By Kalash Khurana Last Updated:
Destination weddings are prominent these days and the newlyweds are going all-in to add more glitz and glamour to their wedding. From choosing the perfect venue for the event to deciding on the designers, wedding planners, and vendors, millennial couples want to have spectacular wedding functions. And our featured couple of the week, Noor Duggal and Vansh Tandon are no different.
The adorable couple had a grand destination wedding in the pink city of Jaipur. Both of them were on their toes to make their wedding a grand affair. Selecting all the outfits, making the appointments with the vendors, designing the invites, deciding themes and decor for all functions, planning their wedding entries, etc. With creative and personal touches, the two made every single detail of their wedding, memorable.
Meet our bride of the week, Noor Duggal, who had opted for a gorgeous lehenga from Marwar Couture for her wedding with the man of her dreams, Vansh Tandon. The bride was looking pretty in her elegant royal outfit for her wedding at Fairmont, Jaipur. She had accessorised her look with a statement choker neckpiece with matching earrings, a maatha patti and a nath.
The Ring Ceremony was a classy and elegant event where everybody had a gala time at the function. Moreover, the live performance by the Punjabi rapper, Raftaar, had stolen the show. However, the charm of the event was the bride and groom’s dance performances.
Noor had worn a metallic white lehenga from the ace designer duo, Falguni and Shane Peacock, paired with full- sleeved blouse. She had accessorised her look with a diamond choker neckpiece and matching earrings. Her make-up artist, Meera Sakhrani, had given her a subtle look, and she had opted to leave her tresses open. On the other hand, the groom, Vansh had dressed classily in a black tuxedo from designers, Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna, and had looked dapper.
For the cocktail party, the bride had opted for an elegant red outfit from the designer, Gaurav Gupta. Her attire had consisted of a red blouse with metallic patterns, paired with a matching skirt. She had accessorised her look with a sleek ponytail by none other than Abdul Hairstylist, and a pair of statement earrings. The makeup artist, Rashi Sehgal had given the bride matte smokey eyes with nude lips. Noor had decided to ditch kohl and had opted for a high sleek ponytail as she had got ready to lit the stage on fire on her Cocktail party.
Next in line was the most fun-filled function of the wedding, the ‘Haldi Pool Party’ where the guests had an amazing time. They were dressed in bright-coloured clothes, dancing, drinking and getting clicked. It had a colourful theme with lots of games and the event was bright and fun.
Talking about the couple’s outfit, Noor had donned a yellow lehenga with minimal makeup and her hair tied in a braid. She had accentuated her look with floral jewellery and had a pair of sunglasses on. On the other hand, the groom had opted for an olive green kurta paired with a matching Nehru jacket, and a white pyjama.
And finally, on September 14, 2021, it was time for the ‘Garden of Love’. Apart from the striking decor, what caught our attention was the bride herself. Not only did she made heads turn on her arrival, but she also gave inspiration to other brides with her royal Rajasthani look. Everything from the outfit, the jewellery, the makeup by Rashi Sehgal and especially, her hairdo by Abdul hairstylist, had made the bride's look stand out.
Her Rajasthani lehenga from Marwar Couture had featured a mix of red, orange and brown shades, giving her the royal look. She had styled her outfit with two net dupattas. While one dupatta was in the berry shade, the other one had a tint of forest green colour. Moreover, her lehenga had patches of golden, rust and sea green embroidery.
On the other hand, the groom had donned a cream-coloured sherwani with intricate embroidery work from the designer, Rohit Bal, and had complemented the bride’s outfit. He had styled his sherwani with a matching doshala, a turban, a statement neckpiece, and had looked super-elegant.
The other interesting thing at the wedding was the lively decor at all the wedding functions. They had quirky and creative decor items everywhere at the venue, starting from the save-the-date invites to customised sweets, etc. Moreover, all the wedding functions were awesomely planned by Fiestro events, at Fairmont, Jaipur, with the main decorator being Seven Creations. The entire wedding was beautifully captured by the team of photographers from Dipak Studios and they had taken the whole shoot to a whole new outstanding level.
Vansh and Noor's wedding was indeed a grand affair and the small details had brought magic to the event.