Their theme was purple and silver which of course made me love the sofreh even more (my wedding theme was also purple). I thought this was one of the most beautiful sofrehs I had ever seen. I'm not all for the fancy, overdone extravaganzas that so many of my friends have had, so the elegance and creativity of the sofreh really impressed me. I wish I had had the knowledge and creativity of how to do things when I was making mine. I had no idea what to do, how to do it, how to decorate it or where to get things. I didn't have much help and no one really came forward to give me ideas, so I was working pretty much clueless.
Since the wedding was on the 12th day of the Iranian New Year, there was a mini
haft-sin on the spread as well.
Crystal rock candy
The Kaleh Ghand
Roses made of bread and radishes
Flashback to 4 years ago:
My simple sofreh
I do have to say though, I still love mine!