Stars from the generation-defining 'Harry Potter' franchise of films reunited over the weekend to celebrate one of their own tying the knot. Afshan Azad, 29, who played Padma Patil, one half of the Patil twins, was married to Nabil Kazi on August 19.
In attendance at the ceremony were friends and former co-stars Katie Leung, who played Cho Chang in the films, and Bonnie Wright, who played Ginny Weasley. They both wore black sleeveless dresses while Azad wore a white, long-sleeved gown for the ceremony. The wedding itself took place in Symphony Hall Birmingham, the first nuptials in the venue's history.
"Yesterday was the most epic night," Azad wrote in an instagram post. "My handsome husband and beautiful in-laws went above and beyond and blew me away with the most magical Walima party."
Wright sent her friend love in her own Instagram post of the wedding, saying, "Over the moon to have been there with you today Afshan. We love you so much! Congratulations to you and Nabil, wishing you so much joy in your married life together ❤️"
Leung's message of congratulations was much shorter, but no less supportive. She posted a picture of the three former 'Harry Potter' actresses with the caption "Celebrating our beautiful bride's special day."
The wedding ceremony on Sunday was actually the second part of a traditional Islamic marriage. Azad, who is of Bangladeshi descent, initially married Kazi in a service last week which saw them both don ceremonial garb.