This was Virushka's UNIQUE gift for the guests

New Delhi, Dec 16: Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli has already tied the knot with Anushka Sharma without letting the whole world getting a hint about it on December 11. Despite their wedding getting over, exciting details are still coming about the wedding. Virat and Anushka married in Tuscany in a hush-hush affair which was entirely a private affair attended only by family members. According to an estime, nearly 40 people had participated in the wedding. 

In an interview to the BBC, Devika Narain, the wedding planner of Virushka’s wedding, divulged some great details about the wedding of the year.

"Anushka and Virat are extremely spiritual people. I don't know how many people know this thing about them. She wanted everything to be about growth and prosperity and So the whole wedding was inspired by the idea of an overgrown garden. They are a big fan of rumi and his poetry. An anthrology of his poems was given as a take back present for all the guests," said Devika.

This is the gift: 

Amid huge speculations about the couple's wedding, Devika revealed how big task it was it for them to keep it a secret.

"It was so tough. I remember when we were planning the wedding and we knew who was getting married, we wouldn't even take their names. For the first time I met them, I couldn't say Anushka to her face and I kept calling her bride. She was like what was wrong with me. I told her we condition ourselves not to take your name because we have to keep it a secret," she added.

Speaking about the sort of a ceremony Anushka wanted, Devika revealed to the interviewer, “Anushka is a typical bride and I did not expect her to be one. She had reference photos and was invested in every decision. All of this was her idea and we just planned it all.”

The couple will first host a reception in New Delhi for relatives on December 21, followed by another celebration in Mumbai on December 26 to be attended by Bollywood stars and cricketers. They recently shared a honeymoon picture, which looked straight out of a YRF film.