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Chicago, IL - TX Muslim Wedding by Mir Anwar Studios

Welcome back, loves! After witnessing both Mehndi and Muslim celebrations and all of their glam and elegance, it is now time for the long-awaited main ceremony and the reception afterward, held at the Omni Downtown Dallas, which was fabulously decorated by Wedding Decor By Faiza. Maharani Shaleen's gorgeous violet lengha is without a doubt one of my all time favorites. Its exquisiteness and style are just too much! A middle eastern princess indeed! Also, we can't forget about the person who swept our bride of her feet. Raja Sabih was looking totally sharp, rocking a satin black sherwani with details in gold and wine that was a total knockout. Seriously, this couple truly made their vision come true and we are loving every aspect of it. Noblesse at its finest! The union was held at the exclusive Bolingbrook Golf Club, skillfully decorated by the striking floral arrangements and taste of none other than Yanni Design Studio. We are madly loving this feature, Maharanis, we are sure you are just going to love it as well, so, enough with words and let's get with the pictures thanks to Mir Anwar Studios and their talent. Click down below for part two of our gallery and relive one more time what went on for Shaleen & Sabih's espousal bash. 

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Some background to this story is that I love to read. A few months prior to proposing, I was at Target running errands and ended up in the book section unable to make up my mind as to which book I should buy. Sabih called me just to see what I was up to and I told him my dilemma that there so many books I wanted to read but couldn't pick just one. He asked me the names of the books on my must-read list. I told him and eventually left Target thinking I'd buy the books later. Fast forward to July 2017. I went to Dallas to celebrate Sabih's birthday with him (we were long distance) and he took me to the botanical gardens the day before his birthday. We walk down to a portion of the gardens with a bench on the bench are a stack of the same books that I mentioned I wanted a few months back. Along with those books is another really beautiful book. Sabih asks me to sit down, tells me he's going to read me a story. He opens the book and each page tells a story about my life from my childhood days to when I first met Sabih and our time together. He handwrote each page and drew pictures of the house I grew up in, the masjid I pray at and so much more.  The very last page of the book said "will you marry me" and the ring was placed in the book. There was a photographer nearby who was able to capture every moment. 
 
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.
Excel sheets, a supportive family and friends and my husband were the reason the wedding was everything I imagined it would be and more. I made sure to book venues and makeup and photographers first since those book fast. I knew what colors I wanted my mehndi outfit to be and then led to color and theme for the wedding. I wanted a festive almost Aladdin themed mehndi. I wanted to the Shaadi to be a candlelight dinner. My goal was for each event to be different from the last. I made my vision clear the vendors, had multiple follow up visits to make sure we were all the same page. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My mom, sister and cousins all came to Pakistan with me to help me pick out a lengha. I knew I wanted a deep shade of red. I went to a ton different places but nothing gave me that bridal feeling until I tried the deep red outfit at Farah Talib. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Because Sabih and I were pretty hands-on with the planning, the best part was seeing what we envisioned come to life. My mom was my right hand and I loved that the planning process allowed us to spend more time together. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved the food, decor, and dances. My dad was in charge of managing the caterers and assured that everyone was able to enjoy the different cuisines we had (American, Pakistani, Chinese and Mexican food). Both my side and Sabih’s side worked hard to put together a medley of dances that the crowd really enjoyed
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Sabih and I didn’t do a first look so the first time I see him on our wedding day was when I walked down the aisle. I was nervous walking in front of everyone but as soon my eyes met Sabih’s everything felt better. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Live in the moment. It’s the best time of your life so don’t get caught up in little details not going your way. Take in each moment and enjoy it. 
 
