Jasminder Singh and Amrit Kaur host "Wedding of The Year" at Lake Geneva

Tuesday 12th September 2017 10:43 EDT

British billionaire Jasminder Singh hosted a lavish wedding of his youngest daughter Ushira to Siddharth Kapoor, in a four-day event which was just as luxurious as his distinguished chain of hotels. The destination wedding took place at the gorgeous Lake Geneva, in the Swiss Alps.

All events, including Mehendi, Anand Karaj Ceremony, Doli, and farewell, were held at the famous five star luxury hotel Fairmont Le Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva.

The whole affair was rife with fun, inclusive events. The Baaraat arrived on September 7, and a Mehendi ceremony was held in evening the same day, which went on till late in the night. The holy Sikh Anand Karaj ceremony was held on September 8, which was followed by a luncheon, and Doli at Wedding celebrations that can be described as nothing short of Asian Royalty, went on till the early hours of the night. All those who attended the wedding made the most of the festivities, taking in the picturesque surroundings of Switzerland, and giving their hearty blessings to the newly-wed couple.

A grand Gala Dinner reception was held for all on September 9, followed by a black tie dinner that went on until late. The world famous singer Beverley Knight who starred in "The Bodyguard" serenaded the 600 guests . The family gave a worthy farewell to all attendees, on with a Farewell brunch.

One guest commented “It was dubbed the Wedding of the Year  as guests from all over Britain and the world, gathered at Lake Geneva for Siddharth and Ushira's wedding. One of Britain's leading businessmen, Jasminder Singh and his wife Amrit spared no expense for the wedding of their youngest daughter. It seemed like the who's who of the community were present at the event". 

The wedding saw Siddharth and his pals perform a dance off number in competition with  his new bride, Ushira and her friends who was seen gushing with happiness. No wonder it has been dubbed as the Wedding of The Year. 

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