Bride Farah Abu Alhial Shares Her Wedding Planning Confessions

Farah Abu Alhial met Fady Jamal Ersan at a Wael Kfoury concert in Amman, Jordan and fell in love at first sight. The couple got engaged on July 4, 2012 in a very intimate gathering at Farah’s home.

Farah and Fady got married on 21 June, 2013 at a private farm Amman. Read Full confessions here!

  • Did you hire a wedding planner or planned the wedding yourself?

I hired a wedding planner, which I recommend. Her name is Aya Katcher. She is a Turkish-Jordanian wedding planner based in Amman.

  • What is the biggest advice you can give any bride-to-be?

Relax… plan ahead and look for deals… especially on Arabia Weddings. I didn’t get the time to order any deals, but I recommended it to all my friends and cousins who are getting married.

More pictures of Farah and Fady’s wedding here!

  • What was the theme and color scheme you picked for your wedding?

I chose purple to be the dominant color of the wedding, the basic color was white, and the purple color was added through the lights and flowers.

  • Do you recommend specific suppliers you worked with?

The wedding planner Aya Katcher, DJ Raja, and Gorgeous Salon.

“Relax… plan ahead and look for deals… especially on Arabia Weddings”

  • What was the most difficult and stressful part of wedding planning?

Planning the wedding in general is a difficult process. There were a few misunderstandings at the beginning with some wedding suppliers of what I wanted but everything went well after that.

It took me a lot of time to find the right wedding dress, almost 6 months.

We were late when it came to booking the DJ, so it was difficult to find a DJ who can make it to our wedding in such a short period of time.

Continue reading Farah’s confessions here>>>>


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