Rajwa Al-Saif, the bride-to-be of Crown Prince Hussein, made a mesmerizing and culturally elegant entrance at her Henna party. The affair was hosted by Queen Rania in celebration of her son’s forthcoming wedding. Queen Rania herself, wore a custom-made, floor-length baby blue gown meticulously crafted by Lebanese designer Saiid Kobeisy.
Taking center stage at the event, Rajwa Al-Saif made a deliberate choice by selecting a traditional white kaftan as the focal point of her ensemble, perfectly capturing the essence of Saudi and Arab fashion’s timeless elegance. To enhance her look, she opted for a natural makeup style that accentuated her full brows, while her hair was tied to a low bun beneath the veil.
The stunning kaftan, skillfully created by the masterful hands of Honayda Serafi, harmoniously melded tradition and contemporary aesthetics. It featured exquisite gold embroidery that was inspired by intricate Arabian motifs. The tapestry was also woven with opulent patterns, flawlessly encapsulating the essence of their heritage while embracing the sensibilities of modern design.
Rajwa Al-Saif’s henna night celebration attire had a matching veil that added regal splendor to her ensemble. Adorned with the same intricate embroidery as the dress, the veil gracefully framed her face and cascaded down her shoulders, further enhancing her enchanting appearance.
Congratulations Rajwa and Queen Rania for a successful henna night celebration!
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