When they first met, it was while Nargiza was running an errand for a friend. Though they were thrown together many times, it was Facebook that brought them together. The second time we met, we both tried to ignore the fact that we were the only single guests among married couples, and tried to stay away from each other.
Still, we were clueless and disinterested. Constant communication changed the way we viewed each other from our very first meeting. We discovered common interests, sense of humor, similar and eventually "Uzbekistan brides" confiding in one another. We became close friends and felt the first signs of attraction through music and dance. He is the one. I saw it in various small but significant details; the respect he showed toward his elders and especially women of all ages.
The affection toward children, his decisiveness, and more importantly the strong bond between the members of his family and the love they had for each other had impressed me.
It was a gradual proposal that build up in stages. There were also some traditions involved behind the entire process. First Uzbekistan brides asked Uzbekistan brides parents for my hand and in November of we traveled to our hometown, Tashkent, Uzbekistan so that I could meet his parents. Then he took my hand and got on one knee. I thought that he was posing for pictures but realized that he was proposing when out of nowhere he took out a single red rose with my resized ring carefully tucked in the center of it!
Ideas came and went, but only couple of wishes remained unchanged; incorporation of burgundy and gold as well as lots and lots of flowers. I envisioned a modern wedding with vintage touches here and there, but traditions were inevitable, as our wedding would take place "Uzbekistan brides" Uzbekistan. The challenge was to be able to balance it all and present in best way possible: While planning their reception, Nargiza and Sukhrob put their own personal stamp on every element of the day.
They definitely made our day unique and undoubtedly our own. When choosing her wedding day look, Nargiza had similar plans. She wanted something that captured Uzbekistan brides style and expressed both past and present.
Since I knew what I wanted, I thought it would be very easy to make my choice. To be sure, I tried on couple of other mermaid gowns, but I felt the same as I would in any other evening gown. I never thought I would choose a ball gown as my primary wedding dress, but when I tried Uzbekistan brides a ball gown by Priscilla of Boston, I really did feel like a queen.
I wanted something edgier and more modern. So I chose a beautiful A-line ivory satin gown by Badgley Mischka as my second dress that I would change into for the dances. Wedding gowns chosen, Nargiza dove into selecting equally marvelous bridal accessories.
A traditional long veil sure to cause butterflies and teary eyes in loved ones, an edgier birdcage and a delicate studded veil. From the beginning I knew finding a headpiece would be tough because I did not want a traditional tiaranor did I want silk or individual sparkly pins.
I wanted my headpiece to be bold, antique looking, and definitely something that no one had ever seen before. I explained to Edward what I wanted "Uzbekistan brides" within seconds he knew what look I was going for and offered to custom make my own one-of-a-kind headpiece.