Remember ladies, more every day! 
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Floral & Decor: Wedding Decor By Faiza | DJ: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Photography: Mir Anwar Studios | Cinematography: Mir Anwar Studios | Catering: Anmol Catering | Mehndi Venue: Embassy Suites Naperville | Nikah Venue: Islamic Foundation | Wedding Venue: Bolingbrook Golf Club | Valima Venue: Omni Downtown Dallas | Mehndi Ceremony Floral & Decor: Lavish Designs | Wedding Floral & Decor: Yanni Design Studio | Valima Catering: Jimmy Burger by Bilal | Nikah Bridal Fashions: Ayesha Somaya | Mehndi Ceremony Bridal Fashions: Ansab Jahangir | Wedding Bridal Fashion: Farah Talib Aziz | Valima Bridal Fashion: Sana Safinaz | Chairs / Linens: Classic Chair Covers & Linens


Chicago, IL - TX Muslim Wedding by Mir Anwar Studios

Happy Monday, ladies! We are very excited about the feature we have for you today. Ideas and inspiration are completely assured! No less, our gorgeous Maharani Shaleen was all things glamorous and enchanting for her big day and her style was to die for. This gorgeous Muslim wedding took place both, in Chicago for the traditional ceremonies and in Dallas for the reception. For this first installment, we will be witnessing the Muslim and the Mehndi ceremonies held at the Windy City and what an incredible set of celebrations they were! For the Mehndi ceremony, the lovely couple had matching outfits. They chose a coral, light turquoise, and beige/gold color palette that was as modern and elegant as it could get. Everyone was completely stoked! Good thing that our friends from Anmol Catering were there after the Mehndi celebration to pamper the guests with the delicious food they are distinguished for. For the Muslim union, our bride came out looking dazzling, of course. She rocked a white gown with little details in silver that left us totally speechless. So alluring! There is a lot going on that you definitely have to see it for yourself. So join us for part one of our gallery of today thanks to Mir Anwar Studios and get that inspo going!  

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Some background to this story is that I love to read. A few months prior to proposing, I was at Target running errands and ended up in the book section unable to make up my mind as to which book I should buy. Sabih called me just to see what I was up to and I told him my dilemma that there so many books I wanted to read but couldn't pick just one. He asked me the names of the books on my must-read list. I told him and eventually left Target thinking I'd buy the books later. Fast forward to July 2017. I went to Dallas to celebrate Sabih's birthday with him (we were long distance) and he took me to the botanical gardens the day before his birthday. We walk down to a portion of the gardens with a bench on the bench are a stack of the same books that I mentioned I wanted a few months back. Along with those books is another really beautiful book. Sabih asks me to sit down, tells me he's going to read me a story. He opens the book and each page tells a story about my life from my childhood days to when I first met Sabih and our time together. He handwrote each page and drew pictures of the house I grew up in, the masjid I pray at and so much more.  The very last page of the book said "will you marry me" and the ring was placed in the book. There was a photographer nearby who was able to capture every moment. 
 
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.
Excel sheets, a supportive family and friends and my husband were the reason the wedding was everything I imagined it would be and more. I made sure to book venues and makeup and photographers first since those book fast. I knew what colors I wanted my mehndi outfit to be and then led to color and theme for the wedding. I wanted a festive almost Aladdin themed mehndi. I wanted to the Shaadi to be a candlelight dinner. My goal was for each event to be different from the last. I made my vision clear the vendors, had multiple follow up visits to make sure we were all the same page. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My mom, sister and cousins all came to Pakistan with me to help me pick out a lengha. I knew I wanted a deep shade of red. I went to a ton different places but nothing gave me that bridal feeling until I tried the deep red outfit at Farah Talib. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Because Sabih and I were pretty hands-on with the planning, the best part was seeing what we envisioned come to life. My mom was my right hand and I loved that the planning process allowed us to spend more time together. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved the food, decor, and dances. My dad was in charge of managing the caterers and assured that everyone was able to enjoy the different cuisines we had (American, Pakistani, Chinese and Mexican food). Both my side and Sabih’s side worked hard to put together a medley of dances that the crowd really enjoyed
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Sabih and I didn’t do a first look so the first time I see him on our wedding day was when I walked down the aisle. I was nervous walking in front of everyone but as soon my eyes met Sabih’s everything felt better. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Live in the moment. It’s the best time of your life so don’t get caught up in little details not going your way. Take in each moment and enjoy it. 
 
