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November
24
2018
Nima & Niaz

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Niaz and Nima first entered college to pursue their passion in architecture, but not realizing that they would later find each other…
It was in 2009, where Nima first noticed Niaz; it was in that brief moment that Nima knew that she was someone he had to get to know. She was hard to not notice; after all, she is a twin, who always made sure that her hair added an extra inch or two on her height..
It was not until early 2010 that the two were in the same class, eager to learn the fundamentals of architecture. They sat directly on opposite ends of the studio that faced one another, where Niaz would catch Nima staring. Later, they would end up on the same design team, where instead of being productive, they ended up talking about their interests, family, and life. As time went on, Nima got the courage to ask Niaz on a date. They ended up going to dinner at a rotating sushi bar near his home. Nima decided to surprise Niaz after dinner with the hot air balloon ride at the Great Park in Irvine. From that night, they were inseparable.
Even when they transferred to different schools in Los Angeles, their relationship became more serious. They grew up with one another, and learned that they were able to manage their relationship through school and life stress. It proved that their connection was genuine. Whenever they were able to see each other, days, weeks, or months apart, the two of them together, no matter how long they last saw one another, went away, and every conversation was comforting and being together felt like home.
Six years later, after Nima finished his degree in architecture, Niaz also finished her masters in architecture, and it was then that Nima knew he had to make Niaz his wife. He met with her parents, in person, and asked for her hand. They both love Nima, and were ecstatic that they were going to gain a son-in-law, and gladly accepted! Nima started to plan an unforgettable trip to Chicago; a place that Niaz wanted to visit. He told her sisters, Marjaneh and Roz, to join in on the surprise. Not only were they excited to go to Chicago, but also they were thrilled to witness the proposal in person. They booked their tickets immediately.
On that Sunday afternoon on October 23rd, 2016, Nima took Niaz to the riverfront. It was a perfect picturesque setting to surprise her. Nima tried to distract Niaz by taking a photo of her. That is when Marjaneh and Roz jumped out from behind them and captured the beautiful moment on camera. Nima bent down on one knee and asked Niaz to marry him. She was speechless, but of course said yes!
After nine years in the making, Niaz and Nima are excited to share their special day with all their loved ones! A day that will always remain in their hearts as they exchange vows and become husband and wife!

Do’s
• Make sure to relax on the day of your wedding and take everything in. The day goes by fast so enjoy every moment with a smile on your face
• Make sure you know your vision and do not get side tracked. This even goes with your overall theme.
• Have option B if option A does not work. Not everything will work out, but be willing to be open minded if things do change. Remember that it’s your day, so don’t try to please everyone else
• Smile and just be happy. Your energy is what guests feed on. You don’t want to seem mad or insecure in your videos and photos
• Just have fun and let loose! This is your day between your partner and yourself. Remember that people are coming to celebrate for you two!
• Remember to communicate effectively with your vendors, and bridal party, even your partner! Communication is key. Especially on the day of the wedding
• Be sure to be verbal on what you would like during your food tasting. This is something guest will remember in addition to the overall event. Coordinate before food tasting. We were able to customize our food, which everyone enjoyed!
Don’t
• You cannot have everything be perfect. Don’t let the negative outcomes affect your wedding
• Don’t let any arguments get in the way of your planning. Don’t let the small things get to you
• Don’t disinvite or not invite your friends if you were arguing with them. A wedding is only one day. Don’t let arguments leave a footprint in your lifetime.
• Don’t pile so many ideas into your wedding or your vision will not be clear.
• Don’t hold back on how you want your wedding to feel. You don’t want to think about the “what if’s” during your day
• Don’t set promises to your guests about your wedding. Let them be surprised and enjoy the night

Special aspects to our wedding was that the idea of family is very strong. Instead of having any officiant for our ceremony, Niaz asked Daryanaz Mostajabalvedeh, her mother’s childhood friend, to officiant them. The reception space also was different from the standard ballroom that has its own distinct architectural features that suited the design-oriented couple.

The ambience was a fairytale dream. It was elegant, magical, chic, and modern. With a Persian flair, of course!

