Ranveer Singh's Mumbai home decked with flowers to welcome new bride Deepika Padukone

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Nov 16: Ranveer SIngh and Deepika Padukone are now man and wife. The fans were happy to see the first pic of the newly weds...finally. Now the second round of celebrations are set to begin in Mumbai and Bangalore.

After the dream wedding in Italy, the couple will now head homewards where two grand receptions will take place so that the friends who are longing to wish the newly weds. It needs to be mentioned that very few close friends and relatives were invited to the marriage ceremony. In total there were 40 guests.With Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh completing their two-day nuptials in picturesque Lake Como in Italy, Ranveer's Mumbai residence has been decked up with lights and flowers to welcome the newlyweds.While the entrance of the house was covered in a string of golden lights, branches of trees in the area were also seen lit up to celebrate the occasion.

The power couple tied the knot in a traditional Konkani ceremony on November 14, while a Sindhi wedding was organised on November 15, both of which were attended by close-knit relatives of the two actors.The couple had announced their wedding dates on October 21 on social media after dating for over 6 years.The couple, who is expected to return to India later this week, will reportedly host two grand receptions for their relatives and friends -- one in Bengaluru and the other in Mumbai.

 Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone and now man and wife as the marriage was concluded in front of 40 premier guests in Italy’s Lake Como in a Konkani style. They will marry again today as per Sindhi rituals which is known as Anand Karaj. The couple appeared to be enjoying every moment of these elaborate ritualsThe first part of marriage ceremonies are over and the fans are eagerly waiting for the second part as, suggest sources, after that the newly-weds will post their picture.The lovey-dovey couple has tied the knot in a traditional Konkani ceremony yesterday, and today the couple will marry again in a Sindhi style. Only the immediate family members of the couple are present in the ceremony.