Jinous Yazdani and Kamran Lutfi

Nice and fun wedding -- and a little different


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ebi amirhosseini

Re: Green Wedding dress !!

by ebi amirhosseini on

I don't know where the bride's( or her parents) hometown in Iran is!?but to let you know that in Kerman,for Aghd ceremony the bride wears Green dress( a symbol of Sabz -Bakhti) & then for wedding reception changes to white.

best wishes


Fun... it is wedding time: Where are the mullahs?

by A.H. Danesh (not verified) on

Follow up...

Because of Sadi I might increase the mullah rationing from 2 mullah per million to 3 mullah per million ratio---

With this sadi exceptional haggling that would make the total allowable mullah in Iran to 210 individual total!



Job: Where is the Mullah?

by Abol Danesh, Sociologist (not verified) on

...Let's at least have two mullah per one million iranian inhabitants.

70 millions iranian inhabitants maximum = 140 mullah maximum...no haggling no stretching 140 mullah per country period. Deal!

Bread! Bread! Bread!

Job! Job! Job!


Green Wedding dress!!

by Iva (not verified) on

Nice video clip and congrats to both.

I was wondering why bride was wearing green wedding dress during what appeared to be the Aghd cermony and then changed to white during Reception! is this new trend?


Youth and money, what a

by TheMrs on

Youth and money, what a charming combination.


Iranian weddings are like this:

by Anonypishi (not verified) on

guests are always late and if you are lucky they feed you at 11 PM. And the owner of the reception hall wants the place empty by 1:00 AM and the bride and groom are just cutting the cake. That's how the Iranian weddings are done.
And one more thing, our concert tickets always says 8:30 and people show up at 10:30 and the singer starts at 11:00.
Then we are wondering why our beloved country is getting nowhere.


Absolutely loved it! Great

by skatermom (not verified) on

Absolutely loved it! Great editing. And I thought my wedding video was creative. Now I'm going to make my husband put his kilt back on and redo the whole thing.


I Love it

by Hoosh99 on

I Love it


very charming

by Anonymous-haha (not verified) on

indeed,very charming



by Mr Psyko (not verified) on

I like to see who there video will be like during there divorce?

God I hate Iranians weddings!



by Kurdish Warrior (not verified) on

I like the way they made it to look like, as it was shot with super 8...



by eyeranian on



ebi amirhosseini

Mobaarak Baad !!

by ebi amirhosseini on

Hope one day soon,every Iranian living in Iran be able to choose their own version of " a little different " wedding w/o the worry of being raided by police & not to be forced to have "seceret locations " for the ceremony,i.e.rented parking lots,gardens,etc.