Potterheads unite! This Chandigarh couple had a Harry Potter-themed cocktail party and we’re totally in love with it. Harry Potter books and movies have been a part of many of our childhoods. And at one point in time, we all really expected our Hogwarts letters, didn’t we?

Well, Diksha and Jatin’s love story is as magical as it gets. The two were college buddies in Patiala, and it wasn’t until their last year of college that they both decided to give love a chance. Being lawyers, they both were pretty career-oriented who loved spending their free time with one another. It was their mutual love for Harry Potter that surely brought them together as they both credit the incredible series for honing their personalities. And when their planners learned about them being huge Potterheads, they knew how to make their wedding experience magical. The duo had an intimate wedding at Taj Hotel in Chandigarh with a guest list comprised a total number of 80 people. 

Check Out Their Magical Wedding With A Harry Potter-Themed Cocktail Party-

1. Outdoor Mehendi And Chooda Ceremony

Both Diksha and Jatin love the simplicity and aren’t huge fans of over-the-top show-off culture. And they wanted their wedding to be elegant, fun, and simple with their loved ones around. The mehndi ceremony was a day full of masti and memorable moments. Diksha wore a pink suit salwar with a contrasting dupatta in a baby blue shade. The function was followed by the chooda ceremony where Diksha was seen dangling her kaleeras over her friends and sisters.

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2. Whimsical Harry Potter-Themed Cocktail Party

Since the couple was huge Harry Potter fans, it seemed only right that they had a Harry Potter-themed cocktail. The planners did an amazing job with the decor and creating a magical vibe all over. There were chocolate Snitches, signboards with Harry Potter one-liners, and a magic hall-themed table setup. There was even a Harry Potter-themed cake! *Woah*

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Harry potter -themed cocktail

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Harry potter themed cake

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3. The Magical Duo

Diksha and Jatin both looked adorable, as well as, dashing in their cocktail outfits. Diksha wore a blue sequin gown with a dainty diamond necklace. While Jatin showed up in a black formal suit with a white shirt and a bow tie.

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4. Diksha Looking Gorgeous As A Bride

For the wedding, Diksha donned a pastel lehenga with a double dupatta. She styled a red over-head dupatta and wore sneakers underneath. She kept her jewelry minimal with a dainty Nath and a choker necklace set.

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5. Beautiful Sundowner Wedding

The adorable bride, Diksha, loved genda flowers and the planners managed to incorporate them into the wedding decor. The mandap was decorated only with genda phool and mango leaves. It surely was a magical sundowner wedding with floral decor and pretty lights. 

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We loved how minimalistic and gorgeous Diksha and Jatin’s wedding was. It was also great to see how they kept their guest list limited and took all the safety precautions. Wishing them all the very best for their magical journey ahead.

Vendor Details: 

Venue: Taj, Chandigarh 

Wedding planner: Plan With Nonya

Photographers: Beginnings For You

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