The internet just can’t keep calm, as Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal’s wedding invitation popped up on the internet the day before their big marriage ceremony. The photo of her invitation card is going viral and was shared by a fan club of the actress. The wedding invitation card is made in a pastel pink shade with floral borders, the names Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal can be seen printed in gold on the card. The text on the couple’s names read: “Sham and Veena Kaushal request the pleasure of your company at the wedding ceremony of their beloved son Vicky with Katrina Kaif, daughter of Mohammed Kaif and Suzanne Turquotte.”
The date and location mentioned on the card are: December 9, Six Senses Fort Hotel, Rajasthan.
Earlier Tuesday, a welcome note given to guests attending the wedding festivities by Vicky and Katrina’s wedding planners Shaadi Squad appeared online.
On the card, guests are asked to leave their mobile phones in their respective rooms and refrain from posting photos or videos of the celebrations on social media. The note read: “You are finally here! We hope you enjoy the road trip from Jaipur to Ranthambore. Please enjoy the refreshments we have prepared as you travel through picturesque villages and roads. Sit back, relax and prepare for a Exciting and fun-filled adventure! We ask that you leave your mobile phones in their respective rooms and refrain from posting photos or using social media for any of the ceremonies and events. We look forward to seeing you. “
Meanwhile, the families of the future bride and groom landed in Jaipur on Monday night and headed directly to the wedding venue in a convoy of more than 15 cars.
Close friends and colleagues of the couple, including Kaif’s longtime collaborating filmmaker Kabir Khan, his actress wife Mini Mathur, “Dhoom 3” director Vijay Krishna Achara, and “Thugs of Hindostan,” the famous actor couple Neha. Dhupia and Angad Bedi. the wedding festivities on Tuesday morning.
B-town’s grand wedding has naturally sparked media interest, and various stories have been speculated about the elaborate three-day festivities, such as the Sufi theme for sangeet, the no-camera policy, guests must sign a confidentiality agreement or the couple selling their wedding photography rights for large amounts.