Nick Jonas is in India right now with his fiancée, Priyanka Chopra, celebrating their engagement. Following yesterday’s romantic engagement ceremony, Chopra and Jonas partied the night away with their closest friends and family, and the photos will give you serious FOMO.
They’ve made it official — their engagement, that is! After weeks of speculation, Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra confirmed their engagement on Saturday, Aug. 18, after celebrating with friends and family in a traditional roka engagement ceremony in Mumbai. The photos of Jonas and Chopra’s engagement celebration are so sweet and stunning.The ceremony in Mumbai was also significant in that it was the first time that Jonas and Chopra’s families met one another, according to reports by many media outlets, and the happy couple celebrated the milestone with an adorable photo of their new, blended family.
According to the Mumbai Times, the newly-engaged couple held their party at Chopra’s home in Mumbai, which was decked out in lights and floral decorations, including a large wall covered in greenery that bore the couple’s initials, which made the perfect backdrop for all of their photos. Chopra, wearing a bright yellow anarkali, and Jonas, in all white, had their upcoming union blessed in front of their families in a traditional ceremony.
Taking to his Instagram Stories last night, Jonas looked completely elated to be celebrating his engagement, alongside his fiancée who couldn’t stop dancing.Smiling throughout the video clip, Jonas and his guests are all buzzed to be celebrating at the couple’s official engagement party:
On Friday, Jonas’ parents were spotted toting a large Tiffany bag through Mumbai, ostensibly to make a good impression on Chopra’s family, whom Jonas met a few months ago during his first visit to India. On Saturday, Chopra posted a burst of photos of the whole group together, dressed traditionally, gathered for a roka ceremony that officially confirms their engagement.
“The only way to do this. . .with Family and God. Thank you all for your wishes and blessings,” Chopra wrote.