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Emirates Bride - - THE EDITOR'S LETTER -

am Greek by her­itage, grew up in Australia and mar­ried a French man in the UAE. Hav­ing such a di­verse up­bring­ing meant that get­ting mar­ried was a lit­tle more, ahem lets say, com­pli­cated than usual. My hus­band and I are dif­fer­ent re­li­gions, share con­trast­ing cus­toms and speak di­verse lan­guages but when plan­ning our wed­ding, we knew that keep­ing our fam­ily tra­di­tions and cus­toms alive should be on top of our to-do list.

This very spe­cial is­sue of Emi­rates Bride is ded­i­cated to the Mid­dle Eastern, In­dian and Pak­istani bride, all of which have their own beau­ti­ful, age-old tra­di­tions.

Re­gard­less of where you come from, wed­dings mean the same to all. A time for cel­e­bra­tion, the join­ing of two fam­i­lies and the start of a new life is what wed­lock is all about. If you are at the be­gin­ning (or end) of your wed­ding jour­ney, we have the saris, slim­ming treat­ments, henna and hon­ey­moon ideas for you to start your new chap­ter look­ing and feel­ing fab­u­lous.

Happy plan­ning,

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