How They Met
An exchange of numbers orchestrated by family friends led to a bowling date in Chandigarh. There was an instant spark, and what followed was an adventure—strolls in London, sunsets in Mallorca, an evening in Amsterdam, and finally, a proposal on a mountaintop in Kullu, two years later.
“Last year, Rehmat was in London and I was in Chandigarh. We couldn’t meet for over 11 months because of the pandemic. Finally, we reunited in Kullu, and that’s when Rehmat proposed,” Tripat shares.
A Significant Wedding Location
“Our home near Manali is a place close to my heart. My family and I have spent many special moments here. We chose to have the Anand Karaj ceremony in the garden, under the Lagerstroemia tree. It’s an especially peaceful spot in the lap of nature, where you can hear the river, smell the flowers, and see the last of the cherry blossoms. Serendipitously, a picture of this very spot in the garden is the first photograph I shared on my WhatsApp chat with Rehmat,” the bride reveals.
Safety Precautions in the time of Covid
The couple limited their guest list to about 70 of their closest family and friends. Everyone was tested, and masks and sanitisers were made readily available. “We even requested our guests to refrain from handshakes, hugs and any physical interactions for the sake of everyone present,” the newly-wed shares as a piece of advice.
Décor: Aash Studio
Custom Illustrations and Invitations: Tripat Kaur Kang
Bride’s make-up: Shradha Luthra
Bride’s Hair: Ruchi Arya
Photographer: Nayan for the décor, Sutej Pannu for the wedding
Planner: Mandap Martin
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