Saskia & Sohail {Alhambra Hall}

Saskia & Sohail {Alhambra Hall}

By | November 12, 2010

We are running a bit late today, but it is so worth it. This fabulous little jewel popped across my desk and I just had to post it TODAY. The destination wedding transformed Alhambra Hall into a Paris meets Persia soiree. Filled with personal touches and the respectful honoring multiple cultures through ceremony and the reception. A brilliantly vibrant cultural fusion photographed by Andrew Stephen Cebulka of Heirloom Creative Photography and planned by Katherine Miller Events.


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Photography by Andrew Stephen Cebulka of Heirloom Creative Photography | Wedding Planning: Katherine Miller Events | Wedding and Reception Venue: Alhambra Hall | Florals: Whole Foods | Catering: New Dream Catering | Bar Service: Mix Premier Bartending

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  • Samantha Martin
    Posted at 09:48h, 12 November Reply

    Gorgeous photos, venue, decor, bride and groom… EVERYTHING! I love!

  • Published Saskia & Sohail on The Wedding Row | then, now and later on
    Posted at 14:12h, 13 November Reply

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  • Joanne E. Fronabarger
    Posted at 22:47h, 28 November Reply

    Andy, thank you so much for taking the most amazing pictures of our family’s most amazing day. Saskia and Sohail put so much love and thought into their big day and that shows through in your photos. They are an awesome couple and you’ve done them proud!

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    Posted at 10:11h, 23 October Reply

    […] Saskia and Sohail’s married at Alhambra Hall on October 8, 2010. The wedding showcased two rich cultures with a Persian ceremony–a nod to Sohail’s heritage–and an adventurous dinner–which celebrated Saskia’s French family. After dancing the night away, S+S dashed through a line of sparklers and drove away in a taxi from the Charleston Black Cab Co. See more of their day on The Wedding Row. […]

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