Jordan Royal Wedding: Crown Prince Hussein and Princess Rajwa’s Majestic Wedding Celebration

Congratulations are in order as Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein, 28, son of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, marries Rajwa al-Seif, 29, a prominent architect from Saudi Arabia. The elaborate Jordan royal wedding, steeped in tradition, strengthens the bond between the two kingdoms. 

All the Details of the Jordan Royal Wedding of Crown Prince Hussein and Rajwa al-Seif

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Many dignitaries and famous people attended the royal wedding, including Britain’s own royals, Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales, as well as First Lady Jill Biden. Jordan’s capital, Amman, has been decked out with flags and images of the couple, and the country celebrated with public screenings, songs, and fireworks.

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Jordanians are enjoying a two-day holiday as they witness and celebrate this historic occasion via a livestream. Amman’s cityscape changes into a fanciful scene, capturing the nation’s passion and pride. The wedding was a glorious tribute to the persistent pull of tradition, love, and the ageless splendor of a royal affair, enthralling both the country and the world.

The Bride’s Wedding Dress

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Apart from the rich tradition seen in the wedding, onlookers are also excited to see the wedding dress. Princess Rajwa of Jordan did not disappoint as she donned a stunning ensemble to mark this special day. She chose a white long-sleeved gown with an asymmetric neckline and an elegantly draped bodice, created by Elie Saab. The gown’s exquisite details, included a waist train that further elevated this minimalist bridal look.

Veering away from convention, Princess Rajwa walked down the aisle to the picturesque gardens of Zahran Palace, in a comfortable pair of white pointed flats.

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The bride changed into a second outfit for the banquet following her regal union with Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan. Princess Rajwa was seen clad in a gorgeous white ball gown, featuring delicate cap sleeves, a sweetheart neckline, and intricate 3D swirl appliqués that adorned her tulle skirt.

The Bridal Beauty Look

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For her beauty look, Princess Rajwa practiced the art of restraint and kept her makeup minimal. She chose a neutral palette that concentrated on bringing out her natural glow. For the wedding proper, she kept her middle-part tresses in a cascade of loose curls which cradled her diamond tiara perfectly. She then finished her bridal look with a pair of chandelier earrings.

To complement her second attire, Princess Rajwa pulled her hair up into a chignon, which pulled focus on her sweetheart neckline and opera gloves.

The Groom’s Suit

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Prince Hussein displayed timeless elegance while dressed in a beautiful black military outfit. The sartorial decision held special significance because it was inspired by the suit his father, King Abdullah, wore on his wedding day to Queen Rania in 1993.

The Wedding Ceremony Venue

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The historic Zahran Palace in Amman served as the setting for the couple’s wedding, mirroring the venue where the Prince’s parents had also exchanged vows. Customary to weddings in many Middle Eastern countries, the couple was joined in matrimony by a revered sheikh, and they formally sealed their union by signing the marriage documents in front of witnesses. 

The Wedding Reception Venue

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Following the ceremony, the newlyweds embarked on a regal procession, accompanied by a splendid motorcade, leading them to the elegant Husseiniya Palace. A lavish dinner reception awaited the newlyweds, allowing them to enjoy the company of their distinguished guests and take part in the celebrations that marked the start of their shared adventure.

Shortly after, a royal decree from the Royal Hashemite Court declared Rajwa an official princess, solidifying her status within the royal family.


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