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; Country USA; 1 H 28 Min; Stephanie Wu, Sara Zandieh; Abstract NOUSHA HASSANI wants to marry the perfect Persian husband for her perfect Persian family. But her plans are derailed when she falls in love with ALEX TALBOT, an eccentric artist. When her traditional Muslim parents discover the two living together as domestic partners, they insist they officially get married. Nousha reluctantly agrees and the TALBOTS and the HASSANIS come together for a big Persian wedding. Over the course of one weekend, buried family wounds come rocketing to the surface, disaster ensues, and the couples relationship is tested; Cast Tara Grammy, Christopher O'Shea.

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Watch full a simple wedding meridian id. Ap daily makeup kaise karte ho Jo oily SA Lagta h plz btao didi. I guess I'll preface this by saying I wanted a beautiful, fancy I couldn't afford $40, 000 after just paying off $75k in student loan debt. So I found every possible way to save money and actually managed to have my dream wedding. It was incredibly stressful and I would definitely do many things differently, but in the end my best friend and I had a wedding that really represented us as well as two families becoming one, and I wouldn't trade that for the world. We got married on my in-laws' farm in Oregon about 45 minutes from Portland, and were extremely lucky to have so much help with preparation from our families. I'm pretty type-A and was determined to have a beautiful wedding without financial input from anyone, so I tracked EVERYTHING. We had a $10K budget but were planning it from out of state + moving + changing jobs and towards the end of wedding planning I was exhausted and willing to pay more for my own sanity. I hope someone can get something out of this extremely long budget and planning breakdown! ~Ceremony~ $1, 019. 65 It was very important for me to have the actual wedding in a church, so we spent money here that probably could be saved by others. Some churches charge wayyyy excessive amounts to use their facility. We ended up choosing the church I planned on attending regularly after moving because 1) it was cheap and 2) it would feel like home. Because they only have 1-2 weddings a year the church staff were excited to help me. For decorations we had flowers in vases (see flowers below), DIY floral wreaths, tulle looped around the pews and flowers tucked into the tulle. Officiant (Catholic Priest donation) $250 Church facility usage donation $250 Musician/ceremony coordinator donation $250 Decor $209. 65 Marriage License $60 ~Reception~ $971. 81 We were extremely lucky here! My in-laws have a room in a barn we used as a bridal suite and an area of their farm they call "the park" with grass and a pond. It's nothing fancy, but my amazing MIL planted flowers that matched my wedding colors in the spring and spent the whole summer sprucing up the landscaping. They own a 40' x 60' white event tent for their business, and they paid $500 to their farm crew for set up as a wedding gift to us. My husband spends 90% of his free time working on the farm for free so they covered this as a thank you for his work. My in-laws also had 23 round tables and 13 rectangular tables for their business which saved us from renting them. We did pay to rent chairs (I'm talking the $1. 25 ea ones, not fancy chivari or whatever they're called) and bought tablecloths. I think wrinkly tablecloths are tacky and was stressing about finding the time to iron them when I finally put that in the *fuck it bucket* and paid a local dry cleaner to clean and press them. It was expensive. My advice is to just rent them- it would have been cheaper! For entertainment we found a DJ on Craigslist (he was very experienced but you get what you pay for). I wanted to hire a line dance instructor but my husband said I'm still bummed we didn't hire someone! Rental chairs $257. 45 Tablecloths $98. 85 Tablecloth pressing $295. 01 DJ + tip $320 ~Food~ $2, 543. 39 We thought self-catering would be a good way to save money. HA! HAHA! If I could do one thing over again for my wedding I would hire a professional caterer. We were getting quotes in our area for ~$4000 to cater a buffet for 150 people. I thought that was SO much money, but the stress of cooking the day before the wedding was not worth the savings to me. At least we didn't have to cook the meat - we ordered cooked BBQ meat from a local restaurant. We rented the church's kitchen for food prep the day before the wedding. My sister-in-law is an amazing hobby baker and I asked her to make a naked, fruit-covered cake for us thinking it would be simple. That was another mistake... I assumed she would have everything and be willing to do it as a wedding gift to us... I ended up buying all of the supplies and ingredients myself. It would have been cheaper to get a few grocery store cakes and stack them. I very much appreciate her service in baking and decorating the cake, but she was stressed the whole time and I was frustrated that it was costing more than I planned. Lesson learned- set expectations upfront and allow people to politely decline. We bought disposable dinner plates, cake plates, cutlery, cups, champagne glasses, and napkins. I tried to buy this stuff when I saw it on sale but didn't want the cheapppppest looking plastic. I bought way more than I needed. We hired two high school girls my in-laws know to set up the food and clean up at the end of the night + come out the week before and walk through everything I wanted. We paid them $140 ea under the table. They were awesome. Church kitchen all-day rental $75 All ingredients and cooked BBQ chicken & Pulled Pork $1, 489. 