Sofreh Aghd Yas O Termeh
Sofreh Aghd Yas O Termeh – Persian Wedding in Texas
At Sofreh Aghd “Yas 0 Termeh”, our goal is to give you the Persian Sofreh Aghd that reflects all aspects of your personality, style, and taste. Our passion has always been to make Persian Sofreh Aghd and we aim to provide the best service to our clients who become our lifelong friends. It is such a privilege to not only be part of the creative aspect of the couple’s wedding but to also be part of their unforgettable day through the memories and pictures that will live on forever. Sofreh Aghd Yas o Termeh is located in Dallas, Texas; we also provide services to Oklahoma and other cities in Texas, such as San Antonio, Austin, and Houston,
When it comes to the most important day of your life, it is important to select someone that is a caring and creative professional who will listen to your requests and expectations and will design a Sofreh that is unique and stylish. We are here to take the hassle and stress out of your day of joy. We also recommend other local vendors to assist with any other wedding planning needs. (Persian Wedding in Texas)
Our passion has always been to make Sofreh Aghd and we aim to provide the best service to our clients who become our lifelong friends. It is such a privilege to not only be part of the creative aspect of the couple’s wedding but to also be part of their unforgettable day through the memories and pictures of the Sofreh that will live on forever.
The Iranian wedding ceremony despite its local and regional variations, like many other rituals in the country goes back to the ancient Zoroastrian tradition. Though the concepts and theory of the marriage have changed drastically by the Quran and Islamic traditions, the actual ceremonies have remained more or less the same.
For Iranians, marriage is an event, which must be celebrated not quietly but with glory and distinction. It is the most conspicuous of all the occasions and is celebrated in the presence of a fairly large assembly. In the past, the parents and older members of the family arranged almost all marriages. This is still the case in rural areas and with traditional families. Modern couples, however, choose their own mate but their parents’ consent is still very important and is considered by both sides.
Even with modern Iranians, after the couple has decided themselves, it is normally the grooms’ parents or other relatives who take the initiative and formally ask for the bride and her family’s consent. Once this is done then the marriage will be announced. In ancient times, the musicians playing at marriage gatherings used drums to announce the marriage to the people of the town or village. The group that gathered for the marriage was called the assembly for the queenly bride. Traditionally, both the bride and the bridegroom dressed in white with garlands of flowers on their necks. The color white is a symbol of purity, innocence, and faithfulness. Today most modern Iranians follow the European dress code and style.