Wedding Team
Fairmont Grand Del Mar
Wedding Reception Venue
Fairmont Grand Del Mar
Wedding Ceremony Venue
Badgley Mischka
Bride's Shoes Designer
Calvin Klein
Groom's Suit Designer
DJ Kia
Band or DJ
Dmitry Shumanev
Wedding Videographer
Farzam Fattahi
Band or DJ
Haley Paige
Bride's Dress Designer
Jessica Angel
Bridesmaid's Dress Designer
JLM Couture
Bridal Salon
Lin & Jirsa
Photographer
Makeup By Maryam
Makeup Artist
Wedding Vibe
November
24
2018
Nima & Niaz

NEXT
VIDEO
NEXT VIDEO  

Niaz and Nima first entered college to pursue their passion in architecture, but not realizing that they would later find each other…
It was in 2009, where Nima first noticed Niaz; it was in that brief moment that Nima knew that she was someone he had to get to know. She was hard to not notice; after all, she is a twin, who always made sure that her hair added an extra inch or two on her height..
It was not until early 2010 that the two were in the same class, eager to learn the fundamentals of architecture. They sat directly on opposite ends of the studio that faced one another, where Niaz would catch Nima staring. Later, they would end up on the same design team, where instead of being productive, they ended up talking about their interests, family, and life. As time went on, Nima got the courage to ask Niaz on a date. They ended up going to dinner at a rotating sushi bar near his home. Nima decided to surprise Niaz after dinner with the hot air balloon ride at the Great Park in Irvine. From that night, they were inseparable.
Even when they transferred to different schools in Los Angeles, their relationship became more serious. They grew up with one another, and learned that they were able to manage their relationship through school and life stress. It proved that their connection was genuine. Whenever they were able to see each other, days, weeks, or months apart, the two of them together, no matter how long they last saw one another, went away, and every conversation was comforting and being together felt like home.
Six years later, after Nima finished his degree in architecture, Niaz also finished her masters in architecture, and it was then that Nima knew he had to make Niaz his wife. He met with her parents, in person, and asked for her hand. They both love Nima, and were ecstatic that they were going to gain a son-in-law, and gladly accepted! Nima started to plan an unforgettable trip to Chicago; a place that Niaz wanted to visit. He told her sisters, Marjaneh and Roz, to join in on the surprise. Not only were they excited to go to Chicago, but also they were thrilled to witness the proposal in person. They booked their tickets immediately.
On that Sunday afternoon on October 23rd, 2016, Nima took Niaz to the riverfront. It was a perfect picturesque setting to surprise her. Nima tried to distract Niaz by taking a photo of her. That is when Marjaneh and Roz jumped out from behind them and captured the beautiful moment on camera. Nima bent down on one knee and asked Niaz to marry him. She was speechless, but of course said yes!
After nine years in the making, Niaz and Nima are excited to share their special day with all their loved ones! A day that will always remain in their hearts as they exchange vows and become husband and wife!

Do’s
• Make sure to relax on the day of your wedding and take everything in. The day goes by fast so enjoy every moment with a smile on your face
• Make sure you know your vision and do not get side tracked. This even goes with your overall theme.
• Have option B if option A does not work. Not everything will work out, but be willing to be open minded if things do change. Remember that it’s your day, so don’t try to please everyone else
• Smile and just be happy. Your energy is what guests feed on. You don’t want to seem mad or insecure in your videos and photos
• Just have fun and let loose! This is your day between your partner and yourself. Remember that people are coming to celebrate for you two!
• Remember to communicate effectively with your vendors, and bridal party, even your partner! Communication is key. Especially on the day of the wedding
• Be sure to be verbal on what you would like during your food tasting. This is something guest will remember in addition to the overall event. Coordinate before food tasting. We were able to customize our food, which everyone enjoyed!
Don’t
• You cannot have everything be perfect. Don’t let the negative outcomes affect your wedding
• Don’t let any arguments get in the way of your planning. Don’t let the small things get to you
• Don’t disinvite or not invite your friends if you were arguing with them. A wedding is only one day. Don’t let arguments leave a footprint in your lifetime.
• Don’t pile so many ideas into your wedding or your vision will not be clear.
• Don’t hold back on how you want your wedding to feel. You don’t want to think about the “what if’s” during your day
• Don’t set promises to your guests about your wedding. Let them be surprised and enjoy the night

Special aspects to our wedding was that the idea of family is very strong. Instead of having any officiant for our ceremony, Niaz asked Daryanaz Mostajabalvedeh, her mother’s childhood friend, to officiant them. The reception space also was different from the standard ballroom that has its own distinct architectural features that suited the design-oriented couple.

The ambience was a fairytale dream. It was elegant, magical, chic, and modern. With a Persian flair, of course!

Wedding Team
Fairmont Grand Del Mar
Wedding Reception Venue
Fairmont Grand Del Mar
Wedding Ceremony Venue
Badgley Mischka
Bride's Shoes Designer
Calvin Klein
Groom's Suit Designer
DJ Kia
Band or DJ
Dmitry Shumanev
Wedding Videographer
Farzam Fattahi
Band or DJ
Haley Paige
Bride's Dress Designer
Jessica Angel
Bridesmaid's Dress Designer
JLM Couture
Bridal Salon
Lin & Jirsa
Photographer
Makeup By Maryam
Makeup Artist
Wedding Vibe