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Confessions of a Real Bride: Hala Diwaneh

Confessions of a Real Bride: Hala Diwaneh

Hala Diwaneh and Rami Shnoudi got married in May 2012 in Amman.

  • When was the wedding held and where?

We had a church wedding on 25 May 2012 at the Orthodox Church in Sweifieh, Amman followed by an evening reception at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Amman.

  • Did you hire a wedding planner or planned your wedding yourself? How was your experience?

We did not hire a wedding planner actually, we like doing things on our own. We knew the florist, the photographer and the DJ. At the Grand Hyatt, Rand Aranki helped us in the wedding program and the design of the cake.

You might also be surprised to know that I did the design of my 3-meter long veil.

To view more pictures of Hala's wedding click here!


  • What is the biggest advice you can give any bride-to-be when planning for her wedding?

Start arranging for things ahead of time, because you definitely need time to prepare for a classy wedding. Always keep a to-do list.

  • Did you pick a certain theme or color scheme? What was it? Did you use it all through the wedding?

Mainly pink was dominant. I love pink.

"You might also be surprised to know that I did the design of my 3-meter long veil"

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

Nothing was actually difficult per say, I enjoyed every little detail of it.

  • Do you consider yourself as a relaxed bride or more of a bridezilla?

I am a relaxed person, and when you have all the things ready from the beginning, life will be easier.

To view more pictures of Hala and Rami's wedding click here!


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