They were anything but traditional. They greeted their guests on entrance, together. They walked down the aisle hand in hand. They got ready at the same villa, laughed, danced the night away and jumped into the pool hand in hand at midnight.
They also asked for the most traditional sofreh aghd of all. They even asked that it’d be put on a rug, and not a platform, as it was done traditionally.
They soar together, but celebrate their roots together, too. Their wedding day was no different. Here’s to all weddings being true to the individual core and rhythm of the relationship it is celebrating.