Lebanese people are known for their love to celebrate and their exposure to the latest trends. However, some trends can become overused. Here are the top 5 things that we see in Lebanese weddings.
1- The wedding dress photo
This is very pretty photography shot, however, we’ve been seeing this recently im almost all the weddings. Try to be more creative in your photos, explore new ideas with your photographer and most of all… keep it natural.
2- The famous first dance move
Where the groom holds his bride and turns, and turns, and turns… enough, I’m dizzy!
3- The “mabrouk” (congratulations) song by Rami Ayach for cake cutting.
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4- The “zaffe” (entertainment) schizophrenia
Sometimes the couple can’t decide which theme of “zaffe” they like the most so they decide to have them all: the traditional Lebanese show along with the Brazilian carnival, not to forget the venetian valse show!
5- Holding the bride and groom on shoulders
We know you are really happy for your friend/relative but holding them on your shoulders will only harm your back, and exhaust the bride or groom who will be shaking left and right from 1 person’s shoulders to another. In 3 words: Please Stop It! They know you’re happy for them!
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Happy wedding season!