Atefeh and Jonathan

in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Videographer: Dream Arts Video Production

Jun 10 2021

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99 Persian Wedding Videos to Inspire Your Day

These wedding videos will give you the inspiration for all your Persian wedding, plus the vendors and brands who can make them happen.

Why You Should Consider a Persian Wedding...

Persian wedding traditions date back thousands of years—pretty incredible if you ask us! One of the most important traditions is the sofreyé aghd—the table the soonlyweds sit at during the ceremony. It is covered with symbolic elements representing the couple or their marriage, like a mirror, gold coins or spices.

You or your partner grew up knowing and living Persian customs or one or both of your families are from Iran and you want to honor your heritage.

While most Persian weddings will have a lively celebrations and an abundance of flowers, the true core of any Persian wedding is the couple's respect for their family. This importance placed is family is part of the reason Persian weddings typically have between 300 and 1,000 guests in attendance. One of the many memorable parts of a Persian wedding is the procession when the wedding party typically dances down the aisle before the soonlyweds join with their parents.

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Among the sofreyé aghd's other traditional elements is a bowl of honey, which the couple will feed each other after exchanging their vows. This symbolizes the idea of the couple agreeing to feed each other sweetness for the rest of their lives.

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At the end of the reception, guests circle the couple and toss flower petals, symbolizing happy wishes, on them as they dance.

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99 Persian Wedding Videos to Inspire Your Day

These wedding videos will give you the inspiration for all your Persian wedding, plus the vendors and brands who can make them happen.

99 Persian Wedding Videos to Inspire Your Day

These wedding videos will give you the inspiration for all your Persian wedding, plus the vendors and brands who can make them happen.