According to Vogue, first came a Christian wedding for the couple officiated by Jonas' father, for which Chopra wore a stunning gown by Ralph Lauren.
The outlet reports that a traditional Indian wedding ceremony will occur on Sunday, following several other traditional pre-wedding events, like a puja ceremony, which took place at Chopra's mother's home earlier in the week. Next came a sangeet, including dances performed by relatives and friends, a mehndi ceremony, in which the actress had traditional henna tattoos applied to her palms and arms, as well as a haldi ceremony, to ward off evil and bless the couple.
The couple got their marriage license in early November, with a source telling ET that they were "ready to be husband and wife." Jonas and Chopra got engaged in July after just two months of dating.
ET caught up with Chopra in October, where she dished on the style she was aiming for when it came to her wedding dress.
"I always believed that anything and everything that I wear, I have to be comfortable and cute," Chopra explained. "So it's going to be cute and comfortable."
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“This is such a wonderful new step in my life and I’m still getting used to it, because it’s obviously been a whirlwind. I haven’t seen myself happier,” she gushed. “Just being in the whole situation of finding somebody who can be a partner to you in so many more ways than one is amazing, so yes, I’m very excited.”
In early November, Chopra celebrated her bachelorette party with friends in Amsterdam. Meanwhile, a source told ET at the time that while the couple had originally planned to tie the knot next year, they were speeding up their timeline.
“Since day one, Priyanka and Nick have clicked and have never taken their relationship slow. The couple got engaged two months after dating, they've met each other’s families and had a bridal shower and bachelorette party in a very short period of time," the source noted. “For Priyanka and Nick, they know that they love one another and are going to be married, so they don't see the appeal in waiting too long."