I have received a few messages from you guys asking me to post more pictures and videos from our wedding. SO, here I am – posting a dance video from our mehendi.
This dance was done by the Hulla Gulla Boys with a special appearance by Nouman! I had no idea that he would do a choreographed dance at the mehendi – although I should have known because he loves to dance. Before Gangnam Style hit our airwaves, everybody was enjoying the tunes to Kolaveri Di. Sit back, relax and enjoy the Hulla Gulla Boys version of Kolaveri Di!
I recently came across the work of Lollipop and Laddu and fell in love. This is a Pakistan based group that provides photography and videography services. I really like the uniqueness of their videos – they have a good eye for all things fun!
Anyway, I had been stalking them for quite a while before I stumbled upon Amna + Bilal’s wedding. I watched around half of this video before I realized this is my mom’s cousin. This gives you an insight as to how out of it I am sometimes. I love this video because of the colours, the dances and the fun!
Bride makes her entrance wearing sunglasses and on a bicycle; the groom enters on a rickshaw – it doesn’t get any funner than that, does it?
I am dying to share details about our wedding but unfortunately I have very few pictures/videos. Until we don’t get our professional pictures/videos, I can share very limited information. Oh well…
I do have a mehendi video to share with all of you! The dance was done by 3 brothers who are one of our oldest family friends. This was the first dance of the night and it surely set the tone for the night – party, party, party! The boys did a great job – they even surprised me by pulling me up to dance at the end. I had NO idea that they were going to do that but I loved the easy-to-follow steps they had.
These guys took time out of their hectic life (check out their restaurant, Aunty’s Kitchen/Cafe) to make our day(s) more fun and memorable for us – thank you guys
The video quality doesn’t do justice to their dance – their facial expressions were HILARIOUS!
I know it’s not too clear in the video, but their t-shirts read “Congrats Shaza & Nouman” – isn’t that so sweet? They gave me one to have as a keepsake – yes, washed ofcourse. Oh, by the way, that’s me in the green. The bride. YEAY!
If you follow me on Facebook, you might have predicted that Izabella & Garin’s stunning wedding would be featured today.
You have probably noticed that I have posted Z Molu Photography’s work numerous times. What can I say, I stalk him religiously and LOVE his work. Seriously, someone hire him to a wedding/party and invite me. Please. Anyway, this wedding has now tied with my all-time favourite wedding by Z Molu. That’s pretty special.
Izabella & Garin got married in Jamaica (this was almost our honeymoon destination by the way) and their pictures are simply beautiful. The couple looks relaxed, happy and so much in love. I love the contrast of softness and edgyness that Z Molu captured.
I think I’m in love.
So much drama. I love it.
I’m going to stop commenting on the pictures – my vocabulary is not big enough
I had no idea someone can take pictures of the same object and make it so unique each time
How do people look so picture-perfect without trying?
He looks so happy! I wonder if he’s singing
I’d like a beach wedding
Why can’t desi movies do their dupatta scenes like this?
Is that a boat tipped to the side?! Genius!
I love the feel of this picture – the bottom of her dress screams personality
Lastly, my favourite image of this wedding – Breathtaking.
*All the above images are via the Facebook page of Z Molu Photography*
I saw a sneak peek of this bride, Amna, on Facebook and could not wait to see more pictures. MashAllah, the bride is stunning! I’m not sure if the bride wears a Hijab, but the styling of her dupatta is great for anyone looking for inspiration on covering their hair.
The event was covered by Amna Hakim Photograhphy – you might remember her from one of my previous posts. I love the clarity and creativity of Amna Hakim and she’s so full of bubblyness and energy!
Yeay to Friday! I have a really busy weekend but I am SO happy that the weekend is here
Today, I am featuring the wedding video of Ayza and Ali shot by Escape Studios. I love alot of the weddings Escape Studios covers, so when I saw this wedding in Pakistan, I knew I had to share it with you guys. Weddings in Pakistan are over the top, deeply enriched in culture, and full of life – Escape Studios managed to cover all these aspects with this video.
Have a great weekend!
p.s. I posted an album on my Facebook page so if you’re looking for pictures from Fashion Pakistan Week 3, Day 4, you can check them out here. Overall, I was disappointed with this Fashion Week!
You probably read the title and thought: what the heck is Shaza upto, right? Well, allow me to explain…
If you’ve been following my blog, you know my obsession with WedLuxe – so it should come to no surprise that today’s feature is courtesy of WedLuxe.com
When I saw the images from this wedding, I thought it was a photoshoot – you have to check out the bride’s headgear to understand why. The bride (and the entire wedding) is so avant-garde that I had to read the page several times to make sure it was infact a real wedding.
What a daring (and stunning) bride!
I SO wish they had published a picture of the groom and guests – I would’ve loved to see what everyone was wearing.
p.s. The makeup was done by Shobana at Amplified Soul!
p.p.s. If you haven’t done so already, this is your last chance to enter the giveaway! Have a great weekend everyone