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A couple exchanged vows at the first-a Bollywood-inspired wedding to be in Paris, and even shared their first dance, Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
Varun Bhanot, 29, Anisha, Seth, 29, tied the knot in a spectacular two-day bash, which looked just like a Bollywood movie — it is the exchange of vows in a midnight ceremony outside the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland Paris, and, later, another Hindu ceremony, the theme park’s lake.
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The Disney-mad couple even shared their first dance, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and Goofy were on hand, dancing to the music of bhangra in the extended event.
Varun Bhanot, 29, Anisha, Seth, 29, tied the knot in a spectacular two-day bash, which she hoped would have the feeling of “Bollywood-meets-Disney.”
Anisha, whose ” favorite Disney films “Cinderella” and “The Lion King”, and described as their ‘ happy ever after.” The bride wore three dresses, including a traditional white wedding dress, and in the course of the couple’s wedding throughout the weekend of Sept. 6 and 7.
“It was a great, but exhausting, and I know that our guests have a great time,” she said. “I think it’s definitely one of those things that you know has never been done before.”
She added that it was truly a “fairytale wedding,” he said, “a lot of people coin the phrase ‘happy ever after’, but I do think that, for us, it was on this occasion.”
The bride of the couple’s special day as their “happy-ever-after.”
The couple, who have a background in events and a good cause with each other for almost a year, in the process of planning the wedding.
“It was something we wanted to do something completely different,” said Varun. “It was really quite magical. The idea was to have ‘Bollywood-meets-Disney.'”
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After getting the idea in their lavish wedding, the couple, from London, travelled to Paris to explore on Valentine’s day in order to get an idea of what they wanted to be.
Varun suggested, last year, after beating Anisha off on a helicopter ride, and a shot of a crop circle in a field of wheat. The suspense, the groom-to-be, she asked jack to write the message and read it, “Anisha, marry me?” and it can be seen from the air at an altitude of 200 metres.
After getting the idea in their lavish wedding, the couple, from London, travelled to Paris to explore on Valentine’s day.
The wedding was held with an estimated cost of tens of thousands of dollars, but the couple, who are together for five years, and said that Disneyland Paris is micro-chipped in to fund the event.
“People just love the magic of the place,” said Anisha, who works as an accountant. “That’s when we went on the trip, it was nice to see that all the children will enjoy the Disney magic.
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And her husband said their families have been taken by surprise by the decision, but that was only after he explained to me that the destination weddings were becoming more and more popular.
“Paris is the city of love, who had played with the idea of it,” said Varun, an internet entrepreneur. “We have been Disney fans for many years, we have hosted major events. We thought We’d put our heads together and do something a little different.”
The home team, said their family did not understand the idea at first, but eventually warmed up to the idea of doing things a little bit differently.”
The wedding was held with an estimated cost of tens of thousands of dollars, but the couple, who are together for five years, and said that Disneyland Paris is micro-chipped in to fund the event. (Wedding packages in the resort, it will be advertised on the Disneyland Paris website, is 32,000 euros ($35,000) and 55,000 euros ($60,000).
The two-day event was concluded at 3 o’clock, after a “Moulin Rouge”-themed nightclub after-party.
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What will the cost be for the wedding, it was apparently well worth the cost. Varun, whose favorite Disney movie “The Jungle Book”, ” the wedding is not wrap up until late, or rather very early in the morning.
“We were in a nightclub and that was ‘Moulin Rouge’theme,” he said. “We both love to dance, and it is ready at 3 a.m.”