71 Cake baking equipment $56 Ingredients $105. 72 Dinnerware $380. 19 Servers $280 ~Drinks and Alcohol~ $1, 050. 63 My mom bought 18 bottles of wine for my wedding as a gift. She lives in wine country and got STEEP discounts on it, so I don't know how much she actually spent. She also gave away all of the leftover was a bummer, but hey she paid for it so whatever. We bought additional wine, two half-kegs of beer, and Champagne that I bought during my bachelorette party (it was 50% off! ). We weren't planning on buying hard alcohol but my father-in-law wanted it, so he bought a bunch of whiskey, vodka, and rum and kept the leftovers. We also hired licensed bartenders. Technically we didn't have to because the wedding was on private property, but everyone agreed it was safer/worth the money. Two bartenders worked for 5 hours at $45/hr and I have a $45 tip. We found them on craigslist (I didn't realize how good of a deal their services were until I looked at this sub! ) Additional Wine $80 Beer $180 Champagne $228. 02 Mixers & Non-alcoholic drinks (Italian Sodas) $240. 61 Ice $52 Bartender services + tip $270 ~Attire~ $1, 631. 77 I got my dress on clearance at a small bridal shop in Utah for $600 + tax. In Utah engagements are typically super short so most shops sell designer dresses off the rack. I went in just to explore and left with my dress! It's a Mori Lee dress but I did extensive alterations myself, so it doesn't look like the original dress at all. I kinda feel like I had a custom dress? It wasn't perfect and was another point of stress during wedding planning, but it has sentimental value and I received a lot of compliments on it and liked how my body looked in it. I did have it professionally hemmed and my husband had his suit professionally tailored. Groom's suit was on sale at Macy's, he bought one to keep. My bridesmaids bought their own dresses from Azazie and because they wore navy blue I just asked the groomsmen to wear whatever navy blue suit, white button up, and brown shoes they already owned. Perfectly coordinating groomsmen was not something I cared about at all, but they actually ended up looking really sharp! We provided matching ties. A family friend who owns a salon did my hair and makeup for free as a wedding gift. She also did my mom's and MIL's hair. My bridesmaids did their own hair and makeup and we're stunning. While I have a gorgeous diamond engagement ring, we decided that fancy wedding bands were not something either of us prioritized (my grandma wore nothing but plain gold band her entire life... I always thought that humility was amazing and wanted to emulate her). Both of our bands were from Amazon. I didn't factor my engagement ring into the wedding costs because I don't know what he paid for it. Wedding Dress $641. 40 Accessories (veil, undies, belt, earrings, garter, shoes) $252. 47 Professional Alterations $232 Groom's suit $187. 96 Ties $34. 01 Flower girl dress $23. 80 Manicure/Pedicure $50 Groom's wedding band $20 Bride's wedding band $120 ~Favors & Gifts~ $230. 78 I made tote bags for each of my 5 bridesmaids and got them little thank-you gifts. My husband got each of his 3 groomsman a pocket knife engraved with their name. My mom made mini jars of jam for wedding favors as another wedding gift, which saved me a DIY headache! I only bought labels. If she didn't make the jam I probably would have skipped wedding favors. Bridesmaid gifts $105. 08 Groomsmen gifts $113. 70 Jam labels $12 ~Paper Products~ $231. 81 You've probably noticed a theme by traded high costs for high stress. We made our own invitations with kits I bought from JoAnns. I made my own format & watermark in MS Word so they looked way nicer than basic kit invites. We ended up buying a new printer for it, but I didn't include the cost as a "wedding expense". It was a ton of work but I think they turned out pretty amazing and I got a lot of compliments on them. Plus it was a bonding experience for my husband and I to struggle with printing format. Save-The-Dates were from Walgreens (my philosophy was to spend the minimum amount necessary on things that go in the trash! ). Postage was another gift from my mom. She saw stamps she thought I would like and bought them without me asking, which was really thoughtful. I bought all international postage. I designed, printed and assembled wedding programs with brown craft paper, printer paper, and ribbon. Not fancy but they were nice little booklets so people who weren't familiar with my church ceremony could follow along/ have sheet music for the songs. 