The couple has obviously spared no expense, and now the palace where they will exchange nuptials has been lit up with friggin’ laser beams ahead of their big day.
Soon guests, including family and famous friends, will occupy Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, India to watch Nick and Priyanka exchange vows. With a price tag of $60k per night with 347 rooms, several courtyards, a ballroom, a library, and a museum, the venue is the longest standing palace in India.
Wedding festivities began earlier this week with Nick and Priyanka with a Puja ceremony, one of the most important ceremonies in Indian culture.
Nick’s family, including his parents, brothers and their significant others, as well as aunts and uncles have all landed in Jodhpur to watch the couple say “I do” this weekend.