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Bharathi Weds Ryshyanth



By Executive Editor

The wedding of Bharathi and Ryshyanth held at Bangalore Main Palace was one of the biggest and lavish weddings that Bangalore witnessed this year. The event was organised by Wedding Mansion and Co that saw around 25,000 people including celebrities!

The wedding of Bharathi and Ryshyanth was an uber-luxurious affair which gave an illusion of a splendid movie set as movie stars right from Darshan to Rajnikanth were present at the venue to give their blessings to the couple. Bharathi is the daughter of Manjula and Munirathna (MLA Rajarajeshwari Nagar constituency and president of Kannada Film Producers Association) and Ryshyanth, an IPS officer is the son of Bhanumathi and Bhaskar Naidu. Though it was an arranged marriage, Bharathi and Ryshyanth looked like a pair made in heaven.


“We had planned every single detail meticulously and around 400 people worked for this wedding constantly for 20 days”, said Dhruva Kumar, one of the owners of Wedding Mansion and Co.
Wedding Mansion and Co owned by Dhruva Kumar and Murali is a wedding planning and production company and is one-of-a-kind in the whole of South India. The company has expanded its roots to the hospitality sector – “Hospitality Mansion and Co”, which exclusively caters to hostess and VIP management, dining area management etc,. Wedding Mansion and Co brings in the suave and urbane elements to every event they take up. They work closely with their clients to plan and execute a wedding that is unique and affluent. “We also give trials of the decor to our clients which nobody else does”, Dhruva says. Driven by a huge and passionate team, Wedding Mansion makes sure the celebration goes on smoothly with a hint of elegance and a dash of glamour. Moving back to the wedding now...


Traditional Muhurtham

A simple engagement ceremony (previous day) was followed by the grand muhurtham and the Bangalore Palace looked festive and divine with the golden themed temple setup. There was a 35 ft lord Venkateshwara statue especially made for this wedding. Even the pathway was beautifully built with around 180 pillars. The mantap was mesmerising and was one of the biggest mantaps (110*20 ft) ever to be used. The traditional flowers were brought from Coimbatore and Bombay especially for this event.
“We could come up with such a rich theme because the client wanted something traditional yet innovative, we matched up to the needs and taste of the client and we would sincerely continue doing the same”, says Dhruva, one of the owners of Wedding Mansion and Co.


Regal Reception
Needless to say it was a majestic and affluent event that saw a lot of illustrious people including Karnataka’s Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, a lot of movie stars and socialites. It was a contemporary theme with subtle colour palette. The lovely couple was welcomed with a flash dance performance and music.
Everybody present at the venue elevated the festive spirit and the event had been planned keeping in mind the minutest of all details and no doubt, it looked out of the world. It was the sensational décor and flamboyant light effect by Wedding Mansion and Co which magnified the celebratory verve. The bride looked stunning in a grand orange and gold-toned saree with understated make up, jewellery and a modish updo, the groom looked debonair in a classy navy 2-button placket formal suit.
On the whole, it was an enormously blissful wedding with a truly spectacular execution by Wedding Mansion and co.

 

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