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Maritta Hallani Wears Elie Saab for Wedding Day


Thu 08 Jun 2023 | 11:05 AM
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On Wednesday, Lebanese singer and entertainer Maritta Hallani, daughter of Lebanese music icon Assi Hallani, tied the knot with Anghami Head of Production Kamil Abi Khalil in an intimate ceremony. 

The happy news was shared via Instagram, which showcased a picture-perfect shot of the couple at their civil wedding ceremony. The caption reads, “Happily Married! 💍.”

For the joyous occasion, the Lebanese entertainer donned two Elie Saab ensembles. The first was a beautiful white jumpsuit with sleeves cutouts and detailing. Paired with an elegant headpiece by Centimes Bourgeois, the bride looked elegant and regal.

The second look was straight out of a fairytale. Maritta wore a strapless, blush pink gown with detailed embroidery, making her look nothing less than a real-life princess. She donned a diamond choker necklace and delicate yet dainty earrings.

For her special day, the 26-year-old was all about that newlywed glow. The hairstyling team at Tony El Mendelek’s salon gave the bride a simple hairdo: a wavy side ponytail that allowed her ebony locks to cascade down her shoulder without taking away from the grace of her overall look. 

Prior to her wedding, Hallani also took to the platform to share photos from her henna celebration, which took place at her father’s farm in Hallanieh. 

She went for a white Kaftish kaftan with delicate gold embroidery, and topped her look off with a gold Grecian-style headband. Sculpted waves worked perfectly with her kaftan, and soft smoky eyes and glossy copper lips completed her look.

Maritta is a well-known Lebanese singer and entertainer. She began her artistic career at a young age and gained significant popularity with her captivating voice and versatile singing style, encompassing various genres such as traditional Lebanese music, pop, and Tarab.