The most charming talent of B-Town Neil Nitin Mukesh grandson of legendary singer Mukesh, have received mixed reviews from critics in his nine years journey in Bollywood and here he is all set to begin a new journey in his personal life. Yes the wedding bells have rang in his life. Neil Nitin Mukesh got engaged to his fiancé Rukmini Sahay in October, 2016, and their engagement was a much talked about affair.
It became the talk of the town for a number of reasons, the first one being that it is an arranged match. After almost four months of the engagement, the gorgeous couple is all set for their wedding festivities that will be held in Udaipur between February 7 and 9, 2017. There no doubt that it’s going to be a grand wedding and when you see the wedding card you will definitely agree with this. The wedding card’s pictures, radiates elegance and love. Neil wanted a card with a vintage touch, reflecting his family’s legacy.
The invitation card has butter paper leaves embossed with lyrics of Neil’s grandfather Mukesh’s evergreen songs. The invitation is really regal and exudes elegance and grace. The brown and golden-themed card has been sent to all close family and friends of the to-be-married couple. The cover of the box carrying the invitation has been designed beautifully, keeping the heritage of the Mukesh clan in mind. It has Neil and Rukmini’s name embossed on it, and their initials are tastefully placed in the centre with two majestic peacocks facing one another. The invite is such that will impress all his guests to a huge extent.
Here is what Neil Nitin Mukesh said the following about this gorgeous invitation card:
“We wanted the invite to be very personal and hence we decided to go with a compilation of memories. Everything starts and ends with Mukesh in our upbringing and the entire conceptualization for the invite came from my father and my mother. It is like a series of love ballads springing to life and I’ve already received so many calls from well-wishers telling me how much they have loved the thought behind the invite.”
The invite has been designed like a coffee table book in which each page reads out a different story about the couple. It is like a fairytale being narrated, with lyrics from Neil’s grandfather and famous musician Late Mukesh ji’s iconic songs printed before each new page of the card. Every invite has been sent out with a box of delicious chocolate-walnut brownies from ‘Country Of Origin’ and an embossed semi-precious coin.
You can now imagine how royal and grand its going to be. Without doubt we can say this is a fairytale dream wedding which everyone wish to have.