A Traditional South Asian Wedding in Laval

A traditional South Asian ceremony was the only option for Binish and Dinar’s two-day wedding. The duo said their segregated “I dos” in Binish’s parent’s house, and they were united moments later. “He walked into the living room, sat next to me on the couch, and the first thing he said to me was ‘hey wifey’–and I just burst into tears,” Binish laughs. Despite the 320 guests, the bride admits, “I can honestly say planning it wasn’t as hard as I imagined.” With a purple theme in mind, the couple created a colourful fete complete with Islamic customs, lavender accents and the full support of loving family members surrounding them every step of the way. “Our wedding reflected what is most important to us: family, friends and making good memories,” the newlyweds conclude.

Binish Khan and Dinar Ahmed, May 19-20, 2012, Laval, Quebec

Photography courtesy of Blueberry Studio (www.blueberry-studio.com)

Ceremony location: Private residence
Reception location:
Embassy Plaza
Afifa Hussaini in Karachi, Pakistan
Sherwani: Men of India
Bridal party attire:  Afifa Hussaini in Karachi, Pakistan
Hair: Jovanna Grigoropoulos from Mandyz Salon
Facades by Farhat
Music: Jannat Productionz
Cake: Dolci Piu
Caterer: Restaurant Tandoor Plus (514-332-2121)
Favours: Arftul Givings, Karachi, Pakistan (artfulgivings@gmail.com)
Flowers: Les Fleurs Dimitry
Stationery: Shabbir Chowdhury (514-963-3143)
Other: Henna by Shaista Jalal (514-265-5635)

See all of the photos from this traditional South Asian wedding in Laval, Quebec.


One comment on “A Traditional South Asian Wedding in Laval
  1. cool,purple bridesmaid dresses are stunning

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