Nick Jonas reportedly flew in chefs to prepare the 18-foot wedding cake for his and Priyanka Chopra's wedding. The extravagant cake has at least six layers, and the couple cut it with a knife that the internet is saying looks more like a sword.
In several exclusive pictures from Priyanka and Nick's Jodhpur wedding celebrations, one of which showed the cake. As per reports, Nick flew in chefs from Kuwait and Dubai to prepare the cake. Filmfare reports that the chefs visited several Indian restaurants to curate the menu, which also included Rajasthani dishes.
The cake was cut after the couple exchanged vows at their first wedding ceremony, held in accordance with Christian traditions. They had a second ceremony, in accordance with Hindu traditions, a day later. A three-minute fireworks show took place while they cut the cake, after which they had their first dance, to Roberta Flack's First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.
Glimpses from the ceremonies have been shared online. "Every girl dreams of being a princess on her wedding day," Priyanka said in the magazine's cover story. "But I never had a plan about what I wanted it to be."
Like her 75-foot veil, the wedding cake, too, has inspired jokes online. One person on Twitter wondered if it was available to rent on Airbnb. One person asked the couple for a slice because obviously there was some left over. The couple hosted a reception party in New Delhi on Tuesday, which was attended by PM Narendra Modi and their families.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick were married in accordance with Christian traditions on Saturday, in an exceeding ceremony officiated by Nick's father, Paul Kevin Jonas Sr. As per the reports that the ceremony began at 4:30 pm and was followed by a cake cutting. Priyanka and Nick were wearing Ralph Lauren ensembles, as were their bridesmaids and groomsmen. The designer label took to Instagram to become the primary to congratulate the couple up their wedding.
Their traditional first dance was on Roberta Flack's The First Time I Saw Your Face, following which they left the venue in a classic red car, owned by the hotel. A fireworks display was organized, followed by a multi-cuisine dinner.
A second marriage, this time in accordance with Hindu traditions, was endured Sunday at the same venue. However, before that, a conventional 'choora' and 'haldi' ceremony was command at around 12:30 pm, according to the report. Women wore bracelets adorned with the initials 'NP' whereas the lads wore broaches.
Nick arrived on a 'ghodi' and with a full 'baaraat'. The two-hour wedding ceremony was followed by lunch. An after-party that went on till the early hours of the next day was organized.