Janifar and Mohit, The Grand, New Delhi
This beautiful wedding included dual Sikh and Hindu ceremonies that reflected Janifar and Mohit's backgrounds.
Janifar and Mohit’s wedding celebrations, planned by WeddingSutra Favorite – Evolve Weddings, unfolded at diverse chic venues in New Delhi, and capturing all the moments was another WeddingSutra Favorite – Cinelove Productions.
The bride shares their beautiful love story below.
How They Met
“I have a well established online fashion business called Pankh Clothing, whereas, Mohit owns a factory that manufactures and imports electric rickshaws. We met through a common acquaintance and instantly became friends. Our friendship turned into something more when Mohit asked me out… not for dating but marriage.”
“Mohit and I shared an amazing bond of friendship, and he is a true gentleman whereas I am a spoilt brat. But I knew he’d take good care of me because he accepted me the way I am. So, there was no reason for me to deny his proposal and I said, ‘Yes.’”
Engagement and Cocktail Party
The wedding celebrations kick started with a glittering cocktail party where the couple and their guests enjoyed a riveting performance by Punjabi singer-actor Jassie Gill.
The mehndi ceremony included just the right mix of traditions and impromptu fun moments that brought out the couple’s personalities. The bride wore a powder blue lehenga with floral embellishments and quirky sandals. The groom chose a semi-traditional kurta in onion pink for this function. The planning and quirky decor done by Evolve Weddings Weddings was a kaleidoscope of colors with a floral abundance including a sakura arch and the couple’s names stenciled in with maple leaves. The ceremony involved fun, laughter and heady beats of the ‘dhol’ (traditional drum) – and all these fun festivities were captured beautifully by Cinelove Productions.
The sangeet ceremony was a classy affair dominated by the color of love – red. The soiree saw the couple performing on romantic ballads and guests enjoyed grooving to some peppy live performances. The venue extended into an open-air setup designed for a sit-down dinner with chandeliers and floral arrangements that added a bright essence to the setting.
The couple got married in a traditional Sikh Anand Karaj ceremony, where the couple wore complementary ensembles that featured shades of pastel pink. The Anand Karaj was followed by a Hindu wedding ceremony for which the bride donned a cream and red lehenga. The couple’s varmala ceremony looked straight out of a fairytale as chandeliers added a magical glow to the decor and venue.
The Wedding Makers
Venues: The Grand, New Delhi (Mehndi, Sangeet, Anand Karaj), Devam, Delhi (Wedding)
Wedding Planning and Decor: Evolve Weddings
Bride’s Outfits: Papa Don’t Preach By Shubika (Mehndi), Suneet Verma (Sangeet), Rimple and Harpreet (Anand Karaj)
Makeup: Priya Chopra (Sangeet, Mehndi, Reception), House of Beauty (Anand Karaj)
Photography: Cinelove Productions