Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal – or VicKat, as they’re fondly called – kept their relationship under wraps – up until they blessed the world with a series of wedding pictures that are extremely adorable.
Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal took over the internet by sharing stunning photographs from their wedding ceremony, and we can’t get enough of it!
The event was a three-day intimate affair at Six Senses Fort Barwara from 7th to 9th of December following an intimate haldi and mehndi ceremony.
Katrina Kaif opted for Sabyasachi
On the momentous occasion, the bride opted for Sabyasachi. Katrina’s lehenga was heavily embroidered in gold. The crimson veil was additionally embellished with zari work along the border. The embroidered choli featured a deep V-neckline. She also wore floral jewelry designed by Sabyasachi, which featured bracelets and a garland.
Vicky Kaushal looked dashing in an ivory silk sherwani with exquisite marori embroidery, a silk kurta, and a silk churidar. Sabyasachi’s collection included famous handmade gold-plated Bengal Tiger buttons. Vicky wore a tussar georgette shawl with zari marori embroidered pallu and borders.
The gold Benarasi silk tissue safa was worn with a handmade kilangi and statement necklace set in 18k gold with emeralds, brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds, quartz, and tourmalines.
VicKat were all smiles during the event, and honestly, I get it
Katrina also paid tribute to Vicky’s Punjabi heritage with her bridal veil, custom-trimmed with hand-beaten silver kiran electroplated in gold.
The bride walked down the aisle with sisters under a flower canopy
VicKat also shared cute moments from their haldi ceremony held prior to their grand wedding day.
Nothing puts a grin on your face like being smothered with haldi by your mother-in-law
A lovely peek of Katrina’s endearing relationship with her saas (Vicky’s mother). It’s worth noting that the saas and bahu appeared to be matching in ivory attire.
In this picture, Sham Kaushal is seen applying haldi to his son, looking overjoyed. During the ceremony, they were spotted enjoying a candid moment.
Here’s Vicky drenched by his friends
And here, we see VicKat enjoying a super cute haldi-covered moment together
Cue, ‘Can You Feel The Love Tonight?’
Next up, we have VicKat dancing the night away with their friends at the mehndi ceremony
All our love to Katrina Kaif who made a contagiously happy bride
Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal’s outfits were colorful and textured, with a modern touch of folk.
The bride opted for a multi-colored matka silk lehenga set in festive colors such as pink, green, gold, yellow, and orange. It featured a backless patchwork blouse with a plunging V-neckline and an inverted hem embellished with elaborate thread and sequin embroidery.
Vicky Kaushal wore an embroidered raw silk bandh gala jacket with coromandel chintz patterns over a mint silk kurta with embroidered butis to match his bride. He wore it with a Bangalore silk ivory salwar, a rough beard, and his trademark side-parted haircut.
Here is the bride dancing with her father-in-law
The groom shows some killer dance moves with brother Sunny Kaushal
Here’s a SUPER cute VicKat moment
It’s not a Bollywood wedding if the bride and groom aren’t a little bit filmy
Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal’s mehndi was nothing lesser than a joyous and fun-filled event!
Lastly, we have the married couple featured in this photoshoot that legit has our hearts
VicKat have swept social media off their feet once again with glimpses of their pre-wedding photoshoot.
JUST LOOK AT THEM
Katrina Kaif’s pastel tulle sari is decorated with hand-cut English flowers, stitched by Bengali craftswomen, and lavishly sprinkled with semi-precious jewels and crystals.
I’M NOT CRYING, YOU’RE CRYING
VicKat out here making all single people ache
Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif’s wedding was nothing lesser than a fairytale, and what could have been a better union of lovers?!
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This was surely the wedding of the season, and we wish VicKat a blissful life ahead!
Cover image via katrinakaif/Instagram