June 2, 2023

Preparations are nicely underway for Prince Hussein’s marriage ceremony with Rajwa Al-Saif, with the latter celebrating her henna occasion on the Royal Hashemite Courtroom’s Madareb Bani Hashem on Monday.

The bride-to-be seemed radiant for the event, with footage shared by her soon-to-be mother-in-law Queen Rania exhibiting her sporting a white floor-length robe by Saudi designer Honayda with a mermaid skirt and lengthy sleeves. It was adorned with gold embroidery across the waist, bodice and cuffs, and teamed with a flowing white 10-metre veil with matching gold thread. 

© Royal Hashemite Courtroom
Prince Hussein’s bride’s robe was designed by Honayda

In a candy nod to Prince Hussein and her in-laws, the costume – which is impressed by the normal Najdi costume from Saudi Arabia – is alleged to mix parts from each Jordan and Saudi Arabia. 

Queen Rania and Rajwa-Al-Saif© Royal Hashemite Courtroom
Rajwa’s costume took 340 hours to make, whereas her veil took 760 hours

One have a look at the intricate design and it is clear that the design and creation of her pre-wedding costume will need to have been a prolonged course of. In reality, the designer instructed Vogue Arabia it took 340 hours to create the robe and one other 760 hours for the veil, which options seven Jordanian stars symbolizing the seven verses within the opening chapter of the Holy Qur’an and the seven mountains of Amman. 

Princess Iman and Princess Salma pictured alongside Rajwa and Queen Rania© Royal Hashemite Courtroom
Rajwa celebrated her henna occasion on Monday

“No celebration can be full with out our Jordanian household. Celebrating our lovely Rajwa,” Rania captioned a sequence of images. In a single picture, Rajwa and Rania might be seen warmly embracing, whereas in one other they are often seen strolling hand in hand. 

“Stunning bride and a terrific week of celebrations forward!! All of Jordan will likely be celebrating with you this week,” wrote one follower, and a second remarked: “What beauties.” A 3rd added: “Resplendent. Stunning apparel.”

Rajwa-Al-Saif's Henna Party 2023© Royal Hashemite Courtroom
The bride-to-be was pictured hugging Queen Rania

A 3rd image exhibits Rajwa dabbing tears from her eyes with a serviette because the royal, wearing a stunning blue robe, made a speech. Sharing a couple of phrases about her future daughter-in-law, the Queen described Miss Rajwa as “the sweetest and most lovely bride-to-be”, including that she is as treasured to her as her daughters Princesses Iman and Salma.

Rania made a speech during the ceremony of Rajwa-Al-Saif's Henna Party 2023© Royal Hashemite Courtroom
Rania made a transferring speech through the ceremony

“I’ll always remember how blissful His Majesty and I have been when Al Hussein instructed us he wished to marry Rajwa. She is the proper reply to all my prayers for him,” Rania stated, earlier than wishing the couple a blessed and blissful future. “Could you at all times be one another’s supply of happiness and help,” she added. 

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Whereas followers eagerly wait to see Rajwa’s marriage ceremony costume, we do have an concept of the costume code for visitors because of the Queen of Malaysia, Queen Azizah. She denied ongoing rumours it’s a white tie occasion, revealing visitors have been requested to put on black tie and lengthy clothes however no tiaras.

The Crown Prince of Jordan and Rajwa Al Saif will marry next month© Instagram
The Crown Prince of Jordan and Rajwa Al Saif will get married in June


Different visitors who’ve confirmed their attendance are Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, and Princess Hisakoa and Princess Tsuguko of Japan.

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