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Chicago, IL Pakistani Wedding by Maha Studios

All of the exquisite details of Nisa and Nabeel’s Pakistani wedding are captured so whimsically by Maha Studios that even we are sad to see such an exhilarating celebration come to an end. The series of events were planned and organized by Regine Danielle Events at the Meridian Banquets with each magic capture just as beautiful as the next. Nisa was a walking wonder after being dolled up by Saleha Abassi. The spacious quarters of the venue had an ultra sophisticated vibe that exuded elegance and class decorated by Amer Design Studios. There was not a dry eye in sight as the bride made her grand entrance and throughout the auspicious ceremony. The stunning images in the gallery captured with glitz and glam in mind by Maha Studios will have you reaching for a tissue.

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We have another gorgeous wedding waiting for you tomorrow. Same time, same place, Maharanis!

 

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Photography: Maha Studios | Baraat: Maharaja Farms | Cakes & Treats: Meridian Banquets | Dj & Entertainment: DJ Sahil | Floral & Décor: Amer Design Studios | Hair & Makeup: Saleha Abassi | Planning & Design: Regine Danielle Events | Venue: Meridian Banquets |


Chicago, IL Pakistani Wedding by Maha Studios

There are so many sensational details to explore in Maharani Nisa’s wedding that I just had to start today’s Platinum Guide feature with some gorgeous portrait shots captured by Maha Studios. From the bride’s custom wedding lengha flowing with luxurious ornaments down to her feet, is one of a kind. The bride and groom shared some intimate moments with their photographer snapping away while roaming the lush greenery of Chicago. I love outdoor shots because with all the color and twinkle of Indian outfits, you get some stellar shots like the ones in our gallery! Head there now for a sneak peek of things to come!

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We have the wedding ceremony details coming right up! See you in a bit.

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Photography: Maha Studios | Baraat: Maharaja Farms | Cakes & Treats: Meridian Banquets | Dj & Entertainment: DJ Sahil | Floral & Décor: Amer Design Studios | Hair & Makeup: Saleha Abassi | Planning & Design: Regine Danielle Events | Venue: Meridian Banquets |


Chicago, IL Pakistani Wedding by Maha Studios

We’re awestruck by the transformation from Mehwash and Sohail’s rainbow hued sangeet to their golden ceremony at Venuti's Banquets and reception at The Empress Banquets. Amer Design Studio showed their artistic mastery with their decor of the venue that resembled a gold gilded palace. The couple oozed sophistication in their ceremony looks. Mehwash was picture perfect once again in a royal red gown by Rimjhim and queenlike hair and makeup created by Mehwish Khalid. The Baking Institute created a majestic, five tiered cake that perfectly fit the decor and colors of the event. We also heard amazing things about the meal catered by ANMOL and the music performed by DJ Alladin. It sounds like Mehwash and Sohail’s wedding was perfect from beginning to end! We also loved that Maharani Mehwash created the wedding favors. Such a thoughtful touch! Personalized gifts are always the most memorable to guests, and we're sure the favors created by Mehwash were so appreciated by all! Maha Studios captured stunning photos of the newlyweds, and you can peruse all the gorgeousness in the full gallery below!

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Hope you all have a fantastic weekend!

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Cakes & Treats: The Baking Institute | Photography: Maha Studios | Sangeet Venue: Pearl Banquets | Ceremony Venue: Venuti's Banquets | Reception Venue: The Empress Banquets | Floral & Decor: Amer Design Studio | Hair & Makeup: Mehwish Khalid | Catering: ANMOL | DJ: DJ Alladin | Bridal Fashions: Rimjhim | Favors: Made by Bride |


Chicago, IL Pakistani Wedding by Maha Studios

Lately, we’ve noticed that the most beautiful weddings have been coming from the Windy City, and this one is no exception! Mehwash & Sohail’s sugar-coated festivities at Pearl Banquets were a colorful feast for the eyes! From the very first photos of the sangeet, we knew this wedding would be filled with vibrancy and style! Maharani Mehwash was dressed in a confectioner’s dream, in candy floss pink, lemon drop yellow, and a bubbly green, with matching jewelry. And we loved the delicate sunset-hued florals adorning her plait, created by Mehwish Khalid. Maharaja Sohail was the perfect counterpart to his Maharani in green and purple, and the beautiful couple were positively bursting with pizzazz in all the photos by Maha Studios. There were so many sweet details in this couple’s wedding, such as the sunset-hued staging by Amer Design Studio and royal cake by The Baking Institute. We’ll share even more details about the couple’s ceremony at Venuti's Banquets and reception at Empress Banquets later today - Trust us, you won’t want to miss out on these events! While you wait, you can check out the full gallery with all their stunning photos!

