Happy Friday, darlings! We are wrapping up another week in which we have enjoyed beautiful and inspiring stories, and we want to close it with a flourish! And there is no better way to get to the weekend than to share the beautiful wedding celebration of Queena & Jasmit with you! As soon as we took a glance at the magnificent shots captured by the talented folks from Photographick Studios, we knew that this was a story that you were going to enjoy. So let's check it out together! We will start our journey through this love story by joining this beautiful couple in a romantic and distinctive outdoor photo session. The tall and leafy trees, the impressive sports car and the romance of this couple created a scene so captivating that we are sure you are going to love. Our two lovebirds looked ravishing for this photo session! Queena looked breathtaking on her ruby Lengha embellished with golden details, while Jasmit rocked a white Sherwani suit with multicolored patterns! The mix between the traditional attires, the forest, and the luxury sports car was the perfect combination of tradition and modernity. And we love every bit of it! And if you take a closer look at this photo session, you will notice that the shots seemed taken from a remake of an ancient Indian fairytale ambiance in a modern era. If you want to check more of this fantastic outdoor photoshoot, don't miss today's gallery. You are going to enjoy every it!
How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We matched on a dating site and it took Jasmit a whole year to finally message me lol Once he did though, things progressed effortlessly. We both made time to meet each other regularly and got to spend a lot of time together. There was not one moment that stands out but every single day I spent with him made me fall more in love with him. He is truly a kind, selfless and caring person. We both got along great and things just fell into place.
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Despite Jasmit’s secrecy regarding the proposal, I was on to his scheme. I played along with the game and purposely dressed down that day to throw him off. He persisted nonetheless and guided me up the 300+ steps to scenic Piazza de Michelangelo overlooking Florence, Italy. I smiled and continued the ascent to the overlook. Jasmit proceeded to consider potential proposal locations while a violinist just happened to be playing the most romantic song (Not planned at all). He finally settled a on a bushy secluded area await for the mirad of tourists. There he nervously got on one knee, fumbled the ring while I laughed and blushed uncontrollably. Yes was the response as any other answer would have resulted in a most awkward descent back to Florence.
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
We didn't have much time to plan which ended up being a great thing. We were decisive and checked things off our list pretty quickly. Thankfully, my best friend is Sarah khan of Sarah khan event styling and she was helpful from day one from recommending venues to cake vendors. Photographick was highly recommended by many of our friends so he was the first person we booked. Within in a month after that we had the dj, caterer and venues booked as well. I took a 7 day trip to India with my mother and Masi and an 1 hour after landing in Delhi, I had finalized my wedding ceremony lehnga. Jasmit and I have pretty similar taste in style so he left most of the details up to me to pick. That included all of his wedding outfits and the decor for the entire wedding.
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I originally had light pink in mind inspired by Anushka Sharma's wedding lehnga. However, when I actually started trying on lehngas, the brighter colors caught my eye more. I did know that I wanted a floral theme though and found the perfect bright pink floral lehnga very quickly.
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Both of our families are from the same area so it was really nice to plan our wedding close to home.
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Probably Jasmit's dance performance at the Sangeet.
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Rhere were so many! We had a lot of smaller events at home and it was really special to be able to celebrate with close family before the big events.
We are just starting this journey, so stay close if you don't want to miss any detail!