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120 Guests Who Attended This Grand Wedding in Burj Al Arab Received Brand New iPad As Souvenir

Every woman dreams of getting married to someone who will love her so much and will spend the rest of his life with her through thick and thin.

While it’s not a big deal for some women to have a simple and intimate wedding with their loved ones and close friends, many still dream, feverishly, about their wedding to be perfect like weddings that mostly happened in “fairytales”.



Just like this Brazilian bride and her Pakistani groom who recently made headlines after they amazed many people in their fairy-tale like wedding held at Burj Al Arab in Dubai, which is known as the only “seven-star hotel” in the world.

With the help of Dubai’s established and well-known wedding and event’s organizer Eventchic Designs, Brazilian model Janaina Cardoso and Imran Hussain tied the knot in a White Dream-Themed wedding. The already iconic venue was turned into a garden paradise for the couple’s wedding.

On Instagram, the event’s organizer has also given the netizens a sneak peek of the details of the wedding.



Janaina’s custom couture bridal gown was engraved with their wedding date. Her wedding dress was made by well-known Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab. The groom, on the other hand, wore a custom suit from Tom Ford.

According to the organizer, they wanted to show the couple’s personalities that’s why they created a wedding venue layered in fresh snow-white flowers imported from Holland that reflects Janaina and Imran’s elegant style and glamorous lifestyle. The reception area, including the floor, walls, and ceiling was covered with beautiful flowers that create a botanical tunnel.

What makes their wedding even more expensive and unique is that each of their 120 guests received a brand new iPad with engraved details about the wedding and pre-saved images of the celebrations as a wedding souvenir.

However, in order for them to make their ultimate dream wedding into a reality, the couple spent an estimated amount of 97 million pesos.

source: definitelyfilipino

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