Dressing some of the coolest brides in the US (and around the globe) Goli June designer Goli Parvinian was always going to be a cool bride. Marrying styles, cultures, places and traditions, her wedding adds context to her globally inspired bridal collection we adore so greatly.
Engaged at the very beginning of the pandemic, Goli and Jack had an unconventional journey to the ‘Sofreh Aghd’. First, legally (and secretly) marrying over Zoom so Jack (from New Zealand) could obtain his green card. Then, the couple then planned a Chicago wedding merging their Persian and Kiwi cultures and families together beautifully.
We always wait anxiously to see what our bridal friends will design for themselves. For the ceremony, she donned a perfectly fitted high-neck gown. The intricately cut lace in a fan pattern is unlike anything we’ve seen before. Luckily for you, Goli’s relaxed and feminine cotton ruffle reception dress is available in her latest collection.
The joy of adding a minimony to your Covid-era wedding? Extra bridal looks. And, of course, being a bridal designer this means showing off yet another iconic Goli June look. We adore her two-piece bridal separates paired with a weather-appropriate sweater. The look is modern, cozy and fancy enough for your wedding day or casual enough for an extra event.
Oh, and be sure to get your hanky out. Not only does this story have a globe traversing long-distance love story, but the groom Jack’s embrace of Goli’s Persian culture during the ceremony and speeches will absolutely induce happy tears.