A magical, fairy-tale wedding fit for royalty!
Lebanese couple, Nour and George, wanted to celebrate their wedding with an intimate ceremony and reception with their close family and friends. So the couple cancelled their originally planned wedding in their home town of Beirut, with a guest list of 1,600 and instead took luxury wedding to a whole new level … opting to hold their wedding in the city of love, Paris, France at the prestigious, historical monument of Le Salon de L’Opera, with 200 of their nearest and dearest.
The bride wore an extravagantly beautiful long sleeved custom-made ball gown by internationally renowned designer Krikor Jabotian. Embroidered with delicate lace, and the most discrete and refined of pearls and stones, the graceful gown was fit for a princess. The bride complemented her look by leaving her hair to flow out and accentuated her stunning gown with a custom-made Krikor Jabotian headpiece. The groom wore a perfectly tailored custom-made bow tie tuxedo by Ermenegildo Zegna.
The grand, richly decorated reception was adorned with chandeliers and the couple kept with the golden colour theme of the setting. The guests were entertained with classic entertainment from a violinist, live band and a DJ.
The groom described his three favourite moments of the day to be: Nour’s entrance to the Cathedral, which completely took his breath away and had him as well as the guests in tears, the couple’s grand entrance to the reception, to the song “March with Me”, describing the reception as being “on fire with emotions”, and the couple’s first dance as husband and wife to “Young and Beautiful” by Lana Del Ray, which perfectly summed up their love for one another.
When asked to describe their feelings on the day of their wedding, the couple said, “we felt truly blessed, the wedding was loaded with emotions for everyone. Tears of joy literally everywhere.”
This awe-inspiring wedding has taken our breath away!