Also present at the launch of book, which includes Kapoor's exclusive interview on her ideal wedding, was publisher Atul Pandey and editors Iram Mirza and Jotica Sehgal. The book handpicks the nuptial jewels from the archives of iconic wedding experts around the world and chronicles their expert tips. The book covers various facets including couture, food, entertainment, jewellery and many others. It takes a peek into the traditional and contemporary sartorial stylizations of maverick Indian couturiers and culminates by listing out the luxury wedding specialists in the country and from around the world in its last segment.
Speaking at the launch, Pandey, Publisher of the book, said: "The Great Indian Wedding Book aims to morph into a holy grail for soon to be brides. A never before concept, this book encapsulates the soul of this epic celebration. Poised between the timeless traditional and lure of luxury, the traditional Indian wedding has carved its own niche. The wedding experts from around the globe contribute their unique ideas to stitch a fairytale wedding. With its old worldly ornate look, The Great Indian Wedding Book offers an exhaustive guide to the readers, as they embark on the journey to weave a grand nuptial spectacle."
Mirza and Sehgal, Editors of the book, added: "The Great Indian Wedding Book is a saga of nuptial grandeur with its poetic charm intact. While the first segment 'The Wedding Wishlist' chronicles the excerpts of some of the most luxurious weddings around the world, woven by the ace wedding experts the second segment, 'The Wedding Ideas' has ace industry experts like mavericks couteriers, master chefs, fabled jewellery makers, contributing unique ideas for a grand wedding. The book also features an exhausting guide of the ace wedding makers in the 'The Wedding Resources' segment and ‘The Wedding Pallete' that offers the new bridal styles and decor palette for a luxurious wedding affair."