Haseeb and team captured all the moments so beautifully. Whether it was our entrance, or couple shoot, the décor or the shoe game. The Candid shots were very nicely documented including the moments from Rukhsati in the video highlights that still make me go teary-eyed.
There was a digital photo booth at the mehndi by O’shoot. A very fun idea to engage the guests where they stand in front of a digital booth, pose for pictures and also take as many prints of it as they like. The prints had our wedding hashtag and logo on it.
I chose Hena Parker, a home-based make-up artist for my Nikkah day and it was the best decision. She gave me a very traditional look (something I always wanted) I always tell people, she is one person who knows exactly how to work with all kinds of faces and features. She really knows how to enhance them and bring out the best without overdoing it
She gave me light look with a mathapatti and a hairdo with lots of flowers. Iqra and Shafaq spent a lot of time creating and detailing the look I wanted. Their team is extremely helpful and they don’t let you step out until you’re 100 percent satisfied.
Anam created two really different looks on me. Considering both were day-time events, she gave a very subtle yet classy look to me for both. Nobody believed me when they found out I got party makeup done for the day we had a Valima lunch. Her makeup skills are really a work of art; it’s like she’s painting your entire face and neck with different sized brushes, sticks and her fingers as well. She took time and interest in working on something as nominal as my collar bones. I got a million compliments, and the best art is I didn’t look like a bride all caked up in tons and layers of makeup: I looked myself.