Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini's wedding dress out!

Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini Sahay in no time will be tied in a holy matrimony and before that take a look at the attire that the two love-birds would be wearing on their special day

Neil Nitin Mukesh, Rukmini Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini's wedding dress out! Source : Press

Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini Sahay is ready to get hitched in Udaipur in just a days time. The arrange marriage which soon turned to love is now all set to get in the holy knot. All the details for his traditional wear are out!

For engagement day Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini Sahay wore a pink bandh-gala designed by Aditya Kilachand and his soon to be beau, Rukhmini wore A traditional lehenga, dupatta, and blouse that delves into the roots of Rajasthani designed by incorporating intricate gota work into the outfit. The Pista green outfit with gota patti has been embroidered with striking multicolor threads in zardozi. The French knot lace which adds an element of sophistication overall. The wedding will be taking place at the Udaipur Radisson Blu, which will be the only family-only affair with close to 500 guests expected. There will be a separate reception for the people in Mumbai on 17th of this month in Mumbai’s JW Marriott which is expected to be a bigger affair with several Bollywood celebrities in attendance. For Mehendi and Sangeet, Neil wore Krishna Mehta for the Mehendi and Narendra Kumar Ahmed for the sangeet. His to-be-wife, Rukmini wore Nishi Nitin Mukesh, Neil’s sister’s design for the Mehendi and Krishna Mehta for the sangeet. 

Now for their big day, the two will be enjoying their Haldi ceremony wearing near the poolside wearing Neerus.But when it comes to their wedding outfit, Neil will be seen in a traditional rajwaad look which is a combination of pure fabrics and finest handwork by Rajasthani craftsmen with authentic work full of aari and pure zaari paired with kardana, resham and much more.

In the case of the bride’s look, Rukhmini’s outfit is made with pure silk fabric with traditional hand thread work and with multiple sequences done with stones, resham, and sadhi which is subtle and classy at the same time.