Namrata & Kaustubh Mumbai
Holding each other’s hand Kaustabh and Namrata took their seven vows in a traditional Maharastrian wedding ceremony, surrounded by resplendent décor.
Riding on a decorated ghodi, the groom and his entourage began their journey to the wedding venue. The Baraat Ceremony had everyone dancing on the streets wearing colourful traditional outfits. Dressed in a traditional cream sherwani and a maroon dhoti, the groom too, had a big smile on his face and was ready to vow his love to Namrata forever.
The Antarpat Ceremony took place in a large wedding tent that was adorned with purple and white drapes. The groom was dressed ethnically, wearing a purple dhoti, along with a turquoise and gold shalu and had a pearl mundavalya on. Namarata looked ravishing in her bright orange and purple nauvaari saree, she accessorized her traditional appearance with a pearl nath, ruby studded mang tika and a gold necklace, along with alluring bridal mehendi designs that complimented her entire bridal appearance.
But what stood out at their wedding the most, was the Varmala Ceremony. Each time Kaustubh leaned forward to put the wedding garland on Namrata, her brother pulled her back, giving the groom a fun challenge!
From the elegant reception ceremony to their traditional wedding, Ninad Murudkar flawlessly captured each and every moment of Namrata and Kaustabh’s union.
Let’s have a look at their wedding album right here.