Team of husband and wife who work hard to make your day perfect. Ferzana and Ishtiaq's company provided decorations for my stage step and backdrop along with decorating my guest sign in table. They are great to work with and will cater to your needs. I would recommend them to everyone I know. My family was very impressed with the backdrop I chose.
The décor is definitely one of the most important arrangements you will make for the look and the feel of your big day. Your special event is the one that you will remember and cherish, today, tomorrow... forever.
Our décor reflects Style, Sophistication and Elegance. Every occasion we cater for is exhibited to the highest standard to make your day look stunning and unique especially in your photos and videos for years to come. From concept and design, to delivery, we will work with you through every step of the process, with as much or as little help as you desire. Our goal is to help make your special event a beautiful and memorable one, free of the added stress of set-up and removal of decorations so that you may enjoy your event to the fullest.
Using innovative designs, we combine our client’s personalities and styles with the architecture and elements of their space. No event or special occasion is beyond our creative capabilities. We take pride in creating unique events and warm atmospheres that lend a beautiful backdrop to life's most memorable milestones and celebrations. If you can find an occasion to celebrate, we can decorate!
Some of our services include but are not limited to:
• Mandaps in traditional ethnic and fusion designs
• Ceremony, Reception, and Stage Backdrops
• Sangeet, Mehndi, Garbas and other religious or cultural events
• Entrance and Aisle decorations
• Majestic umbrellas
• Tablescapes (Centerpieces, Overlays, Head Table, Cake Table, Ganesh Table, etc.)
• Elegant chair covers with sashes
• Horse decorations
Weddings are stressful as it is and it is critical that you feel comfortable with your decorator. We truly believe in great customer service and we gain our business by establishing personal relationships with our clients. Most of our business is from referrals by past clients as our “Testimonials” section will attest to. Come experience our innovative décor and our dedication to and excellence in customer service.
We meet by appointment only. Please refer to our website www.dzinerevents.com for contact methods so we can arrange an appointment to help you bring your ideas to life.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend. Until the 15th century, only kings wore diamonds, as a symbol of strength, courage, and invincibility. In India, where the diamond was first discovered , it was valued more for its magic than its beauty and was believed to protect the wearer from fire, snakes, illnesses, thieves, and great evil.
According to Anita Diamant, author of The New Jewish Wedding, there are no Jewish laws regarding where a wedding may or may not take place. During the Middle Ages, some weddings were even held in cemeteries, since it was believed the life-affirming act of marriage could halt plagues.
Wearing a wedding ring on the fourth finger of the left hand dates back to ancient Egypt, where it was believed that the vein of love ran from this finger directly to the heart.
London Times, February 1840. Queen Victoria's wedding cake was more than nine feet in circumference. A second tier rose from this "plateau," supported by two pedestals. On the second tier was a sculpture of the mythical heroine Britannia gazing upon the royal pair frozen at the moment of their exchanging vows. At their feet were two turtle doves (symbolizing purity and innocence) and a dog (representing faithful attachment). Completing the scene were various sculpted Cupids, one of them writing the date of the wedding with a stylus on a tablet.
Eighty-five percent of all Canadian brides receive a diamond engagement ring, giving Canada the highest diamond engagement ring acquisition rate in the world.
The longest engagement on record was Octavio Guillen and Adriana Martinez. After "dating" for 67 years, they finally got married. They were both 82.
The most married man in history, in the monogamous category, was Glynn Wolfe, a former Baptist minister from Blythe, California. He was married twenty-eight times.
The most married woman in history, in the monogamous category, was Linda Lou Essex from Anderson, Indiana, who was married twenty-two times.
The most notorious bigamist on record is Giovanni Vigliotto, who married one hundred and four women. He was convicted for fraud and bigamy and sentenced to twenty-five years in prison, plus a fine of $336,000.
The oldest bridegroom was Harry Stevens, who at the age of 103 married Thelma Lucas, a young 84. They were wed in Beloit, Wisconsin in 1984.
The oldest bride was 102 year old Minnie Munro, who married an 83 year old gentleman named Dudley Reid in Point Clare, New South Wales, Australia.
The youngest couple ever to marry was an eleven month old boy and a three month old girl who were married in Bangladesh in 1986. The marriage was arranged in order to settle a twenty year feud over a disputed piece of farmland.
Two couples share the record for the longest marriage in history. Sir Temulji Bhicaji Nnman and Lady Nariman were married from 1853 until 1940, when he died. Lazarus Rowe and Molly Weber were married in Greenland, New Hampshire in 1743 and remained married until 1829, when she dies after their having been married for 86 years.
The largest mass wedding was held in The Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea where 35,000 people were married in a ceremony officiated by Sun Myung Moon. Another 325,000 couples around the world participated in the August 25, 1995 event via satellite link.
Richard and Carol Roble are the most re-married couple. They wed each other 56 times, beginning in 1969.
The most expensive wedding on record was a seven-day celebration of the marriage of Mohammed, son pf Sheik Rashid Ben Saeed Al Maktoum, to Princess Salama. The wedding took place in Dubai and the bill came to $44 million.
The most fantastic gift of love is the Taj Mahal in India. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan as a memorial to his wife, who died in childbirth. Work on the Taj began in 1634 and continued for almost 22 years. required the labor of 20,000 workers from all over India and Central Asia.
The worst place for love and romance to survive is the United States. We hold the record for the highest divorce rate in the world (4.6 per thousand). YIKES!