Well, Esha Deol finally got married to her beau Bharat Takhlani, after her mother Hema Malini decided that it was time she settled down. I saw the photos of the Esha Deol and Bharat Takhlani wedding in the news, and was really impressed with the outfits selected by Esha Deol for her sangeet, mehendi and other marriage ceremonies. I thought I’d write this post about the wedding arrangements, outfits, decor and other services, which would help couples planning to get married in the near future.
This article has photos and information about all the wedding outfits worn by the couple for their various wedding functions, as well as details about wedding jewellery, decor and guests who were invited. Read on for more about the Esha Deol-Bharat Takhlani wedding, one of the greatest Indian filmy weddings of our time.
Esha Deol’s Engagement
Esha Deol got engaged Bharat Takhlani (her businessman boyfriend) on the romantic date of 14th February 2012. This private ceremony was held at Hema Malini’s bungalow in Juhu. It was attended by close friends from Bollywood, such as Jaya Bachan.
For the engagement, Esha Deol wore a pink sari with green designs, together with minimalist jewellery to highlight her sparkling diamond engagement ring. Her fiancé Bharat Takhtani was casually dressed in a white shirt, white jacket and cream trousers, as you can see from the above photo.
Invitation Card for Esha Deol’s Wedding
Esha Deol’s wedding invitation card came in a golden and cream metal dabba with a beautifully designed matching paper bag. Inside the dabba are the simple cards for the various wedding functions, together with paintings of Radha and Krishna (painted by an American artist), and motichoor ladoos with dry fruits (cheapest sweets ever).
The wedding invitation has been jointly given by Dharmendra and Hema Malini, whose names are printed together on the card, together with the names of Dharmendra’s late parents (dada and dadi of Esha Deol).
Esha Deol’s wedding card was designed by Multi Creation, one of the invitation card makers hired by the rich and famous of Mumbai. The box in which the cards are placed is reusable, and has a design of a lotus, om/swastik signs, and the couple’s initials (E and B) entwined together.