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.
I hired a wedding planner, which I recommend. Her name is Aya Katcher. She is a Turkish-Jordanian wedding planner based in Amman.
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.
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.
The wedding planner Aya Katcher, DJ Raja, and Gorgeous Salon.
"Relax... plan ahead and look for deals... especially on Arabia Weddings"
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.
Sure… some from the wedding planner and some from our parents, which were all pleasant surprises. I was surprised to see that my groom got me the wedding car that I wanted, a classic white car, since he told me he had booked a ‘Chery’ car for us.
I was impressed with the setting and decorations as I didn’t get to see the last setting before the wedding which was very nice.
I was also surprised by the beautiful fireworks which made the entire night more beautiful.
The buffet was more than great and delicious; I loved how we got to have an ice cream stand.
It was great, we had lots of fun... some fights... some action... which happen at every wedding.
Yes! I learned a lot from the tips & trends section on Arabia Weddings and the expert’s corner section.