After much anticipation and speculation, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas officially tied the knot in a lavish wedding this past weekend in India. Over the past few days, Chopra and Jonas have been graciously peppering our social media feeds with glossy photos and videos from their pre-wedding events. Today, they shared the first look at their two actual wedding ceremonies Saturday and Sunday, including a video of Chopra's arrival at the first ceremony, their Christian one. The video features a bird's eye view of her "fairytale" Ralph Lauren wedding dress and her 75-foot veil (!).
"Once upon a fairytale," Chopra captioned the video. In it, Chopra is accompanied by her mother, as the two walk hand-in-hand towards the white runway at the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur. The Quantico actress wore a custom sheer and lace gown with beads and Swarovski crystals, which took about 1,826 hours to create, Hello!.
But the most stunning detail of the outfit was Chopra's 75-foot-long wedding veil, which was much longer than even her good friend Meghan Markle's at the royal wedding this May. Chopra's veil required assistance from five people to bring to the altar where Jonas was awaiting her.
Jonas, meanwhile, wore a custom Ralph Lauren double-breasted tuxedo with a personalized message from his bride: "My Jaan" which means "My Fashion."
"I love that our wedding is a religious mash up," the bride told Hello!. "We are taking beautiful traditions that we both grew up with and we are personalizing them in a way that makes sense for us." Chopra also added that the joint ceremonies have helped them "find the commonalities between our beliefs" and taught them "how to blend them in a respectful and meaningful way."
Part of the wedding festivities included a traditional America's Got Talent-esque musical event called a Sangeet, where bride and groom's families put together a performance. Chopra and Jonas shared a snippet of the Sangeet on Instagram, which saw the couple dancing and laughing with their loved ones in traditional Indian garments.