Envisage this - mountain ranges, semi-arid plains, historic towns, wildlife and hundreds of kilometres of coastline. This is what Azerbaijan’s beauty is all about. It is not called the ‘Land of Fire’ for no reason!
Now imagine tying the knot with your loved one against such a picturesque natural backdrop- magical, isn’t it?
Read more to know about how Eesha and Prateek tied the knot in the most opulent way possible:
The Wedding Festivities
The festivities began on a spiritual note, with an ode to the almighty. It was an intimate affair with close friends and family. Eesha wore a simple yet elegant grey ensemble, paired with ethnic earrings a statement passa. Prateek wore a white kurta with a pink jacket.
Mehendi and Pool Party
The couple had a pool party for their mehendi ceremony. Eesha and Prateek’s family and friends were seen having a gala time! Eesha looked like a million bucks in an indigo lehenga, paired with floral jewellery and ethnic gold jhumkaas. Prateek wore a mint green kurta with printed traditional motifs. The decor was chic with pink canopies and floral arrangements.
Since the wedding was in Baku, the theme of ‘Middle East meets Mediterranean.’. The decor witnessed vintage arches, Arabic domes, and gorgeous floral arrangements. The bride flaunted a traditional pink Banarsi saree, while the groom sported an indigo tuxedo.
A relatively simple function dominated by a spiritual atmosphere, the Anand Karaj was a refreshing ceremony. The bride wore a white lehenga with gotta work and paired it with a dupatta which had hues of light pink and light blue. Prateek wore a simple kurta with a mauve bandhgala jacket which had deer prints.
The wedding ceremony took place on the lush greens of Dreamland Golf Club in Baku. The groom made a grand entry like a modern-day-prince in a horse-driven carriage. Eesha wore a heavily embellished traditional red lehenga and heavy kundan jewellery. Prateek wore a beige sherwani with baby pink prints. The highlight of the wedding was the outdoor function with a pretty opulent mandap and floral decor.
The after-party was a power-packed night full of fun!
The ceremony witnessed a whole lot of entertainment in terms of professional dancers, music performances, etc. The couple and their family and friends played a lot of games like shoe games, etc. Not to miss their wedding hashtag!
The bride looked super gorgeous in a bronze lehenga, while the groom wore a black suit. The decor was rustic with foliage and ferns and the colour palette used was majorly gold and black.
Photography and Videography- Cinelove Productions
Bridal outfit (wedding)- Anita Dongre
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