Go Inside Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's Traditional Hindu Wedding Ceremony
The second celebration followed Saturday's Western service.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's wedding festivities didn't stop after their Western ceremony on Saturday. According to People, the newlyweds' three-day wedding weekend continued into Sunday with a traditional Hindu service, which took place at the lavish Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Rajasthan-the same venue as their first union. The second ceremony comes as no surprise, especially since the couple repeatedly expressed the importance of representing both of their cultures in the months leading up to their big day.
For Jonas and Chopra, honoring each other's cultures, belief systems, and families were major big-day priorities. "It is super important to Priyanka to have an Indian ceremony that honors her heritage and culture, just as it's important to also have a Western ceremony that honors Nick's Christian upbringing," a source recently told the outlet. "They are doing both." Both the bride and groom wore traditional attire: Chopra opted for a red sari, while Jonas dressed in a coat, pants, and turban ensemble.
Throughout their wedding week, the couple paid homage to Chopra's culture in many ways. On Wednesday, the duo hosted a puja ceremony, which spiritually celebrated their upcoming nuptials. After arriving in Jodhpur on Friday, the couple had elaborate henna designs applied to their hands in a Mehendi ceremony, which was followed by a Sangeet-an over-the-top party with performances.
The couple's celebration couldn't have been possible without their many famous guests. Kevin and Joe Jonas were both present, as were their significant others-Kevin's wife Danielle and Joe's fiancée, Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner. Other stars like 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer and actress Elizabeth Chambers Hammer also attended the lavish event. Noticeably absent from the celebration were Chopra's good friends Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who unfortunately could not make the trip to India.