We'll be right back with more gorgeousness from Mehwash & Sohail's wedding!

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Cakes & Treats: The Baking Institute | Photography: Maha Studios | Sangeet Venue: Pearl Banquets | Ceremony Venue: Venuti's Banquets | Reception Venue: The Empress Banquets | Floral & Decor: Amer Design Studio | Hair & Makeup: Mehwish Khalid | Catering: ANMOL | DJ: DJ Alladin | Bridal Fashions: Rimjhim | Favors: Made by Bride |


Dallas, TX Pakistani Wedding by The Propixels

Beenish and Usman’s Pakistani ceremony set-up at The Westin at DFW was chock full of bridal inspiration. We are big fans of mixing nature with glamorous elements, and this couple did an excellent job combining these two concepts for their Nikah and reception. The glittering gold draping and hundreds of flickering candles against a rustic, fern-inspired backdrop was a gorgeous contrast. Weddings by Farah did a fabulous job with creating the whimsical decor, and Jasmine Dew Flowers created beautiful garlands for the couple and family members. The Nikah was an emotional affair, and featured incredible speeches from loved ones that deeply moved Beenish and Usman. Beenish was decked out in a beautiful pink ghararah, with amazing jade-green detailed jewelry, and picture-perfect hair and makeup by Ghalia A. The newlyweds cut a beautiful white and gold cake by Delicious Cakes to celebrate their union while the guests looked on with happiness. The next day, the couple returned for their Walima, to host their first dinner together as husband and wife. Again, Ghalia A created a stunning reception look for Beenish, featuring metallic makeup shades and a side braid encrusted with pearls. Guests had a fantastic time with entertainment by DJ Manish and taking home wedding favor cookies which were pink, gold, and green like Beenish’s wedding dress. Check out the full gallery below for more photos of the festivities taken by The Propixels, and scroll down to read more details from Beenish herself!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

Mine is an arranged marriage. I met my husband's family through family friends. Once we were introduced we got to learn a lot about each other, our likes and dislikes and our common interests. I would say I found out pretty quickly he was the one. He is very sweet, intelligent, humble and caring. I was able to check off a lot of things on my list for a suitable spouse after speaking to him a few times!

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.

Having planned my brother's wedding a few years ago, I already knew some of the vendors I wanted to work with such as the wedding decorator and DJ. Fortunately, my sister-in-law is Ghalia Alim, the amazing & talented hair and make-up artist, so there was no doubt in my mind about picking a make-up artist, she was the obvious choice! A lot of credit goes to my sister-in-law, Ghalia and my brother, Shahzad as they both helped me tremendously with picking out vendors and venues.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

I always wanted to wear a traditional Ghararah for my wedding so that was an easy decision. I also knew I didn't want to go for the traditional red color - I still wanted it traditional but with a little bit of my personality. I decided to go for a deep pink color for my Ghararah. Anyone that knows me will tell you that pink is my color. I browsed the internet for some inspiration and designs and found something I loved. My mom handled the rest. She flew to Karachi, Pakistan to visit the bridal boutique that has designed wedding dresses for most of the women in my family. The designers and embroidery artisans took my vision and ran with it - I ended up with what I wanted and so much more!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

The most enjoyable part for me was planning the wedding outfits and jewelry. I wanted to create a traditional look for myself for all 3 days of my wedding - it took a lot of planning and effort but it was my favorite part!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

My guests loved my bridal dresses, the ceremonies on all three days and my wedding favors. It would be unfair not to mention the incredible catering that brought the traditional flavors of our home country.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

The speeches - some of my family members and guests said a few words for me and my husband and it was very touching. It felt really special and I was humbled by all the kind words, wishes and prayers.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Relax - I know it's easier said than done but it all does fall into place in the end. Looking back, I wish I didn't stress out as much as I did. Also, enjoy your moment - really live in the moment and take in all the joy and love.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)

I had cookies for my wedding favors - the cookies were in the shape of my wedding cake and in the color of my wedding dress: Pink, gold, and light green.

We'll see you tomorrow Maharanis!

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Hair & Makeup: Ghalia A Hair & Makeup Artist | Floral & Decor: Weddings by Farah | Photography: The Propixels | Cakes & Treats: Delicious Cakes | Sangeet Venue: Spicy Cuisine | Ceremony Venue: The Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport | Reception Venue: The Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport | Flowers/garlands: Jasmine Dew Flowers | DJ: Dj Manish | Cinematography: Videospots |


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