Singapore Tatler Wedding - - DREAMS -

A fam­ily af­fair in many ways, the wed­ding d din­ner included per­for­mances and speeches b by loved ones. The cou­ple also hosted the e event them­selves, adding to the in­ti­mate feel. ““We ended up hav­ing a ball—and our guests r re­ally en­joyed it be­cause ev­ery­thing was so u un­ex­pected,” says Sonam.

Par­tic­u­larly mem­o­rable for Sonam were h her brother Ravi’s heart­warm­ing speech a and Vishal’s singing per­for­mance. The g groom mean­while counts his wife’s dance p per­for­mance for him a high point. The cel­e­bra­tion wrapped up with a bang at Shangri-La Ho­tel, where guests tucked into Sin­ga­porean street fare while Bol­ly­wood mu­sic duo Vishal & Shekhar caused quite a stir with their sen­sa­tional songs that had rev­ellers pound­ing the dance floor un­til 4am.

Al­though Sonam ad­mits that out­fits were low on her to-do list—“We only re­ally started to think about out­fits a month or two prior to the wed­ding”—the cou­ple could have fooled any­one with their op­u­lent wardrobe, ac­ces­sorised with state­ment bling from Temp­ta­tions Jew­ellery and In­finiti Jew­els. Cre­ated by top names in In­dian and in­ter­na­tional de­sign, Sonam’s out­fits mir­rored the colour themes for the var­i­ous events and included a jaw-drop­pingly gor­geous lehenga in gold. Cre­ated by her de­signer friend An­jali Mah­tani, it had the cou­ple’s love story nar­rated in em­broi­dered pic­tures. “I also had lines from my hus­band’s first love let­ter to me em­broi­dered onto my scarf,” she says.

Cer­tainly that’s one love story for­ever stitched in time.

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