Alysha Kassam made it official in 3 KYNAH outfits and rocked every single look! Surrounded by friends and family, the Mukhida and Kassam’s intimate vow ceremony was unforgettable to say the least. The KYNAH team was so happy to be there for Alysha every step of the way, congrats to this beautiful couple! We wish them a lifetime of love and happiness!
How was your experience with KYNAH?
Working with KYNAH is always a breeze & planning my biggest day was no different. Aisha and her bridal stylists were there for me every step of the way. Everything fit perfectly - I honestly couldn’t have asked for it to go any better.
What was it about the Tarini Lehenga, the Custom White Seema Gujral Lehenga and Red Little Black Bow outfit that made you say “Yes!”?
I had a really good idea already of which colors I wanted to wear, so that made everything a little easier. The peplum top is what made me say yes to the white Seema Gujral lehenga - it was just so flattering and I thought the beading was delicate and feminine, without being over-the-top.
The Tarini Lengha was the easiest to choose - Aisha had it in-store and she had already selected it for me when I came in-store for my consult. It was the first outfit I tried on and I said yes right away! During the wedding, it was so easy to wear, comfortable, and stunning!
Finally, The Little Black Bow outfit was truly a surprise - this was the only wedding outfit I bought online, without trying it on. When it arrived I was stunned at how awesome it fit and how effortlessly cool it looked, without a ton of embroidery on it. I was worried it’d look too simple - but it could not have come out better. This ended up being my husband’s favorite look of the weekend! Aisha even picked out those cute earrings for me - earrings I would never normally rock - but I’m so glad I did.
Where are you going/did you go for your honeymoon?
If you had to do it all over again, what would you do differently?
Make a picture list!!
If you had to choose one moment from your wedding day, what would it be?
Definitely the vows ceremony. We had an intimate vows ceremony in my parent’s backyard the morning of the nikkah/reception day. That whole morning was of course pure chaos, but the minute I stepped outside with my dad for the ceremony - the whole vibe changed. The ceremony was definitely a tear-jerker, and then afterward we just hung out in the living room sipping on champagne and eating pastries. Very low-key, but also very epic.