(The bride & groom; Sabrina and Mohammed)
Sabrina and Mohammed are both muslim, and in Morocco, alcohol is generally not served at weddings- so this isn't your typical wedding you might find in Ireland- but truth be told, I have always had more fun at a Moroccan wedding then an Irish one, primarily because of the lack of alcohol I think... (gaspppp!). Reception usually commences late in the evening, and the several course meal starts around 11.30pm- there is always a live band, several entertainers and the bride and groom arrive raised in the air on ornate chairs. The experience is un-real...I have posted a few photos below that feature my family (how stunning are my younger sisters?!)
(My three sisters and I and our male cousins; Omar, Amine and Mouad)
(Bride (Dress number 3!) & Groom)
(Sabrina arriving on a raised chair!)
(Dress number 4!)
(Me and my sisters with my Dad!)
Short but sweet, but such a fantastic night- I wish Sabrina and Mohammed a lifetime of happiness together!
On another note, I wore a Kaftan inspired dress (that had cute pastel horses over it!) by Lost Ink.
They are a brand that feature on ASOS and actually found them through one of my favourite blogger/social media influencers- Lydia Elise Millen. She wore the dress for a wedding, featured it on her snapchat and I couldn't believe me eyes when I seen the price tag- utter bargain for a dress I know I can wear again at home! You can find the exact dress here (click the link)!
Happy Shopping and hope everyone ha x