75 Save The Dates $72. 52 150 Invitations (6 Kits on clearance) $65. 48 Printer Ink $68 Thank You Cards (from Minted... I was done with DIY at this point) $93. 75 Ceremony Program supplies $13. 08 Postage $20. 70 ~Decor~ $804. 56 I won't go into detail here but this included the guest book, lanterns, bud vases, wood rounds, table numbers, large vases, candles, various signs, DIY coloring books, crayons, a cake topper, frames, seat assignment display, etc. I can go into more detail if you have a question. ~Flowers~ $63 This is another way that my awesome farmer in-laws saved me major money. My mother-in-law GREW almost all of my wedding flowers. We used dahlias and she let me pick the varieties I wanted out of a seed catalog the winter before the wedding. We also used blackberries from their personal patch of a thorn-free variety and greenery from around their property. I went to a flower market just to see what they had and ended up buying $63 worth of floral tape, spray to prevent flowers from wilting, and a few fancy flowers. ~Photography~ $2, 222. 88 Weird number because I won a "free" engagement photoshoot at a bridal expo. I say "free" because it turns out the sitting and one print was free, but we ended up spending more for additional photos. This did allow us to negotiate with our wedding photographer and lower her price for us though. Long story short I thought I'd "splurge" on a good photographer. We ended up choosing a woman who had taken family photos for my in-laws recently and did a great job. She had shot many weddings and had a beautiful portfolio. Great! Well, to save money we only hired her for 7 hours. Sounds like a lot but we had 3 hours between the ceremony and reception so she left right after we entered the reception. Thank goodness my mom and other family took photos of our first dance, cake cutting, guests, leaving, etc. Also, the photographer's contract said we would get a minimum of 600 photos. We ended up getting only SEVEN HOURS worth of her time. I was pissed. I'm still mad that we paid her so much for so few photos. I called her out on it and she offered to make 100 photos black and white for us or give us an extra $50 in print credit. Both of those are a rip off, but I took the extra print credit. If I could change a second thing about my wedding it would be to hire a different photographer. I wish I would have had 2 photographers and had them stay the entire day (10 hours). Engagement photo rights $122. 88 Wedding photographer $2, 100 ~Rehearsal dinner~ $294. 91 We had our favorite local Mexican restaurant cater and only had the bridal party + dates and immediate family at the rehearsal, so less than 30 people. My brother-in-law picked up the food while the bridal party worked setting up the reception area. We just ate at the reception area because there were already tables and chairs. ~Coordinator~ $500 Last but not least, the BEST money I spent on my wedding was a day-of coordinator. I didn't intend on hiring someone, but I was so stressed trying to plan this whole DIY budget wedding while living in another state that I broke down and cried at work one day. It was out of character for me and I just had enough, so I pulled the trigger and hired a woman off craigslist who was just trying to get her side business as a wedding planner up and running. OH EM GEE SHE WAS AMAZING! This woman busted ass. She was at the rehearsal, she fluffed my dress the day of, she brought me my shoes when they were forgotten, she set up the food, she cut and served cake, she managed the high schoolers I hired, she brought me more lipstick for a touch up, she stayed to help clean up, and more. I can't sing her praises enough and I left her rave reviews on every platform I could. Well that about sums it up! If you have questions or want to see more pictures let me know in the comments.

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Beautiful. A Simple Wedding Directed by Sara Zandieh Written by Sara Zandieh, Stephanie Wu Starring Tara Grammy Christopher O'Shea Shohreh Aghdashloo Houshang Touzie Release date April 3, 2019 (Cleveland International Film Festival) February 14, 2020 Box office $45, 276 [1] A Simple Wedding is a 2019 romantic comedy film directed by Sara Zandieh. It stars Tara Grammy, Christopher O'Shea, Shohreh Aghdashloo, and Houshang Touzie. Synopsis [ edit] Cultures mix when an Iranian-American woman, Nousha Husseini, finds love with an eccentric bisexual artist named Alex Talbot. Release [ edit] The film premiered at the 2019 Cleveland Film Festival. It then was released on February 14, 2020 in select theaters and video-on-demand. References [ edit] External links [ edit] A Simple Wedding on IMDb.

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