Rajasthani Boy Meets Punjabi Girl!

Photography: Pukhraj Sahu Photography


A Rajasthani Sharma family boy, Amit fell in love with a chulbuli Punjabi girl Aastha. This was the love of both which brought their families together and they agreed upon taking their relationship to the next level. This was a real mixed culture Indian wedding, full of colors and love. Their wedding had the taste of both Marwari and Punjabi cultures.

The complete wedding was covered by Pukhraj Sahu and his team. The wedding took place in the beautiful pink city, Jaipur.

Venue – Jaipur Marriott Hotel

Wedding Date – 4th April 2016

Couple – Amit & Aastha

The Venue!
Ganesh Pooja & Chooda Ceremony Aastha taking sankalp during Ganesh Pooja. Her freshly applied mehndi adding magic to the click.
Aastha dressed in a blue colored Rajasthani bandhani saree with traditional gota patti work in it. She kept it simple with a chain style kundan neckpiece and small kundan earrings.
Stone and Pearl kaleera
Beautiful and sober, red colored chooda.
Aastha being emotional during her chooda ceremony, getting blessings from her elders. The kundan nose ring with a ruby embellished in it gives more simplicity to her look.
Women Power!!! Aastha posing with her friends and family after completing the chooda ceremony.

Comes the Wedding Day!

The beautiful wedding hall, decorated with chandeliers and golden, off white sitting arrangement.
The beautiful red skirt with zari and sequence embroidery added with pearl studded bridal footwear.
The beautiful bride Aastha, full of simplicity and grace ready for her big day.
Aastha dressed up in a complete red colored designer wedding lehnga with zari and sequence embroidery. The look is added with kundan and pearl jewelry.
Here comes the groom, Amit with a big smile on his face.
Amit wearing a yellow pagdi with a stone studded broch. The groom picked for a traditional off white designer sherwani with pearl and stone necklace.
The Varmaala… Friends and relatives showering Rose petals on the bride and groom.
Kanyadan! The toughest part for every parent during a Hindu wedding ceremony.
Aastha and Amit completing their seven pheras.
Holding hands, so that the two does not face the world alone.
Smile proves the happiness which only the lovers can feel when they tie the knot of their love for lifetime.
Vidaai.. A warm goodbye to parents by the bride, filled with emotions and love.
We wish both Amit and Aastha a very happy married life…!!!

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