Divya and Karan, Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi
Cherry blossoms, oriental lanterns, and a Japanese pagoda struck the right chord at Divya and Karan's Japanese-inspired engagement which was followed by equally stylish wedding functions at the Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi.
With decor that impressed all, Divya and Karan’s wedding held at the Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi was all about fun and fabulous celebrations. Here, we share some highlights and candid moments of the chic celebrations.
The fun festivities kick-started with a glamorous party where the couple looked the part in their stylish ensembles. Divya wore an emerald green and black gown which she paired with a beautiful diamond set, and Karan looked dapper in a classic black suit.
The outdoor engagement ceremony had a Japanese cherry blossom theme, and it was one of the highlights of Divya and Karan’s wedding celebrations. Pastel hues alongside pretty pink cherry blossoms and glowing Japanese lanterns that covered the ceiling of the space on the lawn looked dreamy in the daytime. Divya looked resplendent in a shimmery pink lehenga by Suneet Varma and Rahul complemented her in a royal blue suit by Raghuvendra Rathore.
Divya’s colorful haldi was hosted indoors and the décor, customized to the bride’s personal style with a bright pink floral arrangement that led to a traditional palette of orange and yellow florals. The bride looked radiant in a yellow ensemble paired with floral jewellery. Traditional rituals and a splash of colors set the mood for the occasion.
The sangeet was the liveliest function of all, and it helped set the right tone by getting everyone into the celebratory mood instantly. The key decor colors for the night were red, blue and gold. The stage with its well-lit backdrop and a ceiling full of chandeliers was the highlight of the setup. For this function, Divya wore a beautiful Manish Malhotra creation and paired it with a blue sapphire diamond set. Karan looked regal in his blue bandh gala outfit.
This function was an elegant affair where colorful accents deepened the festive mood. Fresh florals in various colors created a ceiling, and pretty roses added a traditional flavor to the decor. The bride looked resplendent in her light violet ensemble paired with beautiful jewellery. While the vibe of the function was mesmerizing, the highlight of this event was the dazzling decor details that reflected the couple’s style.
Divya and Karan’s pheras took place in the magnificent ballroom of the Taj Palace Hotel. The breathtaking setting included decor in red, white and gold. A picture-perfect mandap was created with vibrant floral arrangements, and it was one of the highlights of the function. Divya wore a red Sabyasachi lehenga, and Karan chose to don an off-white Shantanu and Nikhil ensemble.
The Wedding Makers
Venue: Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi
Decor: Q Events by Geeta Samuel
Bride’s Outfits: Milly (Party), Suneet Verma (Engagement), Abhinav Mishra (Haldi), Manish Malhotra (Sangeet), Papa Don’t Preach (Mehndi), Sabyasachi (Wedding)
Groom’s Outfits: Raghuvendra Rathore (Engagement), Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna (Sangeet and Mehndi), Shantanu and Nikhil (Wedding)
Makeup Artist: Shagun Gupta, Jasmeet Kapany
Jewellery: Hazoorilal Jewellers, Floral Art by Srishti, Khanna Jewellers SKJ, Mirari
Photography: Badal Raja Company