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Nick Jonas & Priyanka Chopra’s Dream Weddings!

CELEBRATING THEIR CULTURES, THE COUPLE CREATED A SPECTACULAR WEEKEND THAT WAS NOTHING SHORT OF A FAIRY TALE

A Tale of Two Ceremonies “I think the surprise for me was seeing how similar the religions [Christianity and Hindu] actually are,” says Jonas (on Dec. 1 and, inset, Dec. 2).

When singer-actor Nick Jonas and Indian megastar Priyanka Chopra got engaged this past summer, there was little doubt their union would have to be a unique meld of their families, religions and cultures. Beyond that, the bride-to-be wasn’t quite sure where to start. “Every girl dreams of being a princess on her wedding day,” says Chopra, 36. “But I never had a plan about what I wanted it to be.” Jonas, 26, suggested they dream big—with not one but two ceremonies showcasing their different backgrounds. “It melted my heart,” says the Quantico actress, her voice raspy after five days of celebrating. “Being able to have two big weddings, in India, with our closest family and friends was unbelievably special.”

A Perfect Day “I could not have planned for how the birds flew when the music started or what he looked like with the sun behind him,” says Chopra of their Western ceremony.

The Western Wedding DEC. 1, 2018 Laughs & Tears “Emotions were running high,” says Jonas, who was joined by 12 bridesmaids and 12 groomsmen as well as four flower girls and a ring bearer (all wearing

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