I’m so excited to have been given the opportunity to work with Nick & Azalea!! Their story is like no other!! He is a pilot and she is getting her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology & they both live in the outskirts of Chicago and have chosen to do a destination wedding & get married at the beautiful Emerald Grande in Destin, Florida on 10/20/18!! Their wedding has been so much fun planning and learning!! Azalea is Persian and Nick is American so they will have a dual wedding ceremony!! I have had the opportunity to learn so much about her culture and The Spread they do during the ceremony!! It blows my mind how creative Persians are when it comes to their weddings!! In my opinion, it makes the traditional American wedding boring!! I’m so honored that they trusted me be apart of this journey & to learn all of this with them. I CAN NOT WAIT to see it come together and witness it all!! You do NOT want to miss pictures and videos from this wedding so stay tuned!!! #jppevents#yess2jess#destinbeachwedding#destinationweddings#persianweddings#dualceremonywedding@akahvand90
Saying yes to the dress is one of the most important things a bride is faced with during wedding planning. Here are a few tips to help make this task a bit easy:
1. Know your body type and be confident in your own skin.
2. Have a clear vision of what you want to look like on your wedding day.
3. Invest in a bridal consultant/stylist if you need to.
4. Hire a wedding planner who is stylish and offers dress shopping in their collection.
5. Research designers that speak to your fashion sense.
6. Visit a wedding dress boutique that carries multiple brands.
7. Do not be stuck on a Pinterest image because you might find a dress that complements you better than Pinterest idea.
8. Don't be afraid to have a customized dress if you can't find what you like.
9. Start shopping early to avoid rush fees or buyers remorse.
10. Have fun dress shopping. 😉
Dress boutique: @soliloquybridal
Floral decor: @platinumweddinganddecor
Planning&creative direction: @mimiebichievents
High Cost of Weddings Deters Iranian Couples from Getting Married
By Roshanak Astaraki ((@roshanak.astaraki)).
The severe economic crisis that has engulfed the country for the past decade has widened the gap between the affluent and the disadvantaged classes. While a large segment of the Iranian population struggles to make ends meet, a select group of people continues to live privileged lives.
This economic inequity is apparent in every aspect of the daily life in Iran. For instance, many young couples are forced to postpone their marriage for months or even years due to the exorbitant cost involved in planning and organizing a wedding. Meanwhile, others from wealthy families spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on lavish wedding receptions.
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Our clients Raghsé Chaghoo (Knife Dance) When it comes time to cut the cake, guests take turns 'stealing' the knife that is set for cutting the cake. They take turns dancing with the knife and collecting 'ransom' from the couple. The knife is passed from woman to woman, each showing off her dancing skills, while the couple try to buy the knife x #itsgottobesweethollywood#luxuryweddingcakes