So here's another one of this summer's sofrehs. We tend to have a lot of bi-cultural weddings; where either the bride or the groom isn't Persian. These tend to be a lot of fun for us because the non-Persian side is always fascinated with the Sofreh Aghd and it's symbolism.
For this particular wedding, we had the pleasure of working with Sarah. Sarah, an American bride marrying a Persian, was in every way the ideal client and we loved working with her! Sarah wanted a gold tone Sofreh and her flowers were coral to match the bridesmaids dresses. This wedding took place over memorial weekend at the Alexandria Hilton. Congrats Sarah & Kamran!
Florist- Bloom Fresh flowers
Videography- Buerhaus Design
Photography- Anne Lord
Here's a VIDEO highlight of their wedding.
Monday, July 11, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
As promised, we are so excited to share with you Kimya and Brian's professional wedding photos. Anne and Bill of Holland Photo Arts are a husband and wife photography team whose talent is extraordinary. Their name is so befitting as every photograph they snap is not just an image but art. Anyway, we'll let the pictures speak for themselves.
and the details... (we LOVE details!)
finally, how could we end this post without showing off some of the hard work and talent of EVOKE at the rest of the wedding?!
Event planner: Jodi Moraru of Evoke DC
Venue & Catering: Omni Shoreham
Photography: Holland Photo Arts
Photo Booth: SnapHappy Studio by Holland Photo Arts
Florist: Philippa Tarrant
Make-up Artist: Nour Kazoun
Hair styling: Remona Soleimani
Video: Suburban Video
Lighting: Atmosphere Lighting
Gown: Judd Waddell
Cake: Maggie Austin
Groom’s Cake & Cupcakes: Fancy Cakes by Leslie
Reception music: Source band