The big fat celebrity wedding of the season simply mesmerized the fans of star cricketer Yuvraj Singh and model-turned-actress Hazel Keech. The wedding functions started on November 29 with the mehendi ceremony and for this day, Hazel chose a pretty yellow colored outfit. Her look was complimented by a Mashrabiya mathapatti by Astha Jagwani. Yuvraj went ahead with a white and blue bandhgala kurta and churidar and teamed it up with a blue pullover.
Then, we got to see the lovely couple at their ring ceremony, which was held in Chandigarh. To mark this day, Yuvraj wore a black velvet achkan with a white churidar. Hazel wore a white lehenga having golden border and a jacket with heavy embroidery. But the jewelry, especially the neckpiece which was actually not even much visible due to the heavy work of the jacket, kind of disturbed her look.
The wedding ceremony took place on November 30 at Baba Ram Singh Ganduan Wale’s dera in Duffera. And we must say, the couple looked royal for their Sikh Wedding ceremony, for which both of them chose a classic marsala shade.
The outfits were chosen from the collection of master couturier JJ Valaya. Yuvraj looked like a king in that outfit, which was completed with a turban. Hazel had a dewy sheen on her face and the black smoky eyes did full justice to her wedding look.
The couple also had a wedding ceremony with Hindu rituals on a beach in Goa on 2nd December; for which Hazel went ahead with a red-and-gold Banarasi Sari, which was accessorized with a zardozi kamarbandh. Her jewelry was perfect for the perfect Indian bride look, and the highlights were the huge necklace and a traditional maatha-patti. Yuvraj wore a beige kurta-and-churidaar, topping it up with a red jacket and a stole.
Then, the couple threw a grand reception party in Goa. The celebrations were at their peak here and the newly wedded couple looked splendid. Yuvraj suited up in a light blue shade and Hazel came along with her husband in a white party gown.A grand reception will now be held on 7th December in Delhi.