High school sweethearts Prova and
Arman have an adorable story, in Prova's words, "We first met at school i
2006. He was in A levels and I was in class 8. We were friends for quite some
time and eventually realized that we were madly and irrevocably in love with
Prova assumed Arman wasn't the romantic type and had forgotten to propose. She patiently hoped that he would. Little did she know, Arman was was busy secretly planning something special. On the morning of their akth, Prova 's cousins asked her to go to the roof. To her suprise Arman was on one knee, with a ring, and a bouquet from Dhaka Rosarium. She was elated and burst into happy tears!
Prova and Arman had just a bit over a year to plan their big day. To add personal touches to the wedding, Prova designed her own wedding invitations.
Prova and Arman were lucky enough to have two pre-shoots. One outdoors featuring beautiful locations such as the Lal Bagh Fort and Uttara 15, captured by Dream Way House...
...And one indoors at the Wedding Story Studio.
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The Wedding Ceremony
The convention center had plenty of parking!
"The favourite part of
the whole wedding was just the thought that I am getting tied with the love of
my life forever Alhamdulillah."
"The tables, utensils and wedding china was very nice and updated at this venue."
The Gaye Holud
The Bridal Shower and Mehndi
The Wedding Reception
Prova's favourite wedding present was a pretty diamond necklace from Macys. The newlyweds were lucky enough to honeymoon in both Malaysia and Thailand.
Prova's advice for brides to be: "For All the to be brides PLEASE BOOK YOUR VENUE AS SOON AS YOUR DATE IS SET. Do I need to explain or say anything about shennakunjo?. Undoubtedly the best place to get married in Dhaka city! I was very pleased with the makeup of Quebella so I will highly recommend quebella, and Dream Weaver can actually live up to your expectations of having the best pics taken. Army officers food was really good. And last but not the least rather than spending a lot of money on dalas and stuff try to spend more money on stage and photographers . Trust me its worth it."