Photography: A. K. Sandhu Photography, An SAB Top 50 Vendor: Link Here
Location: Udaipur, India
Wedding Venue: Fatehgarh Fort, Udaipur
The next day the Wedding Party rose late, and to the Brunch they went straight. They all came dressed in their Sunrise-coloured best… the Paraguayans played the melodious Harp by the pool and the ice cream bar helped them stay Cool…!!!
And then it was time! The Bride & Groom had to look Grand for their Special Day, so they spent many an hour to make sure they looked like a real Maharaja and a beautiful Maharani. A Neeta Lulla design for the bride, with a Rajasthani touch did the Wooww. The Groom’s turban was especially tied, by the Maharaja’s very own turban-man. The family fussed over them, their friends flocked around, ensuring they looked at their very Best now!!
The Turbans were a field of colour, the Band started off with a bang & the Prince charming set off on foot, with his very own guard of twelve Rajasthani men to fetch his royal Princess. The dhols rang out, the groom’s gang danced, and then the boys blocked the way – until the Bride’s sister gave them water, on the ground they insisted they’d stay!
Then as the Sun was setting, the Bride came to meet her Groom. High above Udaipur, on the terraces of Fatehgarh Fort, with four rounds of the Holy Book they finally tied the Knot. The Bride’s sister then (with much difficulty) stole the groom’s shoes. And as the Garlands were being exchanged, the Bride’s brothers lifted her, high above the ground, out of the reach of the groom. The Groom, in turn, spilt the Sindoor, all over his bride’s fair face. But eventually they ended it all with a Kiss and an warm embrace. Then the celebrations began, with a speech and a song. The Folk dancers took over, with Sky lanterns disappearing into the horizon before too long…