; The union of Ciuco and Luna of Scarlet Splendour tied the knot in Goa

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Wedding bells all around! The union of Ciuco and Luna, the beloved couple of Scarlet Splendour tied the knot in Goa

JAN 3, 2023 | By Tamanna Doctor
Ciuco (left) and Luna (right) looking dashing and celebrating their union; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour
Piyush Mehra and Priyanka P. Mehra from P S Design along with their family; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour
Matteo Cibic along with his creations Ciuco and Luna; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour
The bride and groom posing suave with their creator; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour
The couple celebrating with their Scarlet Splendour family; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour

The most eligible bachelor is off the market.  From the Scarlet Splendour family, Ciuco found Luna and tied the knot! Both pieces, Ciuco and Luna, designed by Matteo Cibic are made of brass with a resin coat and with a cabinet within.

With their name printed in over 200 magazines, Scarlet Splendour, a homegrown luxury interior brand co-founded by siblings Ashish Bajoria and Suman Kanodia has a global reputation for offering state of the art designs.

Ciuco and Luna ready to exchange vows; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour

The brand has an eclectic range of furniture lighting and accessories often inspired from European and Indian traditions. Since their debut at Milan Design Week in 2015, the Kolkata-based brand has become a global name with products sold from the USA and Europe through to the Middle East and Asia. 

Richard Hutten and Kunal Khandelwal having a blast at the wedding party; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour

With the design philosophy of ‘crafted with drama’, the brand also collaborates with several international designers like Karim Rashid, Matteo Cibic, Richard Hutten and others. 

“Functional art”, a collection designed by an exclusive selection of designers, represents each artist’s style in their own narrative where each piece has an individual identity and  character. 

Love is in the air with our gorgeous bride and groom; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour

2017 was the year Ciuco, the Italian starboy of Scarlet Splendour was brought into this world by designer Matteo Cibic, a mastermind in luxurious fun who redefines boundaries of form and function. One of the best sellers for Scarlet Splendour, Ciuco is a brass donkey head sitting atop a resin lined shirt. With knobs for buttons, he opens up and reveals a spacious cabinet within. Ciuco has enjoyed his share of fame, which includes being a showstopper at the Vogue Trunk Show 2019 in Kolkata.

Ashish Bajoria and Suman Kanodia, Co-founders of Scarlet Splendour; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour

Our dream boy met his match in an extremely theatrical way. We wouldn’t expect anything less from him! While travelling and exploring the streets of Goa, he came across Luna, and it was love at first sight—the air seemed sweeter and the world a better place. Luna too fell in love with Ciuco. Come on, who wouldn’t? 

Spending all their time together, Ciuco decided a beach proposal was the way to go! Signor Ciuco went down on one knee and asked “please be Mia Sposa” Luna said si! and they decided to get married in Goa itself. Along with his family at Scarlet Splendour, he decided to bring a celebrated fashion designer to design an exclusive dress for their beloved Luna. 

Ash Chandler officiating the wedding; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour

This wedding exceeded any party Gatsby may have thrown. The exclusive celebration included Scarlet Splendour’s friends and family from Kolkata. The birth giver himself, Matteo Cibic flew in from Italy to witness the ceremony.

The groom can’t see the bride before the wedding or it’s bad luck! ; Photo courtesy Scarlet Splendour

The wedding, being held in Vagator, a seaside town, made all of Luna’s bridal dreams come true. With the melody of crashing waves, surrounded by lush greenery and overlooking the sunset, Luna was welcomed to the family with open arms. 

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