Nikhila & Vikas
The wedding day started with Nikhila getting ready for what was going to be one of the most important days of her life..
She looked absolutely stunning…
Vikas looked every bit like a perfect groom on his wedding day…
The wedding place was decorated exceptionally well. We could see that there was attention given to every small detail.
Groom going through his strides during the Kashi yatra. We were impressed by the arrangements made to make everything look perfect..
This was Vikas’s expression when he saw Nikhila for the first time on the wedding day.. Doesn’t he look awe-struck?? This is the main reason why we love this ritual which is called “Antarpata”.
The antarpata is an auspicious shawl held between the bride and groom. … The significance of the antarpata is that the bride and groom are not supposed to see each other until specific mantras are recited and hence this sacred cloth is held between them.
Groom showing Mangalsutra to the members present around him. This is one of the rituals leading up to the most important ritual of the wedding which is “tying the knot”
Bride striking a victory sign… Happiest and coolest bride here…
Showing star in day light always leads to fun expressions. We love this ritual…. :D.. Couple looking uber cool in their shades..
Cousins having fun and striking a pose to the camera…
We are ending this blog with our favorite picture.
It is said that a girl is closer to her father than to her mother. For a daughter, a mother is an epitome of discipline, whereas, a father is like her partner in crime! There is special bond that a girl shares with her father; after all, he is the first man in her life. And, she is always a little princess to him.