From the gota patti embroidered dresses to the elaborated jewellery, Vishal & Nivedita’s ring ceremony was a sheer treat to the eyes.
The glitz and glam of this marwari ceremony kept us totally captivated and we feel very delighted to have shot the Lunia family’s functions.
This story will walk you through their culture reflecting in their costumes, jewellery and the moments that are captured.
Rajasthani dresses are usually designed in bright colours like yellow, red and orange.
Their traditional dresses are entirely different from other states traditional dresses. Rajasthani dresses add colour to the culture of Rajasthan.
Here is our beautiful bride to be, Nivedita as she’s entering the venue.
Reflecting the colorful Rajasthani culture, marwaari women wear royal sarees that have a lot of mirror-work and gota patti embroidery.
Vishal is all smiles having his beau sitting next to him 😀
Pagri (turban) is an important part of men’s costume on special occasions. The way turban is worn comprises a unique significance to marwari men as it symbolises them being grounded to their roots.
Also, it looks very royal.
A piece of cloth is used to cover the head, for maintenance of modesty called chunari.
And the practice of women covering their heads with chunari is called Ghunghat.
Happy friends and relatives having a gala time..
The traditional clothing for men includes the angarkha which is replaced by the modern kurta pyjama and khaakhi jackets with precious stones jewellery like necklaces and baajubandhs.
Exchanging rings 🙂
Here are some portraits of our ever so fabulous love birds..
Towards the end, we stole our favourite Divya for some fun portraits.
Also, look out for the detailing in her dress and jewellery. She’s a stunner!
Thank you 🙂