Sana and Asim’s Graceful Pakistani Wedding in Dallas, Texas

Sana and Asim’s Graceful Pakistani Wedding in Dallas, Texas

"The best love is the kind that awakens the soul; that makes us reach for more, that plants the fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds.”

The Pakistani wedding you're about to see summarize the quote above very well. Sana and Asim got married at the Hyatt in Dallas, Texas and their wedding was captured by a talented local wedding photographer, Nida Rehman.

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pakistani wedding

Here’s what Sana had to say about how Nida captured her big day.

“I have no words for how grateful I am to you for capturing my wedding so beautifully! I’m sooooo grateful that I get to remember my wedding for the rest of my life by your perfect photos!”

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pakistani wedding
pakistani wedding
pakistani wedding
pakistani wedding
pakistani wedding

How did you meet each other?

We met on Okcupid!

What was the inspiration behind the wedding theme?

I had always dreamt of getting married in a small garden so I tried to create that feel while having a somewhat traditional wedding with hundreds of people!

What was the most fun part of wedding planning?

The most fun part was building relationships with my vendors who are now life long friends.

What was the most stressful part of wedding planning?

I avoided stress by knowing when to step away and delegate.

What advice would you give to newly engaged couples about wedding planning?

I’d give two pieces of advice which made my wedding (both the planning of it and the actual event) so much fun.

1) Either have friends be your vendors or become friends with your vendors.. They are your biggest allies and if they get you as a person they get what you want when you send them incoherent texts at 1am ?.

2) MOST IMPORTANT ADVICE, EVER: always remember to focus on the marriage and less on the wedding. The wedding will be perfect regardless.. How can it not be? You’re with family, friends, and you’re marrying the person you love! Focus on that and not the details.. Those always come together at the end.