A Bengali Marwari Wedding is the crossover we never thought we needed. Komal and Aniket dished out a perfect Kolkata marriage in the Westin Hotel, Rajarhat. The marriage was traditional in every sense. Even so Komal’s outfits in every event were offbeat, ditching cliche and common colours. Whether it was her onion pink wedding dress, cool blue crop top or iconic red lehenga, her outfit game flooded us with gobs of awe and inspiration! In other words, Komal and Aniket’s union as people of two different cultures was beautifully reflected in the way the marriage was carried out. As a result, every event had a touch of both cultures.
Although the grand wedding followed Marwari rituals, but it had Bengali elements like tuberose for the mandap decoration and the bride’s entry with betel leaves. Mayra, a traditional Marwari ceremony, was infused with Bengali elements like traditional red white sarees, decorations, dhunuchi dance and dhaak. Furthermore, Komal & Aniket also married with Bengali customs of Bashi Biye post wedding.
This adorable couple’s wedding was as dreamy as their relationship. All the ceremonies were an assortment of happiness, revelry, laughter and gratitude. Like a faithful and grand Bengali Marwari wedding, the venues were jaw-dropping. They ranged from a poolside to a flatboat. Embellished with imperial drapes, chandeliers or flowers, the wedding was nothing less than a fairy tale!
Small details like ‘Komal Aniket’ embroidered on the wedding outfit, the bridesmaid boxes or their hashtag ‘Komet Collision’ made everything so momentous. Such a quirky and fun Bengali Marwari Wedding has set a really high benchmark for all the intercultural weddings out there. Do you have one coming up? Bookmark, pin and read ahead to give your eyes a beauteous treat.
Best relationships are the ones you never see coming! Komal and Aniket met in college and their first meeting ended up in a big fight. The initial dislike was just momentary, though. That didn’t stop them from falling head over heels for each other. Komal and Aniket grew fond of each other over time and dated for 9 years before tying the knot. After he proposed, the couple decided to have a cheery talk with their parents.
Komal and Aniket got married in a place they both grew up in; Kolkata. The goal was to have an ideal amalgamation between both cultures and traditions. The result? A grand fusion between Bengali and Marwari traditions in Westin Hotel, Rajarhat. Evidently, here’s the lesson for today. First fights can end up with a majestic blend of cultures, more like a perfect and dream-like Bengali Marwari wedding.
With this, Komal and Aniket’s regal Bengali Marwari Wedding reached an end, and they began their happy married life. Nevertheless, they left us with some spectacular ideas and inspirations.