Sameera and Zain hosted a three day celebration of love all around Chicago for their family and friends and each day was a stunner! From Nobu Restaurant with Japanese details to Morgan Manufacturing dripping in crystals and greenery! Aliana Events produced one gorgeous weekend and we are in awe of the photos by Ivash that captured it all!
The Wedding Vision
“The day before the wedding, a Japanese-style dinner was held at the Nobu Restaurant. Because we love sushi very much! The guests had personalized sticks, and each received a cup with his name in Japanese. The photo zone with our names was also in Japanese. The guests were dressed in either black or white to match the black and white theme of the dinner. It looked incredibly classy!
The wedding day was held at Morgan MFG. Everything was in an artsy and modern style; very industrial. There was a crystal room, marble cake by ECBG, luxurious chandeliers hanging down by HMR Designs, and joyous dancing. We danced like crazy. Musicians from Los Angeles were the piece of our destination wedding dream. I do love dark tones like burgundy, cherry, and purple and I wanted Aliana’s team to incorporate them.
The third day was the most expressive in cultural and national terms. We had brunch at the Langham hotel. There were musicians from India, kawalis sounded, and everyone was wearing traditional clothes. Wine orchids, hydrangeas, and calla lilies adorned the tables covered with glittering pink tablecloths (HMR Designs). All three wonderful days were a genuine celebration of life and love! I dream of living these days again!”-Sameera & Zain
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“The whole team did their best! They took into account all our wishes! Everything was very beautiful, stylish, tasty, memorable, and scale! It was so breathtaking that only a five-ft. tall cake would do! Tell your planner about all your dreams to be sure your big day is perfect! “-Sameera and Zain
We are still in absolute awe over the largest cake that ECBG Studio has ever made! We can only imagine the impact it made to see that centerpiece in person!