Nick Jonas & Priyanka Chopra Host Another Wedding Celebration — This Time in His Dad's Hometown
The newly married couple toasted their nuptials at a party in North Carolina on Sunday. Jonas, 26, and Chopra, 36, celebrated among friends and family in the town of Belmont, where the singer’s father, Kevin Jonas, Sr., grew up and the family owns a restaurant, Nellie’s Southern Kitchen.
The couple made their grand entrance into the venue holding hands, with Chopra beaming in a white strapless dress with appliqué detail and Jonas going casual in a green shirt and dark pants, social media posts reveal.
Chopra and Jonas’ signature “NP” logo design, which connects the sides of their first initials, was incorporated into cocktail napkins and a sign outside the party that read “Congratulations Nick and Priyanka.”
As for the entertainment, Joe Jonas, 29, rocked out onstage, performing his band DNCE’s hit “Cake by the Ocean” as Chopra and Nick danced among the crowd of guests.
The celebration comes nearly two months after Jonas and Chopra officially became man and wife. On Dec. 1, the couple held a Western wedding at the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, and the next day, they wed again in an Indian ceremony at the palace.
Before the wedding, the duo held a colorful Mehendi ceremony, where they both had elaborate henna designs applied to their hands, and celebrated with a Sangeet, an over-the-top party with performances in honor of the couple.
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After the two ceremonies, they celebrated with their first reception in Delhi, where Chopra wore a traditional long, embroidered skirt with a matching long-sleeved cropped blouse — draped with a dupatta shawl.
They later returned to Mumbai for a second reception thrown by Chopra’s mother, Madhu Chopra.
“I love that our wedding was a religious mash-up,” Chopra told PEOPLE exclusively. “We took beautiful traditions that we both grew up with and personalized them in a way that made sense for us. It’s been incredible to find the commonalities between our beliefs and figuring out how to blend them in a respectful and meaningful way.”