Inside Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal’s Big Fairy Tale Wedding: Guarded Royal Palace, Custom Sabyasachi Bridal Outfits, and Big Celebration

After keeping it a secret for the longest time as the entire movie industry buzzed with wedding reports, Bollywood couple Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal finally tied the knot in a grand wedding on Thursday in a fortified palace as the paparazzi were struggling to get a glimpse of what was going on behind guarded walls.

The three-day wedding ceremony took place in a royal palace converted into a hotel, Six Senses Fort Barwara in Rajasthan, attended by close friends and family of Kaif and Kaushal.

As fans of the couple waited patiently (or maybe not so patiently) for the newlyweds’ wedding photos, Kaif and Kaushal blessed social media by sharing the first glimpse of their ceremony, officially announcing their union to the world.

The ‘Sooryavanshi’ actress took to her official Instagram account to share photos from the wedding as she sought everyone’s blessing. “Only love and gratitude in our hearts for all that has brought us to this moment. Seeking all of your love and blessings as we begin this new journey together,” Kaif wrote with pictures of her with her husband Kaushal, who also shared a similar post with her fans.

Kaif’s post, which already has over 8.3 million likes, was showered with positive congratulatory messages from colleagues in the industry who wished the couple to embark on their new journey as husband and wife.

In videos and images circulating on social media platforms, the bride and groom exchanged floral garlands as traditional wedding music echoed in the background. In one of these viral videos, the couple are seen standing on the second floor, with the guests gathered in the garden, witnesses to the big event. Kaif and Kaushal exchange garlands in front of their guests as red flags fly above them.

Dressed in

For their big day, Kaif and Kaushal chose Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee to design their bridal outfits to wear during the wedding ceremony and to say the least, he absolutely delivered.

Bride Kaif looked stunning in Sabyasachi’s classic red bridal lehenga, designed with hand-woven matka silk that displayed tilla work and delicate velvet-embroidered zardozi revival trims. Kaif paid homage to Kaushal’s Punjab roots with her custom-tailored veil that showed a handmade kiran in hand-beaten silver and gold-plated. Talk about keeping it traditional and regal!

The actress completed her look with bridal jewelry crafted from uncut 22k gold diamonds displaying detailed hand-strung pearls. Her jewelry was also from Sabyasachi.

Meanwhile, the handsome groom, Kaushal, wore an ivory silk sherwani that accented the intricate Marori embroidery and iconic gold-plated Bengal tiger buttons handcrafted by Sabyasachi. He completed the look with a silk kurta and churidar.

The groom paired his wedding attire with a tussar georgette shawl with a pallu and zari marori embroidered borders. The golden Benarasi silk fabric safa is combined with an artisan kilangi. Kaushal wore a remarkable necklace studded with emeralds, brilliant cut and rose cut diamonds, quartz and tourmalines in 18k gold on his outfit.

palace affair
For their fairytale wedding, the couple chose nothing less than a palace that once belonged to the royal family. The grand wedding, which featured all the events such as haldi, mehendi and sangeet before the main ceremony, took place in a magnificent 14th century fort which has been turned into a hotel fort called Six Senses Fort in Barwara, Rajasthan.

The palace complex faces the Chauth ka Barwara Mandir temple and houses two palaces and two temples within the fortified royal fort.

The design of the Six Senses resort itself has a majestic and colorful history, as it reinterprets the gracious and regal vibe of a bygone era stretching back almost 700 years. The hotel offers a royal star with its 48 suites, each ranging from 70 square meters (753 square feet) to 280 square meters (3,014 square feet), designed in contemporary Rajasthani style, reinterpreting the fort’s rich heritage.

The stay per night at the Palace Hotel starts from Rs 75K on weekdays and off season with their most exclusive suite priced at Rs 5.3 lakh per night. And for their wedding ceremony out of sight, the couple had reserved the entire hotel for three days for their 120 guests.

The two tied the knot at this resort amid tight security and a “no-camera policy” to extricate themselves from the dazzling lenses of the paparazzi, as Kaif and Kaushal didn’t want their wedding photos to be. disclosed online.

New start
As soon as the couple made it official, social media was buzzing with congratulatory messages. Celebrities such as Anushka Sharma, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Hrithik Roshan and many more have come to Kaif’s post to wish their marriage to the two. .

Right after the wedding ceremonies ended, the married couple also delivered candy to reporters waiting outside their venue in Rajasthan.

There are reports that Kaif and Kaushal will host a separate reception for their Bollywood friends once they return to Mumbai and settle into their new life. The couple had to keep the guest list limited to 120 due to Covid-19 protocols and were unable to invite all of their friends.

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