In Islam, marriage is regarded as a contract between the couple and Allah. We consider it an honour to be able to assist Nubaisha and Aaquil on this momentous event of their life when they said Qubool hai (I accept) and sealed their contract. As Quran verses were read and the couple’s official wedding announcement was made, joy flooded the gorgeous venue. It was a lovely and one-of-a-kind ceremony conducted in Sydney. Among the cheerings, celebrations and decorations, the newlyweds looked just like a Sultan and Sultana from an Arabic tale in their deep crimson and cream wedding attire.
Muslim weddings are extravagant celebrations imbued with beautiful traditions, rituals, and practices passed down over centuries. The gorgeous wedding ceremony of Natasha & Rahil was held at Eden Gardens, a grandeur venue with magnificent décor and neutral tones. Being the prophetic tradition, Nikkah, which is the marriage ceremony, is considered a blessing in Islam. We are delighted that they choose us to be a part of that blessing. As the imam ended the recitation of Surah Fatiha (first chapter of Quran) and proclaimed the couple as officially married, all the guests started showering Durood(blessings) upon the newlyweds. It was such a priceless moment filled with true emotions, happiness and love, which cannot be expressed through words.
After the nikkah ceremony, our charming couple were welcomed with an archway embellished by exquisite florals and a walkway adorned with awe-inspiring flower vases on both sides, leading to the grand reception. The floral ornamentations, votive candles, and fancy crystal chandeliers accentuated the ceremony’s romantic and intimate ambience. We are glad that our elegant décor was an aesthetic visual treat for the guests, which indeed wowed them. Our newlyweds cut into an amazing 3 tier wedding cake decorated with pretty red roses. The wedding venue decked up with a soft colour palette of fresh blooms perfectly complemented the adorable couple.