Rajkummar Rao & Patralekha’s wedding was a memorable one for more than one reason. The couple surely set relationship goals for a lot of us by tying the knot after a decade-long relationship. And the duo celebrated their love with quite a few grand gestures. Their magical wedding served us with some very inspirational and latest wedding trends that we’re not getting over anytime soon. And we’re here to lay it all down for y’all.
Latest Wedding Trends That You Can Steal From Rajkummar & Patralekha’s Wedding–
1. All-White Themed Engagement Party
And all-white engagement was certainly a first when it came to wedding trends. It surely was a true reflection of both Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha’s persona. The couple has always stirred away from the over-the-top appeal. And a white-themed engagement party was certainly an elegant nod to their personal style. Right from the couple of the hour to the guests and even the decor, it was all dripping in white and ivory hues.
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2. Romantic Gestures Of Love
This couple is surely a true inspiration for all the millennials and Gen-Z’s when it comes to relationship goals. All our hearts melted when Rajkummar got down on his knees to exchange his rings and how cutely Patralekha joined him in. Aren’t they the sweetest?
3. The Marigold Magic
We have all witnessed the good ol’ marigolds at wedding functions since forever. Yet we see many up-scale wedding decors incorporating all sorts of other floral arrangements to add a modern touch. But not our princely Rajkummar and Patralekha, the couple opted for marigold jaimalas and even decor elements at their wedding. And we loved the simplicity of it all.
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4. Personalized Sabyasachi Saree Veil
Patralekha’s designer saree surely had all our attention but the veil definitely stole the show. We’d last seen such a magnificent veil on Deepika Padukone’s wedding that read ‘sada saubhagyavati bhava’ which translates to ‘may you always be lucky as a married woman’. But Patralekha’s inscription was just too sweet to handle. She dedicated a verse to Rajkummar Rao in Bengali that said ‘Aamar praanbhora bhaalobasa aami tomaye somorpan korilam’. The verse meant ‘I surrender my heart full of love to you’ and it was personally etched in by Sabyasachi Mukherjee himself.
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5. Embracing Traditional Bridal Essentials
We even loved that Patralekha went with the traditional Bengali makeup for her wedding day. The Chandan bindi art certainly took her wedding look a notch higher. And we just can’t miss out on her kada selections. Patralekha wore the traditional shaka pola kada along with a temple and polki kada for her wedding.
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