We absolutely adore weddings that feature traditional elements from the groom and bride’s distinctive cultural background. Adorable L.A. based couple, Zach and Talla envisioned a dual Persian and Jewish ceremony. Their nuptials, held at the at the gorgeous gardens in Flora Farms, were a great example of how a wedding can incorporate traditional elements from two ethnic backgrounds harmoniously.
On one hand, Talla’s background was represented with the “sofreeh aghd,” the center piece of Persian weddings, which included the key elements such as fruit, sugar loafs, sweets, nuts, and the ceremonial cloth for the wedding ritual where their family members come up and rub sugar loafs over the bride and groom’s heads, symbolizing sprinkling of sweetness falling onto the couple and their future together. On the other hand, Zach’s background was represented with the traditional Jewish ceremony that included the huppah or wedding canopy, symbolizing the new home being built by the couple.
After their tradition-rich ceremony, the reception was adorned with a gorgeous table setting, colorful rose centerpieces and a luminous string lighting decoration that anticipated a joyful party where guests danced and celebrated in honor of the lovely couple. The rich-flavor dinner featured a menu from Flora Farms Kitchen with the field’s offerings in a secluded and enchanting outdoor area.
The following team of professionals made Zach and Talla’s stunning wedding one to remember. Wishing the couple many years with lasting joy! Our team is experienced in coordinating ethnic weddings. Be sure to contact us for more information.
Venue: Floras Farm
Coordinator: Infinity Weddings
Photography: Denni Bertis
Flower Design: Florenta