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The Sofreh Aghd is a traditional and elaborate Persian wedding ceremony spread where ceremonial marriage traditions are practiced. The ceremonial traditions have been taken place for thousands of years and the Sofreh Aghd spreads are customary at Persian weddings. Like most, Persians have diverse religious backgrounds and the Sofreh ceremony is practiced regardless of faith.

The Sofreh Aghd consists of many symbolic items, all in which are placed accordingly and represent an element of the couple’s new life together. The word “Sofreh” means “spread” and “Aghd” means “ceremony”. While most couples aim to keep the traditional elements of the Sofreh Design, each spread is designed around the bride & groom’s style and preference.

A team of passionate and extremely talented Toronto wedding professionals worked together to execute a vintage chic sofreh design which reflects on the current trends of the wedding industry. The perfect setting was at The Doctors House in Toronto, and within the team are Event & Sofreh Designers, floral designers, hair and make up artists, photographers, videographers, luxury jewelry and a professional pianist. Thank you Margarita of Oudalova Events & Design for sending us this amazing wedding session captured by the lovely and talented Carla of Photasia Photography.

Check back tomorrow for a behind the scene video of this gorgeous session!

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Concept & Design: Devondi Events & Design

Photography: Photasia Photography

Floral : Oudalova Events & Design

Venue: The Doctors House, Toronto, Ontario

Hair & Make-up : Katerina Rapoport Inc

Videography: Carmela Sagula

Gown: Ferre Sposa Bridal Boutique 

Bridal Accessories: Luvyt.com 

Jewellery : Caspian Jewellery

Cake: Sweet Regards 

Pastries: B.B. Cafe & Pastry Boutique

Pianist: Nader Naderi

6 Comments

  1. Sadaf

    Hi, I was wondering if it would be possible to share who provided this sofreh aghd set up, the mirror and candle set in particular are absolutely beautiful! Any information would be greatly appreciated

    Sadaf

    • Johanna Nichola

      Wedding Opera

      Hi Sadaf! I’ve contacted the creators of this event and will get back to you with the details asap!

  2. Sally

    Hello Sadaf. Thank you for your feedback! I’m the creative director of this photo/video shoot as well as the Sofreh Aghd Designer. Our website is currently under construction but you can contact me directly at 416-278-7867

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