How They Met
They met in 2011 as they were both in the same class in college. Their friendship turned into love and they decided on being together forever. Since Prerit comes from a Gujarati family and she’s also a Gujarati, they didn’t have to struggle much for which they both are quite lucky. They got married in a grand manner, and their celebrations included several small traditions alongside other lavish functions in Pune, Maharashtra .”
This was a really small function at their home. Only close members of their family and friends were involved in this function. She was beautifully dressed in a yellow Kurti as the tradition continues. They kept it simple and had a minimal but beautiful decoration at their home.
“For the sangeet, they colour contrasted their outfits – Prerit wore a maroon sherwani ensemble by designers Nikhil and Shantanu, from their Kolkata store, and She wore a white-silver lehenga from Kayra in New Delhi. The decor of this event had an overall white theme with a bunch of LED screens placed throughout the venue that worked really well. Shweta again did a fabulous job of giving her a matte face with a smoky eye look and messy curly hairdo, which stayed put throughout the evening.”
“She had specifically picked colours, fabrics and makeup style according to her liking and preference for the wedding. Ever since her marriage date got fixed she wanted to be a Sabyasachi bride. His colours and the fabric appealed to her like no other. She got her red aari and zardozi lehenga with scattered mogra motifs from the Sabyasachi Mukherjee store in Kolkata. She wore special jewellery from an online boutique store run by a friend and matched it with jewellery from Prerto and Mortantra to accessorize the look.
Since Prerit and Neha both’s family wanted to have a grand reception for their wedding they had a grand decoration with mesmerizing lightings. She wore a bronze-gold colour lehenga with heavy set of jewels and he wore a dashing black tuxedo.