On Sunday, Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra — who were married Saturday in a Christian service in India — exchanged vows again, this time in a lavish Sanjeet ceremony with the theme "Jodhpur Fairytale."
"Conceptualized, visualized and designed" by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla of the celebrated Indian design firm Khosla Jani, the ceremony boasted countless "fairy lights" and mirror installations in the very same venue as Saturday's service, the Umaid Bhavan grounds.
Chopra's gown — fully hand-embroidered — was a sequined, gold-and-silver sari, while Nick looked regal in a midnight-blue sherwani with silk details, both by Khosla Jani.
The luminous occasion was marked by the joyful dancing of hundreds of their family and friends.
The two began a Twitter friendship in 2016, started dating in 2017, became engaged this spring and are now — thanks to Nick's prominence as a singer and actor and Priyanka's status as one of the biggest Indian movie stars of the past 20 years as well as a major U.S. acting draw — among the most famous couples in the world.