Sunday, September 1, 2019

Indian-Pakistani lesbian couple get married – with one bride wearing a sari and the other a sherwani

Bianca Maieli and her new wife Saima Ahmad just got married in a wedding that showed ‘love has no boundaries’.
The lesbian couple, respectively from India and Pakistan looked regal on their big day with one wearing a sari and the other a sherwani (groom’s outfit).
Bianca, a Colombian-Indian Christian woman met Saima, a Muslim woman from Pakistan at an event where they live in the U.S.
Some time later, the couple decided to tie the knot in California, wearing two traditional outfits.
South Asian fashion designer Bilal Hussain Kazimov dressed Bianca in a stunning ivory sari, complete with a maang tikka (head jewellery), gold bangles and pearl kadas (bangles).
Saima, on the other hand, opted for a sherwani, traditionally worn by male grooms from South Asia.
They went for similar vibes during their Mehendi too (pre-wedding ceremony).
Saima was also dressed by Bilal and went for a black sherwani with embroidered detail in gold hues and other colours.
She completed the look with a dupatta (scarf) on her side and a moti (read pearl) mala
On their wedding day, there were baraat processions – whereby both sides of the family meet, singing and dancing – and the brides also joined in.
They then exchanged rings and officially got married.
At their Mehendi, they were equally gorgeous, with Bianca wearing a pink lehenga (skirt-top combo) while Saima sported a kurta pyjama (a lighter version of sherwani) which she teamed up with a pink brocade jacket.
News of the couple’s sweet union has been met with wide praise online, with many commending the couple for bringing together two divided nations.
One person wrote: ‘Despite tensions over Kashmir, this marriage is a positive step in strengthening Indo-Pak relationship. Good luck to the couple. Congratulations’. 
While another wrote: ‘How beautiful is love. Indeed there are no boundaries in love.’

Bianca and Saima aren’t the only couple to unite two opposing nations.


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