Ankita Lokhande and Vicky Jain tie the knot today. They got married in the presence of their friends and family. The couple looks stunning as newly married and we can see the glow on their face. Have a look at the pictures that we were excitely waiting for since a long time.
The Lovely Couple
The bride and groom look super happy together as they pose for the first as Mr. and Mrs. Ankita and Vicky are all decked up in their wedding attires along with red varmalas in their necks.
Ankita Lokhande wore a heavily embellished golden lehenga. The lehenga skirt is quite heavy and she has paired it up with an equally beautiful blouse. Along with this, she has incorporated the two-dupatta trend in her wedding look. She draped one dupatta normally and used the sheer dupatta as a veil.
For her jewellery, she is wearing a two necklaces. First she is wearing a choker which she has styled with a layered necklace with uncut diamonds. She has paired it up with matching statement earrings. Along with, this is wearing a traditional matha-patti along with a big nose ring or nath.
She has skipped the usual red choods and went a different way with golden bangles or kadas. And how can we not mention the minimal makeup look. This subtle yet bright makeup look is goals.
The groom is wearing a white sherwani with golden embroidery all over it. He has opted for a dhoti salwar and a matching sheer stole. He has paired up the outfit with a pair of mojris. To complete his wedding look, he is wearing a turban and adorned with a ‘kalgi’.
The baraat seemed liked royal one as the groom was seen on a red vintage car instead of the traditional 'ghoda'. The baraatis were super excited as they were dancing joyfully around the car. Also, Vicky Jain looked super happy as he is sitting open air car.
The bride, Ankita Lokhande gets emotional as she walks the aisle and looked at Vicky Jain decked up in his wedding avatar.
We just can’t get over the beautiful wedding mandap. The mandap is giving regal feels and it surely looks like a royal wedding. We are just in love with the fountain behind as well as the decor of the mandap. Also, how can we forget the red flag on top of the mandap giving it a look of the temple.
This is truly a match made in heaven We wish the couple lots of love, success and happiness.
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