Singers Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet, at last, got married in a traditional Anand Karaj ceremony today, October 24, in a gurdwara.

Neha glanced lovely in a peach lehenga with organza dupatta. Rohanpreet wore a coordinating kurta and turban, color-coordinated his outfit with the bride. The love birds kept their look very traditional.

Prior to the wedding, Neha likewise gave everyone a brief look at her mehendi ceremony held as part of pre-wedding celebrations. For the event, she wore a peacock green lehenga by Anita Dongre. The skirt with floral print coordinated well with a peacock green choli with a square neck and was collaborated with a printed dupatta of a similar colour. The bride-to-be kept her look traditional but then very classy.

Brandishing straightforward cosmetics and hair middle-parted into a bun, she finished the look with weighty choker neckband with emeralds and jewels, a maang tika, and earrings from Anita Dongre Pinkcity. Kakkar’s look was styled by Ruchi Kapoor while her cosmetics was finished by Vibha Gusain.

Groom-to be to-be Rohanpreet, then again, picked a bandhgala kurta of a lighter green shade with floral print in pink, and a black turban.

The couple additionally celebrated their haldi ceremony, pictures of which were posted by Kakkar.

For the event, the Dilbar singer wore a straightforward mustard saree by Shilpi Ahuja, collaborated with a blouse of a similar colour. The bride-to-be looked lovely with her hair tied in a messy bun, adorned with white flowers. She finished the look with a couple of huge jhumkas and wore straightforward makeup.

Rohanpreet glanced smart in a yellow kurta and white pyjama, matched with a white turban. What grabbed everyone’s eye was the weaved multi-colored took that he hung around the kurta, adding an edge to the outfit. He finished the look with a couple of shoes from Italian Shoes Company.

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