Don’t ‘Desert’ Your Love!

Imagine tying the knot in an Arabian setting where you will be surrounded by splendid décor, belly dancers, hookahs, Middle-Eastern music, camels, bright-colored tents, and an enchanting attar infused in the air which will make you feel like love is ‘literally’ in the air.  Be your own version of Aladdin and Jasmine in one of these four Middle-Eastern countries.

 

Magical UAE

 

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Desert, ocean, mountain, lakes, breathtaking cityscapes and more! This country has a lot to offer when you want to take beautiful memories back home. From luxurious resorts and glamourous palaces to the iconic Burj Khalifa and the rocky mountains of Jabel Hafeet, UAE is a popular choice for couples to have a luxurious wedding.

 

Lebanese Fantasy

 

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Lebanon weddings are known for their extravagant and exquisite style. Beirut is the home for many top wedding industry professionals which are known for their iconic work worldwide. Elie Saab and Zuhair Murad are dream brands for couples to walk down the aisle in.

 

Moroccan Elopement

 

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The scent of rose petals everywhere will elevate your romance in this exotic country. You will be truly amazed by the country’s hospitality and its citrus and warm terracotta tones across the cities for beautiful backdrops. The Atlas Mountains are stupendous and offer picturesque locations for your special day.

 

Egyptian Adventure

 

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Getting hitched overlooking The Great Pyramid of Giza or The Great Sphinx can be a monumental moment to cherish for life. Cleopatra’s Alexandria and the sites of Aswan are historic to have your divine nuptials. There are several resorts beside the River Nile where you can choose to have an opulent Arabian wedding.

 

Tip: Spring and Autumn are ideal for weddings in these Middle-Eastern countries. It is important to take into consideration the month of Ramadan because people don’t eat during the day, and it may be more challenging to get events organized during the daytime.

 

Feature Image Credit: @cristiano.ostenelli