Neveen and Rami tied the knot on November 8th 2015 in front of two hundred of their closest friends and family. Their reception featured a black and white theme, with touches of soft floral arrangements and elegant candelabras that complemented the venue perfectly. Neveen and Rami were easy going and nothing short of a dream to work with. Now, almost a year later we had the chance to catch up with the lovely couple and ask the bride some questions regarding the planning process of their special day.
How did Rami propose?
I was sick as a dog and he took me to our favourite Italian restaurant. I really didn’t want to do anything that night but he said he really wanted to go out for food. He let me decide on the place, making it seem like it was all my idea. But in reality, I’m very predictable and chose the place he wanted to propose at. He had the ring on the tiramisu (the dessert I ordered before I ordered it). He really does know me.
What was your favourite and most difficult part of the planning process?
The most difficult part was deciding on which hall we were going to have it at. My favourite part was how involved my husband was with the planning along with his lovely aunt, Enaya Rabba, who also acted as our wedding planner. I didn’t have to do much and they both made it easy for me which was wonderful.
What was your favourite part of the night?
My favourite part of the night had to be walking into the hall just the two of us. Taking in everything we had planned and envisioned for months prior, while being surrounded by all of our friends and family was definitely an unforgettable moment. Another highlight of the night was when Hazelton Manor’s very own, Ken Christofi, drove us to our hotel since we had not arranged transportation for the end of the evening. So, I guess you can say we really felt the love that night from everyone.
What advice do you have for future brides?
Don’t stress about the little things. The most important part is that you and your partner end up promising to spend the rest of your lives together in front of friends and family. The rest is a party, so enjoy!
What would you do differently?
I wouldn’t change anything… except wasting time looking at other halls!