Their wedding featured tons of gorgeous details, like an altar backdrop filled with luscious white, cream, and blush flowers.
Lilly also included traditions from her Persian culture into her ceremony and reception, which included showering the bride and groom with flower petals.
Other artworks from this period include dazzling gold and silver swords, drinking horns, and intricate jewellery. Persian art under the Parthians, after the death of Alexander the Great, was a different story.
Parthian culture was an unexciting mixture of Greek and Iranian motifs, involving visible on monuments and in buildings decorated with sculpted heads and fresco wall painting.
Persian art was exemplified in a series of monumental palace complexes (particularly at Persepolis and Susa), decorated with sculpture, especially stone reliefs, and the famous "Frieze of Archers" (now in the Louvre Museum in Paris) created out of enameled brick.
The city gate at Persepolis was flanked by a pair of huge bulls with human heads, while in 515 BCE, Darius I ordered a colossal relief and inscription to be carved out of rock at Behistun.
In 1935, the country officially changed its name to Iran.
From its earliest beginnings, ancient art in Persia was a major influence on the visual arts and culture of the region.
The ancient Greeks extended the use of the name to apply to the whole country.
Persian carpets and silks were exported as far as Byzantium (present-day Istanbul) to the west and Turkestan to the east.
However, the most striking relics of Sassanian art are rock sculptures carved out of steep limstone cliffs (eg.
But even though Lilly was previously engaged to her ex-fiancé Dhar Mann and she called off their wedding back in 2014, she was able to find love again and she opened up about how she knew Dara was the one.
The art of ancient Persia includes architecture, painting, sculpture and goldsmithing from the early kingdom of Iran in southwest Asia.
The lucky bride got to wear not one but four custom-designed wedding gowns by Los Angeles-based couture bridal designers Ryan & Walter as she said “I do” to her new hubby — one of which was a strapless hand-beaded ballroom gown with a sweetheart neckline fit for a Persian Barbie.