This past weekend, actor Priyanka Chopra and singer Nick Jonas tied the knot in two lavish ceremonies. The two were married in Jodhpur, India, with both a traditional Western ceremony and a Hindu one, and Priyanka wore what is quite possibly the prettiest outfit we've ever seen her in (and that's saying something). "@nickjonas" on Instagram. Nick meanwhile, shared these photos on Twitter with the caption, "Happiest day of my life".
Nick and Priyanka's first wedding ceremony was held on Saturday (Dec. 1). Chopra also wore a 75-foot long veil, captured in drone footage. All the looks were designed by Ralph Lauren. For her wedding in 2015, TV star Drashti Dhami wore a lehenga that looked nearly identical. Jonas wore a gold sherwani with a feathered turban.
Joined by their extended family, the newly weds posed for the camera with Nick's family on Priyanka's side, and Priankya's on Nick's.
Priyanka Chopra showed off her dress on Friday.
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The bride was walked down the aisle by her mother; her father reportedly died of cancer in 2013. The newlyweds are all set to celebrate their wedding with friends and families at the Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Speaking abut her dress in the documentary Queen of the World, she said, 'Somewhere in here there's a piece of blue fabric that's stitched inside - it was my something blue.
"I always knew I wanted a red traditional silhouette for my wedding but Sabya brought in incredible French embroidery to the mix and with incredible jewelry and Western-inspired veil it was just such an amalgamation of who I am", Chopra told People. The Games of Thrones actress, who is engaged to Nick's brother Joe Jonas, joined the Jonas family to be a part of the Hollywood meets Bollywood wedding and she had a blast.
Over the course of five days, guests from all over the world celebrated the pair with multiple pre-wedding ceremonies like a mehendi party and sangeet, which featured elaborate song and dance numbers featuring the bride, groom and extended family.