Last Updated: 27th August, 2022
An Indian-Pakistani Same-Sex Couple (lesbian), Bianca and Saima have tied the knot in California and photographs from their fairy tale wedding have taken social media by storm.
Bianca Maieli, a Colombian-Indian Christian met Pakistani Muslim Saima at an event in the US and fell in love, say reports. Now the Same-Sex couple have tied the knot in a grand ceremony that has brought together their respective cultures and traditional ceremonies.
Bianca sported a ravishing ivory sari with heavy gold embroidery. She finished off the look with a gorgeous pearl necklace, maang tikka and bangles. She shared a photograph of herself with Saima on Instagram and captioned it: “Life is sweeter with you…”
Life is sweeter with you. 4.20.19 ? Photos by @sennaahmad Outfits by @bhkazimov
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Samoa chose a black Sherwani with gold and colorful embroidery. She teamed it up with a matching stole and a pearl neck piece. To add to her looks, she sported gold aviator glasses.
Looking through these photos of our mehndi brings me so much joy. Thank you to @sennaahmad for capturing these brilliant moments. One thing I noticed throughout this night was how much everyone was smiling and laughing. The joy & love was truly contagious and felt by all ❤️ #loveislove Outfits: @bhkazimov Venue: @greenbardistillery
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Other wedding pictures also showed their Indian-Pakistani friends and family present at the wedding ceremonies. Lots of people commented on their picture appreciating this union. “A queen found another beautiful couple wishing countless blessings the couple,” wrote a well wisher.
The word “same-gender-loving,” or SGL, was created by activist Cleo Manago for usage by African Americans and others of the African Diaspora to refer to LGBTs. As a culturally affirming African American homosexual identity, it first appeared in the early 1990s.