubergine purple saree with bold paisley motifs while Rudro, was at his stylish best in an off-white churidaar kurta along with an embroidered Nehru jacket. The night brought with it their personalized Sangeet – the entire space at Chomu Palace, Jaipur was glistening with fairylights and pictures of Rudro and Dipika from when they were just toddlers.
When Punjabi’s and Bengali’s come together expect all things in the wedding to be loud, crazy and fun – a few moments from Dipika and Rudro’s wedding absolutely couldn’t miss was – the super cute cutout of their fluffy canine friend, the oh-so-romantic varmala held in the scalloped windows of Chomu Palace and the nimboo-mirchi décor – something we have never seen before!