Deepika, Ranveer share first wedding pictures as husband and wife

Deepika, Ranveer share first wedding pictures as husband and wife

Deepika, Ranveer share first wedding pictures as husband and wife

The North Indian style wedding had Deepika Padukone flaunting the quintessential Punjabi Chura and Kaleeras that were courtesy of the jewellery label, Ra Abta by Rahul Luthra.

The duo Wednesday in two styles - the traditional Konkani style as Deepika hails from Bangalore and the Sindhi or North Indian style for the Bhavnani family. And they were seen twinning in the Konkani wedding as well.

What you're looking at is Ranveer Singh's Mumbai residence, which has been decked in white lights to welcome home Deepika Padukone.

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Sharing the duo's photo on his official Instagram account, Errikos congratulated the couple and stated that their wedding was indeed made of dreams.

As fans were left teary-eyed after watching their favourite couple get married, Ranveer's stylist Nitasha Gaurav shared the photos of the bride and groom with the caption, "Presenting the newly minted Mrs & Mr Ranveer Singh Bhavnani!" On the other hand, Ranveer colour-coordinated with her in a red coloured sherwani. One of the most unique features from their affair in Italy is the fact that all their gifts would be directed to charity.

Giving fans a glimpse into their big day, the couple shared photographs on social media. Ranveer does know how to make Deepika feel like a real Princess. "#PartnersForLife.wish you both endless growth, fulfilment and happiness, "love is not something you can put into motion, or has a time schedule: #lennon". The lovely couple headed to Italy last week and on November 13, the couple had their mehendi and sangeet ceremony. When she broke down, Ranveer, who could understand her emotional state, walked up to her and hugged her tight and consoled his lady love. Stay tuned in here for more updates on the wedding of this wonderful couple.

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