Anamika and Charan had a one-of-a-kind double wedding bash and we’re surely having FOMO! They were best friends for almost 5-6 years before they decided to take the leap. But it’s not as rosy as it sounds, these lovebirds had their share of struggles when it came to convincing their parents. Anamika’s parents were against intercaste marriage as they were Rajasthani and Charan was a Punjabi. But with time their parents came around and the rest is history. 

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Keeping the pandemic in mind, they decided to go forward with a double intimate wedding ceremony. They tied the knot in a Hindu Rajasthani wedding ceremony as well as a Sikh wedding ceremony. That means double the fun and celebration.

Check Out The Amazing Pictures From Their Fun Double Intimate Wedding Ceremony-

1. Roka And Mehendi Ceremony

For the Roka ceremony, Anamika wore a peach-colored saree with gota patti work. The pastel saree looked absolutely chic. The bride-to-be accessorized an embroidered peach dupatta over her saree for the ceremony. 

pastel peach saree

Roka ceremony bridal saree

On the same evening, they celebrated the Mehendi function. Anamika rocked a green lehenga with pink flower embroidery and golden sequin work. She went for a contrasting pink dupatta with her green lehenga and looked stunning as ever. 

mehendi ceremony

green lehenga for mehendi

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2. Fun-Filled Haldi Function & Sangeet

Bride-to-be Anamika opted for a white organza lehenga with floral prints for her Haldi. While all other family members wore yellow outfits. She surely stood out with her beautiful refreshing lehenga.

bride dancing

Haldi ceremony

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Then came the Sangeet ceremony, for which she wore a mustard yellow lehenga with silver gota work. Anamika wore minimal gold jewelry with her yellow lehenga. And was all set for a fun-filled sangeet evening.

mustard yellow bridal lehenga

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3. Rajasthani Wedding Look

Since the couple had two different wedding ceremonies, they had two different wedding looks as well. Their Rajasthani wedding took place during the evening. And the bride wore an unconventional falsa lehenga with antique gold embroidery. Anamika didn’t want to go for the traditional pink or red lehenga and fell in love with the falsa color at once. She says that “the whole outfit was sparkling like starry sky in the night.” And we couldn’t agree more. Groom Charan wore a self embroidered white sherwani and a dupatta with falsa-colored lining to match the bride’s outfit.

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bridal portrait

bride dancing at baraat

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groom in white sherwani

groom baraat

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4. Sikh Wedding Look

The Sikh wedding took place during the day and the couple chose the perfect wedding outfits for their daytime wedding. With light and pastel color themes, both bride and groom looked gorgeous in their wedding attires. Bride Anamika wore a gorgeous baby blue lehenga that had peacock embroidery along with a pink dupatta. Anamika added a cute little detail to her lehenga with a personalized latkan that had both their names embroidered in it. While the groom complimented the bride in a baby blue sherwani and dupatta. Charan added a royal look to his sherwani with royal blue velvet Sherwani jacket with gold patterns and a pink safa. 

bridal entry

personalized latkan

baby blue sherwani with velvet jacket

groom entry

couple portrait

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5. Double Intimate Wedding Ceremony

The couple had their Rajasthani wedding on 16th February followed by the Sikh wedding on 17th February. They both looked adorable as ever and we couldn’t be happier for them.

Rajasthani wedding

couple wedding portrait

sikh wedding

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Wishing them a lifetime of happiness and all the very best for their future. 

Vendor Details:

MUA: Eshita Makeup Artist

Bridal Trousseau: Alluring You Label

Sikh Wedding Lehenga: Lucky Arora

Groom’s Outfit: Lucky Arora

Photography: Plush Affairs

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