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Luxurious and Monochromatic Persian Wedding at the Woodmark Hotel - Sina and Heidi

August | A monochromatic, traditional Persian wedding at Woodmark Hotel with an abundant Sofreh Aghd and delicate crystal details.
A decorated Sofreh Aghd with crystal details for a Persian Wedding at The Woodmark Hotel
Sina and Heidi's Sofreh Aghd


Sina and Heidi's champagne, white and blush colors looked incredibly luxurious under the white draping of the Woodmark Hotel draped tent. Each detail was selected with care, and their traditional Sofreh Agdh, which broken down means "spread" and "ceremony" in Farsi, was artfully designed. This was such a fun tradition to learn about and assist with coordinating and ensuring all the proper items were in place. The spread traditionally includes the same symbolic items, but styled to the couple's liking. S&H included crystal details on top of an acrylic table - so clean and beautiful! S&H also included many other Persian traditions throughout the day, like the Sugar Rubbing ceremony and the Knife Dance.


It can be difficult to trust someone with your cultural traditions, and we're so glad Sina and Heidi trusted us with coordination. One of the reasons we include so many meetings before the actual wedding day, even for our Day Of Coordination package, is so we can spend time with you, the couple, to understand your wedding preferences and vision in order to execute it without you having to worry.


See The Vendor Team who made this day a reality at the end of the gallery.



The Vendor Team

Coordination: Your Perfect Bridesmaid (Lead: Laura)

Ceremony & Reception Venue: Woodmark Hotel

Photographer: B .Jones Photography

Catering / Bar: Woodmark Hotel

Dessert: The Sweet Side

DJ/Band: DJ Ashkan

Hair & Makeup: Salon Maison



Love what you see? We would love to help you achieve your unique wedding vision. Let us provide tailored vendor recommendations and create a unique design that fits your style and your budget. Don't have a venue yet? No problem. Having a planner as the first step in the process can save you time, energy and money.






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