I hope to see you at the celebrations!
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Floral & Decor: Wedding Decor By Faiza | DJ: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Photography: Mir Anwar Studios | Cinematography: Mir Anwar Studios | Catering: Anmol Catering | Mehndi Venue: Embassy Suites Naperville | Nikah Venue: Islamic Foundation | Wedding Venue: Bolingbrook Golf Club | Valima Venue: Omni Downtown Dallas | Mehndi Ceremony Floral & Decor: Lavish Designs | Wedding Floral & Decor: Yanni Design Studio | Valima Catering: Jimmy Burger by Bilal | Nikah Bridal Fashions: Ayesha Somaya | Mehndi Ceremony Bridal Fashions: Ansab Jahangir | Wedding Bridal Fashion: Farah Talib Aziz | Valima Bridal Fashion: Sana Safinaz | Chairs / Linens: Classic Chair Covers & Linens


Long Island, NY Pakistani Wedding by The Visual Couture Weddings

We are back with this incredible bash, ladies! It comes to us thanks to our friends from The Visual Couture Weddings, who did a truly magical job capturing the moments of such an important event. Be certain that the pictures from our gallery of today, are a work of art indeed. As we saw on part one, our couple was looking amazing throughout the pre-wedding rituals and the ceremony itself. Our bride Sabeen definitely came up with awesome ideas for you to take notes, Maharanis at home! After an incredibly heartfelt ceremony, it was time to head down to the Valley Regency for the reception. The lovebirds recruited the fine talent of Glamorous Event Planners to assist with the floral & decor of the spree, and as you will see in a bit, they totally rocked it! The place greeted the couple along with their loved ones and what a wonderful reception that was! The team from Shaheen was in charge of bringing the delicious treats via catering services, and all the dancing that went on was in part thanks to the energy provided by their amazing dishes. It was an overall incredible celebration that for sure, you don't want to miss. Join us for the second installment of Sabeen & Sohaib's nuptials and get those ideas going! 

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Every day we have a new feature, so be sure to check us out! 

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Photography: The Visual Couture Weddings | Floral & Decor: Glamorous Event Planners | Cinematography: The Visual Couture Weddings | Sangeet Venue: Antun's by Minar | Ceremony Venue: The Piermont | Reception Venue: Valley Regency | Hair: Araish Artistry | Makeup: Arzoo Hussain | Catering: Shaheen | DJ: DJ's United/DJ Sukh Singh | Cake & Treats: Dortoni Bakery | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Araish Artistry | Mehndi Artists: SamArt Henna Contour | Photo Booth: Dj Sukh Singh


Long Island, NY Pakistani Wedding by The Visual Couture Weddings

Monday is here, Maharanis, and it is time to start the week the best way possible! The only way we can think of is by getting our daily inspiration of glam and charm from our dazzling brides. Today, and to kick start April, we have an incredible feature that is quickly becoming one of our favorites. Sabeen & Sohaib's Pakistani wedding, coming from NY, is all things grand and elegant and we are just loving every aspect of it. Our gorgeous Maharani Sabeen had already the experience needed when it came to planning a grand bash, so definitely we are looking at a couple that knew exactly what they wanted. The celebrations started with the Sangeet party hosted at Antun's by Minar. There, the bride wore a stunning orange sherbet lengha with details in gold and emerald green. Seriously, this bride's style is too much. SamArt Henna Contour assisted with the mehndi design that was also a complete knockout, just the way it should be! Araish Artistry and Arzoo Hussain joined the A - list glam squad and crafted our bride's hair and makeup, respectively, no less. An awesome job indeed. The ceremony was quickly approaching and The Piermont was looking amazing to host it. In today's featured gallery, thanks to the talented job of our friends from The Visual Couture Weddings, we are going to witness what went on during the ceremony and also have a glimpse of what was Sabeen & Sohaib's magical day. Come and join us next! 

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were both scared of moving forward in the relationship so you could say we were a bit on-off for a while. During an "off", on my birthday, he managed to figure out where I was after I had finished hanging out with my friends. He picked me up in his car and handed me a bouquet of flowers and an adorable birthday card. He told me that he tried to imagine his future so many times and he couldn't see it without me in it. It wasn't a traditional "will you marry me?" rather, an "I can't live without you, let's get married."
 
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.
Friends and family have referred to me as somewhat of a "professional bridesmaid" because I have hosted or helped organize so many wedding functions, showers, etc. So, when I got engaged, expectations were high on what kind of experience my wedding guests would have. I was really excited because I had a million ideas in my head about decor, food, location, etc. but, I also realized that it's a lot easier to make those ideas come to life when you're not the bride. The bride can't run around like a madman on the day of the wedding making sure that the behind-the-scenes work gets done. And, even though everyone reminds you not to sweat the small stuff because something will inevitably go wrong, how many brides are really able to fully accept that?
To counter those potential issues, I started my wedding planning immediately and I focused a lot of energy on seeking out vendors that I knew I could trust without completely breaking the bank.  To give myself a little more wiggle room on vendor budgets, I even embarked on a few DIY projects. Day 1 was a function in my parents’ home for which I starting setting up décor, myself, weeks in advance with the help of my mother. For the mehndi night, I built my own canopy to walk in under. For the wedding day, the place cards, table menus, miscellaneous signage, "activity" table, even, the card box were all made by me in whatever free time I could find between the engagement and the wedding. I even designed all the outfits for our 4 days of functions. They were created by "hometown" tailors in Pakistan and India who were able to help us choose fabrics and embellishments that met the custom-made vision without requiring the pricey, custom-made wallet.
My best decision making during the planning definitely went into booking vendors that really tried to understand what I wanted and worked very sincerely to bring those things to fruition. For example, one of the toughest things to accommodate during the wedding was my desire to have a family-style dinner service on the wedding night. Family-style dinner is extremely uncommon for a large function but, I always disliked buffets because they get messy and you end up with long lines in the middle of your party and, plated dinners just don’t work with South Asian food (or South Asian people).  Thankfully, my wedding hall, The Piermont, that had some experience with this kind of service before and I found a dinner caterer who truly wanted to do whatever he could to make me and my family happy. Shan, the caterer at Shaheen Restaurant, met with us month after month to figure out not only the best menu items but even what bowls and platters would create the most elegant presentation. He also spent a lot of time educating his staff on how to handle a kitchen during family-style service…for over 200 people, it’s definitely not an easy task!
Even for the less complicated ideas, I am extremely happy with the other vendors I was able to work with as well. Raj at Antun’s by Minar promised me an amazing mehndi night and he really did personally manage every aspect of that night from the food down to the flooring (literally). Guests told me that when they looked at the stage, alone, they forgot they were in a hall!
Sunitha at Glamorous Event Planners designed my wedding day Deus/stage and centerpieces. I had seen her incredible work in pictures and she always assured me that as long as I gave her creative wiggle room, she would do whatever she needed to make my ideas into reality and, boy did she!  I never even asked her for a centerpiece sample yet, she managed to go beyond my expectations and added her own touches to our stage and centerpieces that filled our reception with dreamy touches of warmth and opulence.
Asma at Araish Artistry did my hair and dupatta setting for our main events and also did hair and makeup for my mom and sister. We had worked with her before during my sister’s wedding so I knew she did good work but, I also felt so comfortable working with her because she really made me feel like a priority.  One of my best friends actually did my makeup because she’s a makeup artist herself and has done makeup on me for other functions so, it goes without saying that I could trust her blindly to make sure I had a flawless look.
Our photographer/videographer team may be worthy of the most praise, by far.  Sheheryar at S.Snapz Wedding Photography worked with me, directly, for months to go over every detail of the wedding and my vision to make sure he didn’t miss a beat.  Photo and video at a wedding are so important because even when you forget, the imagery lasts.  I hate to hear people say that they didn’t like their photos or video because, during the whirlwind of a wedding, you don’t always have much time to savor every moment so you really rely on those digital memories to help you relive everything.  I never felt like my wedding was just another job for Sheheryar.  He is really passionate about his work and I truly experienced that because he did whatever he needed to get the best shots and make sure we felt happy and comfortable. His whole team was not only reliable but also very warm.  I actually kind of missed having them all around once all the festivities were over.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted a proper, bridal red for my main wedding function but that's about as far as I had gotten with concrete ideas. I spent a lot of time just browsing the internet and Instagram for style and work ideas. Since I was having 4 functions (mayoun, mehndi, shaadi/baraat, valima/2nd reception), I had an opportunity to try at least 4 different looks so that's exactly what I did. I did a "skinny" gharara look for my mayoun, lehnga choli for the mehndi, traditional gharara for shaadi and lehngha with peplum top for valima.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Seeing it all, especially DIY projects, come together into something real!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Food (family style dinner) and decor
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
It was all such a whirlwind, I'm not sure I can pinpoint one moment. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Everyone you come by before your wedding will tell you to be mentally prepared for things going wrong and to remember that you shouldn't let things going wrong to dictate your mood but, guess what? It is totally okay if you get mad about things going wrong. It is totally acceptable if you have a mini freak-out or two. Don't let others tell you how you should feel because it's YOUR wedding and your feelings are completely valid. It is true that you can't be a sour puss the whole time or just yell at everyone that tries to help you but, remember that it is okay to not let ALL things slide and it is okay to react when something isn't done right. These are big moments in your life so do your best to feel your best!
 

Don't go anywhere, ladies, more to come next! 

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Photography: The Visual Couture Weddings | Floral & Decor: Glamorous Event Planners | Cinematography: The Visual Couture Weddings | Sangeet Venue: Antun's by Minar | Ceremony Venue: The Piermont | Reception Venue: Valley Regency | Hair: Araish Artistry | Makeup: Arzoo Hussain | Catering: Shaheen | DJ: DJ's United/DJ Sukh Singh | Cake & Treats: Dortoni Bakery | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Araish Artistry | Mehndi Artists: SamArt Henna Contour | Photo Booth: Dj Sukh Singh


Edison, NJ Pakistani Wedding by I Do Clicks

I Do Clicks effortlessly captured the newlyweds during their reception as they complement each other perfectly in their stunning evening outfits in every shot! Maliha Khan Makeup was back on task to beautified Alina with impeccable makeup and a side-swept hairstyle that finished her exquisite turquoise Anarkali suit while our dashing groom tucked away his traditional suit and looked super stylish in a blue suit! One of the bride’s favorite moments of the night was thanks to DJ Monu Singh Entertainment as the entertainment expert played the best Bollywood beats for the couple to surprise the crowd with an awesome choreographed dance! The yummiest and most beautiful three-tier wedding cake from Bitsycakes was sliced and served after the creative cuisine from Mantra delighted all the attendees! Congrats, to Alina and Munaf who created a night to remember amidst a silver, white and light blue shades! Check out the gallery for more portraits of this sweet Pakistani couple!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in college. I knew he was the one when he competed in a wing eating competition against his friends and won.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He took me and my friends to an escape room game. As the final clue rose out of the podium, I saw the ring box in there. He took it and got down on one knee and proposed. That day we won the game and won each other for the rest of our lives. 
 
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.
We looked on Instagram and Maharani weddings for our vendors and took recommendations from others. We also found some vendors at the Dulhan Expo. Overall, we were very happy with all of our vendors, except for our decorator. Our decorator was and weddings and we were not happy with her. She was very rude, even on the day of the wedding, and promised us things for our decorations that she did not end up giving us. Our event started at 5 pm and she did not finish the decorations until 6 pm. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I went to different stores and tried on various dresses. I saw the beautiful dresses at Resham Creations and loved them. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was trying all the food by our wonderful caterer, Mantra in Paramus. It was such a delicious and fun experience. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved our outfits, makeup and hair, and food. They also loved our choreographed dances and open dance floor. Everyone had fun together! The photos and videos we got were so perfect! They perfectly captured all the happiness and love in our functions. We were so happy with idoclicks.com!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
When my husband entered in the wedding reception, his groomsmen carried him in like Superman. It was hilarious and so Bollywood. 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
The jewelry was also from Resham Creations.
 

There is more coming up tomorrow, remember to come back!

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DJ: DJ Monu Singh Entertainment | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Ceremony Venue: The Ellora in Edison | Reception Venue: Edison Hotel | Hair & Makeup: Maliha Khan Makeup | Catering: Mantra NJ | Bridal Fashions: Resham Heena Creations | Bridal Jewelry: Resham Heena Creations | Cake & Treats: Bitsycakes | Photography: I Do Clicks


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