Layla Jaafari and George Salloum celebrated their wedding in a beautiful old heritage hotel built in 1892 that oozes with the charm of earlier centuries and the grandeur of the past in Mount Lebanon.
Grand Sofar Hotel is a historic building that, once upon a time, was one of the most famous hotels in the Middle East for decades. The Hotel encapsulates the glamour of the 1920s and the swinging 1960s, luring Kings and Royal visitors, artists, and socialites from across the world.
The wedding theme, designed and executed by Joelle Hassoun Weddings stylishly reflected the natural and historic beauty and character of the venue creating a charming blend of whimsical and rustic weddings that left wedding guests in awe. Wildflower arrangements blending dry leaves with fresh greenery, wildflowers, and pampas grass strengthened the rustic whimsical theme of the wedding. The copper color used in abundance, vintage keys used with the seating cards, fairy lights, candles, neon signs... added charm and warmth to this beautiful Lebanese wedding.
Take a look at the wedding pictures below.
Florist: Roni Bassil
Photography: Firas Chehabeddine Photography
Furniture rental: Skamlati
Bar catering: The Tipplers
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