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The Royal Wedding Pallavi Weds Jagajith

By Executive Editor

It was a wedding laced with richness, grandeur and a series of traditional rituals. Lakshmi Keerthi, founder and creative head of La’kiru, who organised the event end to end, left no stone unturned to make this splendid occasion a successful one.

They looked like a match made in heaven, even though it was an arranged marriage, there was a delightful bond between them which was palpable. Pallavi J V, daughter of Sudha Vijaykumar and G J Vijaykumar and Jagajith Jayramu, son of Renuka Jayramu and Jayramu got married recently and it can be termed as one of the most lavish weddings Bengaluru witnessed.

Pre-Wedding Rituals
The journey of this great grand wedding started off with ‘Nalagu’ at the bride’s palatial bungalow. Right from the bride’s attire to the décor, Lakshmi Keerthi made sure, everything was spot on. The back drop which consisted of metal and real lotuses was a visual treat. ‘Nalagu’ was followed by the engagement ceremony.The theme for the engagement was baby pink. The place literally looked like a scene from one of those Disney fairytale movies. After the ring exchange, there was a cake cutting session and the cake was baked exclusively by the bride’s pretty twin sister Prathusha. The couple looked radiant and there were smiles all around. The wedding glow manifested on the couple’s faces right after the event. The next event was ‘bale shastra’ and it was a multicoloured theme and the entire décor comprised vibrant bangles. There was a balegara present at the venue and all the ladies were given colourful bangles.
Next came the most pleasurable occasion – Mehendi. The theme for the event was orange and pink. It looked elegant, extravagant, striking and luxurious, all at the same time. From pillars to drapes to florals, everything was extremely classy. There was fun, music and dance and the guests had a ball.

Haldi, which was followed by mehendi was held at the Bangalore Main Palace and was a glorious event. The significance of this ceremony is that the ingredient and its colour usher in a life of prosperity for the couple, who are starting off their new life together. Also, the colour yellow of turmeric is considered very auspicious in the Indian tradition.

The Magnificent Reception

It was a floral theme for the reception which was held at the Bangalore Main Palace. “We used only exotic flowers like tulips, torch ginger, mokarams and bird of paradise and all the flowers were either red or orange in colour as those colours are the bride’s favourite colours”, says Lakshmi Keerthi. The centre of attraction in the entire décor was the vibrant bed of roses in the back drop.The couple entry was an innovative one – Aneesh Vidyashankar, the famous violinist, walked the couple through from the entrance to the dais with his stunning music. Much to the entertainment of the guests, there was a saxophone performance by Lavanya sisters from Mumbai.


The Traditional Muhurtham
Pallavi looked more than enchanting when she was welcomed in a doli like a princess by her uncles and brothers. There were tears of joy flowing from every corner and the venue reeked of excessive cheerfulness.It was a temple setting for this traditional occasion and the ambience exuded holiness and grandeur. There were majestic bells hanging from the roof and there were idols of Maruti, Kolluru Mookambika and Srinivasa on the dais. Not to forget, the elephants at the entrance! They looked so real that unless you touched them, you wouldn’t know they were non-living entities. Thanks to Wedding Mansion and Co for their brilliant production work.Right from Gauri pooja to Kasiyatra to kanyadanam, all the rituals were taken good care of. All is well that ends well! Finally, the grand event came to an end with the lovely couple entering into a new phase of their life.

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