Priyanka-Nick wedding: You will not be able to take your eyes off the bride and her dress!

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are one of cutest couple of 2018. They have never shied away from sharing sweet PDA moments. (source: @priyankachopra) Photograph:( Instagram )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Dec 06, 2018, 10.32 AM (IST)

You will not be able to take your eyes off Priyanka Chopra as a bride!

The stunner that she is, Priyanka chose a bright red Sabyasachi lehenga with applique work, sequins and heavy embroidery all over her dress. She accessorised the look with heavy layered jewellery that offered a bright contrast to the rose-red of her attire.

She wore a delicate but huge maang tika on her head, kept the dupatta (that acted as a veil) on her head and covered her face as she walked towards her groom, Nick Jonas. Among the many items of jewellery she wore, what will grab your attention is the gold kamar band (jewellery tied on the waist) that she wore as a belt over her lehenga-blouse. 

See stunning pictures of the bride here:

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Priyanka also had her own phoolon ki chadar (a carpet weaved of flowers, under which the bride walks in India, while she is being escorted to the mandap for the pheras). The colour of the carpet matched with her dress and gave a classy finish to the backdrop. The brothers who carried it were all dressed in soft beige; possibly because they wanted all attention on the beautiful bride. 

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Interestingly, even the groom's side including Nick himself was dressed in beige and gold. The only one who stood out in the crowd was our very own desi girl!

While the Hindu ceremony was as elaborate as it can be, the Christian one was no less. Who can forget the extra long veil that Priyanka donned like a boss.

See pictures from that ceremony here:

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And the dress:

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Story highlights

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas married on December 1 and 2 in Jodhpur amid the presence of close friends and family. The duoΒ tied the knot in both Christian and Hindi ceremonies.Β