Marriage is one of the most important events in someone’s life. Lots of things change after this. On the marriage day, it is very important not only for the bride and groom to look their best but also the guests to dress well as it becomes one of those days which you are going to remember in the later time.
Same happened at Sophie Turner and, Joe Jonas second wedding celebration. Not only the couple but, everyone else present there were pretty. But among everybody, Priyanka Chopra was looking very ravishing throughout the ceremony. She never disappoints her fans with her wedding fashion, even as a guest.
Priyanka Chopra attended her husband Nick Jonas’s brother’s wedding who got married to Sophie Turner last month in Las Vegas and, now they are getting married for the second time in France. It was a strictly family and friends function which was attended by their close ones only. It was a very beautiful and, enjoyable day for everyone in which Priyanka added a unique flavor of her own way of dressing.
For the rehearsal dinner, the dress code was decided to be white except for the couple who wore a red dress. Joe’s and, Sophie’s sister-in-law wore a stunning pearl white attire made up of satin. Priyanka accessorized her look with very beautiful pearl white earrings so as to match with her dress. She lightly curled her hairs which gave everyone Hollywood romantic vibes. Her off-shoulder white dress with her neckline stole many hearts.
As it is being said you can take out the Indians out of India but you cannot take out India from the Indians. Now being the Jonas family’s daughter-in-law, she opted for a desi Indian look.
For the wedding ceremony, PeeCee showcased the Indian traditional outfits. She wore a pretty 9-yard pastel pink flowering saree with a backless blouse designed by none other than Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She styled her hair in a bun and emphasized her look with a pink flower which gave her a sober look. The way she was carrying her saree will remind everyone of her own Hindu wedding where she was wearing a red colored saree also designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee.