June 19, 2017

Jessica & Emran | Fusion Ismaili Latin Indian Wedding at Opal Event Hall & 1001 Nights

Indian Wedding Wedding

You may remember this couple from their Long Island City Civil Ceremony and Jackson Heights PreWedding in New York City which was on the blog waaaaay back when. The wedding took place shortly thereafter down in Atlanta, but I had not had a chance to post this on the blog until now! Day 1 of this fusion Pakistani Latin wedding took place at the Opal Event Hall and was the Ismaili Pithi and Sangeet night event.

Day 2 of this Fusion Ismaili Indian Wedding was the Nikkah ceremony at Jamatkhana and then a slightly different take on a reception at 1001 Nights Persian Cuisine! Lots of eating and lots of dancing as the Latin part of this wedding was really coming through at the reception!

Thanks for checking out this Fusion Indian Wedding at Opal Event Hall and 1001 Nights!

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