This luxury Persian wedding in San Francisco is filled with blush and love. While Duke Photography is behind some of our very favorite weddings, with their ability to capture every glorious detail, this one may be one of our most beloved yet. Venus Safaie of Khonche Design and Flower Affairs layered this beauty in love and style in a way that is unparalleled. Add a show stopping Vera Wang gown and all around steal-worthy style - every image is pure perfection.
Jasmine and Sam
Jasmine and Sam were introduced by a mutual family friend. Sam ironically first reached out to Jasmine on Valentine's Day and they spoke for about two weeks before meeting in person. It was an instant connection though, both feeling as if they had known one another forever. On a weekend getaway to Santa Barbara, Sam proposed to Jasmine in a garden setting at the Four Seasons Biltmore with flowers and candlelight surrounding them.
Vera Wang Ball Gown
Jasmine wore a stunning Vera Wang ball gown that flowed in lace applique over tulle ruffles matching with perfection a floral laced veil to heighten her romantic and princess style. Her bridesmaids wore mix and match Jenny Yoo gowns in a light blush. The gowns were complimented with light ivory bouquets of roses, while Jasmine carried a white peony bouquet beautifully arranged by Flower Affairs.
Luxury Persian Wedding
Entering the ceremony at the Fairmont in San Francisco must have looked like a garden dream. Several elegant tall floral arrangements graced each side of the aisle on white pedestals leading them to a spectacular arch of orchids, but the greenery in the arrangements added a fresh look - like the outdoors were brought right to them. The beautiful "sofreh aghd" which is the Persian ceremony spread was done by Jasmine's mother who put in countless hours making the delicate pieces by hand. Truly adding to the personal love bestowed to the couple. The first look between Sam and Jasmine was one of her favorite moments being so surreal and seeing his reaction was an emotional moment for both of them.