A Royal Sikh Wedding That’s A Perfect Blend Of New-Age & Timeless

Rustam & Harustat

Snapshot

A soiree that’s soaked in a classic Sikh royal essence, mushy romance, and a timeless grace, Rustam & Harustat’s wedding is every bit beautiful and uniquely conventional. While one of their ceremonies boasted of a voguish floral decor, the other was an ode to their cultural aesthetics along with their Anand Karaj breathing in divine vibes.

And a wedding that’s brimming with such fervor and pure love is only bound to make your heart happier without a doubt. Hence, if you were looking for something that could possibly make your gloomy days a little brighter then, this is it!

Let’s dive right into their tale already!

About The Couple

Their Tale

Their destinies brought Rustam & Harustat together two years back when they started following each other on Instagram. He decided to initiate a conversation with her by talking about her furball Rex which led to the two of them talking about everything and anything. Since they both felt that this could lead somewhere, they discussed it with their families and Rustam flew down to Adelaide.

They then met for the first time and spent some quality time with each other and Harustat’s family to further realize that probably this is meant to be. It was after months of getting to know each other when Rustam finally proposed to her!

The Proposal

Rustam planned a super romantic proposal for his love that was straight out of dreams. It did involve countless reschedules because of the weather conditions and availability of vendors but when the day arrived, it surely was beyond magical.

Harustat was taken blindfolded to a mountainous terrain in Queenstown, New Zealand through a helicopter. Upon landing, he took her in his arms to a rose petal heart and placed her down on it. And when she took off her blindfold, she saw him down on his knees with a ring in his hands.

The Details

Wedding Planning & Details

Rustam & Harustat’s wedding was a captivating fusion of royalty, traditionalism, and a contemporary edge. A blend of beautiful florals, quirky elements, and upbeat vibes, the soiree was stunningly crafted by Shagun Events, Anna Wang, and Your Event Signage.

While they made sure to deck up the wedding at its flamboyant best, Rolling Canvas Presentations framed it all remarkably.

The Engagement Ceremony

Hosted at the Garden ballroom at the Oatlands House, the all floral themed ceremony was a riot of colorful blooms further accentuated with deep crimson flowers.

Couple's Looks

The couple coordinated in blissful hues of baby pink and maroon for their engagement. Rustam looked dapper in a maroon bandhgala by Panjab Bespoke which he teamed up with a heavily embroidered stole and a baby pink turban.

Harustat, on the other hand, slipped into a heavy thread & sequin embroidered Asiana Couture lehenga marked with edgy tassel detailing. While striking jewels by Jagdish Jewellers & Khurana Jewellers added exquisiteness to her look, the team of Hair & Makeup by Sana gave her a flushed look & a low tousled bun.

The Punjabi Sangeet

The Punjabi folk themed sangeet was a jaunty & vivid affair with the decor breathing in distinctive hues. While quirky and traditional elements like dupattas, cots, lanterns, matkas, cushions, wooden ladders, haystacks, tassels etc., made up for the decor, the impressive roof with cascading florals looked exceptional.

The Lemnos Club surely witnessed a classic punjabi sangeet ceremony with happy hearts, upbeat performances, and lots of colors.

Couple's Looks

The couple slipped into complementing hues of blue for the ceremony looking all peppy. Harustat looked absolutely bedazzling in a classic blue peplum sharara heavily laden with embroideries. Going all OTT, she further teamed it up huge waterfall earrings & a matching maang-tikka. She even went bold with her makeup and opted for a bold maroon lip and smokey eyes along with a fishtail braid.

Whereas, Rustam paired up his cream colored kurta and salwar set with an edgy bandi!

The Anand Karaj

Hosted at the Gurdwara Sahib Glenwood, Sydney, and later at the Curzon Hall, the Anand Karaj was as heavenly and surreal as it is always meant to be.

Harustat's Look

Harustat for the day slipped into a breathtaking ice blue Rimple & Harpreet Narula ensemble marked with heavy embroideries, multicolored appliques, sequins, and Swarovskis along with an orange dupatta.

Exquisite polki and sapphire jewels by Jagdish Jewellers further elevated her look by multifolds while dark smokey eyes and a pale lip completed her look flawlessly.

Rustam's Look

Looking absolutely royal in his Panjab Bespoke ensemble, Rustam surely grabbed all eyeballs much like his bride did. He wore an ivory self work flared kurta with a classic blue regally embroidered cape tied with a belt.

A beige and blue stole along with a burnt orange turban completed his look while a gorgeous pearl mala and polki-kundan necklace from Durga Das Seth Jewellers gave the finishing touches.

Bride & Groom Squads

Both the bride and the groom squads looked breathtaking in their matching ensembles.

While the groom squad wore turquoise bandhgalas with orange turbans, the girlies wore matching coral suits and even matched their bangles and jewellery.

Post Wedding Photoshoot

Framed by Paran Singh Photography, the Jodhaa Akbar inspired shoot was done at various scenic locations in Jaipur like Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, and Churu Desert.

The photos are a sheer delight to the eyes and oozing with love and happiness that knows no bounds.

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