Wedding in Al Khubaisi Hall, Al Ain – Shamsa & Khalid

The shy girl stole my heart in our first meeting. She had the glow of a soon-to-be bride even wayyyyy before her wedding. Her eyes sparkled and nose crunched every time she laughed. No wonder she stole the heart of her in-laws and soon-to-be-husband with her modesty, care, and love.   

I am happy to be part of the gorgeous AlDhaheri family’s celebrations and feel honored that they chose me to document the wedding day of their beautiful youngest daughter Shamsa and their son-in-law Khalid, who made everyone around him laugh.  The wedding took place in Al Khubaisi Hall, Al Ain.

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Wedding gown by Hazar Fashions - Dubai
Wedding gown by Hazar Fashions – Dubai
Beautiful veil with real Swarovski by Hazar Fashion
Beautiful veil with real Swarovski by Hazar Fashion
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This gorgeous crown added authenticity to their royal wedding

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Congratulations to the entire AlDhaheri family. I wish Shamsa & Khalid a life full of love, blessings, happiness, health, fun, success, and beautiful moments that they share and cherish together for the rest of their lives. May Shamsa always keep laughing at Khalid’s jokes, ameen.

Have a blessed Wednesday!

Author: Rima Hassan

Welcome to My blog and Thanks for stopping by. I hope your stay at my blog is fun, educational in some way, and hopefully relative to your own experiences and life. I hope to see you again! :) Love, ~ Rima

3 thoughts

    1. Thank You!

      I wish I can share all the beautiful photos of this gorgeous bride but since almost all of my clients are Arabs and their ladies’ photos can not be shared on the net. I respect their culture and their privacy is very important to me.

      The good news is that I’ll be sharing a Pakistani wedding soon. You’ll get to see the beautiful clothes and the bride & groom as well 😉

      Keep visiting the blog ❤

    2. I completely understand. I had guessed that it was for privacy, not so much for the cultural aspect as well. I will look forward to more of your photos.
      Have a great day,
      Easter 🙂

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