Congratulations are in order for Nick-yanka. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas married Saturday, December 1, at the famed Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.
The wedding marks the tail end of a whirlwind courtship and engagement, with the couple marrying just four months after Jonas proposed in July 2018.
For the occasion, Chopra wore a custom design by Ralph Lauren, who dressed Jonas too, according to People. All three of the groom’s brothers, Kevin, Joe and Frankie, served as groomsmen in the wedding.
Adorably, his father, Paul Kevin Jonas Sr. officiated the Christian wedding. The pair will also hold an Indian wedding ceremony to honor Chopra’s background and upbringing.
“Priyanka’s background is a unique blend of different parts of India,” Shawna Gohel, Founder and CEO of Maharani Weddings, previously told The Knot. “She’s from Jamshedpur, but her dad is from Punjab. They moved to Delhi, so she’s going to have an Indian wedding mixed with traditions. She’s going to pick and choose what she wants, and as the week goes on, it gets more lavish.”
For the Indian wedding, it’s believed that Chopra will select famed Indian designer Manish Malhotra, whose pieces were also up front and center during the couple’s Puja ceremony earlier this week. “I don’t know that she’s going to jump designers,” Gohel adds. “For Indian weddings, the ultimate designer to have is Manish.”
Just in time for their wedding, the couple revealed how he proposed in July—during a romantic trip to Crete—and more details about their Roka ceremony. “It was such an incredible coming-together of two really ancient cultures and religions,” Chopra told Vogue in a new cover story.
“Two very different cultures and religious backgrounds,” Jonas added, “and the beauty of it was, there was so much love and acceptance for our side.”
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