Jasmine and Hassan was a stunning fusion of two cultures; Lebanese and Scottish.
The day begin with Hassan picking up his Bride from her parents house complete with a celebration of drums, food and dancing. They made their way to a location shoot at The William Inglis Hotel before heading to their ceremony/reception at Ottimo house. Jasmine’s father, accompanied by her Uncle and Grandfather, all dressed in traditional Scottish attire as they walked her down the aisle to the sound of bagpipes, to perform the Islamic marriage ceremony.
Once they officially became Husband and Wife they were welcomed into their reception party with traditional Lebanese drums to get the party started !
“The day then turned to night and we continued the dancing and celebrating until our feet gave in. It was a perfect sunny day, the location was the star of the show. We had the freedom to mingle in and outside, and we were surrounded by everyone we love. The day was absolute bliss and I am forever grateful for that,” Bride Jasmine told Wedded Wonderland.
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Photography & videography: MEKA Photography @mekaweddings
Dress: Cristina Tridente @couturelovemadness_
Home styling: Zena Hammoud @embellishedempire
Venue styling, florals & bouquets: Kate Tran @kate_and_co_events
Makeup artist: Ashlee Day @ashleedaymua
Hair- Up style: Jocelyne Chidiac @jocelynechidiachair
Hair- Down style: Jasmine Hammoud @jazsalonhair
Jeweller: Mendel & Rose Fine Jewellery @mendelrose.jewellery
Venue: Ottimo house @ottimohouse
Wedding cake: Honey Bee Baker @honeybeebaker
Drums: Cdarz Entertainment @cdarzentertainment
Bag piper: Ian Horne
Cars: Queen Street Car Hire @queenstcarhire