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Weddings are a life-long dream for many people around the country. The long-anticipated night includes an endless number of details and necessities that future brides and grooms spend months looking for. After a very successful season last year, Cairo Wedding Festival (CWF) came back for a second season last weekend at Uptown Cairo. From gowns …
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After four consecutive years of bridal extravagance, brides-to-be were once again on a date to meet the world’s latest trends in jewellery, fashion, furniture, and even entertainment—all designed for that one special day. Our Wedding Carnival (OWC) is one of the most prominent annual events in the bridal field. For their fifth season, OWC brought …
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Marriage is a holy bond, and it cannot be measured by the money spent on it, says founder
Despite the historical and cultural value of the citadel, the Ministry of Antiques has opened it be used for wedding ceremonies as a means of making a profit and refreshing domestic tourism.
‘Our Wedding Carnival’ is an annual-local event that is about to return for its third round this April.
With discounts on shows and jewellery, the festival covered all wedding needs
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