The Izabduls

November 8-10, 2019 

New York, NY

We are super excited to finally share our wedding photos with you all. We feel so lucky to have been able to celebrate with everyone and hope you enjoy taking a trip down memory lane with us -- Albert i Sylvia Izard Alberich Abdullah (aka the Izabduls!)

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We kicked off the weekend with the very first Meeting of the Families-- Sylvia's family from across the East River and Albert's family from across the Atlantic Ocean. Sylvia's incredible friend Colette created a hilarious and tender slideshow of our childhoods to share, Sylvia got her bridal mehendi done, and some people did and some people didn't enjoy the gluten free, vegetarian sushi!

Crepes, coffee, cava, cacti, colors! We love these beautiful photos from our Saturday morning Holud brunch. 

There were so many details that made this ceremony special-- Sylvia walked down the aisle in the same red wedding sari her mother wore decades ago, to a beautiful violin solo by Albert's brother, Oriol, and holding a bouquet of roses handmade by Sylvia's aunt, Mimi. Albert's mother and sister-in-law, Berta, did a beautiful poetry recitation accompanied by violin, and our officiant incorporated bits of all the many cultures and languages represented on the rooftop that night


Did you know Sylvia ordered her white lehenga sight unseen from a website based in India that she had never heard of? No risk, no gain! We had some lovely speeches from the parents of the bride, Albert's friends, Arnau and Andrea, and from the groom himself. Sylvia's sister, Sherlyn, made an amazing gluten-free pistachio cake and Palak choreographed, taught, and led a group dance in record time. Debauchery and drama ensued!  

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