Jo Malone London Scented Sonam Kapoor's Wedding And We've Got All The Details

The just-married Sonam Kapoor, India’s ultimate fashionista, once again became the trendsetter as her wedding is the very first in India to be scented by the legendary British fragrance house.

Yes, you heard it right. Sonam Kapoor did everything in style as she tied the knot with entrepreneur Anand Ahuja in Mumbai on May 8. Be it her dramatic take on flowers tied to her long braid, her Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla ivory-and-gold mehendi outfit, or her traditional red Anuradha Vakil ensemble for the wedding, the actor managed to keep the effervescence of brand Sonam alive throughout the functions. So, it comes as no surprise that she chose Jo Malone London as the fragrance partner for her wedding, infusing a blend of the couple’s favourite whiffs.  Brides-to-be, here’s some serious note of inspiration from the vivacious actor’s wedding to amp up your celebration space.

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Jo Malone London, renowned for impeccable British style and sophisticated curation services, adorned this special occasion by scenting the wedding with elegant whiffs from its collection of coveted candles, complemented with thoughtful gifts handpicked by the couple.

Here’s a scent-tastic account of the signature scents used to adorn the mehendi ceremony:

Mehendi: English Pear & Freesia (bride’s pick) + Lime Basil Mandarin Candles. 

The mehendi’s white-themed décor was amplified with the sensuous freshness of ripe pears wrapped in a bouquet of white freesias in English Pear & Freesia, lifted with peppery basil, aromatic white thyme, and the zest of limes on a Caribbean breeze in Jo Malone London’s signature Lime Bail & Mandarin.

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Just as intimate and thoughtful as all other nuances at the celebration, your thoughts? 




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