Rana & Albert

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Rana & Albert


The celebration became a tribute to Lebanese hospitality, reminding us all of our own childhoods.

Alf Mabrouk Ya Teta

In a wedding inspired by Lebanese heritage and village customs, a family garden was transformed to tell a story of hospitality, community, and love. The guests followed the couple from the village church to their home, with traditional “zaffeh” following them along the way. An array of food stations dotted the walk back to the garden.

Family and friends celebrated amid lots of colorful items from the home, from the flowers themselves to the hookahs which were used as vases. Guests were given handmade items from the village, such as oil, zaatar, and soap, leaving them with lasting feelings of Lebanese hospitality.

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