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A Blend of Classy and Cute: Themed Pre-Wedding Shoot In Mumbai By The Cheesecake Project

A Blend of Classy and Cute: Themed Pre-Wedding Shoot In Mumbai By The Cheesecake Project

Mrignayani and Nikhilesh met each other at a wedding wayy back in 2009, and 8 years later, they’re all set to get married! But not before a supercool pre-wedding shoot, courtesy The Cheesecake Project.


 

The shoot had three themes: ethnic wear, cocktails and sleepwear. Mrignayani wanted to portray her story in an editorial way, inclusive of all the emotions and feelings in the journey they were about to start. Through the three looks, they portrayed every phase of life, every situation and every happiness.

The Cheesecake Project did a fabulous job of shooting each frame of this pre-wedding shoot at Four Seasons Hotel, Mumbai. Check it out:


 

“The expressions in the shoot portray our attitudes, our feelings, our love, our passion and lastly, our egos! Which I believe has been one of the strongest pro and con of our relationship.” – Mrignayani


 

“We had a great time shooting this! The one in sleepwear portrays our innocence and love, the cocktail look portrays our strong personalities and our Indian look is just a glimpse of our married life in the future!” – Mrignayani

Outfits:

Ethnic look:
Lehenga – flyrobe.in
Suit – Zara India

Cocktail look:
Gown – AND by Anita Dongre
Suit – Telon Bandra

Sleepwear – crazzylazy.in

 

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