The most stun­ning lo­cal and des­ti­na­tion nup­tials

Saudi grandeur meets Emi­rati-Glam…

Emirates Bride - - CONTENTS -

TThe Saudi Ara­bia-based cou­ple jet­ted off to the beach­front Four Sea­sons Re­sort Dubai for their tra­di­tional wed­ding cel­e­bra­tions com­plete with ex­tra­or­di­nary flo­ral dec­o­ra­tions, crys­tal chan­de­liers and Arab glam­our, as far as the eye can see. On pick­ing the lo­ca­tion for her des­ti­na­tion wed­ding, Noha shares that: “I wanted to have an out­door el­e­ment to my wed­ding and they have a stun­ning gar­den at­tached to their ball­room. We had friends that came from all around the world, so we wanted to make sure that we picked a des­ti­na­tion that was con­ve­nient for ev­ery­one to travel too.” The bride had a clear vi­sion for her wed­ding day. “I am a ro­man­tic at heart and I wanted to have a ro­man­tic wed­ding with pretty pas­tel colours. I love lush flo­rals and wanted my wed­ding to look like a dreamy gar­den. The flo­rals were white in­fused with green­ery, and pink ac­cents were used through­out the venue for ta­ble linens and photo back­drops. The fo­cal point in the wed­ding dé­cor was the hang­ing flo­ral wreaths and crys­tal chan­de­liers sus­pended over the dance floor,” she added. The flo­ral em­bel­lish­ments were also adorned on the five-tiered vanilla fon­dant cake. In a ma­jes­tic Rami Al Ali wed­ding gown, the bride danced the night away in her Saint Lau­rent heels to Ara­bic and Khaleeji mu­sic, as singer Khalid Fouad fol­lowed the act of a Span­ish dance group.

Pho­tog­ra­pher: Varna Studios

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