A Two-Day Union Of Culture And Romance

Lisa and Max’s love story was one driven by fate; the couple first met at a restaurant and then lost touch. However, six months later Lisa and Max ran into each other three times in one week! Max later proposed at the very restaurant in which they had first met, and the two lovebirds tied the knot in a two-day long stunning wedding.

Being from different cultural backgrounds, the couple wanted to encompass both cultures into their nuptials. The two-day long wedding involved two bridal looks – a traditional, hand-made Pakistani gown and then a modern Ryan & Walter dress.

The nuptials followed romantic elements through the use of red, gold and black accents, whilst maintaining an incredible level of cultural beauty and class.

Lisa’s favourite bridal moment: “When he saw me for my first time in my wedding gown… he started to tear up and my heart exploded. Our reception had over 700 guests and it was so special. The whole crowd was part of the whole experience with us, even when we took our portraits in the ballroom – all eyes were on us!”

Scroll below for the incredible shots captured by Rene Zadori Photography!

Photography & Cinematography:​ ​Rene Zadori Photography, Wedding Venue: InterContinental Downtown Los Angeles, Coordination: ​Fancy That! Events, Floral Designer:​ ​Eddie Zaratsian​ & ​Tic Tock Florals, Reception Rentals:​ ​Rental Avenue, Reception Lighting:​ ​Amber Event Productions, Groom’s Tux:​ ​Tom Ford​ (Custom), Bridal Glam: ​Beauty By Autumn, South Asian Gown:​ ​Custom, Second Gown:​ ​Ryan & Walter 

Digital Content Coordinator: Zoe Kanlis

Featured Image: Rene Zadori Photography

Posted in Fashion, Real Weddings, Uncategorized by wedded wonderland

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