For as great and inspiring a love story is, it deserves to be celebrated with equal grandeur and radiance that’s full of life and a heartbeat. And Farzia and Rajiv’s wedding in a castle boasted of that exact exuberance and regality that was a class apart & heartwarming.
A flawless blend of intimate and majestic, their wedding was as stirring as empowering their love is. Restoring our faith in love and all the good things in life, this couple’s wedding is something that’s surely gonna make your day today.
About The Couple
Farzia and Rajiv’s story is a unique tale brimming with equal mush and romance. They met online in January 2006 on IMDB. While she hailed from New York, Rajiv is a third generation Malaysian-Indian. What started off as a disagreement on the forum led to private messages as pen pals for almost seven years until Farzia decided to go visit him in Malaysia. The bride recalls, “Everything was so surreal when Rajiv drove down to see me at the weekend. I was counting the days, the hours, the moments and the second till I heard the doorbell ring, footsteps approaching my door and him knock.”
Farzia and Rajiv balance each other out perfectly just like Yin & Yang. While they both are reserved, she is more spontaneous and he is much more disciplined. While she tries to do everything at once taking things on an adventure, he brings her back down to Earth but, ends up enjoying the ride.
Farzia connotes, “Since everything was far from traditions for us, we knew deep down inside it was never about just meeting but, it was the full deal. Him and I didn’t keep in touch from 2013 to 2015, and in 2015 he had a dream where I was walking away and he was chasing me and at one point he couldn’t reach me because I had faded. Funny thing was that something like that was actually happening in reality so when I got the message from him, my heart skipped a beat. A few months later, he did something he thought he’d never had the guts to do. He hopped on a plane, came to NYC, and swept me off my feet. And ever since then, we never looked back.”