Take a look at these invisible photos of Jasprit Bumrah-Sanjana Ganesan’s sangeet and welcome lunch

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Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah married presenter Sanjana Ganesan in a private ceremony in Goa on March 15. Soon, photos from their wedding festivities were shared on social media. After their wedding photos haldi and mehendi days went viral, photos of their welcome lunch and sangeet are here.

For the welcome lunch, the quick bowler wore a bespoke kurta from designer Kunal Rawal. The kurta was embroidered with metallic threads and paired with slim pants. Sanjana, on the other hand, was seen in a mint-colored ensemble – an intricately designed kurta paired with matching straight-leg pants and a sheer dupatta.

The couple posed happily for the bedbugs. (Source: public relations documents)

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Her look was accessorized with gorgeous earrings from Mahesh Notandass, as she complemented it with side parted hair and matching juttis.

She looked striking overall. (Source: public relations documents)

For sangeet, the two opted for brighter colors. Jasprit was seen in a navy blue sherwani, also by Kunal Rawal, which featured black embroidery and metal detailing. Sanjana looked lovely in an Anita Dongre purple lehenga which was distinguished by the beautiful hand embroidery gotta patti. The look was accessorized with stunning designer jewelry.

We loved their look, what about you? (Source: PR Handouts)

For haldi, the couple kept the color of the ceremony. Jasprit was seen in an Antar Agni kurta ensemble as Sanjana opted for a yellow jamdani saree from Anavila. Her sari, according to the designer’s website, is priced at ₹ 64,000.

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The couple were lovely together. (Source: Document PR)
They happily posed for the bedbugs. (Source: Document PR)

For mehendi, they both opted for the Anita Dongre sets. Sanjana was seen in a hand painted lehenga featuring traditional Pichwai art – inspired by mystical Indian forests – with gota patti hand embroidery. Jasprit looked sharp in an off-shite sherwani that featured similar patterns.

Photos of their mehendi ceremony are out. (Source: PR document)

What do you think of their appearance?

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