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Dia Mirza Spills Beans On How She Planned Sustainable Wedding

The beautiful and stunning Bollywood film star last seen in Anubhav Sinha's Thappad (2020), Dia Mirza spills beans on how she planned a sustainable wedding.

The gorgeous and stunning Bollywood star last seen in the award winning film Thappad (2020) who recently got married to Mumbai based businessman Vaibhav Rekhi back in February 2021, Dia Mirza spills beans on how she planned sustainable wedding.

Also, this is her second marriage as earlier she was married to ex-husband Sahil Sangha. Breaking all the clichéd stereotypes generally associated with nuptials, Dia Mirza spills beans on how she planned sustainable wedding.

In her latest interview with a leading digital global website, she opened up on the backstory of their wedding, wherein Dia Mirza spills beans on how she planned sustainable wedding.

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Dia planned a totally eco-friendly wedding and also ended up breaking the typical clichéd stereotype by opting for a female priest to carry out all her wedding ceremonies without any hitch instead of a male one who generally reads out and chants the mantras in weddings.

In the interview, she also spoke about how their wedding outfits are also something which can be worn again and also passed on as well. Where Dia wore a classic red colored saree, Vaibhav Rekhi looked dapper and handsome in a classic white colored kurta and pyjama. She also mentioned about how the last time she had to totally auction her wedding ensemble.

She also spilled the beans on how they both ensured zero wastage of food in their wedding as they had the good control on number of people coming and also had the count of exactly how many people ate vegetarian and how many people opted for non-vegetarian food and according to that, they meticulously planned out the food platter.

She also shared about how the wedding décor which looked really beautiful and picturesque was actually created out of wasted twigs and wood and instead of picking exotic wedding flowers from across the globe, both Dia and hubby Vaibhav chose to go for locally grown flowers. She also clearly mentioned about how she wanted an earthly wedding due to which the entire décor in her wedding was totally natural and lot of it was actually recyclable as well.

Another clichéd tradition broken in this wedding by Dia is that usually we see how there is a usage of plastic water bottles which in return causes lots of damage to our environment, but here Dia ensured that there was no usage for plastic water bottles and they opted for custom made glass water bottles and also their entire wedding event was completely sustainable.

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