Popular Fashion Designer To Design Wedding Attires For Prince Narula And Yuvika Chaudhary

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Prince Narula and Yuvika Chaudhary’s wedding is just a month away and the wedding preparations are in full swing in both the families. The wedding is all set to take place in Mumbai’s plush hotel Sun N Sand on 12th October and it will be a three-day affair with functions like Mehendi, Sangeet and Cocktail. The couple will also be hosting a grand wedding reception in Chandigarh which is Prince Narula’s hometown for the extended family and friends.

And now after knowing all the interesting wedding details about Narula and Yuvika’s wedding. Here’s another interesting update about the man and wife-to-be’s wedding outfits which will be exclusively designed by Bollywood ace fashion designer Neeta Lulla. The diva had earlier designed comedienne Bharti Singh’s wedding outfits. While Prince and Yuvika will wear Neeta’s outfits for their wedding and Kalki Fashion’s outfits for the rest of their functions.

We are sure the couple will look delighting in the beautiful wedding outfits.

The bride-to-be Yuvika is supervising every detail personally as Prince is busy shooting for Naagin 3. As per reports, the couple won’t be heading for their honeymoon soon after marriage due to their work commitments. The couple will head to an exotic location later.

Talking about their marriage plans, Prince had earlier quoted, “We will be getting married in October or November, this year. It will be a big fat Punjabi wedding. Destination is not yet decided but before this year ends, she will be my wife.”

While Yuvika had said, “It will be a grand wedding. Prince jo one sided pyaar itne zor shor se karta hai, toh imagine how much will he put in for his wedding.”

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In her recent interview, the soon-to-be bride spoke about why she took so long to accept Prince’s proposal. “Good na?  (laughs). Being a girl I think I wanted to be sure if it is for a lifetime. And I wanted me to know him better. I didn’t want things to go wrong. Like in jaldi jaldi mein you get married and then later you realize, ‘Oh Shit, I have not seen this side of his personality’!”

Published by Harmisha Chouhan on 13 Sep 2018

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